Marvel Legends 6" Moon Knight, Spider-Man Retro Wave, Deluxe War Machine and Age Of Apocalypse Official Figure Images

Marvel Legends 6" Moon Knight, Spider-Man Retro Wave, Deluxe War Machine and Age Of Apocalypse Official Figure Images


Jay Cochran - May 22, 2020
These were set to be revealed later today during Hasbro's Fan Friday first event, but SD Distributors apparently jumped the gun and already released the images.

Shown below in our GALLERY is the full upcoming Retro Spider-Man wave first revealed at Toy Fair. As previously rumored this wave will include figures of Spider-Man, Gwen Stacy, Peter Parker, Green Goblin, Electro, and Daredevil. These will come on cardbacks that pay tribute to the old 5" Toy Biz Spider-Man Animated Series line.

Green Goblin has a new unmasked Osborn head, Daredevil is wearing his armored costume from the 90's and Electro has his classic outfit and alternate hands. The other three figures we saw at Toy Fair.

We also have official images for the upcoming Deluxe War Machine and Age Of Apocalypse, Apocalypse figure showing off all their various accessories as well as a new Moon Knight which here in the US should be released at Walgreens and an army builder AIM Soldier. The AIM Soldier we assume will be a Hasbro Pulse exclusive similar to the Hydra Soldier the previously released there.

Most if not all these figures should be going up for pre-order this afternoon by 1:30pm ET. Thanks to JTPrime for the heads up about the images being released early.
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Emnems80 - 2020-05-28 @ 2:08 am

Canucktibles, love the name!

Air-Walker - 2020-05-27 @ 3:47 pm
On 5/26/2020 at 12:07 AM, Lord_Scareglow said:

I usually try to get them in-store to avoid shipping my spot tends to be my local EBgames but when it comes to ordering online Northmen Collectibles, Canucktibles and Toys R Us, and sometimes EB Games, I was just curious if you knew about a place I didn't that's good in Canada to order from, I try not to order from Anywhere not located in Canada

Totally understand, but you helped me out though; never heard of Canucktibles; I'll check them out. And I totally agree, I too prefer to keep things in the homeyard whenever possible, so to speak. Alas for that exchange rate! Hopefully it goes down again some day soon.

leokearon - 2020-05-27 @ 6:43 am
7 hours ago, tarot said:

No. they haven't announced if they are doing one of their other brands yet but they are definitely not doing Marvel. The next reveal will be on Monday for Marvel Monday with a Fan Channel exclusive BUT this might not be a figure and could be a prop or board game.

Hopefully they will do a Fan First Friday for Transformers

Emnems80 - 2020-05-26 @ 11:14 pm
3 minutes ago, tarot said:

No. they haven't announced if they are doing one of their other brands yet but they are definitely not doing Marvel. The next reveal will be on Monday for Marvel Monday with a Fan Channel exclusive BUT this might not be a figure and could be a prop or board game.

Thanks for the info. I will be disappointed if it's not a figure for the Fan Channel Exclusive. I already can't wait for more legends news!

tarot - 2020-05-26 @ 11:11 pm
6 minutes ago, Emnems80 said:

Is Hasbro doing another Fan First Friday for May 29th? And if so, any idea what's it going to be about?

No. they haven't announced if they are doing one of their other brands yet but they are definitely not doing Marvel. The next reveal will be on Monday for Marvel Monday with a Fan Channel exclusive BUT this might not be a figure and could be a prop or board game.

Emnems80 - 2020-05-26 @ 11:05 pm

Is Hasbro doing another Fan First Friday for May 29th? And if so, any idea what's it going to be about?

bashpics99 - 2020-05-26 @ 2:53 pm
45 minutes ago, monron999 said:

I'm most intrigued by the "Biggest BAF Ever" comments. I've been of the opinion that Hasbro could have gone to the roto casting or hollow casting to do some of the ultralargefigures for some time now, similar to what Mattel did with some of the CNC figures in the DCUC line, like Kilowog and Arkillo, which were pretty much all hollow except for the hands, feet, head and joints. Either of those techniques could save massive amounts of material to keep costs down. Sure, many of the BAF's of the current size need solid arms and legs for strength and stability, but maybe doing something like a "hollow" Celestial is totally do-able. Even vehicles like the Hellcharger and the Punisher van would be made basically out of panels (hopefully a little thicker than those paper thin MCU Vulture Wings) which wouldn't consume much material at all. The major question would bewhat they mighthave to changeforthe packaging because, as we saw with Sugarman, it can be a little restrictive for the BAF.

The major reasoning I can put behind a Celestial is for the Eternals wave. The truth is, no matter how myself or anyone else tries to convince ourselves that we want to see this movie, the interest can only be lukewarm at best. It just doesn't have a pop, so what I'm convinced they are going to do with this movie is fill it with Easter Eggs and Cameo's of long awaited characters (X-Men, F4, Ghost Rider, Etc.) and start to tease it as the movie release gets closer to insinuate, much like Captain Marvel, that this is "must see" required reading for the future of the MCU. I don't fault Marvel for that. Myself, I'm gonna see it anyway, but for those that might be on the fence a little push from Wolvie or Johnny Blaze never hurt anyone. The Eternals ML wave would need a similar push and a big honking BAF like a Celestial might be just what the doctor ordered.

Agree with all of this. Eternals is gonna need all the hype it can get, as i think many more casual fans will view Endgame as a satisfactory conclusion to the MCU, Other than Spidey's identity being exposed and Star Lord's pursuit of Gamora, feels like there isn't anything else that needs to be wrapped up. Of course i plan to see both Widow and eternals myself, but not as pumpedup as i was for the earlier phase movies.

monron999 - 2020-05-26 @ 2:04 pm

I'm most intrigued by the "Biggest BAF Ever" comments. I've been of the opinion that Hasbro could have gone to the roto casting or hollow casting to do some of the ultralargefigures for some time now, similar to what Mattel did with some of the CNC figures in the DCUC line, like Kilowog and Arkillo, which were pretty much all hollow except for the hands, feet, head and joints. Either of those techniques could save massive amounts of material to keep costs down. Sure, many of the BAF's of the current size need solid arms and legs for strength and stability, but maybe doing something like a "hollow" Celestial is totally do-able. Even vehicles like the Hellcharger and the Punisher van would be made basically out of panels (hopefully a little thicker than those paper thin MCU Vulture Wings) which wouldn't consume much material at all. The major question would bewhat they mighthave to changeforthe packaging because, as we saw with Sugarman, it can be a little restrictive for the BAF.

The major reasoning I can put behind a Celestial is for the Eternals wave. The truth is, no matter how myself or anyone else tries to convince ourselves that we want to see this movie, the interest can only be lukewarm at best. It just doesn't have a pop, so what I'm convinced they are going to do with this movie is fill it with Easter Eggs and Cameo's of long awaited characters (X-Men, F4, Ghost Rider, Etc.) and start to tease it as the movie release gets closer to insinuate, much like Captain Marvel, that this is "must see" required reading for the future of the MCU. I don't fault Marvel for that. Myself, I'm gonna see it anyway, but for those that might be on the fence a little push from Wolvie or Johnny Blaze never hurt anyone. The Eternals ML wave would need a similar push and a big honking BAF like a Celestial might be just what the doctor ordered.

SpiderS - 2020-05-26 @ 8:16 am

I am excited for new Spidey figure and Gwen, but damn spideys pegs do stick out, it especially sad when you realize that pegless war machine was announced along with him, when its clear that pegless tech is far more usefull for Spidey than WN.

leokearon - 2020-05-26 @ 6:50 am
1 hour ago, Atlantis said:

So. Giant leg for possible Sentinel baf shown. Think I heard JC say its gonna run $500.00 for the completed figure. I couldn't justify spending that, but how much do you all think it will be, and howmuch you willing to pay?

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Given it's size and since it is Haslab it will probably be around $500.

I won't be buying it anyways, I hate Haslab and I won't have the money or room for it anyways.

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