SDCC 2022: Marvel Legends Features Classic Black Panther and MCU’s Namor!

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This year’s San Diego Comic Con brought a bunch of announcements regarding Marvel’s next phase of the MCU. As a result, Hasbro Pulse has been flooded with new listings for upcoming figures. We’ve grouped them all in one article. Check out all the new toys below!

The Wakanda Forever wave of Marvel Legends figures pays tribute to new characters as well as the classic comic. With this wave, you’ll get Hatut Zeraze, Classic Black Panther, MCU’s Everett Ross, MCU’s Nakia, and the first appearance of the legendary Namor in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The Build-A-Figure for this set is a long-standing enemy of Namor: Attuma.

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The MCU figures don’t end there. Another version of Loki is on the way; this one comes packaged with an electronic replica of the Tesseract. The Space Stone lights up, and that’s really about it. Bit of a dud, to be honest, especially since this set costs $66.99.

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Hasbro is still continuing the line of Toy Biz-inspired action figures. The following two include Beast from X-MEN and Scorpion, based on his appearance in the Spider-Man: The Animated Series. Beast will run you $33.99 while Scorpion is $24.99. Hank McCoy will arrive on March 1st. The villainous Mac Gargan will ship a month earlier than the prominent blue doctor.

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The two beings who held the title of “Herald of Galactus” before the Silver Surfer were Terrax and Fallen One. This two-pack is $62.99 and will ship around January 1st, 2023.

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Another long-gone animated series is getting the Marvel Legends treatment. This time it’s the early 1980s cartoon Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends. This short-lived series features Spidey teaming up with Iceman and Firestar. The triple-pack is $74.99 and will arrive at the beginning of January next year.

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What do you think of all these announcements? Let us know below.

[Source: Hasbro Pulse]

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