Marvel Legends Pays Tribute to Classic Wolverine With This 5-Figure Set


Oh, Wolverine. How will Disney treat you in your inevitable MCU appearance? Will you be the short angry Canadian rage machine we’re used to in the comics? Or will you be tame and tall like the Huge Jackman version? Only time will tell.

Until then, let’s buy some more Wolverine action figures! This 5-pack features a couple of characters not commonly seen in Marvel merchandise.

  • Wolverine
  • Omega Red
  • Cyber
  • Callisto
  • Jason Wyngarde
Disney | Hasbro

Wolverine, Callisto, and Wyngarde have multiple hands and hands to swap. The version of Callisto here is usually pretty. I’m used to the really ugly interpretation from the ’90s. She did hang out in the sewers with her mutant crew, the Morlocks. Typically that environment isn’t going to do your skin and hair any favors.

Wyngarde is a cool addition, too. His mutant power isn’t something that can be displayed in a toy’s “action feature.” His power is that of illusion and memory manipulation. Basically, that results in the “just give him a few extra heads” action feature. So, he comes with a handsome head in addition to his typical unattractive face. Either way, his outfits are always cool.

Cyber. Man, I haven’t seen him in a while. The last time was around the time Wolverine had his adamantium stripped in the mid-1990s. His look is at the same time generic yet instantly recognizable—no extra accessories for this guy. I wish Hasbro would release Sam Kieth-inspired mutants. Kieth made Cyber look extra cool with his Maxx-like exaggerated physique.

Similar to other Legends multi-packs, this thing isn’t cheap. Due to release in December 2021, this five-figure set will set you back $120.99. Since this is on Amazon, expect that price to jump at any point. So, pre-order now.

What do you think of the villains in this set? An odd mix, right? What characters would you swap out to make this the ideal ‘Wolverine VS Evil Mutants’ box? Let us know in the comments.

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