Hasbro Marvel Legends Ant-Man

Ant-Man Marvel Legends Wave Confirmed?

Sure, I’m still grumpy that Edgar Wright is no longer involved with the Ant-Man movie.  And I thought that trailer released last night felt pretty bland.


Toys are toys, and any shit movie that will give me more Marvel Legends action figures is fine by me.  Not that I am declaring that Ant-Man is going to be shit, I’ve only seen about a minute and a half of footage.  I’ll give it a chance like I do with all of these superhero romps.  What I’m very excited about, however, is this post from TheFwoosh and what looks like a Target inventory screen shot listing “Avengers Ant Man Inf ..” under the DCPI 087-06-3626.  Also the price is right for Marvel Legends at $19.99.

Hasbro Marvel Legends Ant-Man

So what is in store?  I’d imagine since we haven’t seen too much we’ll obviously get a movie Scott Lang Ant-Man suit.

Hasbro Marvel Legends Ant-Man

Perhaps Michael Douglas as Hank Pym?  My bets are on a comic Hank to be honest though, an old guy in a suit doesn’t seem like a Marvel Legends thing to do.  Now had this been DCUC?  They love their suits!

Hasbro Marvel Legends Ant-Man

Possibly Darren Cross as Yellowjacket?  He’s pretty prominently featured in this trailer.

I’ve got a feeling that past the Paul Rudd movie suit, if this ends up being a build-a-figure wave that it will be heavily comic influenced.  But whatever it takes to get more Marvel Legends.  I just can’t get enough.


3 thoughts on “Ant-Man Marvel Legends Wave Confirmed?”

  1. I’ll agree with you: That trailer felt very bland. Not bad, just bland. Other than the fact that he’s called Ant- Man and rode an ant, there’s nothing that seems to differentiate itself or to really let non-comic fans know why they shuld care about Ant Man. This film needs to find what it’s gimmick is (and I don’t mean that in a bad way). Guardians generated tons of buzz by standing out as an irreverent superhero comedy with 70s pop music. Ant Man needs to find it’s niche and run with it.

    1. Yeah, usually the Marvel marketing dept is on point with their previews. I’m not sure if they were trying to match the tone of the show it premiered with? The two Paul Rudd jokes fell pretty flat too. I don’t know what to make of it, it’s probably too early but it was a pretty poor first showing.

  2. “…….an old guy in a suit doesn’t seem like a Marvel Legends thing to do. Now had this been DCUC? They love their suits!”

    This is the best few lines I’ve read in a toy review all year so far. I know it’s early days but I still thought you should know.

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