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erivera94 takes a look at the new Marvel Legends Gamerverse Contest Of Champions 6" Civil Warrior figure from Hasbro. This figure is part of the Shang-Chi wave which should see full release by 4/25. Check out images for this figure below in our GALLERY and be sure to share your own thoughts about it in the COMMENTS SECTION.
I’m still just here waiting for a Marvel Legends six inch scale Civil Warrior. I’m not really into Contest of Champions anymore, but Civil Warrior is just cool. They already have a Hydra Supreme figure with that two pack and he’s just a repaint of Civil Warrior, since Civil Warrior came first. Now though, because Hydra Supreme’s figure came first Civil Warrior would be the repaint. I don’t really care who the repaint is, but I do just really want a Civil Warrior figure and repainting Hydra Supreme doesn’t seem like it’d take that much effort.
Hasbro continues to eek out 3.75" Marvel Universe figures which now under the Marvel Legends Gamerverse banner with video game based figure 2-Packs. This set is based on the Contest Of Champions phone app game featuring Civil Warrior and The Collector. The Collector is a re-issue of the one they did a couple years ago for one of their SDCC exclusive boxsets with some very minor paint variations. The Collector does not come with any accessories and has the rubber joint syndrome that many Hasbro 3.75" figures these days suffer from. Civil Warrior is a new figure and is based on an alternate universe version of Captain America who wears an armor. The figure comes with a Captain America shield with a hole in the middle so you can connect a translucent blue blast effect piece. I guess in the game he can shoot a beam of energy from his shield. This doesn't work to well on the figure though because the blast effect piece is heavy enough that when you attach it to the shield it weighs down the figures arms pretty bad. I would recommend just setting that piece aside, however that does leave a big glaring hole on the shield. I personally got this set because I am a big Cap fan and wanted this variation of the character, and for that reason alone I guess I would say the set is worth getting. If you don't already have the previous SDCC version of The Collector then its a good figure minus the rubber joints. The headsculpt on that one is really good and definitely will make the set worth picking up. Check out our GALLERY of images for this set now as well as ShartimusPrime's own video review and take on the set below and then let us know what you think of the set in the COMMENTS SECTION. If you decide to pick this set up, you can get him now at our sponsor Megalopolis.Toys.