Sunday, July 21, 2013

SDCC 2013 - Hasbro Marvel Booth Part 2: Captain America, Winter Soldier, Black Widow and Kurse


And the final update from Hasbro's Marvel booth... FINALLY.  A Legends movie Black Widow.  Hasbro put out three new figures from next year's Captain America: The Winter Soldier Legends wave, including Widow, and the two title characters.  Also, two figures from the 3.75" Winter Soldier line, including a new movie-accurate Red Skull.  All look fantastic.  Also, the fifth and final figure from the 3.75" Thor: The Dark World line was put in the case today, Kurse.  And he's a beast.  Photos after the jump.



For those wondering (because I immediately wondered), according to Jesse Falcon in the booth today, no, the Widow figure will unfortunately not have an alternate head with short hair.  But oh well, I'm still stoked that we're getting this figure.  She looks great.

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7 comments:

  1. I hope the unmasked Captain America isn't another Walmart exclusive! The movie Red Skull looks cool.

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  2. Why no Malekith for the Thor line?

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    1. Not sure, didn't get a chance to ask Hasbro about that one. I'd be surprised if we don't see him released somehow, though. Maybe as a retailer exclusive or running change.

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  3. Black Widow looks awesome! I am still hoping for a good Steve Rogers-Cap true to the comics in wave 2, though.
    You wouldn't happen to know anything about there being an Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie series coming out would you?

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    1. I just read the SDCC 2013 Hasbro Marvel Panel article and the new Black Cat figure and Ultimate Green Goblin BAF answered my question, but now I am wondering if there are any figures for sale at Comic Con, or is it just the new ones out on display? I am going to Boston Comic Con tomorrow and have never been before.

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    2. Hasbro, Mattel and many other toy companies sell convention exclusive figures at San Diego comic con, because that's kind of the main con of the season, but typically not any of the other ones. You'll likely just find a bunch of independent dealers selling their wares.

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    3. For outrageous prices too, as it turns out.

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