New Rumored Marvel Legends Wave Listings Discovered Including New X-Men Wave

New Rumored Marvel Legends Wave Listings Discovered Including New X-Men Wave


Jay Cochran - September 02, 2020
Looks like BenIrvin has been doing some retail store computer searching and discovered a number of new Marvel Legends wave listings. As always the listings don't give us much info in the way of specific figures, as code names are used. It does however give us an idea of whats in the pipeline. One of the most interesting things of note is the listing of a new X-Men wave. This is possibly the House of X wave Hasbro had previously said earlier in the year was coming and/or might contain the 4 figures Hasbro teased in their last live-stream event.

5010993791453 MVL X MEN LEGEND ASST
5010993790289 - MVL X-Men Legends 2
5010993790166 - MVL X-Men Legends 3
5010993790531 - MVL X-Men Legends 4
5010993790159 - MVL X-Men Legends 5
5010993790524 - MVL X-Men Legends 6
5010993790258 - MVL X-Men Legends 7


The four teases Hasbro gave in that live-stream said 1. We would get one figure that was a character Toy Biz did and Hasbro hadn't. 2. An old Hasbro Marvel Legends figure getting an update. 3. A 3.75" Marvel Universe figure being done in 6" form. 4. A character that had never been done before. Earlier this week Dan Yun from Hasbro posted on social media saying the 4 figures teases in the last live-stream would be part of the same wave, though it looks like he since deleted that tweet. Oh and then there was the hand with the yellow glove Hasbro teased two live-stream video's ago which was likely for some kind of new Rogue figure. Toad, Avalanche and a new Blob Build-A-Figure seem to be fan-favorite choices for getting the figure treatment and would fit the criteria of Hasbro's recent clues.

Other waves discovered is a new Spider-Man one which is likely the rumored Into The Spiderv-Verse wave we told you about the other day with the Miles Morales Spider-Man, Peter B. Parker, Spider-Gwen and Marvel Comics versions of Frogman and Hand Ninja. This wave may see a Stiltman Build-A-Figure which we think Hasbro was teasing two live-stream videos ago. This should be the first wave listed for 2021, however we will likely see out by end of December.

5010993790951 SPD LEGENDS - SULFUR 8
5010993791040 SPD LEGENDS - METHANE
5010993791064 SPD LEGENDS - MANGANESE 10
5010993791071 SPD LEGENDS - LODINE 11
5010993790937 SPD LEGENDS - SANDSTONE 12
5010993790920 SPD LEGENDS - SAPHIRE 13


The next wave is the long rumored second wave of Avengers figures due out this year. This wave should include a mixture of video game and comic based figures. There is also a possibility the Build-A-Figure will be Modok from the new Avengers video game from Square Enix and Crystal Dynamics that will be out on September 4.

5010993791385 AVN LEGENDS ASST
5010993790814 AVN LEGENDS MSE 1
5010993791125 AVN LEGENDS MSE 2
5010993791132 AVN LEGENDS MSE 3
5010993791026 AVN LEGENDS MSE 4
5010993790890 AVN LEGENDS MSE 5
5010993790982 AVN LEGENDS MSE 6
5010993791101 AVN LEGENDS MSE 7


The final wave is completely new to us and listed simply as SHC which could be for Shang-Chi. The names are code names so no help there on determining what they are. There is the Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings movie currently slated for a May 2021 release, but with so much uncertainty in the movie world it's unknown if that will get pushed back or not. Originally there was going to be an Eternals themed wave due out this year but that got delayed when the movie did.

5010993791545 - SHC LEGENDS ASST

5010993786510 - SHC Legends Captain 1
5010993790463 - SHC Legends Pirate 2
5010993790470 - SHC Legends Sailor 3
5010993786527 - SHC Legends CWS 4
5010993790494 - SHC Legends Yacht 5
5010993785780 - SHC Legends Halo 6


As always these listings are subject to change so do treat them as rumors until we get official confirmation from Hasbro. Hopefully Hasbro will give us details on most of these at the end of the month when they hold their virtual Pulse-Con on September 25-26.





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EUPHORICVIKING - 2020-09-10 @ 12:43 pm
13 hours ago, Atlantis said:

For your information, I did call ahead and was told they had them only to get there to find out they didn't have them and they had never received a shipment. Now as to which clerk I spoke to that was correct and which one was talking out their ass, I couldn't tell.  But it doesn't matter, if theyre going to be the exclusive carrier of whatever the item is, they should have it and we shouldn't have to go through this. Good for you; you had a better experience than myself and many others had.

 

 

Go through what? It is a hobby and sometimes distribution or production quantities are off. It comes with the hobby. I don't  mean to come off as a prick, I get your frustration but if you aren't having fun with the hobby and collecting or hunting is causing you stress i would say it's no longer healthy. I haven't even seen a target exclusive Joe and I'm not about to go to twelve different targets looking. it's just senseless. They will show up when they show up. Watching Hasbro's track record, I know you will get another shot at a Red Hulk for retail price (possibly a better version), just like i will get another shot at cobra troopers or beachhead at some point. 

 Again, my original argument was about reveals, this is more about product availability. 

Atlantis - 2020-09-09 @ 11:23 pm
On ?9?/?8?/?2020 at 4:32 AM, EUPHORICVIKING said:

Running from store to store is senseless in any right. It's even more senseless when you don't know if what you want will be there. I suggest getting the DCPI# and calling ahead. All of my targets were very honest that they didn't have it, then i found one that told me when they were coming.  I'm sure customers bought the shiet out of red hulk, they didn't loose any money on that release and i'm sure we will see a second release. Your argument is more about product availability  not how they get revealed. Which is  what i was saying. I like the surprise of an unrevealed product. 

Also they are toys, i know we like them a lot but i don't really let it bother me that i didn't get one or two figures out of the 150 they release this year.

For your information, I did call ahead and was told they had them only to get there to find out they didn't have them and they had never received a shipment. Now as to which clerk I spoke to that was correct and which one was talking out their ass, I couldn't tell.  But it doesn't matter, if theyre going to be the exclusive carrier of whatever the item is, they should have it and we shouldn't have to go through this. Good for you; you had a better experience than myself and many others had.

 

 

bashpics99 - 2020-09-08 @ 2:22 pm

I think most target exclusive MLs have been relatively plentiful, with Red Hulk being a prominent exception.  Even the iron spidey/iron man 2-pack that i never saw in stores was available via their website at one point.    But obviously it can vary from one store to the next.

Now, the target exclusive  cobra island G.I. Joes are a different matter, don't think i've ever heard so many crazy hunting stories.  Definitely turned me off from wanting to get into the line, both because i don't feel like hunting in that kind of hardcore mode, and also because i just don't want to be associated with Joe collectors at this point, between the grown men running through stores, hassling target employees, and (at least in one case) trying to steal some and assaulting a worker in the process.  Pretty pathetic.

Fortunately i'm not aware of people going so crazy over ML figures, sure you get people who drive all over the place to different stores (especially for WG exclusives) but not as much waiting outside before the store opens, racing thru the store, or being rude to employees, etc.

EUPHORICVIKING - 2020-09-08 @ 12:32 pm
On 9/7/2020 at 4:38 AM, Atlantis said:

For me it was anything but "fun". The Red Hulk was another senseless fiasco that really made me question this whole thing and frankly, I have far more important things to do than run from store to store looking for stuff that isn't even there. I thought the point of making merchandise was to have your customers actually BUY it, and they cant do that if you make it unavailable.

Running from store to store is senseless in any right. It's even more senseless when you don't know if what you want will be there. I suggest getting the DCPI# and calling ahead. All of my targets were very honest that they didn't have it, then i found one that told me when they were coming.  I'm sure customers bought the shiet out of red hulk, they didn't loose any money on that release and i'm sure we will see a second release. Your argument is more about product availability  not how they get revealed. Which is  what i was saying. I like the surprise of an unrevealed product. 

Also they are toys, i know we like them a lot but i don't really let it bother me that i didn't get one or two figures out of the 150 they release this year.

Benn - 2020-09-08 @ 6:05 am

Yeah, I did not have a problem finding Red Hulk, looking only very casually. I still have him for trade.

enzosaurusrex - 2020-09-08 @ 5:56 am

The Toys R Us near me still has the same three Red Hulks for about a month now lol

Emnems80 - 2020-09-08 @ 12:57 am
5 hours ago, mako said:

It upsets you more than I then. Now if I were to miss out on Rhodey, that would be a crying shame. It's just a matter of what you want and how much you want it. Hellfire Club was just low man on the totem pole.

Well I'm glad it's a set you don't mind passing on then.

mako - 2020-09-07 @ 7:10 pm
1 hour ago, Emnems80 said:

Having to cherry pick always sucks. Reading that the Hellfire Club box set is out for you brought a sad tear to my eye.

It upsets you more than I then. Now if I were to miss out on Rhodey, that would be a crying shame. It's just a matter of what you want and how much you want it. Hellfire Club was just low man on the totem pole.

Emnems80 - 2020-09-07 @ 5:16 pm
1 hour ago, mako said:

I mainly collect the comic versions, but I'll buy MCU if they look cool and spark my interest. As for the Hand-Ninjas, I'm indifferent. In my head-cannon, Marvel's Hand has been thoroughly supplanted by the TMNT's Foot (represented by the Animated line's Foot Soldiers). My collection, my rules.

As for being rich? I had to laugh at that. My collecting involves a lot of cherry-picking, and a LOT of tough choices. Example; Marvel Legends are in, G.I. Joe Classified and Fortnite are out. Fan-Channel War Machine is in, Hellfire Club Boxed set is out. Target TMNT's are in, HasLab is so far OUT I don't even consider it a thing.

Having to cherry pick always sucks. Reading that the Hellfire Club box set is out for you brought a sad tear to my eye.

mako - 2020-09-07 @ 3:39 pm
26 minutes ago, Gigantor said:

I only primarily collect comic based ML figs & I'm waiting to see what version of the HAND Ninjas Hasbro is going with before I purchase any  Cobra Ninjas. I plan in getting a few Valaverse figs to fill out generic ML biker/thug characters & troop builders. Not rich like some of you that can afford to buy 5-6 different lines of toys.

I mainly collect the comic versions, but I'll buy MCU if they look cool and spark my interest. As for the Hand-Ninjas, I'm indifferent. In my head-cannon, Marvel's Hand has been thoroughly supplanted by the TMNT's Foot (represented by the Animated line's Foot Soldiers). My collection, my rules.

As for being rich? I had to laugh at that. My collecting involves a lot of cherry-picking, and a LOT of tough choices. Example; Marvel Legends are in, G.I. Joe Classified and Fortnite are out. Fan-Channel War Machine is in, Hellfire Club Boxed set is out. Target TMNT's are in, HasLab is so far OUT I don't even consider it a thing.

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