New Line Of 6" Marvel Legends Re-Issues?!?

New Line Of 6" Marvel Legends Re-Issues?!?


Jay Cochran - September 02, 2019
Dan Who? Reviews alerts us to this newly packaged wave of 6" Marvel Legends re-issues he found at his local Tesco in the U.K. Besides coming in a more basic style of cardback packaging the figures are also missing any kind of Build-A-Figure pieces. The case assortment is a mixture of various MCU based figures:

- Spider Man (Far From Home)
- Stealth Suit (Far From Home)
- End Game Captain America
- Infinity War Iron Man
- Infinity War Black Panther
- Captain Marvel


At this time we have no idea if this is something we will see released in the United States or if this is an international thing only. Dan made a video talking about them as well.

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leokearon - 2019-09-15 @ 8:03 am
9 hours ago, SpiderS said:

This line makes a lot of sense, international markets might not be ready for baf waves, however single carded bafless figures of main movie characters with slightly cheaper price pointare definite attraction for international markets.

We do get BAF waves but only one Toy Chain does them (Toymaster, and even then they seem to be stopping doing Marvel legends), the biggest Toy Store (SMYTHS) here did do them but quickly stopped after the Ultimate Green Goblin BAF. The main problem is price, Marvel legends are the most expensive 6 inch figures you can buy here in Ireland (except if you live in Dublin; which I don't; in Forbidden Planet).

SpiderS - 2019-09-14 @ 10:27 pm

This line makes a lot of sense, international markets might not be ready for baf waves, however single carded bafless figures of main movie characters with slightly cheaper price pointare definite attraction for international markets.

leokearon - 2019-09-14 @ 3:51 pm

Another quick update. These are now available in Irish Tescos but are 19.50

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leokearon - 2019-09-09 @ 11:48 am

An Update on these figures they are not confined to Tesco. I saw them in my local SMYTHS in Waterford for 18. I bought the Stealth Suit Spidey aka Night - Monkey.

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leokearon - 2019-09-05 @ 7:32 am
9 hours ago, Atlantis said:

Think Tarot got it right. I also just don't see Hasbro dropping BAF anytime soon. Lower cost re-issues is a fine way to go, but its highly unlikely theyre gonna total abandon whats been working so well for them.

And now, give me my Redwolf figure....

Yeah, they aren't going to drop the BAF except for either the Vintage lines or now the reissues

Atlantis - 2019-09-04 @ 10:14 pm
On ?9?/?2?/?2019 at 2:01 PM, tarot said:

I love how everybodies first thought is that this is the way ML will be done from now on.

First, hasbro won't be dropping BAf for a long while as this is how they sell whole cases.

Second if they were going to do this they would never have released it in the UK before anywhere else. Especially not in Tesco, which is mainly a grocery supermarket. They would release it in the US first.

Third, Like many people have said this actually uses more Plastic packaging then usually and we know hasbro is trying to cut back on that.

Think Tarot got it right. I also just don't see Hasbro dropping BAF anytime soon. Lower cost re-issues is a fine way to go, but its highly unlikely theyre gonna total abandon whats been working so well for them.

And now, give me my Redwolf figure....

leokearon - 2019-09-04 @ 12:43 pm
12 minutes ago, mako said:

Honestly, it depends on the BAF. I have no problem buying figures I don't want if it means completing a BAF I DO want (that's what Ebay Seller Accounts are for). On the same token, if I don't like the BAF, and I don't like the figures, there's really no reason to buy them.

Same here, I traded the BAF parts I didn't need for parts I did need.

mako - 2019-09-04 @ 12:24 pm
10 hours ago, K9-K1N6 said:

Hm, quite an interesting thought really, since i'm not really a BAF completionist

Honestly, it depends on the BAF. I have no problem buying figures I don't want if it means completing a BAF I DO want (that's what Ebay Seller Accounts are for). On the same token, if I don't like the BAF, and I don't like the figures, there's really no reason to buy them.

leokearon - 2019-09-04 @ 6:58 am
5 hours ago, K9-K1N6 said:

Hm, quite an interesting thought really, since i'm not really a BAF completionist

It does help that some of these didn't come with a BAF piece to start of with

michiganjfrog - 2019-09-04 @ 4:02 am
2 hours ago, K9-K1N6 said:

Hm, quite an interesting thought really, since i'm not really a BAF completionist

im mostly a cherry picker too

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