Spider-Man Marvel Legends Retro Collection Marvel's Sandman Figure Video Review And Images

Spider-Man Marvel Legends Retro Collection Marvel's Sandman Figure Video Review And Images


Jay Cochran - October 09, 2021
erivera94 takes a look at the new Spider-Man Marvel Legends Retro Collection Marvel's Sandman figure from Hasbro. You can purchase this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.



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Atlantis - 2021-11-08 @ 6:56 am

I shoulda ordered my Sandman elsewhere. I went with Amazon and it still isnt here yet. They do have a blurb saying they release on the 15th, but theyve had these ship earlier before.

Mattmcc83 - 2021-10-22 @ 12:07 am

Nice looking figure! I tend to stick to the MCU figures though, I dont know how I could afford to start collecting the comic based figures too!

Gigantor - 2021-10-12 @ 6:32 pm

Just got mine in today from DST.

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leokearon - 2021-10-11 @ 4:24 pm
On 10/11/2021 at 6:12 AM, Ironspider428 said:

I think it would have also been more appropriate to have sort of a crazed smirk on his damaged head, like he knows Spidey can't hurt him and he's mocking him.

It would make more sense. Especially in this first appearance he constantly had a smirk anytime Spidey tried to hit him.

Emnems80 - 2021-10-11 @ 10:22 am
On 10/10/2021 at 10:12 PM, Ironspider428 said:

I think it would have also been more appropriate to have sort of a crazed smirk on his damaged head, like he knows Spidey can't hurt him and he's mocking him.

I agree, crazed smirk would've been the best choice.

BlameitonLoren - 2021-10-11 @ 8:56 am

Gotta say, im pretty pleased with that height difference, and the better sand shade

LordVenger - 2021-10-11 @ 6:19 am
On 10/11/2021 at 12:12 AM, Ironspider428 said:

I think it would have also been more appropriate to have sort of a crazed smirk on his damaged head, like he knows Spidey can't hurt him and he's mocking him.

I think you hit it perfectly. Crazed smirk would have been cool.

Ironspider428 - 2021-10-11 @ 5:12 am
On 10/10/2021 at 7:46 PM, Atlantis said:

Some people speculate they were trying to go with a "T-1000" look, copying the iconic image of getting a hole shot in its head by Sarah Conner in T2. If that's true, then they missed one crucial point: the T-1000 is a robot that has no feelings, no emotion. It had no anger, no pain, when she shot him, which made the scene even more chilling. Sandman is a vicious bully and definitely would express rage, even if he wasn't seriously in pain.

I think it would have also been more appropriate to have sort of a crazed smirk on his damaged head, like he knows Spidey can't hurt him and he's mocking him.

sentinelofliberty41 - 2021-10-11 @ 12:56 am
On 10/10/2021 at 7:46 PM, Atlantis said:

Some people speculate they were trying to go with a "T-1000" look, copying the iconic image of getting a hole shot in its head by Sarah Conner in T2. If that's true, then they missed one crucial point: the T-1000 is a robot that has no feelings, no emotion. It had no anger, no pain, when she shot him, which made the scene even more chilling. Sandman is a vicious bully and definitely would express rage, even if he wasn't seriously in pain.

Exactly. I could definitely see that being the inspiration but it falls flat.

Atlantis - 2021-10-10 @ 11:46 pm
On 10/10/2021 at 5:04 AM, sentinelofliberty41 said:

"....that alternate head is just weird. The facial expression and the weird "O" shape make no sense...."

Some people speculate they were trying to go with a "T-1000" look, copying the iconic image of getting a hole shot in its head by Sarah Conner in T2. If that's true, then they missed one crucial point: the T-1000 is a robot that has no feelings, no emotion. It had no anger, no pain, when she shot him, which made the scene even more chilling. Sandman is a vicious bully and definitely would express rage, even if he wasn't seriously in pain.

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