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Walmart Exclusive Marvel Legends 6" Marvel Comics 80th Anniversary Captain America Figure Video Review And Images

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Today I take a look at the new Walmart Exclusive Marvel Legends 6" Marvel Comics 80th Anniversary Captain America figure from Hasbro. For details on how you can enter to win one of these figures, CLICK HERE.

The SKU# is 413500830 and UPC# is 630509833573. Good luck and happy hunting.

Check out images for this figure below in our GALLERY and be sure to share your own thoughts about it in the COMMENTS SECTION.















































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I can't wait to get my hands on this figure, hopefully Walmart.com doesn't cancel my preorder. 

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Every version of this fig I ve seen has some serious derpy eyes.. and the other heads eyes are hammerheading hard. The overall fig looks great but i just cant get over those eyes on this guy. 

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1 hour ago, Batbishop said:

Only problem is the small shield.

is it really that much smaller? I still havent got to watch the vid

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I really like this figure. It's the best Comic Cap we've gotten from Hasbro by far (IMO). I saw 3 at my local Walmart here in Ottawa, Ontario and usually my Walmart never restocks. Too bad I couldn't get one cuz I'm kinda trying to save up for the Neca TMNT figures from the 1990 movie since they're up on EBgames.ca now. Plus it was $40 CAD which is $30 USD which is such a rip off but everyone's gonna pay that price so I ain't gonna play the waiting game in it.

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I agree about the eye's ML tends to do that time to time with some of the figures. I think somebody called it hammerhead. Its a nice fig otherwise. But I already have 4 figs on back order from Walmart that should have been here at the first of the month. What gives?

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12 hours ago, michiganjfrog said:

is it really that much smaller? I still havent got to watch the vid

I believe it's the same one that was used for recent Cap figures and yes it comes across as small for the size of the figure. 

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My Cap has been showing an expectancy to arrive 8/8 since I ordered the thing. Status changed this morning though; says delayed---check back later for status update.

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Love this figure alot but I'm doubting I'll ever see it on the pegs here in Canada inless TRU swoops it up as an exclusive from Wal-Mart, Since Wal-Mart is not even an option anymore for Legends here, they never get stocked and since Binary Captain Marvel all of the Wal-Mart exclusives either don't appear here or go to TRU, still never saw a Power & Glory Cap ever here

So I've decided I will be fine with my Vintage Cap

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It’s almost perfect Cap, however, as mentioned in review, white inner plastic of the bicep is visible  in certain angles, as well as the fact that blue scale sleeves aren’t long enough, at least from what I seen they usually should end on the same level as torso scales. I know it’s extreme nitpicking, but as someone who loves cap this def seems like an eyesore. 

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