Marvel Legends SDCC 2022 Reveals

Hasbro had a Marvel Legends panel and booth at SDCC. I only attended on Sunday so I didn’t see their panel. In their booth, they had all their recently released figures like the Thor Love & Thunder Bonebreaker wave, Controller wave, Doctor Strange in The Multiverse of Madness waves, and the upcoming Disney+ wave.

As it’s the 60th Anniversary of Spider-Man they had a lot of Spider-Man-themed figures that they had already revealed before and some brand new ones including a new retro-themed Scorpion and a Spider-Man & The Amazing Friends 3-pack. They also showed off some new Spider-Man villains. They also had the Haslab Sentinel & Galactus figures which looked awesome!

The Mojo set looked incredible and I loved seeing the X-Men VHS figures on display. I would like to have the VHS boxes on display. The animated series inspired Apocalypse looks fantastic in hand as does the Iron Man animated series inspired War Machine which really pops on display. Speaking of X-Men they showed off the Retro-inspired Beast which looks incredible with the labcoat and glasses. I was really impressed to see the upcoming Disney+ wave of figures and I was impressed with the Moon Knight figure. I cannot wait to get it in a few months. I should let you know that I left the event before they added the She-Hulk and Black Panther Wakanda Forever wave were added to the displays. I will cover them in a separate article.

I was really happy to see more Disney+ figures with Loki’s Kang which has an excellent likeness to Jonathan Majors and the older classic Loki played by Richard E. Grant which looks equally excellent. The new Loki with the cosmic cube/tesseract is available to pre-order already from many outlets. This one looks better than the first Loki series figure that was released.

By Samuel Demchy-Cooper

Samuel is from the UK. He is an avid film fan and critic and a very passionate action figure collector. Basically he's a bit of a nerd. He collects mostly NECA, Mcfarlane's The Walking Dead line, Hasbro: Star Wars Black Series, Marvel Legends and some Play Arts Kai. He would love to collect even more high end figures someday. He also does digital art, collect films on Blu-Ray, and is a voice artist.

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