Like a lot of fans who chased more than a dozen waves of ToyBiz's (and later Hasbro's) 6" Marvel Legends action figure line throughout the 2000s, I finally caved and came to accept the much smaller, but far more affordable 3
Hey kids, it's that time again! No, it's not time to do the word thing, but I love where your head's at, quiet "Ghost Writer" fan in the corner. Instead, it's time to take a look at yet another round of Marvel Universe action figures - that's right, the 11th wave has been revealed! The lineup consists of Constrictor, Bullseye in his Dark Avengers Hawkeye uniform, Iron Man 2020, Thanos and Yellow Jacket with a Mini Ant-Man
If you're done picking your jaw up off the ground from the deluge of news from the inaugural Chicago Comics & Entertainment Expo - better known as the simply titled C2E2 - then it's time to get back to that place where staring at pictures of action figures is enough coolness to get you through the afternoon.
Given its robust lineup of new characters, Hasbro's upcoming 3.75" Marvel Universe action figures should please fans of the recent "Secret Invasion" and "Dark Reign" storylines when waves 4 and 5 arrive this summer
Hasbro's already cool Marvel Universe action figures are getting a little bit cooler. And when I say "getting a little bit cooler," what I really mean is "getting an action figure version of Storm with a badass mohawk," but the two phrases are more or less interchangeable
By nature of their size, it's hard to say that the 3 3/4 inch Marvel Universe action figures are more detailed than the deservedly praised Marvel Legends line, but the fact that they can stand shoulder to shoulder with my epic collection of old school G