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NYCC 2009: Marvel Legends & Universe TRU, Walmart Exclusive 2 & 3 Packs, More
Marvel: Outsiders on 2009-02-06

The following is what Hasbro has in the works for the Marvel series!

* Walmart exclusive 3 3/4" Marvel Universe 2-packs called Gigantic Battles. This 2-pack will consist of a figure will be around 12-13" and another regular 3 3/4" in size and estimate cost of $25.00. These 2-packs will be hitting Walmart in Fall of 2009.

* Exclusively to Toys R' Us will be 3-packs. One set will be Spider-Man and his amazing friends with Spider-Man, Firestar and Iceman.

* The second wave of Marvel Legends 2-packs with Iron Man that was shown at SDCC originaly are now Toys R' Us and Diamond Previews exclusives.

* Hasbro is going to be running a poll on their website starting very soon where people vote for their top 5 characters they want made for the 3 3/4" Marvel Universe line.

* 3 3/4" Marvel Universe Nick Fury is a mail-away exclusive figure.

* The X-Men Origins: Wolverine Premium figures will be Wal-Mart exclusives.

* Check out images for these and more included single carded 3 3/4" Marvel Universe, New Mighty Muggs and Superhero Squad below.


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Jmacq1
2009-02-10
1:44 pm

So far Target is still doing all right. They (like Wal-Mart) also posted gains last quarter. Toys r Us is probably going the way of Circuit City within the next couple years, though.Might take a little longer than that though. Oddly enough, the TRUs in my area have actually seemed a little busier than normal for "off season" this year. The last few years, if I were visiting on a weekday, I was often the only customer in the store at some of the local TRUs. The last couple months, ... read post  
melkor08
2009-02-09
10:24 pm

not saying i support walmart thats just how it is be glad you have some other places to shop and get your mls or mu figs or whatever  
melkor08
2009-02-09
10:23 pm

electro you should come down to alabama or the southern us in general if you wanna see walmarts power. if you look at walmart economically its the only retailer not having trouble and making a profit. dont be surprised if tru and target fold before the economic crisis is over if and when that happens all toys will be sold at walmart or not sold at all period.in mobile there are no mom and pop toy stores the have all been taken down by walmart.  
Jmacq1
2009-02-09
7:59 pm

Eh, the build of a character varies a heck of a lot between artists. Hank Pym never struck me as a really burly kinda guy.  
annihilator
2009-02-09
6:18 pm

THat Goliath is too scrawny for my taste. As I recall in the old Avengers books, Goliath was chiseled and fairly broad shouldered and bulky and engaged Hercules in a lil brawl.  
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