Marvel Legends 3.75" Retro Wave 8 Figures From Hasbro

Marvel Legends 3.75" Retro Wave 8 Figures From Hasbro


Jay Cochran - November 19, 2022
Our sponsor Entertainment Earth has the Marvel Legends Retro Collection Wave 8 figures which were first shown off last month during Hasbro's 1027 event up for pre-order. This wave includes Classic Power Man, Classic Spider-Woman and Dr. Doom.

If you pre-order it by the case which would get those in the US FREE SHIPPING when you use code HOLIDAYFREE22, then it looks like repacks of Spider-Man, Wolverine and Hulk will be included as well.
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Atlantis - 2022-11-21 @ 8:02 pm

Hey I'm just hoping they get the 6" Power Man right, and not put him on the Red Skull or Black Tom mold lol

Atlantis - 2022-11-21 @ 8:01 pm

I admit I like the vibrant colors used for these figures, but the lack of articulation, detail, and scale.....its a pass for me. One or two might not be so bad for office decorations I suppose.

Goldbug - 2022-11-21 @ 2:03 am
On 11/19/2022 at 12:48 PM, tarot said:

Because despite what you said people are buying them. As we have seen in the past, hasbro does not keep a line going if it does not sell. Give that we are now in the 8th wave of these, it proof that there is a market for them.

true and their profits must be much higher because of the cheaper build therefore they keep them going

monron999 - 2022-11-20 @ 5:14 am
On 11/19/2022 at 12:48 PM, tarot said:

Because despite what you said people are buying them. As we have seen in the past, hasbro does not keep a line going if it does not sell. Give that we are now in the 8th wave of these, it proof that there is a market for them.

If you say so, bro. I know SOME people actually buy this but I am hard pressed to find anyone who thinks this is a good use of resources over expanding the ML line or, better yet, reviving the ML/MU line. I know supply is a little harder to come by where you're at but here they can't even give that isht away. I had pics of just stacks and stacks of those 2 packs literally gathering cakes of dust on them but I hadda delete some space on my phone, but I sure as hell can easily go get some pics from my local WM. Thing is, by you logic Hasbro woulda axed Star Wars Black and all that Sequel Trilogy crap a long time ago and just stuck with the Vintage line, but no, they're still grinding and pushing it strong as ever. Hasbro has commitments and also benefits from taking a certain amount of losses per year while still remaining profitable. I think these things are just part of working the system.

Air-Walker - 2022-11-19 @ 7:01 pm

These would be soooooo dope if they were super-articulated. I know that this might defeat the purpose of these, and that there's already been a 3.75" line, but even so, I think the more toony and exaggerated style to these would be wicked with some extra joints. I'd be alllll over it, especially with that packaging. I find as I get older I prefer things lighter, fluffier (in terms if vibe) and rich in the old Saturday Morning Cartoon vibe (gawd I miss those days!)

tarot - 2022-11-19 @ 6:48 pm
On 11/19/2022 at 6:14 PM, monron999 said:

Why are these still a thing? Seriously, is this some kind of money laundering thing, cuz they barely sell, then they sit on the shelves for months on end and then they never go to clearance. They just disappear. I've looked at all the usual outlets and discount stores like Ross and TJ Maxx and Ollie's and never see them again. I would pay maybe $4 of $5 for them, which honestly is what they should cost anyway, if I did manage to find them on discount, but it never happens. They just go away. It's weird.

Because despite what you said people are buying them. As we have seen in the past, hasbro does not keep a line going if it does not sell. Give that we are now in the 8th wave of these, it proof that there is a market for them.

monron999 - 2022-11-19 @ 6:14 pm

Why are these still a thing? Seriously, is this some kind of money laundering thing, cuz they barely sell, then they sit on the shelves for months on end and then they never go to clearance. They just disappear. I've looked at all the usual outlets and discount stores like Ross and TJ Maxx and Ollie's and never see them again. I would pay maybe $4 of $5 for them, which honestly is what they should cost anyway, if I did manage to find them on discount, but it never happens. They just go away. It's weird.

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