The world-eating Galactus is a fascinating Marvel character. Sadly, he has yet to be shown off in the MCU. We got hints at giant beings in Guardians and that weird fart cloud in the Fox Fantastic Four sequel. If there were ever an event that could rival the Infinity War, it would be the arrival of Galactus. Maybe this is what Phase 4 will build up to?
Regardless of his absence from the cinema, The Marvel Legends line of action figures is known for detailed and articulate toys, but Galactus is bringing it to a new level. The last large-scale figure from Legends was the Sentinel, which stood at 26″. Galactus has that beat by coming in at 32″. That’s a big boy!
HasLab has launched a new funding campaign that will bring Galan to our homes, but it still has a long way to go before reaching its goal. Galactus still needs about 7k backers, and the deadline is August 30th, 2021.
The Devourer of Worlds. He Who Hungers. A living embodiment of entropy and survival. A universal constant. A force of nature. Hasbro Pulse proudly presents the next fan-funded HasLab project: Marvel Legends Galactus!
A near-omnipotent being who must consume entire planets to survive, Galactus cares not for the lives doomed by his hunger. His is a power beyond mortal understanding…and an appetite without limit.
From the depths of the Marvel Cosmos, one of the most iconic characters in comic book history has arrived as the next Marvel Legends HasLab project. Galactus is a truly out-of-this-world figure in and out of the Marvel Universe, and here you will have a chance to help bring him to life.
Hasbro Pulse invites you to join us in bringing the Great Devourer to our world, with all the features and detailing you know and love from the Marvel Legends Series. At a staggering 32” tall and covered in intricate LED-enhanced detail, he’s the largest and most complex Marvel Legends figure ever:
- 32-inch (812.8 mm) Galactus figure
- +300 pieces and +70 points of articulation!
- 20 points of articulation in each hand!
- LEDs in the head and chest (4x AAA batteries required, not included)
- 3 swappable face-plate accessories for alternate expression
Galactus is priced at $399, but that won’t be charged to your credit card until August 30th if the goal is met. Click here to contribute.
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