Post SDCC 2022 Marvel Legends Reveals

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Before the end of SDCC this year Hasbro added some more figures to their display booths. They added the whole wave of Marvel Legends Black Panther Wakanda Forever figures as well as She-Hulk from the upcoming Disney+ wave which contains all the lead characters from the newer Disney+ Marvel shows as well Sharon Carter from The Falcon & The Winter Soldier.

The Black Panther Wakanda Forever looks great with a mix of movie and comic book-based figures with a classic version of Black Panther & Hatut Zeraze. They had these two on display from the beginning of the show and the movie figures are Namor, Nakia, Okoye, and Everett Ross with the BAF being Attuma. I really like the look of the newer figures that we are getting in this wave. I especially like the look of Nakia whose outfit looks somewhat aquatic and Namor who I think has a great design in the MCU. Also, the Attuma BAF figure looks fantastic too.

I don’t doubt that we’ll see a wave 2 sometime after the film’s release as there are some characters missing including the new Black Panther whoever they will be! Hasbro did a great job with the figures from the first film and I hold the same belief that they would do the same for its sequel.

They also revealed She-Hulk who does look absolutely fantastic and well worth the wait as they have been building up to this figure for a long time. The likeness to the actress is very strong, I like the homage to her comic outfit as well. Unfortunately, she isn’t up for pre-order yet but she will be later this year before the wave hits retail.

They also revealed the next Haslab project for Marvel which is Ghost Rider related and beyond that we don’t have any idea of what it will be.

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