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Ok so we all know the problems Marvel Legends now suffers as a result of Hasbro getting the license. We have poor paint jobs, cartoon like sculpts and the unnecessary figures like the X3 group, but we are getting a lot of most wanted figures. There is the trade off, the line survives but it’s not up to the previous standards, until now, sort of.
I just got my hands on the new Wal-mart exclusive 2 packs and I have to say I have mixed opinions about the figures. While I had to have the Cannonball and Domino 2-pack I was on the fence about the Cable/Jean pack. When I finally found them I stood there in the toy aisle for about 15 minutes, debating the need for the Cable figure. After much back and forth I decided I did not want him and put it back. Yes, I put back a toy, and then left without it. This was a really hard decision for me to make, but in the end I think it was the right one. I think as time goes on I will start to refine my toy collecting even more. Come on back tomorrow for the rest of the pictures.
Well the Four Horsemen have done it again, giving us an amazing figure. The Batman in the pictures is there for size comparison only. The outer boxes are huge and well done for fun time opening this figure.
After opening the first box you get a Wayne Enterprises fax about the contents of the box. Very nice touch.
After that you have to take out a furry box, which when opened glows red and makes noises at you.
Now on to the figure one of the best things, besides the sculpt, is the feel of the figure. Old Kurt has some fuzzy areas on his back and the whole figure has a leatherly feel to him. He is a good size and well detailed.
With this new addition to the Bats bad guys we have 7 to Superman’s 8.
I will be off the weekend but check Fwoosh for coverage of the new DCSH or now DCC line at Wizard World, and come back on Monday for Stan “The Man” Lee.