Marvel Legends Haslab 2022 Fan-Poll - X-Men Blackbird Jet Vs Fin Fang Foom, Which Would You Rather See Done First?

Marvel Legends Haslab 2022 Fan-Poll - X-Men Blackbird Jet Vs Fin Fang Foom, Which Would You Rather See Done First?


Jay Cochran - July 03, 2022
It seems like whenever folks start discussing what they would like to see Hasbro release for their next Haslab Marvel Legends project, the two items I see getting brought up the most are either a 6" scale X-Men Blackbird Jet which would be the first vehicle done in the Marvel Legends line, or the character Fin Fang Foom.

Now Foom was actually released as a Marvel Legends Build-A-Figure by Hasbro back in 2008. It was a figure that actually required you to buy two waves of Hulk figures in order to complete.

Back in April during a Marvel Podcast, Hasbro's Dwight Stall did mention that he would love to get a crack at doing a new updated Fin Fang Foom figure. During that Podcast they also confirmed that a third Marvel Legends Haslab project would be coming likely this year.

The first two Marvel Legends Haslab campaigns which were very successful featured large action figures with the Mutant Hunting Sentinel and Galactus. As I mentioned before, a 6" scale vehicle has never been done for the Marvel Legends line, but it is something that is often brought up in fan discussions for the line. Usually the top 3 vehicles mentioned are the X-Men Blackbird, Avengers Quinjet and Fantastic Four Fantasicar. Oh and then there always the unrealistic calls for something like a S.H.I.E.L.D. Hellicarrier. Still if Hasbro where to attempt a 6" scale vehicle for the Marvel Legends line, I feel like the iconic X-Men jet would be the most likely candidate. To get an idea of what such an item might look like, I suggest you check out this COOL CUSTOM one done by Francis Flores.

I personally would rather see Hasbro stick with large figures. Vehicles tend to take up more shelf space which for me is somewhat limited. However I wanted to put the question out to you all, just for fun. If you could choose between a 6" scale Marvel Legends X-Men Blackbird or a new updated/larger Fin Fang Foom figure for the next Haslab project, which one would you choose? Let us know in the COMMENTS SECTION below.
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leokearon - 2022-07-07 @ 6:29 am

The Hellcharger could be a possibility. Dan Ketch's bike could easily be done as a Ultimate Rider, if they decide to bring them back

Bluecomet - 2022-07-07 @ 5:06 am

I think Fin Fang Foom is more feasible than blackbird.

On another note, how about a 2 vehicle Ghost Rider? Features similar to the Mezco Ghost Rider with lights and sounds.

From the 90s, i remember this version of the hell cycle

Haslab with 2 Ghost rider lights and sound vehicles.

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leokearon - 2022-07-04 @ 4:37 pm
On 7/4/2022 at 2:47 PM, Kikipage1984 said:

Honestly I think a blackbird would be cool but a foom would be better as i prefer charactersbut my hope is a Robbie Reyes with hell charger

It would be doable

Kikipage1984 - 2022-07-04 @ 1:47 pm

Honestly I think a blackbird would be cool but a foom would be better as i prefer charactersbut my hope is a Robbie Reyes with hell charger

leokearon - 2022-07-04 @ 7:24 am
On 7/3/2022 at 11:23 PM, tarot said:

twice as much? Nah mate it would be closer five times as much. 1500 at the minimum. The hiss tank is like a bike from the rider's line compared to what a Blackbird jet size would be.

Yeah, a Blackbird would be way too big and expensive

NotNamed - 2022-07-04 @ 6:19 am

Fin Fang Foom

Satam - 2022-07-04 @ 4:43 am
On 7/3/2022 at 11:51 PM, MRT said:

Black bird is too big. Even if they did make it, I wouldn't back it. If i'm remembering correctly from the Agent's of Shield TV show, I think the quin jet is doable. It wasn't too big and can carry several figures.

I'd be down for Punisher Van and Hell charger too.

A Quinjet in Legends scale would be around 3 feet long and two feet wide. Totally doable.

Goldbug - 2022-07-04 @ 4:16 am

if it is a Blackbird they would have to do it for the Retro 3.75 inch line

I can see a stretch goal being Professor X with his hover chair in his flight suit from the 90's animated series

heck they should do the animated version to coincide with the release of the new cartoon

MRT - 2022-07-04 @ 3:51 am

Black bird is too big. Even if they did make it, I wouldn't back it. If i'm remembering correctly from the Agent's of Shield TV show, I think the quin jet is doable. It wasn't too big and can carry several figures.

I'd be down for Punisher Van and Hell charger too.

DarthDoodleBob - 2022-07-04 @ 3:48 am

Im in the same place as Reno, Ive got 20 years of figures, two Sentinels and two Galacti. What else can they pull out of the bag thats going to make me want to shell out the cash again? I already have all of the Legends BAFs, my FFF is good enough. Blackbird would be cool, but man, the SPACE would be ridiculous! Id buy a real scale Lockjaw with some of the missing Royal Family: Crystal, Karnak, Gorgon, Triton & Maximus.

I think if they price it right and they put the effort of back lights and different backdrop options, a sealed figure display would make me buy in possibly a couple or few of them.

Figure box sets arent the Haslab focus, those are targeted as exclusives, so thats unrealistic to hope for. With the price hikes, Im skeptical theres something coming that will fund at all.

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