Gamestop Exclusive Marvel Legends Outback Hulk
Outback Hulk – Gamestop Exclusive Marvel Legends – Hasbro shares a look at Outback Hulk, a new Marvel Legends figure that is being offered in a bundle alongside the upcoming Marvel’s Avengers video game. The Marvel Legends 6-inch Gamerverse Marvel’s Avengers Outback Hulk is inspired by a character outfit in the video game and includes alternate hands and head.
Marvel Legends Outback Hulk is exclusive to Gamestop stores and is scheduled to ship this Fall.
Marvel Legends collectors have had no shortage of versions of the Hulk to add to their collections as of late. BAF’s, two-packs, exclusives. There have been so many, the big green guy (or grey, red, whatever) is turning into the new Wolverine. Just kidding, nobody gets as many figures as Logan. Revealed today is a pretty unique Hulk Marvel Legends figure however. The New Hulk will be available at Gamestops soon. This version apparently appears in the new Avengers game coming to consoles later this year from Square Enix. He will come with interchangeable hands and two headsculpts, while the figure will feature tribal paint and a beard! The new Hulk Marvel Legends figure is up for order now. Check out the figure MOC and out of package below.
Marvel Legends is an action figure line based on the characters of Marvel Comics, initially produced by Toy Biz, then by Hasbro. This line is in the 6-inch (150 mm) scale, with spin-off lines in the 4-inch (100 mm), 8-inch (200 mm), and 12-inch (300 mm) scale.
The line initially began as a spin-off of the Spider-Man Classics line, which were also produced by Toy Biz. At its inception in 2002, the Marvel Legends line copied the clam-shell packaging and the included comic book that had shipped with the Spider-Man Classics line. Beginning January 1, 2007, Hasbro became the new license holder to the rights to produce toys and games based upon the Marvel Universe. The new Hasbro packaging did not include a comic book and the new molds eliminated finger joints, which were a mainstay during the Toy Biz era, but the company did continue with the theme of Build-A-Figure pieces. During the late 2000s, production on the Marvel Legends line slowed down to the point where it was rumored that it may be cancelled, but Hasbro revealed (at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con) that due to fan requests and the upcoming movies based on Marvel characters, the line would be making a comeback in 2012, and in January 2012, Marvel Legends returned to store shelves.
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