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ShartimusPrime takes a look at the new Marvel Legends Spymaster (Comic) figure from Hasbro. You can purchase this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.
 



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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One of the few figures I'm interested in from this wave

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I have this figure and though it gets a bad rap from the "not another Bucky Cap mold" crowd, it's still a new character and one I like very much. And it is comic book accurate.

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57 minutes ago, Bluecomet said:

Wonder why there is a hole on his back...is it suppose to hold a back pack or something?

It's the Bucky Cap mold which always has a hole in the back

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1 hour ago, leokearon said:

It's the Bucky Cap mold which always has a hole in the back

Lol. It's all set up for loads of endless options and accessories. Of course, Hasbro would have to produce said accessories to make use of the thing. What's it been, 8 or 9 years since the mold came out, and we're still waiting.

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2 hours ago, monron999 said:

Lol. It's all set up for loads of endless options and accessories. Of course, Hasbro would have to produce said accessories to make use of the thing. What's it been, 8 or 9 years since the mold came out, and we're still waiting.

Yeah, because all they can think of is a shield. 

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2 hours ago, leokearon said:
5 hours ago, monron999 said:

Lol. It's all set up for loads of endless options and accessories. Of course, Hasbro would have to produce said accessories to make use of the thing. What's it been, 8 or 9 years since the mold came out, and we're still waiting.

Yeah, because all they can think of is a shield. 

Carnage, Morbius, Hawkeye, Archangel, Human Torch came with non-shield accessories for their b-holes. 🤷‍♂️ 

I don't remember if Punisher's rocket launcher fits or not.

But I agree with the point; would be cool to see it implemented for more stuff.

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I'm so pleased they made this obscure figure. I wasn't asking for and didn't expect it, but its great nonetheless.

The attention to detail is really good here....there are some variants of his outfit that have light green boots and a darker shade of blue in overall, but what really gets me is how well they did the belt. Really good sculpting of the "S" here. Makes you wonder how they get that right, but omit Cap-Falcon's wings or Quicksilver's tufts! :blush:

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10 hours ago, Atlantis said:

I'm so pleased they made this obscure figure. I wasn't asking for and didn't expect it, but its great nonetheless.

The attention to detail is really good here....there are some variants of his outfit that have light green boots and a darker shade of blue in overall, but what really gets me is how well they did the belt. Really good sculpting of the "S" here. Makes you wonder how they get that right, but omit Cap-Falcon's wings or Quicksilver's tufts! :blush:

Maybe they are bigger fans of Spymaster than Sam's Cap or Quicksilver

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I must admit I thought Spymaster was a bigger deal in the Marvel Universe when I first saw him in a early issue of Iron Man ( want to say it was the Ghost’ s first appearance because he immediately killed Spymaster by solidifying him in wall after phasing him). Thought “Dang this new Ghost guy just offed a major bad guy”. I was new to comics so whoops.

but.. Spymaster always stood out to me. Great simple design with colors that pop for a ... spy. 

He is a great obscure and well done figure. Decided to keep him for nostalgia. May even get a second to bust in half to recreate my first impression of him

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Easily the best figure in this wave, in my opinion - with the BAF being second.

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10 hours ago, McHogan said:

I must admit I thought Spymaster was a bigger deal in the Marvel Universe when I first saw him in a early issue of Iron Man ( want to say it was the Ghost’ s first appearance because he immediately killed Spymaster by solidifying him in wall after phasing him). Thought “Dang this new Ghost guy just offed a major bad guy”. I was new to comics so whoops.

but.. Spymaster always stood out to me. Great simple design with colors that pop for a ... spy. 

He is a great obscure and well done figure. Decided to keep him for nostalgia. May even get a second to bust in half to recreate my first impression of him

Given he was responsible for Armour Wars, you could say he was a big deal

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