Marvel Legends Unleashed Green Goblin & Spider-Man

Marvel Legends Unleashed Green Goblin & Spider-Man


Jay Cochran - October 31, 2007
Here is a look at two new 8" Marvel Legends Unleashed figures from Hasbro - Green Goblin with 34 Points of Articulation & Spider-Man with 34 points of articulation. Both come with interlocking bases.
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annihilator - 2007-11-02 @ 11:14 pm

Sturdy, Shmurdy. My HML Hercules fell of my display once and got a chip on his knee. He also got an ugly gash on his right cheek which I had to paint over. X3 Juggernaut next to him also did not fare any better and also got chip on his torso. I'd say the plastic is more brittle.

shadowboy_2099 - 2007-11-02 @ 10:23 pm

Yeah, I like the sturiedr plastic. Once my Hasbro figs are posed, they never fell from my shelf, unlike TB`s, which had cost broken parts...

SheriffofCoffeeTown - 2007-11-02 @ 6:50 pm
"Soft plastics" was a good thing?

 

I have to strongly disagree with you there. I just opened up a Loki on Monday, and already his leg is bending to the point where I fear placing him in a standing position. All the paint apps in the world don't matter if the damn toy falls apart.

 

I'd rather have the soft plastics that bend (and bend back), than the super hard platics like Hasbro's Viking Thor, which takes so much effort to move, not to mention that annoying "clicking" the joints make when you move them.

 

I've had plenty of experience with Toy Biz plastic that was not only soft, but didn't move with ease. This is the recipe for a figure's appendage to get broken off.

B00MER - 2007-11-02 @ 6:47 pm
"Soft plastics" was a good thing?

 

I have to strongly disagree with you there. I just opened up a Loki on Monday, and already his leg is bending to the point where I fear placing him in a standing position. All the paint apps in the world don't matter if the damn toy falls apart.

 

I'd rather have the soft plastics that bend (and bend back), than the super hard platics like Hasbro's Viking Thor, which takes so much effort to move, not to mention that annoying "clicking" the joints make when you move them.

SheriffofCoffeeTown - 2007-11-02 @ 6:42 pm

"Soft plastics" was a good thing?

 

I have to strongly disagree with you there. I just opened up a Loki on Monday, and already his leg is bending to the point where I fear placing him in a standing position. All the paint apps in the world don't matter if the damn toy falls apart.

B00MER - 2007-11-02 @ 6:33 pm

I just don't understand Hasbro. ToyBiz set a standard for Marvel Legands--great sculpts, detail, amazing articuation, soft plastics, and superb painting. Hasbro gets their hands on the line, then skimps out on the articulation, gives us rock hard plastic figures, little paint detail, and the biggest tradgity...ugly scuplts like Bucky, Emma Frost, Jean Grey, Banshee, and Ultimate Wolverine.

 

What's the deal?

 

They get the rights to make FF2 movie figures, which all sucked. I compared my ToyBiz FF movie (Alba) Invisible Girl to Hasbro's FF2 (Alba) Invisible Girl....and the Hasbro version is a joke!

 

And Hasbro keeps effing with the scale of the figures! Hasbro, pick a size and stick with it, no more 5 inch, no 8 inch and no 12 inch. Fans are happy with the 6 inch. ToyBiz set a standard that fans and collectors are happy with, that's why the line was so popular. Hasbro is gonna learn this--the hard way.

h3llfish - 2007-11-02 @ 5:50 am

There were a few things that ruined the movie Spidey that kicked off this line:

 

- chest hinge didn't work (looks like this new figure doesn't even have one)

- figure couldn't look up or down

- ball jointed ankles made the figure hard to stand

- big stupid useless base

- high price (2 inches taller, twice the price... no thanks)

 

The Goblin at least has a cool base. But no, I won't be buying these.

 

Why does Hasbro just insist on putting out lame figures? How about that 6" movie Sandman?!? No ball jointed hips, no ankle hinge, lousy paint... horrible!

pvbvillegas - 2007-11-02 @ 1:24 am

the 5-inch scale figs sucked. now they're giving us an 8-inch scale fig. do these guys realize that none of that would work? why don't they just work hard on making the 6-inch scale ML line better, instead of producing new lines that nobody wants. i mean, only the packaging is nice with this 8-inch scale line. no way would i be getting them.

atomictoyguy - 2007-11-01 @ 10:21 pm

WOW! Those are going to rot on the pegs. They don't look any better than any of the 6" offerings from the past and they'll be more expensive to boot. BOO!

heinousjoe - 2007-11-01 @ 10:16 pm
why doesnt spiderman have an ab crunch, the movie version did

i was probably gonna get it, but not any more, i want an abcrunch on spiderman, or else he cant get into his classic poses

 

Trust me, he's better without it....

I have the Unleashed Venom and the ab crunch doesnt work. U get a slight tilt and that's it. It's like the FA Spidey from ML10.

and i have the unleashed movie spiderman, and it does do something

besides it doing something it also looks better than having his torso cut in two pieces,that looks ridiculous and stupid

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