New Marvel Legends Series X-Men 90s Animated Series Figure Images

New Marvel Legends Series X-Men 90s Animated Series Figure Images


Jay Cochran - January 24, 2022
Hasbro has released updated images for the first three figures in their Marvel Legends Series X-Men 90s Animated Series line which is being sold as Pulse exclusives. Shown are Wolverine, Jubilee and Mr. Sinister. They come in special VHS type packing. The figures shown already are re-issued with new cell-shading deco and added accessories from the animated series. There are more figures coming in this line during 2022, hopefully one of which will be Morph.
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Emnems80 - 2022-01-30 @ 1:16 pm
On 1/27/2022 at 11:39 PM, Atlantis said:

These are the things causing disappointment with the line. Its not just a proposed price hike, its a price hike along with sloppy quality control, poor customer service, inaccessible figures, outrageous wait times between giving the fans what they want. Dr. Strange, Dormammu, Omega Sentinel, Silver Centurion, The Vision, Shockwave, not to mention the overuse of one or two bucks for the majority of the female figures, are all very easily fixed errors that shouldn't ever have gotten out of factory. And then there's the blatant over charging for figures that are just basically repaints. Fans (some, maybe more than some) see this kind of thing as disrespect, as taking them for granted. It spoils the joy of the collecting and people tend to not spend money on something they no longer enjoy.

Preach brother preach!

Atlantis - 2022-01-28 @ 7:39 am
On 1/26/2022 at 2:56 PM, McHogan said:

"... If fans get too many more Dr Stranges at premium price with the paint being wrong on the chest then Im inclined to think more people will pass. Especially true if the errors are on a $25 standard figure..."

These are the things causing disappointment with the line. Its not just a proposed price hike, its a price hike along with sloppy quality control, poor customer service, inaccessible figures, outrageous wait times between giving the fans what they want. Dr. Strange, Dormammu, Omega Sentinel, Silver Centurion, The Vision, Shockwave, not to mention the overuse of one or two bucks for the majority of the female figures, are all very easily fixed errors that shouldn't ever have gotten out of factory. And then there's the blatant over charging for figures that are just basically repaints. Fans (some, maybe more than some) see this kind of thing as disrespect, as taking them for granted. It spoils the joy of the collecting and people tend to not spend money on something they no longer enjoy.

Sasquatch - 2022-01-27 @ 3:36 pm
On 1/25/2022 at 2:47 AM, SpiderS said:

That Wolverine headsculpt is amazing and much better than what we got with comic book versions.

I was on the fence about pre-ordering this Wolverine since I already have the similar Apocalypse wave Wolverine. The idea of cell shading on figures piqued my interest a little bit since I am a comic (not MCU) collector and cell shading accentuates the comic look, but it would also be my only figure that has cell shading so it may look out of place. Eventually, I decided to pre-order it. A few things helped my decision: The cell shading is not that obtrusive and it could still blend with the rest of my figures, which I think these updated photos confirm. The colors are brighter than the Apocalypse wave Wolverine. And the headsculpts are new and I like them. This Wolverine has the wide, spread-out fins on the facemask that many people were modifying on the Apocalypse wave Wolverine.

MODADDYDODOK - 2022-01-27 @ 6:01 am
On 1/24/2022 at 5:59 PM, Cascadyan said:

Yuck, such a waste! Is that a p*ss stain down Wolverines leg? Hahaha.

Lol great now I think of this every time I see it

McHogan - 2022-01-26 @ 11:56 pm
On 1/26/2022 at 11:43 AM, tarot said:

You say that but there seems to be a market for it. They wouldn't make it if people didn't buy them.

If they get done correctly. This particular example with cell shading may have its fans but the difference in price was the vhs style box. The paint would not justify the price hike. If fans get too many more Dr Stranges at premium price with the paint being wrong on the chest then Im inclined to think more people will pass. Especially true if the errors are on a $25 standard figure

McHogan - 2022-01-26 @ 11:29 pm

The recent threat of another price hike could settle the argument for us. If many jump ship or get choosy, it means Hasbro probably attempts goofy gimmicks like this less inthe future.

Also means there is probably less chance that certain figures get corrected or redone. So as collectors we may finally be forced to take what we can get. Since we may not see a particular figure again..

EvilHayato - 2022-01-26 @ 6:11 pm
On 1/26/2022 at 11:51 AM, eko32eko7 said:

Sure. While I generally agree, I often find myself questioning the veracity of such a notion. I really wonder which one would sell more unitsif the same figure were available with cell shading and without cell shading, side-by-side, at the same retailer, for the same price.

Is it so much that there is a market for cell shaded figures or is it that these characters are popular enough that many shoppers are willing to overlook it?

And, I'm not saying that just because I think the non-cell-shaded version would sell more that it is the only one that should be on the market.

The NECA toon/game TMNT lines seemed to sell really well with that style and its fairly comparable to this. It just varies. I personally dont want it but I can see the appeal of having it since its based on that design of the shows/games etc. But the difference is NECA used the same molds and didnt really change anything outside of paint and the pertinent accessories, Hasbro loves to add stuff or improve upon what they already made before to give collectors incentive to buy this too. I prefer the NECA way.

eko32eko7 - 2022-01-26 @ 4:51 pm
On 1/26/2022 at 8:43 AM, tarot said:

You say that but there seems to be a market for it. They wouldn't make it if people didn't buy them.

Sure. While I generally agree, I often find myself questioning the veracity of such a notion. I really wonder which one would sell more unitsif the same figure were available with cell shading and without cell shading, side-by-side, at the same retailer, for the same price.

Is it so much that there is a market for cell shaded figures or is it that these characters are popular enough that many shoppers are willing to overlook it?

And, I'm not saying that just because I think the non-cell-shaded version would sell more that it is the only one that should be on the market.

tarot - 2022-01-26 @ 4:43 pm
On 1/26/2022 at 4:40 PM, eko32eko7 said:

I just wish Hasbro would stop with the gimmicks (cell shading, carbonized, etc). I've not seen cell shading done "well" on a physical figure. I find the concept to be fundamentally flawed. I just want the costume to be accurate. I will create the shadows with actual light.

You say that but there seems to be a market for it. They wouldn't make it if people didn't buy them.

eko32eko7 - 2022-01-26 @ 4:40 pm
On 1/24/2022 at 12:31 PM, McHogan said:

IF I were interested in these Id rather have show accurate suits instead of trying to mimic an animation style. I get what they are going for, they just are no good at it.

I just wish Hasbro would stop with the gimmicks (cell shading, carbonized, etc). I've not seen cell shading done "well" on a physical figure. I find the concept to be fundamentally flawed. I just want the costume to be accurate. I will create the shadows with actual light.Its frustrating because I thought this would be my 90's Wolverine and Jubilee and I'm afraid it will be along time before we see another release of these characters with the 90's look...

In an ideal world Hasbro would relegate gimmicky variants to retailer exclusives and stop making desirable mainline figures retailer exclusives.

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