Marvel Legends 6" Fantastic Four Wave Mr. Fantastic Figure Video Review And Images

Marvel Legends 6" Fantastic Four Wave Mr. Fantastic Figure Video Review And Images


Jay Cochran - December 13, 2019
MCUcollector24 takes a look at the new Marvel Legends 6" Mr. Fantastic figure from Hasbro which is part of the Fantastic Four Super Skrull Build-A-Figure wave. You can purchase this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.



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EUPHORICVIKING - 2020-06-29 @ 3:25 pm
On 6/27/2020 at 4:49 AM, Atlantis said:

I still want my translucent Invisible Woman!!

That would be super dope!

Atlantis - 2020-06-27 @ 9:49 am
On ?12?/?16?/?2019 at 4:38 AM, EUPHORICVIKING said:

Honestly if you have the Walgreens Classic versions you don't need these figures. I don't spend money just to spend money. I'm getting Doom x3 but I have no need or use for any of the other figures. I have super skrulls from toybiz which I personally think are superior.

I still want my translucent Invisible Woman!!

leokearon - 2019-12-23 @ 1:12 pm
7 minutes ago, mako said:

What ever you say. I wouldn't know, as I've never had to pay to have an action figure made, but I assume a pair of hands would be cheaper to produce than a pair of bendy arms.

Then again, Hasbro's magic toy-elves (no doubt moonlighting during Santa's off-months) make all this stuff for free, so money is no issue.

Also, the bendy arms weren't new having come from the Ronin wave, so Hasbro were trying to give us something new and different, than just a new head.

mako - 2019-12-23 @ 1:00 pm
10 hours ago, Atlantis said:

That may sound plausible on some levels, but I reject the notion in this case. The same "kitty" that allows for these silly salad scooper hands, would also allow a stretching arm, or really anything else more readily identifiable as belonging to Mr. Fantastic. They dropped the ball here and they didn't have to.

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What ever you say. I wouldn't know, as I've never had to pay to have an action figure made, but I assume a pair of hands would be cheaper to produce than a pair of bendy arms.

Then again, Hasbro's magic toy-elves (no doubt moonlighting during Santa's off-months) make all this stuff for free, so money is no issue.

Atlantis - 2019-12-23 @ 2:52 am
On ?12?/?21?/?2019 at 3:08 PM, mako said:

And what part of the FF wave would you be willing to lose to get these repainted arms?

People keep forgetting, EVERYTHING that goes into that package, including the package itself, is subtracted from a finite budget. Every ounce of plastic, every POA, every paint app., accessory, and BAF piece comes out of the kitty. Sometimes to get one figure great, you have to, as my Dad was always fond of saying: "Rob Peter to pay Paul." *

* Yeah, I know, it sounded better coming from Patrick Duffy on Dallas.

That may sound plausible on some levels, but I reject the notion in this case. The same "kitty" that allows for these silly salad scooper hands, would also allow a stretching arm, or really anything else more readily identifiable as belonging to Mr. Fantastic. They dropped the ball here and they didn't have to.

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ToySoldier - 2019-12-22 @ 11:17 pm

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mako - 2019-12-22 @ 12:08 am
16 hours ago, Atlantis said:

Ahhhh, but that's just it- its NOT too much to ask for! This very wave proves that: Dr. Doom and She-Hulk are right off the comic book page. And Hasbro has been killing it with the X-Men waves; quality work, and virtually all as comic-accurate as they can be (although I'm sure a lot of people would take issue with Cannonball). We KNOW they can do great things; we also know they can fumble hard (Cap Falcon with NO WINGS comes to mind). No reason for them not to recolor one of the original Mr Fantastic extended arms, or even the legs, for the "modern" suit.

And what part of the FF wave would you be willing to lose to get these repainted arms?

People keep forgetting, EVERYTHING that goes into that package, including the package itself, is subtracted from a finite budget. Every ounce of plastic, every POA, every paint app., accessory, and BAF piece comes out of the kitty. Sometimes to get one figure great, you have to, as my Dad was always fond of saying: "Rob Peter to pay Paul." *

* Yeah, I know, it sounded better coming from Patrick Duffy on Dallas.

leokearon - 2019-12-21 @ 8:37 am
1 hour ago, Atlantis said:

Ahhhh, but that's just it- its NOT too much to ask for! This very wave proves that: Dr. Doom and She-Hulk are right off the comic book page. And Hasbro has been killing it with the X-Men waves; quality work, and virtually all as comic-accurate as they can be (although I'm sure a lot of people would take issue with Cannonball). We KNOW they can do great things; we also know they can fumble hard (Cap Falcon with NO WINGS comes to mind). No reason for them not to recolor one of the original Mr Fantastic extended arms, or even the legs, for the "modern" suit.

Everything sadly comes down to cost (we know there is a paint budget for example). Even redecoing the arms would cost a bit

Atlantis - 2019-12-21 @ 7:07 am
3 hours ago, Bluecomet said:

I prefer the long arms rather than fingers, does not make sense at all....they did manage to redeem via the long hands in the super skrull...they should have alternate arms with alternate hands...i guess to much to ask from marvel legends.

Ahhhh, but that's just it- its NOT too much to ask for! This very wave proves that: Dr. Doom and She-Hulk are right off the comic book page. And Hasbro has been killing it with the X-Men waves; quality work, and virtually all as comic-accurate as they can be (although I'm sure a lot of people would take issue with Cannonball). We KNOW they can do great things; we also know they can fumble hard (Cap Falcon with NO WINGS comes to mind). No reason for them not to recolor one of the original Mr Fantastic extended arms, or even the legs, for the "modern" suit.

Bluecomet - 2019-12-21 @ 2:58 am

I prefer the long arms rather than fingers, does not make sense at all....they did manage to redeem via the long hands in the super skrull...they should have alternate arms with alternate hands...i guess to much to ask from marvel legends.

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