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Re: Marvel Legends
« Reply #3495 on: February 12, 2015, 11:08 AM »
Cedar Falls, IA. Specifically, Wal-Mart. They must be early on their reset, since I never find these early.

Not that far from MN.  Thanks!
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Re: Marvel Legends
« Reply #3496 on: February 19, 2015, 12:57 PM »
Well, for as little Star Wars as there was at Toy Fair, Hasbro definitely brought out the big guns for Marvel.  Legends is pretty much the only line I regularly collect (aside from the recently started Batman: TAS stuff), so I'm pretty excited about what's on the way - but still trying to figure out how to afford it all.  Aside from the Avengers wave that is now hitting (Odin BAF), here's what was shown/announced:

Avengers Legends - Thanos BAF
Hellcat
Spider-Woman
Batroc
Captain America (Age of Ultron)
Hulk (Age of Ultron)
Iron Man (Age of Ultron)

Avengers Legends - Hulkbuster BAF
Dr. Strange
Blizzard
Vision
Marvel NOW Iron Man
War Machine
Thundra
Valkyrie

Ant-Man Legends - Ultron BAF
Ant-Man (Movie)
Wasp
Tiger Shark
Bulldozer
Grim Reaper
Giant Man

Spider-Man Legends - Hobgoblin BAF
Daredevil
Spider-Man
Spider-Man 2099
Ultimate Spider-Woman
Anti-Venom
Spider Girl

Spider-Man Legends - Rhino BAF
Ghost Rider
Scarlet Spider
Misty Knight
Chameleon (w/JJJ and Hammerhead heads)
Kraven
Superior Venom
White Tiger

Exclusives
Amazon 4 Pack (Movie Banner, Thor, Hawkeye, and Black Widow)
Target 3 Pack (Doc Green, White Vision, Comic Ultron)
SHIELD 3 Pack (Coulson, Hill, Fury)

Now that is a lot of Legends for one year.  I don't know if we even saw these levels in the Toy Biz days (back when - at least for awhile - Legends were $10 or less).  I'd like to get them all, but had planned to be saving for the Force Awakens a lot this year too, so we'll have to see.  A lot of cool stuff in there though, especially the Hulkbuster (supposed to be 9" tall or so), the Chameleon with JJJ head, Misty Knight, finishing off the Wrecking Crew with Bulldozer, as well as characters like Thundra and Hellcat.

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Re: Marvel Legends
« Reply #3497 on: February 19, 2015, 01:21 PM »
I love the fact that the company everyone is complaining about not caring about fans anymore is making a friggin' Misty Knight Legends figure.  #smh
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Re: Marvel Legends
« Reply #3498 on: February 19, 2015, 01:35 PM »
I only collect the movie figures, so the Avengers wave with Hulkbuster and Ant Man wave with Ultron kinda irritate me. I didn't mind the Guardians wave last year where I ended up selling off two figures, but selling off five or six just to get the Build-A-Figure is a pain. The fact that there are plenty of Age of Ultron figures not in the Hulkbuster wave just adds insult to injury. I wish Hasbro would line it up so a wave with a movie BAF would be comprised mostly of movie-based figures.

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Re: Marvel Legends
« Reply #3499 on: February 20, 2015, 11:42 PM »
I finally found Machine Man tonight at Walmart...my first and likely, only purchase from this line. A#1!
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Re: Marvel Legends
« Reply #3500 on: March 29, 2015, 08:45 PM »
I saw the Thanos wave today.  And the new Avengers movie figures look pretty good.  It's tough for me to accept the current  pricing though. I know that the Star Wars 6" figures sell for $19.99 each. But when I was collecting Marvel Legends figures sold for about $12 or $13 per figure.  I guess that history with the line makes that pricing a little difficult to swallow.
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Re: Marvel Legends
« Reply #3501 on: April 24, 2015, 01:38 PM »
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