More In-Hand Images For The Marvel Legends 20th Anniversary Captain America Figure From Hasbro

More In-Hand Images For The Marvel Legends 20th Anniversary Captain America Figure From Hasbro


Jay Cochran - January 20, 2022
Following up form yesterday, here are more in-hand images of the new Marvel Legends 20th Anniversary Captain America figure which has begun to see release overseas. This time the images show the figure out of the package and come via Gapzero.

This is the first figure in the Marvel Legends 20th Anniversary sub-line which will be followed by Iron Man, Hulk and Toad. After that we can expect to see at least 8 additional figures released in this line throughout 2022. Cap, Iron Man and Hulk are currently available for pre-order at our sponsors Entertainment Earth and BigBadToyStore.com.
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JohnF - 2022-02-07 @ 6:49 pm
On 2/7/2022 at 9:19 AM, Emnems80 said:

Hasbro will probably rerelease it down the road without the extra accessories and hopefully with a shield without the holes. Down side is that it will be when the prices are at the 25 dollar price point.

Yeah... I can see that happening. Tough time to be a collector when it comes to prices.

Emnems80 - 2022-02-07 @ 7:19 am
On 2/4/2022 at 7:36 AM, JohnF said:

I really like this Cap figure, from how it looks to the accessories, but it's too expensive.

Hasbro will probably rerelease it down the road without the extra accessories and hopefully with a shield without the holes. Down side is that it will be when the prices are at the 25 dollar price point.

JohnF - 2022-02-04 @ 3:36 pm

I really like this Cap figure, from how it looks to the accessories, but it's too expensive.

JayC - 2022-02-04 @ 2:55 pm

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SpiderS - 2022-01-22 @ 11:44 pm

This figure is sick, I wasn't too happy with anniversary Cap, one head was ok but another straight up lame, this figure gets much better headsculpt that its up there with ML series 1 head it replicates even though it absolutely different look, either way this figure is must get, even though I saw review unparalleled head blue there was wayyyyy too bright but on these pics blue is actually perfect and even shield look super impressive and I think much bigger than most comic book style shields we got?

EvilHayato - 2022-01-22 @ 3:44 pm
On 1/22/2022 at 4:31 AM, Atlantis said:

That upcoming Sabertooth is the worst, and its bizarre when I see people commenting how its his "first appearance" look, or how the fingerless gloves/toeless boots are "classic" or whatever. I say to them, go back and read the Iron Fist book of ST's first appearance. This proposed new version does NOT look like that, nor can I recall any version of ST that looked like that. The sculptor's job wasn't to tell ST's story the way HE wanted it told. Regardless of what his interpretation or "artist's" flare is, he can't make something look so alien to the source material and then turn around and say its faithful to that material.

I completely agree. I think they give artists alittle too much freedom instead of making a 1 to 1 look. Theres a few too many creative liberties that go on with some of the figures sculpts. Hulk is particularly one of them.

Atlantis - 2022-01-22 @ 9:31 am
On 1/21/2022 at 9:07 AM, EvilHayato said:

"... I was looking forward to this hulk and am a fan of Hardings work .....but he put too much of his own take on the sculpt that it looks nothing like any version of hulk. It looks like its own thing ...he put too much of his own spin on it (Sabertooth) instead of just doing a proper version..."

That upcoming Sabertooth is the worst, and its bizarre when I see people commenting how its his "first appearance" look, or how the fingerless gloves/toeless boots are "classic" or whatever. I say to them, go back and read the Iron Fist book of ST's first appearance. This proposed new version does NOT look like that, nor can I recall any version of ST that looked like that. The sculptor's job wasn't to tell ST's story the way HE wanted it told. Regardless of what his interpretation or "artist's" flare is, he can't make something look so alien to the source material and then turn around and say its faithful to that material.

EvilHayato - 2022-01-21 @ 6:07 pm
On 1/21/2022 at 12:47 PM, Sasquatch said:

Hasbro has had a run of bad headsculpts lately, which is unusual because they used to be consistently good. It made me wonder if they are all attributable to one artist but I don't know. For me, it started with retro Rogue and the initial reveal that sparked a lot of criticism. Some felt the final product was better, but I still never liked it and prefer the Juggernaut wave Rogue's headsculpt. Then, obviously Sue Storm. No need to rehash that as it was universally panned as awful. The 20th Anniversary Hulk is bad and made me immediately pass on it, even though I'm a huge Hulk fan. Some people didn't like the headsculpt on AOA Shadowcat. That was one I didn't mind. The upcoming Sabretooth is another awful one. I will pass, even though I'd love to have a classic-costumed Sabretooth. The Apocalypse wave Sabretooth has a much better headsculpt. The new Dr. Strange, while not necessarily bad, I don't feel really captures Dr. Strange's classic angular look but rather has an older, pudgier face than fans associate with him.

Theyve had their stinkers throughout having the marvel license. They are mostly great to acceptable levels even tho it seems like one of their sculptors loves to have more than an eye length apart between their eyes on their headsculpts and it is very consistent with multiple headsculpts. Its far from bad but its a bit awkward and offputting to see. I was looking forward to this hulk and am a fan of Hardings work but he put too much of his own take on the sculpt that it looks nothing like any version of hulk. It looks like its own thing which is bad when its supposed to represent a 20th anniversary of an established line. That Sabertooth is also another of Hardings work which I feel he put too much of his own spin on it instead of just doing a proper version. Its good if you like his work and is far from bad looking but bad if you just want a more accurate interpretation of the character.

Sasquatch - 2022-01-21 @ 5:47 pm
On 1/21/2022 at 9:59 AM, The Mad Bubbler said:

Yeah. The figure just doesn't resemble any version of Hulk from any form of media. It's not good. These are supposed to be "special" figures, but the 80th. Anniversary one is 100 times better. I could maybe be suckered in to buying a cool-looking repaint of it, but this fugly one, I'll only buy at steep discount, as kind of a joke, an example of a terrible figure to chuckle at. Hasbro needs some consistency- their head sculpts have been getting more inconsistent in quality lately. Sue Storm is not great, this Hulk is awful, and the upcoming Sabertooth is cartoonish and terrible.

Hasbro has had a run of bad headsculpts lately, which is unusual because they used to be consistently good. It made me wonder if they are all attributable to one artist but I don't know. For me, it started with retro Rogue and the initial reveal that sparked a lot of criticism. Some felt the final product was better, but I still never liked it and prefer the Juggernaut wave Rogue's headsculpt. Then, obviously Sue Storm. No need to rehash that as it was universally panned as awful. The 20th Anniversary Hulk is bad and made me immediately pass on it, even though I'm a huge Hulk fan. Some people didn't like the headsculpt on AOA Shadowcat. That was one I didn't mind. The upcoming Sabretooth is another awful one. I will pass, even though I'd love to have a classic-costumed Sabretooth. The Apocalypse wave Sabretooth has a much better headsculpt. The new Dr. Strange, while not necessarily bad, I don't feel really captures Dr. Strange's classic angular look but rather has an older, pudgier face than fans associate with him.

The Mad Bubbler - 2022-01-21 @ 3:06 pm
On 1/20/2022 at 5:28 PM, McHogan said:

I mean... its right there on the comic art included WITH this figure..why we havent gotten purple tight-whities Hulk yet is beyond me. Really one of the last classic looks weve yet to get.

I accept that Hasbro prob wont make a dedicated sculpt for Avengers 1 era Hulk but in the art this body would work for hisHulk 300 era appearance. For 1st app, Hed need to be much smaller, bigger forehead.. you know what Im talking about.. 60s era Hulk.

FYI, I still display the ToyBiz 1st appearance Hulk in my collection. While not accurate due to the, yup, long pants, he remains one of the very few TB figs that hold up all these years later. Tho to be fair, he looked like the Hulk we all know and love by Avengers #3 ( long pants and all).

Honestly, Im buying this guy. But until we DO get purple skivvies Hulk, this is probably my last one

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Yes! I would definitely buy THIS Hulk (without a terrible head sculpt). And I agree- Hasbro probably won't do a completely unique body just for early-Silver-Age Hulk, but re-using it and having it be slightly too big is good enough for me.

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