Marvel Legends Thunderstrike Figure Video Review And Images

Marvel Legends Thunderstrike Figure Video Review And Images


Jay Cochran - October 03, 2020
ShartimusPrime takes a look at the new Marvel Legends Thunderstrike figure from Hasbro. You can purchase this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.



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Gigantor - 2020-10-09 @ 2:23 am
On 10/6/2020 at 7:55 AM, bashpics99 said:

the theory is that without BAFs the character selection would become more limited & fewer 'obscure' characters would get figures, instead more variants of Wolverine, Deadpool, Spidey, Iron Man, etc.   I think the current mix of BAF waves along with retro waves & sets/solo releases works pretty well but i do agree some figures in BAF waves are awfully bare-bones. it would be great if every character came with at least an alternate head or alternate hands (whichever was more appropriate). 

With the annual price increases, they need to start including alternate head sculpt & alternate hands with every single figure!

EUPHORICVIKING - 2020-10-06 @ 2:52 pm
1 hour ago, bashpics99 said:

the theory is that without BAFs the character selection would become more limited & fewer 'obscure' characters would get figures, instead more variants of Wolverine, Deadpool, Spidey, Iron Man, etc.   I think the current mix of BAF waves along with retro waves & sets/solo releases works pretty well but i do agree some figures in BAF waves are awfully bare-bones. it would be great if every character came with at least an alternate head or alternate hands (whichever was more appropriate). 

It's a give and take for sure. On one hands its cool we get obscure characters but on the other it would be nice to want to buy the figure because they are well done not cause you need the leg it comes with... like Kingpin Wave was pretty mediocre, Venom pool has a lot of characters I could easily skip. If they didn't have baf pieces the individual figure would be better for sure. I'm still happy they gave Thunderstrike a yelling face and it looks spot on.  We get so many Neutral Faces that are Great for portrait shots but it's rare we get screaming, angry in battle mode.  I'm excited to get some expression out of my shots. I can't see people buying Thunderstrike unless they are fans anyways... WE ALL KNOW that a comic Mr. Fix-it deluxe figure is right around the corner. Probably in February. 

Thunderstrike (Eric Masterson) - Wikipedia

bashpics99 - 2020-10-06 @ 12:55 pm
31 minutes ago, EUPHORICVIKING said:

Honestly, I'd really like to see them do away with the build a figures. That way we might see more detail, extra hands and extra heads packed in with the figure. 

the theory is that without BAFs the character selection would become more limited & fewer 'obscure' characters would get figures, instead more variants of Wolverine, Deadpool, Spidey, Iron Man, etc.   I think the current mix of BAF waves along with retro waves & sets/solo releases works pretty well but i do agree some figures in BAF waves are awfully bare-bones. it would be great if every character came with at least an alternate head or alternate hands (whichever was more appropriate). 

EUPHORICVIKING - 2020-10-06 @ 12:25 pm
9 hours ago, Atlantis said:

I like the idea of having more expressive faces, and good to see they're experimenting. Some hit the mark and some don't. A neutral head here would've offset this one, 'cause even after just seeing it in pictures, he's beginning to look crazed and ridiculous. They should also experiment with articulated pony tails 'cause its way too easy to break this thing off. BossFight manages to get it done, take a cue from them. Still, hope they continue to work in some variation for the faces. Guardian needs a new less grumpy face too!

Honestly, I'd really like to see them do away with the build a figures. That way we might see more detail, extra hands and extra heads packed in with the figure. 

leokearon - 2020-10-06 @ 7:20 am
4 hours ago, Atlantis said:

I like the idea of having more expressive faces, and good to see they're experimenting. Some hit the mark and some don't. A neutral head here would've offset this one, 'cause even after just seeing it in pictures, he's beginning to look crazed and ridiculous. They should also experiment with articulated pony tails 'cause its way too easy to break this thing off. BossFight manages to get it done, take a cue from them. Still, hope they continue to work in some variation for the faces. Guardian needs a new less grumpy face too!

I don't mind expressive heads as long as there is another opinion. I think Nightcrawler was the way to go with three different heads

Atlantis - 2020-10-06 @ 3:13 am
14 hours ago, EUPHORICVIKING said:

Im probably the only one but Im glad they included a yelling head. We always get less than expressive head sculpts which i get give you more of a variety looks...

I like the idea of having more expressive faces, and good to see they're experimenting. Some hit the mark and some don't. A neutral head here would've offset this one, 'cause even after just seeing it in pictures, he's beginning to look crazed and ridiculous. They should also experiment with articulated pony tails 'cause its way too easy to break this thing off. BossFight manages to get it done, take a cue from them. Still, hope they continue to work in some variation for the faces. Guardian needs a new less grumpy face too!

Satam - 2020-10-05 @ 6:39 pm

 

6 hours ago, bashpics99 said:

Not really interested in this guy, but man, the more I look at fixit the more I like him (inaccuracies notwithstanding). So well see, I guess. But agree with everyone else that a 2nd non-yelling head wouldve been a good inclusion

But if he came with a head that wasn't yelling, even as an extra, this guy just wouldn't be EXTREEEME enough.

EUPHORICVIKING - 2020-10-05 @ 2:13 pm
1 hour ago, monron999 said:

I'll second this. Though the legs may be a little off, it's far from the worst problem. I do like the figure and I do like the character so I'll take what we can get. Just glad to have a Thunderstrike and glad that it scales well with other Thor types.

Especially cause this will probably be the last Thunderstrike  we see.  We got a new mold that is well proportion (not perfect, but none of them are (superhero proportions)) This has enough to make him unique and fits in scale  correctly.

I'd actually like to see them make a Kirby Thor at this height even on this mold. 

Say what you will about Hasbro Marvel Legends, but the character selection is incredible. The amount of new Characters they have released and the different versions is untouched. 

monron999 - 2020-10-05 @ 1:27 pm
45 minutes ago, EUPHORICVIKING said:

If you include the Knee pads in his lower leg then yes the proportion are off. If he didn't have the Knee pads your eye wouldn't make the knee cap as part of the lower leg. Also superhero proportions are generally off. Biggest problem we get is the heads are oversized.  when you get it in hand you'll  see what I mean. 

I'll second this. Though the legs may be a little off, it's far from the worst problem. I do like the figure and I do like the character so I'll take what we can get. Just glad to have a Thunderstrike and glad that it scales well with other Thor types.

Gigantor - 2020-10-05 @ 1:23 pm
17 hours ago, Psychosomatic said:

Wonder how hard it would be to customize the head to not be screaming.

Pretty hard. They cheaped out by not including a non screaming head. 

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