Marvel Legends Vintage 6" Blue Wasp Figure Video Review & Image Gallery

Marvel Legends Vintage 6" Blue Wasp Figure Video Review & Image Gallery


Jay Cochran - October 22, 2018
erivera94 takes a look at the new Marvel Legends 6" Vintage Blue Wasp figure from Hasbro. You Can purchase this figure now at Megalopolis.Toys.



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InvisibleStormtrooper - 2018-11-24 @ 11:41 am

I didn't expect to like this figure, in fact, I've kinda been overlooking her every time she was mentioned. :blush: But now that I've gotten a proper look at her... I like her quite a bit. (Which makes my wallet cry and beg for mercy, of course, because I hardly need to pick up any new figures unexpectedly! Oh well, so's the life of a collector, right? :wink: )

Falls22 - 2018-10-27 @ 4:52 pm
19 minutes ago, fleskz said:

but the packaging is much smaller and simpler? I guess it's win-win. they get off making basic sculpts/paint apps. And those who focus on "Classic" forms get what they want. wolverine is the only one I really liked so far

I think what costs would be the printed on art for the package. And its really not smaller the package is bigger than the single carded regular figures.

Its really a matter of opinion. I could see why some people didnt like them. And when the first wave came out. I didnt really like the first wave. Except for Black Widow because she was the only new character/figure in that wave. And it gave me a chance to finally get a classic black Widow. Swapped the head on her with the Phoenix two pack head and she looks really good now.

But anyway this wave 2 is a bit better than wave one. We got an updated wasp vision and ant man. In classic looks. I like the updated Classic Hawkeye which weve neededfor a while. The only ones that arent too mind blowing are the Scarlet Spider and BP.

The SS is good for anyone who missed out on it and that unmasked head is pretty neat. The BP is tempting though. The solid black does look better than the purple Walmart one.

So yeah its really about what you as the collector like I guess. But I guess a majority of collecting is like that isnt it? Haha

fleskz - 2018-10-27 @ 4:28 pm
On 10/23/2018 at 2:38 PM, Atlantis said:

These "vintage" figures are a good way to get figures buyers may have missed before, and they (so far) are better than the original Toybiz figures. I'm not happy with how the Vision turned out ( Iposted a LONG rant on that) but its still not bad. That Ant-Man, however, is just not gonna fly. That is not Hank Pym's helmet...that is the Black Ant from 2015, just re-colored. The original Pym toybiz version was also removable. Just saying,if youre a stickler for vintage/original appearance, just know theyre taking some liberties here. I like this Wasp but she's a pass for me, as I think the best outfit was the 2015 figure. I'd snatch her up if they do the late 70s purple suit, or the white/blue one sleeve-one legging outfit.

I'm pretty sure I've seen "classic" and old school versions in the normal ML lines.

fleskz - 2018-10-27 @ 4:26 pm
On 10/23/2018 at 8:40 AM, Falls22 said:

No, I think these area great idea! (Sure, no BAF, but I guess the extra money for that goes to the packaging) However, I still love them for their look and appeal and character choice! We can be gauranteed to get a classic version of these characters in this line. While in the mainline they can focus on giving us some current costumes and current characters. Like do you know how long we have needed an update for a classic Vison and Ant-Man??!?I see a lot of possibilities for this line. An updated and definitive version of a classic Thor, a classic Yellowjacket, Wasp in her Red costume! So many good things could come from this line. Not to mention the already cool things that came from it like this Wasp!

but the packaging is much smaller and simpler? I guess it's win-win. they get off making basic sculpts/paint apps. And those who focus on "Classic" forms get what they want. wolverine is the only one I really liked so far

Atlantis - 2018-10-23 @ 7:38 pm
20 hours ago, fleskz said:

Am I the only person that thinks these "vintage" figures are just an excuse to make plain, cheap figures and charge full price? there are so boring and ugly (mostly)

These "vintage" figures are a good way to get figures buyers may have missed before, and they (so far) are better than the original Toybiz figures. I'm not happy with how the Vision turned out ( Iposted a LONG rant on that) but its still not bad. That Ant-Man, however, is just not gonna fly. That is not Hank Pym's helmet...that is the Black Ant from 2015, just re-colored. The original Pym toybiz version was also removable. Just saying,if youre a stickler for vintage/original appearance, just know theyre taking some liberties here. I like this Wasp but she's a pass for me, as I think the best outfit was the 2015 figure. I'd snatch her up if they do the late 70s purple suit, or the white/blue one sleeve-one legging outfit.

leokearon - 2018-10-23 @ 5:06 pm

I like these vintage figures, especially as it gives me a chance to get some which I missed out the first time like the Scarlet Spider, but now with new head.

Falls22 - 2018-10-23 @ 1:40 pm
15 hours ago, fleskz said:

Am I the only person that thinks these "vintage" figures are just an excuse to make plain, cheap figures and charge full price? there are so boring and ugly (mostly)

No, I think these area great idea! (Sure, no BAF, but I guess the extra money for that goes to the packaging) However, I still love them for their look and appeal and character choice! We can be gauranteed to get a classic version of these characters in this line. While in the mainline they can focus on giving us some current costumes and current characters. Like do you know how long we have needed an update for a classic Vison and Ant-Man??!?I see a lot of possibilities for this line. An updated and definitive version of a classic Thor, a classic Yellowjacket, Wasp in her Red costume! So many good things could come from this line. Not to mention the already cool things that came from it like this Wasp!

JKenbok - 2018-10-23 @ 12:53 pm

Yes! Thats another great call. Classic Dr. Strange. I had to start selling off most of my toy biz collection. May be blasphemy to some but I just dont have the space anymore and they cant hold up to these newer Legends. I used to love that toybiz Bishop for example but the new Bishop trumps it. But I digress, point is- we need some of these classic figures from toybiz days redone.

americamgl - 2018-10-23 @ 12:23 pm
1 hour ago, JKenbok said:

I think this Wasp is probably the most desirable one out of this bunch. Her face does look great. It is kind of strange to get a character like scarlet spider as a classic before a classic Thor or Hulk,and we do need some classic villiand.

Speaking of strange... I have been waiting for a Classic Dr. Strange comic version to replace my old ToyBiz one.

JKenbok - 2018-10-23 @ 11:13 am

I think this Wasp is probably the most desirable one out of this bunch. Her face does look great. It is kind of strange to get a character like scarlet spider as a classic before a classic Thor or Hulk,and we do need some classic villiand.

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