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Earlier this month Hasbro revealed that they were going to be releasing a 6" Marvel Legends Classic Ultron figure sometime in 2021. They however did not officially reveal how or where the figure would be released. I previously told you in a recent Rumor Report that the figure would be released in an Iron Man themed wave. So besides Ultron, I am sure many of you are wondering what other figures will be released in this wave? Well wonder no more. Based on info I have seen, I'm about to tell you how the wave is likely to break down. AGAIN I MUST STRESS, this HAS NOT been officially confirmed by Hasbro, and should be treated as RUMOR for now. I do however also want to point out my track record has been pretty good on this stuff, including when I told you the figures for the House Of X wave back in October and that MODOK was going to be released as a Deluxe figure for $50 in November. I also want to EMPHASIS that my info only pertains to names. I have not actually seen any of these figures yet, and the images used here are for reference purposes ONLY. The actual specific figures may vary some from the versions shown here. One final note before we get to the names. All indications are this will be a regular release wave as opposed to a Retro one, but I can't say with 100% certainty that it's not a Retro wave. I also have no info on what the Build-A-Figure will be assuming there is one. Ok so now that we have all that out of the way, lets get to the names. - Classic Ultron - Darkstar (Unknown if this will feature her classic look or a more modern one) - Iron Man Modular Armor - Iron Heart - Guardsman (My info was not clear if this will be just a regular classic Guardsman or possibly a more specific version like maybe Curtis Elkins who was part of The Jury. Granted the Sentry version would seemingly be more fitting for a Venom themed wave, but we will have to see.) Hologram - (The assumption is that this will be an Iron Man figure, possibly the more modern Model 68 version.) Iron Man Stealth - (There have been several versions of the Stealth Armor featured in the comics over the years, and I have no idea which specific one the figure will actually be based on. My best guess would be that they will repaint the recent Alex Ross Iron Man figure with stealth colors, but we will have to wait and see.) As for the Build-A-Figure , again I have NO info on it, but I am HOPING for a Dmitri Bukharin as the fifth Crimson Dynamo. Classic Titanium Man would be another cool choice, though we already have that one coming from Diamond Select Toys for the Marvel Select line. So there you have it, the RUMORED Iron Man themed wave for 2021. Let us know what you think about it below in the COMMENTS SECTION, and once Hasbro officially confirms or shows the list to be false, we will be sure to update you all.
In what seems like a last minute addition to Hasbro's Marvel Studios: The First Ten Years anniversary Marvel Legends line from Hasbro comes this repaint of the Avengers: Age of Ultron movie 6" Ultron Build-A-Figure. The figure comes in the same style of packaging we have seen for all the MCU Anniversary figures with the red and black box that has a bio for both the character and the movie the character is based on. This is the second figure we've gotten in this line for Age Of Ultron. The first was the Target exclusive Hulkbuster vs Hulk 2-Pack. The box also has the same kind of movie artwork on the side as the other figures in this line, however I can't say if it fits in with the art collage that can be created with the others. It is very similar to the art work featured on the Target 2-pack but not identical. The figure itself is a straight up repaint as the original Ultron Build-A-figure, and like with that one this figure does not feature any accessories. The only difference between this figure and the original is that this one has a superior paint job. The metallic metal parts have a much more cohesive look to it than the original version and the red markings are a bit more distinct as well, especially with the head. While the figure does look better than the original due to the paint, I am not sure that is enough to warrant getting this figure again if you already have the original, especially since this new figure costs $25 at retail. I guess it just depends on how big of a fan your are of Ultron or if your just a completest and want to have all the figures in this Marvel Legends sub-line. The figure has started to hit Best Buy stores and is currently available for pre-order at places like Megalopolis.Toys. Check out images for the figure below in our GALLERY!
Best Buy has the new Marvel Studios First 10 Years Avengers Age Of Ultron 6" Marvel Legends Ultron listed online. The figure isn't currently available for home delivery but you can buy it online for store pick-up. The figure was originally said during SDCC to be exclusive to Entertainment Earth and Gamestop stores, but I guess Best Buy decided to get in on the action. They also have the Marvel Legends AIM 2-Pack listed on the site but is currently listed as sold out.