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  2. LEGO has announced several new LEGO sets that are slated for a January 2023 release. Check out images below. 76244 Miles Morales vs Morbius - 220 pieces - $24.99 Put Marvel adventures and a supercool car into the hands of kids aged 7 and up with the action-packed LEGO Marvel Miles Morales vs. Morbius (76244). Miles Morales Spidey building toy Marvel fans will love this high-speed set featuring Miles Morales and vampire villain Morbius minifigures, plus a host of authentic accessories and a super racer car. The car features 2 stud shooters at the front and a large booster element at the back for when extra power is required. There’s also a large web element for Miles Morales to ‘sling’ and a pair of bats to assist Morbius in his crooked plans. For added digital fun, the LEGO Builder app features intuitive zoom and rotate tools that let kids visualize their model as they build. -High-powered Spidey car – LEGO Marvel Miles Morales vs. Morbius (76244) puts supercharged Super Hero fun into the hands of young Spider-Man fans -Authentic action – Includes 2 iconic minifigures, Miles Morales and Morbius, plus a souped-up car with 2 stud shooters and a booster element at the rear -Classic Marvel fun – Kids join Miles Morales in pursuit of villain Morbius in a high-speed adventure involving weapons and web slinging -Gift for Spider-Man fans – A fun-packed birthday, holiday or any-day treat for kids aged 7 and up -Portable playset – This versatile build-and-play toy measures over 2 in. (6 cm) high, 9 in. (23 cm) long and 3.5 in. (9 cm) wide, giving kids instant Super Hero action wherever they take it 76245 Ghost Rider Mech & Bike - 264 pieces - $34.99 Treat Super Hero fans aged 7 and up to mega motorcycle adventures with the large-scale LEGO Marvel Ghost Rider Mech & Bike (76245). Mighty mech action – on wheels! Kids place the Ghost Rider LEGO minifigure into the opening cockpit of the Ghost Rider mech. The jointed mech has movable arms, legs and hands, allowing it to be positioned and posed for endless play-and-display possibilities. An attachable chain inspires imaginative action as kids take the supersized mech for a ride in search of bad guys. The bike stands upright unaided and features exhaust flames and a seat element that ensures the mech remains in the saddle when on the move. For added digital fun, the LEGO Builder app features intuitive zoom and rotate tools that let kids visualize their model as they build. -Mech and motorcycle – Young Super Heroes will enjoy endless imaginative play with LEGO® Marvel Ghost Rider Mech & Bike (76245), the mega, movable mech on wheels -Iconic character – Includes a Ghost Rider minifigure, a buildable Ghost Rider mech with fully jointed arms, legs and fingers, and a scaled-up motorcycle to which the mech attaches -A wild ride – Bad guys don’t stand a chance with this motorbiking mech’s movable arms, legs, crushing hands and soul-catching chain -Gift for kids – Fans of mechs, motorcycles or Marvel movies aged 7 and up will love to receive this hands-on, buildable toy as a birthday, holiday or any-day treat -Large play-and-display model – The motorcycle alone measures over 4 in. (10 cm) high, 11.5 in. (30 cm) long and 2 in. (7 cm) wide 76247 The Hulkbuster: The Battle of Wakanda - 385 pieces - $49.99 Put action from Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War into kids’ hands with the highly posable LEGO Marvel The Hulkbuster: The Battle of Wakanda (76247). This mega, movable mech and 4 minifigures make an ideal gift for young Marvel fans aged 8 and up. Jointed Hulkbuster for authentic Marvel action Based on a scene from Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War, this versatile playset features a buildable Hulkbuster mega suit, which has multiple articulation so kids can move, position and pose the mech with ease. Locked knee joints provide excellent stability, and an opening cockpit reveals space for the minifigure pilot. There are 4 minifigures included in the set: Bruce Banner, Okoye and 2 outriders. Bruce Banner’s head rotates to show him ‘turning green’. Okoye carries a spear. For added digital fun, the LEGO Builder app features intuitive zoom and rotate tools that let kids visualize their model as they build. -Marvel’s mega mech – Put action from Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War into the hands of your young Super Hero with the posable LEGO® Marvel The Hulkbuster: The Battle of Wakanda (76247) playset -Iconic action heroes – Includes a buildable Hulkbuster and 4 minifigures: Bruce Banner, whose head turns to reveal a ‘going green’ face, Okoye, who carries a spear, and 2 outriders -Multi-jointed movement – Kids can move, position and pose the mech as they play. Locked knee joints provide stability, and an opening cockpit reveals space for the minifigure pilot -Gift for kids – Give this hands-on, buildable Hulkbuster playset as a birthday, holiday or any-day treat to a fan of Super Hero action and Marvel movies aged 8 and up -Pick-up-and-play – This portable mech figure stands over 5 in. (15 cm) tall, so kids can take it wherever they go 76248 The Avengers Quinjet - 795 pieces - $99.99 LEGO Marvel The Avengers Quinjet (76248) is an authentic recreation of the famous Super Hero aircraft for kids aged 9 and up to build, display and travel the universe on endless Avengers adventures. Impressively detailed and reconfigurable This detailed recreation of the famous Quinjet spaceship from the Marvel Avengers movies features an opening cockpit, passenger area and rear section, plus a retractable undercarriage and adjustable wings. The set also comes with multiple accessories and 5 iconic minifigures: Black Widow, Thor with his hammer, Iron Man, Captain America with his shield and Loki with his scepter. A choice of 2 sticker sheets lets kids choose to decorate the Quinjet with either Avengers or S.H.I.E.L.D. insignias. When it’s not inspiring endless imaginative adventures, the Quinjet looks amazing displayed on its stand in any kid’s bedroom. For added digital fun, the LEGO Builder app features intuitive zoom and rotate tools that let kids visualize their model as they build. -Detailed spaceship – LEGO® Marvel The Avengers Quinjet (76248) is an authentic recreation of the Super Hero aircraft from the Marvel movies -Famous characters – Includes 5 iconic minifigures: Black Widow, Thor with his hammer, Iron Man, Captain America with his shield and Loki with his scepter -Build, play and display – This detailed recreation of the famous Quinjet aircraft has an opening cockpit, passenger area and rear section, plus a retractable undercarriage and adjustable wings -Gift for Marvel fans – This buildable Quinjet is a thrilling and lasting birthday, holiday or any-day treat for kids aged 9 and up -Epic aircraft adventures – The Quinjet measures over 5.5 in. (14 cm) high, 13.5 in. (34 cm) long and 13.5 in. (35 cm) wide with wheels extended and wings folded -Optional stand and stickers – The model comes with a detachable display stand and a choice of 2 sticker sheets so kids can decorate the Quinjet with either Avengers or S.H.I.E.L.D. insignias
  3. It woulda been pretty cool, though. Looks like an older teens to mid twenties much younger Groot. Like in his prime. As far as the aging process is being played out he'd probably be only a handful of years old but as far as his growth process it does make sense. Be a shame if they just kinda skipped over that time period in the next movie.
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  5. Since he didn't specify X-Men or any other "standard" line, I'm hoping we'll finally get the likes of the Warriors Three and Beta Ray Bill, and maybe close out some of these superteams that are missing one or two members. Classic Valkyrie is way overdue, and its about time they got some more use out of that She-Hulk buck. But if they do lean towards our merry mutants again, could they be so daring as to do the classic Banshee, so soon after this training team suit version? Or, might we at long last see the Angel in his Neal Adams dark blue/white outfit? Hmmmm....
  6. As one of the only non-X Men legends collectors out there it seems, I've been really disappointed with the last several reveal sessions. That's both good and bad as it means I'm also not spending much money, though the onslaught of recent preorder releases has more than made up for that. I'm really hoping we see some stuff I'm interested in soon though, even if they can't show off Quantumania or Marvels stuff yet, there's plenty of stuff on that list that I want that doesn't have any movie dates to abide by, the Infinity Saga wave, the No Way Home wave, the comic Spidey wave. I just want to see something I'm interested in.
  7. So we are starting the X VS A year early. In case anyone is wondering we are also getting Avengers anniversary figures next year.
  8. Hasbro's Dan Yun today on Twitter made indications they are going to start revealing new Marvel Legends soon. So you may be asking yourself when might we see these and what might we see? Well I can tell you we will likely be seeing those two X-Men 60th Anniversary 3-Packs fully revealed that includes (Forge, Jubilee, Storm) and (Banshee, Gambit, Psylock). So far Hasbro has already shown us Banshee, Gambit and Storm. These figures of course feature the X-Men in their Yellow and Blue uniforms as seen in Uncanny X-Men #265. We should also be seeing the Deluxe Blob figure which an image leaked out for a few weeks ago. I believe we will be seeing a couple additional items as well. As for when? It should be by if not before next Thursday (12/8). Of course when the reveals happen we will be sure to update you here.
  9. Unfortunately, this turned out to be a custom. But there is supposed to be a deluxe Groot coming as part of the GOTG Vol 3 line. That was the reason we thought it may have been real. Apologizes for confusion.
  10. If so, that's cool, I didn't think we'd get any Holiday Special figures. Hopefully this means we might see Werewolf by Night figures too. I'd love a Jack and Ted 2-pack.
  11. Watched the Christmas special and they never explain why Groot is so buff... but I'll take another Groot Speaking of the Special, maybe I'm getting tired of the particular brand of humor in the MCU but the best I can say is that it was "okay".. there was some fun moments but overall I'd say "meh"...
  12. I knew when this figure was first released we'd get a comic colored variant down the road, this just isn't how I pictured we'd get him. The comic colors really look nice but since this is like my 5th or 6th preferred armor I wasn't keen on buying a 2nd. I was taking a break from collecting comics so this suit doesn't hold the same nostalgia for me. Also, since this is the suit he voted to end my favorite Avengers title at the time (Avengers West Coast) that's another check against this suit. Never could get into Force Works.... Blaster canon is ok. Never played the game it is from.... Why did I buy this figure ?!?! Hahahaha
  13. Best Wave : Controller Wave (IMO this was the only wave of the year I wanted the entire wave (minus IM), great figures we needed like Viper aka Madame Hydra (for Serpent Society/Hydra), US Agent, Quake/Maria (two figs in 1), Speedball (for New Warriors), Blue Marvel and Herald Thor, and a good BAF in Controller) Best Accessory : Iron Man's Massive Proton Cannon (people have been asking for this forever, it had great detail and was as huge as a figure) first time Hasbro made an accessory really an exciting element Best Packaging : Ghost Rider Retro card (yeah I'm biased I love GR, and this card is so awesome, sure some of the other options were more intricate like Mojo world, but the whole presence of this retro card is the winner for me) Best BAF : Khonshu (this is hands down the best BAF of the year, just look at it and know why) Best Deluxe : Mojo (if you have this figure you can see why this is the definition of deluxe, got a ton of nice elements)
  14. An image has surfaced on Reddit for what could be a new Marvel Legends Deluxe Groot figure. The original source of the image isn't known so it's hard to say how legit it is. There have been retail listings floating around for a Deluxe Groot figure coming from Hasbro and from the image this figure looks to be based on the character's appearance in the new Disney+ Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday special. If or when more details become available we will be sure to let you know.
  15. It's James Gunn leaning all the way into silliness but keeping it (almost) family friendly and generally pretty sweet. This will be enjoyed by some and not at all by others. Just the way it goes.
  16. reminder for anyone who hasn't voted - https://nearcompleteset.com/2022/11/28/survey-best-of-marvel-legends-2022-part-one/
  17. Who does Peggy Carter call in for backup when she needs it? Steve Rogers, of course. In this universe, Peggy Carter jumps into the action with a number of familiar faces, but even she might need some help defeating the enemy. Calling in air support, she certainly doesn’t expect Steve to come swooping in – in a Hydra Stomper suit. Hot Toys is now sharing blogger photos of 1/6th The Hydra Stomper and Steve Rogers collectible set from What If…? collections. Captured Hydra Stomper’s appearance in What If…? animation series, the 1/6th scale figure is complemented with perfectly scaled design, outstanding painting applications, also mechanical details such as thrusters, shooters, and an opening cockpit. Measuring at approximated 56cm in height, it features LED Light-up designs on the eyes, and arc reactor; semi-articulated body with the ability to perform head, shoulder, arms, wrist and waist movements. Meticulously crafted based on his latest appearance in What If…? animation series, Steve Rogers 1/6th scale figure features a newly developed head sculpt and hair sculpture with remarkable likeness, meticulously tailored outfit, a backpack, a selection of interchangeable hands, and a display base. Enjoy the amazing images capturing The massive Hydra Stomper and Steve Rogers figures! You can still pre-order this from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.
  18. Funny how the set went back in stock after the sale ended 🙄 Not gonna sweat over it as I’m betting it’ll see more price drops down the road.
  19. Another character being run into the ground and needlessly being given powers.
  20. Yeah, Razorback is the only one I want from this set. Better start hunting
  21. How I love the way they did his boots. Clearly there's no reason not to get the Vision's boots correct or even the Stealth armor. Now that's some animated goodness. Wonder if Century and the other Force Works guys are on the way...
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