Hasbro's 2012 Marvel Legends Wave 1 Line-Up?!?

Hasbro's 2012 Marvel Legends Wave 1 Line-Up?!?

Jay Cochran - July 20, 2011
Marvelous News reader SolidSnakeInMyPants has revealed to us that Hasbro's first wave of new Marvel Legends figures for 2012 to contain the following figures:

- Klaw
- Hope summers
- Constrictor
- Steve Rogers
- Iron man
- Movie Ghost Rider
- Thor

The Build-A-Figure will be Terrax.

It should be noted we have not been able to confirm this list ourselves from Hasbro, but Snake has had pretty good Marvel Legends intel in the past so we thought it was worth passing along to you. We should obviously no more directly from Hasbro during the course of the week as the 2011 San Diego Comic Con kicks off later this evening.


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WindsofHorus - 2011-08-01 @ 7:26 pm

Great catch! Initiative War Machine has that same feature. I'm really excited for it, it just looks great!

Maybe he'll have ankle rockers too?

MikeC123 - 2011-08-01 @ 6:16 pm

I think your right the one on the left is higher than the one on the right. thats cool. I cant complain, I like the new extremis armor, I know people think he is small but I kind of like a veriaty when it comes to armor type. I like the slim sleek look, and I understand it is not possible or perfect in scale, but to please the eyes you have to compramise with what would be realistic.

Comacaz - 2011-08-01 @ 3:59 pm

I remember them talking about how the extremis iron man had hidden articulation. Did anyone notice that the discs on the side of his body were on different levels? Maybe they slide up so that you can get maximum articulation in the legs. if they did that would be awesome so that the discs don't interfere with the legs. Here's a pic


jdgi - 2011-08-01 @ 3:12 am

I think the figures look great, can't wait to get them, I will have to buy them via ebay, because I doubt we'll get them here in Ecuador

EliThomas - 2011-07-26 @ 7:41 pm

The boxes for these look great and I just spent my 36.16 for Thor off of HTS.

WindsofHorus - 2011-07-26 @ 7:10 am

Well guys.. Just got back from the airport from a great weekend in San Diego.. This is my first time on a computer since last week.. All I can say is


Clam - 2011-07-25 @ 3:54 am
But isn't the Extremsis armor a light and thinner armor almost skin like?

even if that is the case... Tony Stark is 6'2" without armor.

tarot - 2011-07-25 @ 2:29 am

But isn't the Extremsis armor a light and thinner armor almost skin like?

STR1 - 2011-07-25 @ 2:05 am

Iron Man looks too skinny/wimpy compared to Cap. When it should be the other way around. But either way I am excited too. I might just buy Terrax by itself on ebay or any other online store and just a select few from this wave. Not really instersted in GR, CA and Thor.

Can't wait for next year!!!!!!

Clam - 2011-07-23 @ 1:40 pm
at first glance, those figures all look pretty GOOD!

I can't really complain about any of it except that Ironman is small again. They keep making him tiny for some reason. He is supposed to be 6'6".

AND, the other problem I've always had with these skinny IMs, is there is suppose to be a person inside the armor - this should make the figures bulkier. I still think the early TB Legends got it right with the big bulky IM figures.

exactly... not only are the Hasbro Ironman figures always small, but they make him as if he is wearing spandex! Where is the bulk that comes with wearing armor? It's ridiculous and I am tired of it.

if you look at the Toybiz Ironman figures, they are done correctly.


ML1 classic IM is taller and much bulkier than Captain America (supposed to be 6'2") in the same series.

ML8 modular IM is again taller and bigger than the very big ML8 Ultimate Cap figure

ML11 Hulkbuster is a monster

ML14 First Appearance IM wasn't that big, but you could still believe there could be a person inside.

ML15 Thorbuster is obviously big

Face Off IM is way too small, and I think he is the only Toybiz IM figure out of scale.


Hasbro 1 Ultimate IM is actually the correct size

Heroes Reborn IM is undersized, as he is about the same size as Spiderman from that series.

2-pack Classic IM is horribly out of scale. It's a damn shame because they went through the trouble to make a really nice looking new figure, and then made him smaller than the Maria Hill figure he comes with! That is embarrassing

and I think the new IM movie and offshoot 6 inch figures are too small also.

and finally, they put a new IM figure in their relaunch wave... and he is the smallest figure in it! WTF

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