4", 6", 8", and 12" Action Figure Toy Line
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 Marvel Legends line initially begun 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 clamshell packaging and the included comic book that had shipped with the Spider-Man Classics line.
The first Marvel Legends series included representations of the Hulk, Captain America, Iron Man, and Toad.
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, the company did continued with the theme of Build-A-Figure pieces however.
During the late noughties, 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.
At the 2013 San Diego Comic Con, Hasbro announced that Marvel Legends would be given a new start as the Marvel Legends Infinite Series.
Initially, the Marvel Legends line has used the "chase" concept to introduce figures based on less popular or recognizable characters. These got their nickname by being shipped in fewer quantities than the rest of the figures, thus causing collectors to chase after them.
Eventually, rather than entirely new figures, the chase concept evolved into variants (such as an alternate head or a different colour scheme) of a figure released in that same series. These figures retained being sought-after by collectors.
In 2005, Toy Biz introduced the "Build-A-Figure" (referred to as a "BAF" in the collector community) to the Marvel Legends line, starting with series 9. Each figure in the series was packaged with a piece of a larger figure—in the initial case, a 16-inch (410 mm) tall figure of Galactus. A consumer who bought each figure in the assortment would then have all the complete components to assemble a character unavailable in individual packaging.
The concept was re-employed in the tenth Toy Biz series, where each figure was packaged with a piece of a mutant-hunting robot known as a Sentinel. Additional BAFs would include Apocalypse, Onslaught, Giant-Man, Mojo, MODOK (From Toy Biz), Annihilus, Blob, Brood Queen, Red Hulk, Sandman (Spider-Man Trilogy Limited Edition), Ronan the Accuser (Fantastic Four Limited Edition), Fin Fang Foom (Hulk Limited Edition), Ares, and Nemesis (From Hasbro).
With the release of the Giant-Man BAF, Toy Biz packaged smaller parts with each character, requiring 10 figures to be purchased to create the BAF (including one of the variant figures).
Starting with the Onslaught BAF and continuing with the Mojo and MODOK BAFs, Toy Biz returned to the six-piece formula. Hasbro continued the six-piece formula with the Annihilus BAF in its first series, and temporarily moved to an eight-piece formula with the Blob BAF in its second series, but switched back to the six figure format in series 4.
Series 1 (2002)
Marvel Legends Series No. 1 consisted of six figures and featured four Marvel characters: Captain America, Iron Man, Hulk, and Toad. Iron Man had a gold variant, while the Hulk had a straight fingers variant.
|Captain America||WWII Display Stand and American Flag||Captain America (1968) #109|
|Hulk||Destroyed Wall Display Stand||Bendable Fingers||Incredible Hulk (1968) #314|
|Straight Fingers Variant|
|Iron Man||Stark Display Stand||Iron Man (1968) #149|
|Toad||Swamp Display Stand and Frog||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #4|
NOTE: Each of the figures also contains either a comic or a poster foil.
Series 2 (2002)
Marvel Legends Series No. 2 consisted of six figures and featured five Marvel characters: Dr. Doom, Doombot, Namor, Thing, and Human Torch. The Thing had a trenchcoat variant.
|Dr. Doom||Latveria Display Stand||Fantastic Four (1961) #247|
|Human Torch||Flames||With 4 on Chest||Fantastic Four (1961) #233|
|Without 4 on Chest|
|Namor||Water Display Stand and Staff||The Sub-Mariner (1968) #67|
|Thing||Yancy Street Wall Display Stand||Fantastic Four (1961) #263|
NOTE: The Human Torch action figure was produced in two versions (not considered as variants of each other, but rather as a late design change): one with a 4 on the chest and one without it.
Series 3 (2002)
Marvel Legends Series No. 3 consisted of six figures and featured five Marvel characters: Daredevil, Ghost Rider, Magneto, Thor, and Wolverine. The sixth action figure is an unmasked variant of Wolverine.
|Daredevil||Church Window Display Stand||Daredevil Movie Version||Daredevil (1964) #164|
|Ghost Rider||Motorcycle Display Stand||Ghost Rider (1973) #2|
|Magneto||Sentinel Display Stand||X-Men (1991) #2|
|Thor||Display Stand||Thor (1966) #39|
|Wolverine||Hellfire Club Members Display Stand||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #133|
Series 4 (2003)
Marvel Legends Series No. 4 consisted of six figures and featured five Marvel characters: Beast, Elektra, Gambit, Goliath (Henry Pym,) and The Punisher. The sixth figure is a variant of The Punisher
|Beast||Display Stand||X-Men (1991) #3|
|Elektra||Samurai Display Stand and Swords||Daredevil (1964) #176|
|Gambit||Sentinel Display Stand, Staff and Flaming Cards||X-Men (1991) #4|
|Goliath||Ant-Man and Wasp Minifigures||Repaint of Avengers #1 Toy Biz (Non-Legends) Giant-Man Figure||The Avengers (1963) #28|
|Punisher||War Zone Display Stand and Guns||White Belt||Punisher War Zone (1992) #1|
|Black Belt Variant|
Series 5 (2003)
Marvel Legends Series No. 5 consisted of seven figures and featured seven Marvel characters: Blade, Colossus, Mr Fantastic, Nick Fury, Red Skull, Sabretooth, and Silver Surfer.
|Blade||Sword, Gun, and Motorcycle||Blade II Movie Version||Blade Movie Poster Book|
|Colossus||Sentinel Display Stand||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #129|
|Mr. Fantastic||Interchangeable Arms and Fantastic Car Display Stand||Fantastic Four (1961) #489|
|Nick Fury||Gun, Jetpack, and Flaming Display Stand||Nick Fury, Agent of S.H.I.E.L.D. (1968) #1|
|Red Skull||Gun and Display Stand||Chase||Captain America (1968) #16|
|Sabretooth||Sentinel Display Stand||X-Men (1991) #5|
|Silver Surfer||Surfboard, and Howard the Duck Figure||Silver Surfer (1968) #11|
NOTE: Blade was originally shipped with Tomb of Dracula (1972) #45, but this was recalled, and replaced with a poster book of the Blade II movie
Series 6 (2004)
Marvel Legends Series No. 6 consisted of nine figures and featured six Marvel characters. Three of the nine figures were variants of Cable, Phoenix, and Wolverine.
|Cable||Guns and Interchangeable Gun Display Stand||Blue Costume||Cable (1993) #73|
|The Brown Costume Variant|
|Deadpool||Guns, Swords, a Doop Figure||Deadpool (1994) #4|
|Juggernaut||Destroyed Xavier's Mansion Display Stand||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #13|
|Phoenix||Display Stand||Green Costume||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #101|
|Red Costume/Dark Phoenix Variant|
|Punisher||Display Stand, Guns, and Bazooka||The Punisher Movie Version||The Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #129|
|Wolverine||Ogun Base||Brown Costume||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #213|
|The Unmasked Variant (Series III Re-release with Legends VI Packaging)|
Series 7 (2004)
Marvel Legends Series No. 7 consisted of ten figures featuring seven Marvel characters. Three of the ten figures were variants of Hawkeye, Vision, and Ghost Rider, and one was a re-release.
|Apocalypse||Egyptian Display Stand||X-Factor (1986) #25|
|Flaming Motorcycle||The Phasing Variant|
|Goliath||With Ant-Man and Wasp||Series IV Re-release with Legends VII Packaging||The Avengers (1963) #28|
|Hawkeye||Arrows and Display Stand||Avengers (1963) #223|
|The Knuckle Guard Bow Variant|
|Iron Man||Rocket Launcher Display Stand||The Silver Centurion Armour||Iron Man (1968) #200|
|Vision||Display Stand||Avengers (1963) #135|
|The Phasing Variant|
|Weapon X (Wolverine)||Weapon X Display Stand||X-Men Legends Poster Book|
Series 8 (2005)
Marvel Legends Series No. 8 consisted of eleven figures featuring eight Marvel characters. Three of the eleven figures are variants of Black Widow, Captain America, and Storm.
|Black Widow||Natalia Romanov||Daredevil (1964) #81|
|The Black Widow II (Yelena Belova) Variant|
|Ultimate Captain America||Display Stand||Poster Book and Trading Card|
|Classic Captain America (Wings on Head) Variant|
|Doctor Octopus||Display Stand||Marvel Age Spider-Man (2004) #2|
|Doombot||Series II Re-release with Legends VIII Packaging||Marvel Age Spider-Man (2004) #4|
|Iceman||Sentinel Display Stand, and Ice Sled||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #18|
|Iron Man||Modern Armor||Poster Book and Trading Card|
|Man-Thing||Display Stand||Ultimate Marvel Team-Up (2001) #7|
|Storm||Display Stand||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #96|
NOTE: The early shipments of ML8 had a paint error on the Captain America figures. The Ultimate Captain America was supposed to have grey paint on his pants, while the Classic Captain America was not. When the toys were first released, these paint apps were reversed. A running change later corrected the error.
Build-a-Figure (BAF) Series
Galactus BAF Series (2005)
This line introduced the build-a-figure (BAF) concept, which became a regular feature of the Legends line from this point onwards.
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of nine figures, each of which is paired with one of the seven parts needed to build a Galactus.
Two of the nine action figures were variants of the Hulk and Bullseye. The variants were packaged with the same Galactus parts as their regular versions.
|Bullseye||Display Stand||Daredevil (1964) #132||Left Leg|
|Gritting Teeth/Grey Costume Variant|
|Deathlok||Deathlok (1990) #3||Upper Torso|
|Doctor Strange||Four Selections From Strange Tales||Right Arm|
|Hulk||Grey (First Appearance)/Closed Mouth||Incredible Hulk (1968) #1||Left Arm|
|Green (First Appearance)/Teeth Bared Variant|
|Nightcrawler||Poster Book||Lower Torso|
|Professor X||Helmet||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #117||Head|
|War Machine||Guns||Iron Man (1968) #281||Right Leg|
Sentinel BAF Series (2005)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of nine figures, each of which is paired with one of the six parts needed to build a Sentinel.
Mystique and Omega Red were packaged with the same BAF piece and the two variants (Cyclops and Angel) were packaged with the same Sentinel parts as their regular versions.
|Angel||Red Costume||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #5||Left Leg|
|Light Blue Costume Variant|
|Black Panther||Display Stand||Avengers (1963) #87||Right Arm|
|Cyclops||Blue and Yellow Costume||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #201||Left Arm|
|X-Factor Costume Variant|
|Mister Sinister||Display Stand||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #243||Right leg|
|Omega Red||X-Men (1991) #7||Torso|
|Spider-Man||Based on the First Appearance||Origin Story From Amazing Fantasy (1963) #15 and Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #8||Head and Upper Torso|
Legendary Rider Series (2005)
Marvel Legends Series No. 11 consisted of ten figures featuring eight Marvel characters.
Two of the ten figures were chase variants of Wolverine and Wonder Man.
|Iron Man (Hulkbuster)||Glider||Iron Man (1968) #305|
|Scarlet Witch||Vehicle||Avengers (1964) #187|
|Taskmaster||Air Scooter, Gun, and Sword||Avengers (1963) #196|
|Thing||Jet Scooter||Based On His First Appearance||Fantastic Four (1961) #1|
|Ultron||Glider||Avengers (1998) #22|
|Vengeance||Motorcycle||Ghost Rider (1990) #39|
|Wolverine||Motorcycle||Days of Future Past Logan, Black T-Shirt/Green Pants||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #141|
|Younger Logan, White T-Shirt/Blue Pants, and Cowboy Hat (Variant)|
|Wonder Man||Vehicle and Yellowjacket Sidekick||Avengers (1998) #51|
|The Translucent Purple "Ionic" Variant|
NOTE: This line would do away with the Build-A-Figure concept temporarily, instead packaging the figures with a vehicular accessory.
Apocalypse BAF Series (2005)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of eleven figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Apocalypse.
Five of the eleven figures were chase variants of Bishop, Iron Fist, Wolverine, X-23 and Sasquatch. The variants were packaged with the same Apocalypse parts as their regular versions.
|Bishop||Guns||Bishop (1992) #2||Lower Torso|
|The Bald Head Variant|
|Hulk||Crown||Based On His Appearance as Maestro||Captain Marvel (1999) #30||Left Arm|
|Iron Fist||Flame Effects||Original Green Costume||Iron Fist (1975) #8||Right Leg|
|The Red Costume, Ripped Mask, and Screaming Variant|
|Sasquatch||Regular Brown Version||Alpha Flight (1983) #10||Right Arm|
|All-White Snowbird (Narya) Variant|
|Wolverine||Astonishing X-Men Costume||Astonishing X-Men (2004) #6||Left Leg|
|The Unmasked Variant|
|X-23||Black Costume, Straight Hair||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #451||Head and Upper Torso|
|The Purple Costume and Wavy Hair Variant|
NOTE: Some Maestro figures were packaged without the hose for connecting the left arm to the Apocalypse torso piece.
Onslaught BAF Series (2006)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of nine figures, each of which is paired with one of the six parts needed to build Onslaught.
Three of the nine figures were variants of Abomination, Green Goblin and Loki. The chase variants are packaged with the same Onslaught parts as their regular versions.
|Abomination||Diorama||Incredible Hulk (2000) #25||Left Arm|
|Melted Face Variant|
|Blackheart||Wolverine; Ghost Rider; Punisher: Hearts of Darkness (1991) OGN||Left Leg|
|Green Goblin||Diorama||Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #122||Right Leg|
|Lady Deathstrike||'Wolverine (1988) #77||Upper Torso|
|Loki||Diorama||Journey Into Mystery (1952) #116||Right Arm|
|Crown Of Lies Variant|
|Pyro||Daredevil (1964) #355||Lower Torso|
Mojo BAF Series (2006)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of nine figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Mojo.
Three of the nine figures were variants of Baron Zemo, Falcon, and Iron Man. The chase variants were packaged with the same Mojo parts as their regular versions.
|Baron Zemo||Diorama||Avengers (1963) #6||Head and Upper Torso|
|Falcon||Redwing||Falcon (1983) #1||Lower Torso|
|Modern Costume Variant|
|Iron Man||Based On First Appearance||Tales Of Suspense (1959) #39 & 40||Back Tentacles|
|Longshot||X-Men (1991) #10||Right Leg|
|Luke Cage||Hero For Hire (1972) #1||Left Leg|
|Psylocke||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #258||Back Torso|
M.O.D.O.K. BAF Series (2006)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of eleven figures, each of which is paired with one of the 6 parts needed to build Modok.
Five of the eleven figures were variants of Captain Marvel, Spider-Woman, Moon Knight, Iron Man and Wasp. The variants were packaged with the same Modok parts as their regular versions.
|Beta Ray Bill||Thor (1966) #337||Hover Base|
|Captain Marvel||Diorama||Captain Marvel (1968) #25||Control Panel|
|Iron Man||Thor-Buster Armour||Iron Man (1998) #64||Right Arm|
|Moon Knight||Diorama||Marvel Team-Up (2004) #7||Left Arm|
|Silver Costume Variant|
|Spider-Woman||Diorama||Spider-Woman (1978) #1||Head|
|Wasp||Diorama||Avengers (1963) #195||Legs|
|Shoulder Length Hair, Red Costume Variant|
Each Face-Off set included two six-inch scale figures, a base (with a background,) and a reprinted comic.
Series 1 (2006)
|Captain America vs Red Skull||Captain America||Shield||Captain America (2002) #32|
|Captain America vs Baron Strucker (Variant Pack)||Captain America||Shield||Unmasked Variant|
|Daredevil vs Kingpin||Daredevil||Billy Club||Daredevil (1964) #171|
|Daredevil vs Kingpin (Variant Pack)||Daredevil||Billy Club||Unmasked Variant|
|Kingpin||Walking Stick||Angry Face and Black Suit Variant|
|Hulk vs Leader||Hulk||Incredible Hulk (1968) #115|
|Hulk vs Leader (Variant Pack)||Hulk||Screaming Variant|
Series 2 (2006)
|Wolverine vs Sabretooth||Wolverine||Based On First Appearance||Wolverine (1988) #10|
|Wolverine vs Sabretooth (Variant Pack)||Wolverine||Screaming Variant|
|Iron Man vs Mandarin||Iron Man||Modular Armor||Iron Man (1968) #311|
|War Machine vs Mandarin (Variant Pack)||War Machine|
|Mandarin||Red Costume Variant|
|Punisher vs Jigsaw||Punisher||Classic||Punisher (1987) #36|
|Punisher vs Business Suit Jigsaw (Variant Pack)||Punisher||Modern Variant|
|Jigsaw||Business Suit Variant|
X-Men Legends (2003)
|X-Men Legends||Beast||Glasses and Lab Coat||X-Men Legends Poster Book|
|Gambit||Vinyl Trench Coat|
|Magneto||Helmet||New Head Sculpt|
|Rogue||Gift Pack Exclusive|
|Wolverine||Unmasked, Blue/Yellow Costume|
Urban Legends (2003)
|Urban Legends||Daredevil||Display Stand and Billy Club||Red Costume||Urban Legends Poster Book|
|Elektra||Display Stand, Two Swords, Two Sai, and Removable Weapons Holder||White Repaint Costume|
|Punisher||Display Stand, Bazooka, and Removable Trenchcoat||Black Coat|
Spider-Man Vs Sinister 6 (2004)
|Spider-Man Vs Sinister 6||Black Cat||Gift Pack Exclusive||Spider-Man Vs Sinister 6 Poster Book|
|Doctor Octopus||A Reissue Of The Spider-Man Classics Version With A Coat|
|Electro||Gift Pack Exclusive|
|Green Goblin||A Repaint Of The Series 2 Hobgoblin figure With A New Head and Glider|
|Kraven the Hunter||A Reissue Of The Spider-Man Classics Version With A New Head|
|Venom||Remolded From Series 5 Sabretooth; Gift Pack Exclusive|
Fantastic Four (2004)
|Fantastic Four||Dr. Doom||Display Stand, Pistol, and Removable Mask and Cloak||Fantastic Four Poster Book|
|Franklin Richards||Gift Pack Exclusive|
|H.E.R.B.I.E.||Flight Stand||Gift Pack Exclusive|
|Human Torch||Display Stand||Partially Flame-On Version|
|Invisible Woman||Display Stand||Dark Blue Costume|
|Mr. Fantastic||Display Stand, Alternate Ball Form, and Removable Labcoat||Dark Blue Costume/Labcoat|
|The Thing||Display Stand|
NOTE: The translucent variants of both Human Torch and Invisible Woman were available in a stand alone variant gift set.
Spider-Man vs The Fearsome Foes (2005)
|Spider-Man vs The Fearsome Foes||Carnage||A Repaint Of The Spider-Man Classics Carnage With A New Head||Spider-Man vs The Fearsome Foes Poster Book|
|Rhino||Gift Pack Exclusive|
|Spider-Man||A Repaint Of The Series 12 Spider-Man With A New Head|
|Vulture||Gift Pack Exclusive|
Young Avengers (2006)
|Young Avengers||Asgardian||Staff, Satchel, and Removable Scarf||Young Avengers (2005) #1|
NOTE: All figures were exclusive to this gift pack, and each had a display stand.
|Monsters||Dracula||Removable Cape||Monsters Poster Book|
|Werewolf by Night|
NOTE: All figures were exclusive to this gift pack, and each had a display stand.
House of M (2006)
|House of M||Hulk||As Depicted In The Comic Book Series, House of M. Bald, with Aboriginal Body Paint|
|Iron Man||As Depicted In The Comic Book Series, House of M. Gun, and Energy Packs On Back|
|The It||The Thing, As Depicted In The Comic Book Series, Fantastic Four: House of M|
|The Inhuman Torch||Kristoff Vernard, as depicted in the comic book series, Fantastic Four: House of M|
NOTE: All figures were exclusive to this gift pack, and each had a display stand.
Iron Man (2002)
|Iron Man||Display Stand||The Stealth Armor Version||Iron Man Vol. 1 #149|
|Hulk||Display Stand||Removable White Shirt||Incredible Hulk Vol. 1 #314|
Giant Man BAF Series (2006)
This Marvel Legends BAF series, which built the largest Build-A-Figure of the entire line, consisted of eleven figures, each of which is paired with one of the ten parts needed to build Giant-Man.
Two of the eleven figures were variants of the Wolverine and Sentry.
|Wolverine (Age of Apocalypse Weapon X)||Weapon X (1995) #1||Right Foot|
|Burnt Face Variant||Left Hand|
|Sabretooth (Age of Apocalypse)||Astonishing X-Men (1995) #3||Left Foot|
|Ant Man||Marvel Premiere (1972) #47||Right Arm|
|Captain Britain||Excalibur (1988) #1||Right Leg|
|Kitty Pryde||Lockheed The Dragon||Astonishing X-Men (1995) #4||Upper Torso and Head|
|Havok||Uncanny X-Men (1963) #97||Left Leg|
|Sentry||Cleanly Shaven, Cut Hair||New Avengers (2005) #3||Left arm|
|Bearded, Long-haired Variant|
|Warbird||Avengers Annual (1963) #10||Lower Torso|
|Thor||Thor (1966) #351||Right Hand|
Fantastic Four Gift Pack (2005)
|Fantastic Four||Human Torch||Display Stand||Partial Flame-On||Fantastic Four Poster Book|
|Invisible Woman||Display Stand||Heroes Reborn Costume|
|Mr. Fantastic||Display Stand, Alternate Alongated Hand and Mallet Hand||Heroes Reborn Costume|
|The Thing||Display Stand, Sunglasses, Hat, and Removable Trenchcoat|
After Hasbro gained the rights to produce Marvel toys, the company continued with the theme of Build-A-Figure pieces. Also, Hasbro's new molds eliminated finger joints, a mainstay of the Toy Biz era, and the comic book pack-ins.
Annihilus BAF Series (2007)
This Marvel Legends Annihilus BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Annihilus.
This series is also known as the Marvel Legends Series 16 or the Hasbro Marvel Legends Series 1 (since this is the first Marvel Legends series produced by Hasbro after gaining the rights from ToyBiz).
|Emma Frost||Right Arm and Leg|
|Beast||X-Men: The Last Stand Movie Version||Left Arm and Leg|
|Planet Hulk||Armour Pieces||Head of Annihilus|
|Ultimate Iron Man||Packaged with Helmet On Or Off||Chest and Torso|
NOTE: Planet Hulk originally shipped with an erroneous silver left arm, but this was later updated to the correct green one.
Blob BAF Series (2007)
This Marvel Legends Blob BAF series consisted of eleven figures, each of which was paired with one of the eight parts needed to build Blob.
Three of the eleven figures were variants of Yellow Jacket, Quicksilver, and Jean Grey. This series is also known as the Marvel Legends Series 17 or the Hasbro Marvel Legends Series 2.
|Lord of Asgard Thor||Head|
|Quicksilver||Regular Version||Left Arm|
|First Appearance (Green) Variant|
|Ultimate Wolverine||Lower Torso|
|Jean Grey||X-Men: The Last Stand Movie Version||Right Arm|
|The X-Men: The Last Stand Phoenix Variant|
|Juggernaut||X-Men: The Last Stand Movie Version||Hands|
|Yellowjacket||Regular Version||Right Leg|
Brood Queen BAF Series (2007)
This Marvel Legends Brood Queen BAF series consisted of eight figures, each of which was paired with one of the eight parts needed to build the Brood Queen.
This series is also known as the Marvel Legends Series 18 or the Hasbro Marvel Legends Series 3.
|Black Knight (Dane Whitman)||Legs|
|Bucky||The Golden Age Version||Tail|
|Captain America||The Golden Age Version||Legs|
|Cyclops||The Astonishing X-Men Version||Head|
|Danger||The Astonishing X-Men Version||Wings|
|Hydra Soldier||Closed Mouth Variant||Front leg|
|Open Mouth Variant|
|Marvel Girl (Rachel Summers)||Effects Pieces||Torso|
|Cosmic Marvel Girl.|
|Colossus||X-Men: The Last Stand Movie Version||Front Leg|
NOTE: Marvel Girl also had 500 package variants, which had the figure facing inside the package and her back facing outside showing the phoenix tattoo on her back
Ronan the Accuser BAF Series (2007)
This Marvel Legends Fantastic Four BAF series consisted of eight figures, each of which is paired with one of the eight parts needed to build Ronan the Accuser.
|Dr. Doom||Pistol, Holster, and Cape||Cape|
|Human Torch||Left Leg|
|Mole Man||Staff||Left Arm|
|Namor the Sub-Mariner||Trident||Right Arm|
|Silver Surfer||Surfboard||Right Leg|
|Thing||Head and Helmet|
Sandman BAF Series (2007)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of eight figures, each of which is paired with one of the eight parts needed to build Sandman.
This series is often referred to as The Spiderman Trilogy, as all the figures were based on the Spider-Man movies released between 2002-2007.
|Doctor Octopus||Sunglasses||Spider-Man 2 (2005) Movie Version||Right Arm|
|Green Goblin||Glider||Spider-Man (2002) Movie Version||Leg|
|Mary Jane Watson||Board and Display Stand||Spider-Man 2 (2005) Movie Version||Torso|
|New Goblin||Sky-Stick and Sword||Spider-Man 3 (2007) Movie Version||Head|
|Sandman||Spider-Man 3 (2007) Movie Version||Left Foot|
|Spider-Man (Black)||Spider-Man 3 (2007) Movie Version||Leg|
|Spider-Man||Spider-Man (2002) Movie Version||Right Foot|
|Venom||Spider-Man 3 (2007) Movie Version||Left Arm|
Fin Fang Foom BAF Series (2008)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of eight figures, each of which was paired with one of the eight parts needed to build Fin Fang Foom.
This series, also known as the Hulk Series 1 and 2, shipped as two lines simultaneously.
|Absorbing Man||Right Leg|
|Doc Samson||Lower Torso|
|Hulk||Hulk: The End Version||Left Wing and Arm|
|King Hulk||Planet Hulk Version||Tail|
|Savage Grey Hulk||Regular Version||Left leg|
|Classic Green Hulk Variant|
|She-Hulk||First Appearance (Savage She-Hulk) Version||Head and Neck|
|Skaar (Son of Hulk)||Upper Torso|
|Wendigo||Right Wing and Arm|
NOTE: Some Wendigo figures had manufacturing errors where the Fin Fang Foom arm was missing from the package.
The Return Of Marvel Legends
Terrax BAF Series (2012)
All the figures in this wave, except for Thor, came with a "Build-A-Figure" piece to make a Terrax figure (His axe was included as an accessory).
The first Marvel Legends figure to be released in the new relaunched line was technically the 2011 SDCC exclusive Heroic Age Thor.
|Steve Rogers||Shield, Guns||Clear Shield Variant||Lower Torso|
|Shield, Guns||Normal Shield|
|Extremis Iron Man||Extremis Armor||Right Leg|
|Stealth Armor Variant|
|Ghost Rider||Blue Flames||Left and Right Arms|
|Orange Flame Variant|
|Thor||Hammer||Heroic Age Version||None|
|Hope Summers||Gun||Head and Axe|
Arnim Zola BAF Series (2012)
The second wave of the revitalized line featured seven basic figures. All the figures came with a BAF element that allowed collectors to piece together a Arnim Zola figure.
The series also had a running change of three figures, Piledriver, Madame Hydra, and Spider-Man (Future Foundation version,) which allowed for a Red Skull variant of Arnim Zola.
|Captain America (Bucky)||Shield, Knife, and Gun||Right Leg|
|Ball and Chain||Running Change to Piledriver||Head (Yellow Eye) and Control (Thunderball) / Head (Red eye) and Control (Piledriver)|
|Ball and Chain||Running Change from Thunderball|
|Gun||Running Change to Madame Hydra||Regular Zola Torso (Masque) / Variant Red Skull Torso (Hydra)|
|Gun||Running Change from Madame Masque|
|Drax||Two Knives||Left Leg|
|Spider-Man||Big Time Costume||None|
|Future Foundation Variant|
|Fantomex||Two Guns||Uncanny X-Force Costume||Right Arm|
|Daken (Dark Wolverine)||Masked||Left Arm|
Epic Heroes (2013)
This is the second series that does not include BAF pieces since figures began to ship with Build-A-Figures pieces (the first one being the Legendary Rider Series from Toy Biz in 2005). Instead, each figure came with a display base, just like in the early series of Marvel Legends, though these bases included much less detail and all were the same.
NOTE:The running change of figures, which were meant to include Danielle Moonstar and Blade as well as the variant versions of Dr. Doom and Deadpool never materialised.
Iron Monger BAF Series (2013)
Released to coincide with the Iron Man 3 film, this series includes Iron Man-related characters. It was split into two waves, each including three figures and three pieces of a comic-style Iron Monger Build-A-Figure. The second three figures were released later that year.
|Bleeding Edge Armour Version||Right Leg|
|Iron Patriot||Chest and Torso|
|Iron Man||Regular Helmet||Classic Hornhead Armour||Left Leg|
|Iron Patriot (James Rhodes)||Shoulder-Mounted Machine Gun||Iron Man 3 Movie Version||Left Arm|
|Iron Man||Iron Man 3 (Mark 42) Movie Version||Right Arm|
Hit-Monkey BAF Series (2013)
This series introduced the "Mini" Build-A-Figure concept, starting with Hit-Monkey.
As a change from previous series, only three of the six figures contained a Build-A-Figure piece.
|Protector||Two Pistols||Head and Guns|
|Red She-Hulk||Sword||Torso and Legs|
|Hyperion||Arms and Pistols|
|Ultimate Captain America||Shield|
|Wolverine||The X-Force Costume Version|
|Archangel||The Pink and Blue Version.|
NOTE: There were suppose to be variants for four of these figures: Archangel in his X-Force costume and chase figures of Sentry, Lyra and Iron Fist replacing Hyperion, Red She-Hulk and Protector repectively, but none materialised.
Rocket Raccoon BAF Series (2013)
This series included one of the most requested X-Men figures, Jean Grey in her Jim Lee style outfit. it also began to introduce characters from the Guardians of the Galaxy movie with a BAF of Rocket Raccoon.
This series was initially unveiled with several variants including White Phoenix Jean Grey, AoA Jean Grey, classic Hawkeye, and Bulldozer, but these figures did not ship. Some cases were shipped with an Ultimate Captain America from the Hit-Monkey series and also a Punisher variant (red chested Thunderbolts version) with Epic Heroes packaging.
|Jean Grey||90's Version (by Jim Lee)||Torso, Legs and Tail|
|Wrecker||Crowbar||Head and Gun|
|Hawkeye||Bow||Marvel NOW Version|
|Punisher||Four Guns, Pistol, and Stand||Red Repainted Chest (Thunderbolts) Version, Shipped Out in cases in Epic Heroes Packaging|
NOTE: Moonstone was also shown (at San Diego Comic Con 2012) as part of this wave, but never materialised. It was later released in the SDCC 2013 Exclusive Thunderbolts Boxset.
Marvel Legends Infinite Series
Hasbro gave the line a new start by rebranding it as the Marvel Legends Infinite Series.
The Infinite rebranding brought with it a whole new packaging design. Hasbro replaced the traditional blister card in favour of a box with a peggable "J" hook at the top. There are comic images on the sides, but otherwise the figure takes center stage with minimal distractions.
Mandroid BAF Series (2014)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of nine figures, eight of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Mandroid.
Red Skull and Hydra Soldier, and Baron Zemo and AIM Soldier were packaged with the same Mandroid parts.
This series was released to coincide with the Captain America: The Winter Soldier movie.
|Captain America||Shield, Pistol||Captain America: The First Avenger WW2 Movie Version.
Re-released (Non-Legends) figure from Hasbro's Wal-Mart-exclusive movie line
|Captain America||Shield||Marvel NOW Version||Mandroid Head|
|Red Skull||Cosmic Cube, Pistols||Classic Version||Left Arm|
|Hydra Soldier||Guns||Classic Version|
|Baron Zemo||Sword, Guns||Modern Version||Right Arm|
|AIM Soldier||Guns||Classic Version|
|Captain America||Alternate Head & Hands, Shield||Captain America: The Winter Soldier Movie Version||Right Leg (On packaging: Left)|
|Black Widow||Alternate Head & Hands, Rifle||Captain America: The Winter Soldier Movie Version||Torso|
|Winter Soldier||Alternate Head, Rifle||Captain America: The Winter Soldier Movie Version||Left Leg (On packaging: Right)|
Ultimate Green Goblin BAF Series (2014)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of nine figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Ultimate Green Goblin.
Carnage and Toxin, Black Cat and Spider-Girl, and Ultimate Beetle and Boomerang were packaged with the same Ultimate Green Goblin pieces.
This series was released to coincide with the The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie.
|Spider-Man||Alternate Hands||The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Movie Version||Right Arm|
|Electro||Interchangeable Head, Alternate Hands||The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Movie Version||Left Arm|
|Superior Spider-Man||None||Doctor Octopus as Spider-Man||Right Leg|
|Black Cat||Whip||Classic Version||Torso|
|Ultimate Beetle||Wings||Ultimate Spider-Man Cartoon Version||Left Leg|
|Boomerang||Four Boomerangs||The Superior Foes of Spider-Man Version|
Groot BAF Series (2014)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build a Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) version of Groot.
This series was released to coincide with the The Guardians of the Galaxy movie.
|Gamora||Sword||Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Version||Right Leg|
|Rocket Raccoon||Laser Cannon, Hadron Enforcer||Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Version||Head and Chest|
|Star-Lord||Alternate Masked Head, Quad Blasters, Headphones, Sony Walkman, The Orb||Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Version||Left Arm|
|Drax||Knives||Guardians of the Galaxy Movie Version||Abdomen|
|Nova||None||Modern Version||Right Arm|
|Iron Man||None||Cosmic Version||Left Leg|
Allfather BAF Series (2015)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of seven figures, five of which were paired with one of the five parts needed to build Odin.
Machine Man and Captain Marvel have different Build-A-Figure pieces to turn Odin into King Thor.
|Captain Marvel||Alternate Head and Energy Burst||Modern Version||King Thor Head, Cape, and Axe|
|Machine Man||Interchangeable Arms||Classic Version||King Thor Arms|
|Scarlet Witch||Hex Blasts||Classic Version||Odin Head, Cape, and Staff|
|Thor||Mjolnir and Sword||Marvel NOW! Version||Right Leg|
|Sentry||None||Classic Version||Odin Arms|
|Hawkeye||Bow||Heroic Age Version||Torso|
|Iron Fist||Alternate Hands||White Suit Version||Left Leg|
Hobgoblin BAF Series (2015)
This BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which is paired with one of the six parts needed to build Hobgoblin (Phil Urich).
Spider-Girl and Spider-Woman were packaged with the same Hobgoblin pieces.
|Anti-Venom||None||Classic Version||Right Leg|
|Daredevil||Billy-Clubs||Red Costume Version||Left Arm and Pumpkin Bomb|
|Spider-Girl||None||Mayday Parker||Head and Wings|
|Spider-Man||Alternate Head, Hands, and Pizza Slice||Classic Version||Left Leg|
|Spider-Man 2099||Wings||Classic Version||Right Arm and Sword|
|Spider-Woman||Wings||Ultimate Costume Version||Torso|
Thanos BAF Series (2015)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Thanos.
|Captain America||Alternate Head and Hands, Shield||Avengers: Age of Ultron Movie Version.
(Retool of the Mandroid BAF Series Movie Captain America)
|Iron Man||Alternate Open Face Plate Head||Avengers: Age of Ultron (Mark 43) Movie Version.
(Repaint of the Iron Monger BAF Series Iron Man (Mark 42) Figure)
|Hulk||None||Avengers: Age of Ultron Movie Version||Right Arm|
|Hellcat||Baton||Classic Version||Left Arm and Head|
|Spider-Woman||Two Sets of Removeable Wings||Jessica Drew||Left Arm and Head|
Hulkbuster BAF Series (2015)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of seven figures, each of which was paired with one of the seven parts needed to build a Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) version of the Hulkbuster.
|Doctor Strange||Hex Blasts||Marvel NOW! Version||Left Leg|
|Blizzard||None||Classic Version||Upper Torso|
|Vision||Cape||Marvel NOW! Version||Lower Torso|
|Iron Man||None||Marvel NOW! Version
(Repaint of the (Non-Legends) Iron Man Mark IV From Hasbro's Wal-Mart-Exclusive Iron Man 2 Line)
|War Machine||Alternate Open Face Plate Head and Shoulder-Mounted Machine Gun||Avengers: Age of Ultron (Mark 2) Movie Version.
(Repaint of the Iron Monger BAF Series Movie Iron Patriot)
|Thundra||Wrecking ball||Classic Version||Left Arm|
|Valkyrie||Sword||Classic Version||Right Arm|
Ultron Prime BAF Series (2015)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build a Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) version of Ultron.
|Ant-Man||Ant, Ant-Man and Yellowjacket Mini-Figures||Ant-Man Movie Version||Head|
|Grim Reaper||None||Classic Version||Left Leg|
|Tiger Shark||None||Classic Version||Right Arm|
|Giant-Man||None||Avengers Academy Version||Right Leg|
|Bulldozer||None||Classic Version||Left Arm|
Rhino BAF Series (2015)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of seven figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Rhino.
Misty Knight and White Tiger were packaged with the same Rhino piece.
|Ghost Rider||None||Classic Version||Left Leg|
|Scarlet Spider||Alternate Hands||Classic Version||Masked Head and Screaming Head|
|Chameleon||J.J Jameson and Hammerhead Alternate Heads, Tommy Gun and Machine Gun||Classic Version||Left Arm|
|Misty Knight||Gun||Classic Version||Torso|
|White Tiger||None||Classic Version|
|Kraven the Hunter||Spear||Classic Version||Right Leg|
|Superior Venom||Tendrils||The Superior Foes of Spider-Man Version||Right Arm|
Absorbing Man BAF Series (2016)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of seven figures, each of which was paired with one of the seven parts needed to build Absorbing Man.
|Spider-Man||Alternate Hand, Carnage Head||Ben Reilly Version||Left and Right Arms (Steel and Regular)|
|Venom||Closed Fists, Alternate Head with Open Mouth and Tongue||Eddie Brock Classic Version, Designed by Todd McFarlane||Two Heads|
|Spider-Gwen||Alternate Head with No Mask and Hood Down||Wrecking Ball|
|Jack O'Lantern||Sickle, Flaming Broomstick, Grenade||Classic Version||Left Leg|
|Morbius||Cape||Classic Version||Left and Right Arms (Stone and Wood)|
|Beetle||Wings||The Superior Foes of Spider-Man Version||Right Leg|
|Speed Demon||Alternate Flat Hands, Silvermane Head on Remote Control Car||The Superior Foes of Spider-Man Version||Torso|
Red Onslaught BAF Series (2016)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of seven figures, each of which was paired with one of the seven parts needed to build Red Onslaught.
|Agent 13||S.H.I.E.L.D. Gun||Right Leg|
|Captain America||Alternate Hands. Capwolf Head, and Shield||Classic Version||Cape|
|Taskmaster||Shield, Sword and Alternate UDON Head with Black Hood||Modern Version.
This look is based on the redesigned look, which first Premiered in the 2002 comic mini-series.
|Scourge||Handgun, Shotgun, and Knife||D-Man Version||Left Leg|
|Whirlwind||Two Removable Saw Blades||Left Arm|
Giant Man BAF Series (2016)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build a Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) version of Giant Man.
|Captain America||Shield||Captain America: Civil War Movie Version
Redeco of the Thanos BAF series Captain America figure
|Iron Man||Additional Pair of Open-Palmed Hands
Two Blast Effects
|Captain America: Civil War (Mark 46) Movie Version||Right Arm|
|Black Panther||Alternate Unmasked Head||Captain America: Civil War Movie Version||Left Leg|
|Nuke||Cyborg Head, Dagger, Gun||Frank Simpson. Classic Version||Torso|
|Nick Fury||Alternate Head (S.H.I.E.L.D. Agent)
Alternate Head (Dirk Anger)
|Classic White Version||Left Arm|
|Red Guardian||Shield||Classic Version||Right Leg|
Space Venom BAF Series (2016)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Space Venom.
|Hobgoblin||Alternate Head, Glider||Classic Version||Head|
|Ultimate Spider-Man (Miles Morales)||Alternate Hands and Alternate Head||Miles Morales. The Ultimate Spider-Man||Right Arm|
|Ultimate Spider-Man (Peter Parker)||Alternate Hands and Alternate Head||Version of Peter Parker from Ultimate Spider-Man Comics||Left Arm|
|Silk||Alternate Head and Neck Scarf||Right Leg|
|Electro||Alternate Head||Classic Version||Left Leg|
Abomination BAF Series (2016)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which was paired with one of the six parts needed to build Abomination.
|Scarlet Witch||Energy Blasts||Captain America: Civil War Movie Version||Head|
|Captain Britain||Classic Version||Left Arm|
|Eel||Alternate Hands||Edward Lavell||Torso|
|Iron Skull||Alternate Head||Version of Red Skull from Avengers Assemble Cartoon
The head is reused from the Mandroid Wave Red Skull figure, and the body is a repaint of the Iron Monger wave Iron Man Mark 42 figure
|Secret War Captain America||Shield Throwing Hand||Based on an Unused Concept Design for Secret Wars||Right Arm|
|Wonder Man||Alternate Hands and Energy Blasts||Classic Version||Right Leg|
Juggernaut BAF Series (2016)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of eight figures, seven of which was paired with one of the seven parts needed to build Juggernaut.
|Wolverine||Regular Fists||Brown Costume||Head|
|Kitty Pryde||Lockheed||Modern Version||Right Arm|
(Note, she also comes with an alternate 'Onslaught' head for the previously released 'Red Onslaught' BAF)
|Iceman||Modern Version||Left Arm|
|Phoenix||Green Costume||Upper Torso|
|Cable||Two Large Guns and Ammo Belt||Avengers: X-Sanction Version||Lower Torso|
|Rogue||Ungloved Hand||Jim Lee Version||Left Leg|
|Havok||Energy Blasts||Modern Version||Right Leg|
|Deadpool||Two Katana Blades, Two Handguns, Knife, Rail Gun, Shotgun, Alternate Wade Wilson Head, and Taco||Modern Version||None|
Dormammu BAF Series (2016)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of eight figures, each of which was paired with one of the eight parts needed to build Dormammu.
This series was released to coincide with the Doctor Strange movie.
|Dr. Strange||Spell and Alternate Spell Casting Hands||Doctor Strange Movie Version||Left Leg|
|Karl Mordo||Staff||Doctor Strange Movie Version||Right Leg and Flaming Skulls|
|Nico Minoru||Staff of One and Alternate Magic Infused Arm||Lower Torso|
|Iron Fist||Flaming Fists, Bandaged Fists, and Flame Blasts||Green Costume||Shoulder Pads/Chest Cap|
|Enchantress||Magic Effects||Classic Version
Repaint of the Enchantress figure from The Raft SDCC box set
|Astral Dr. Strange||'Foggy-White' Doctor Strange Movie Version (No Cape)||Head|
|Dr. Strange||Magic Effects||Retool of the Hulkbuster wave Marvel NOW! Doctor Strange figure||Right Arm|
|Brother Voodoo||Staff||Repaint of the Brother Voodo Figure from the Book of Vishanti SDCC box set||Left Arm|
NOTE: The Dormammu Build-A-Figure is a repaint of the earlier Dormammu figure from the Book of Vishanti San Diego Comic-Con box set.
Sandman BAF Series (January 2017)
|Ms. Marvel||Alternate Enlarged Hands||Torso|
|Spider-Man 2099||Modern Version||Right Arm|
|Green Goblin||Goblin Glider and Pumpkin Bomb||Modern Version||Head|
|Jackal||Classic Version||Right Leg|
|Symbiote Spider-Man||Classic Version||Left Arm|
|Shocker||Vibration Blast Effects||Modern Version||Left Leg|
Twin Packs Series 1 (2008)
Following in the footsteps of Toy Biz's Face Off sets, Hasbro's first twin pack series paired Elektra with Ronin, Mr Fantastic with Thing, Ultimate Nick Fury with Ultimate Captain America, and Wolverine with Forge. There was also an Skrull Elektra with Ronin variant.
|Elektra and Ronin||Elektra||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts|
|Skrull Elektra and Ronin (Variant Pack)||Skrull Elektra||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts|
|Mr Fantastic and Thing||Mr Fantastic||Classic Colours|
|Ultimate Nick Fury and Ultimate Captain America||Ultimate Nick Fury||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts|
|Ultimate Captain America|
|Wolverine and Forge||Wolverine||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts|
Twin Packs Series 2 (2009)
Following up on the twin packs from the previous year, this series offered Hand Ninja with Nick Fury, Invisible Woman with Human Torch, Maria Hill with Iron Man, Sharon Carter with Iron Man (Stealth Armour,) and Skrull Soldier and Kree Soldier. There was also an Hand Ninja with Dum Dum Dugan variant.
|Hand Ninja and Nick Fury||Hand Ninja||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts|
|Hand Ninja and Dum Dum Dugan (Variant Pack)||Hand Ninja||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts||White Costume Variant|
|Dum Dum Dugan|
|Invisible Woman and Human Torch||Invisible Woman||Classic Colours|
|Maria Hill and Iron Man||Maria Hill||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts|
|Sharon Carter and Iron Man||Sharon Carter||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts|
|Skrull Soldier and Kree Soldier||Skrull Soldier||Weapons and Interchangeable Parts|
Captain America: Civil War (2016)
A Three-pack featuring battle damaged versions of Captain America and Iron Man, along with the first MCU Spider-Man figure.
The Captain America and Iron Man figures were slight repaints and retools of the previous Giant-Man wave figures, while the Spider-Man was a brand new figure exclusive to the box set.
|Captain America: Civil War||Captain America||Battle damaged shield and alternate head||Captain America: Civil War Battle Damaged Movie Version|
|Iron Man||Blast effects and alternate head||Captain America: Civil War (Mark 46) Battle Damaged Movie Version|
|Spider-Man||Captain America: Civil War Movie Version|
Avengers: Age Of Ultron Four-Pack (2015)
This four-pack includes Avengers: Age of Ultron movie versions of Thor, Doctor Banner, Hawkeye and Black Widow.
|Black Widow||Stun Batons||Retool of the Mandroid BAF Series Black Widow|
|Hawkeye||Bow and Quiver||Retool of the Hawkeye from Wal-Mart's (Non-Legends) Avengers Movie Line|
|Thor||Mjolnir||Exclusive to This Pack|
|Bruce Banner||None||Exclusive to This Pack|
Ultimate Wolverine (2008)
|Ultimate Wolverine||Based On His Appearances In The Ultimate Universe|
Puck BAF Series (2013)
This Diamond Exclusive series, released to coincide with The Wolverine film, includes only X-Men-related characters, and features a BAF Puck.
The line up includes modern versions of Wolverine, Cyclops, Emma Frost and Sabretooth. Also planned, though not released were an alternate version of Cyclops in his Phoenix Force outfit and a modern version of Rogue as an alternative figure to Emma Frost.
|Wolverine||Astonishing X-Men Costume|
|Emma Frost||Modern Costume||Torso and Legs|
Guardians Of The Galaxy Box Set (2015)
This box measured 15-inches tall x 13-inches long x 3-inches wide, and contained the first-ever comic book version of Groot
|Drax the Destroyer||Cosmic Cube, Four Daggers, and Interchangeable Hands|
|Gamora||Removable Head, Cloak and Sword|
|Star-Lord (Peter Quill)||Two Blasters|
|Rocket Raccoon||Three Blasters|
|Baby Groot (in Pot)|
AoA Sunfire (2008)
Hasbro has a long tradition of doing "Fans' Choice" figures for their Star Wars license, but this is their first shot for Marvel Legends. In a poll run through ToyFare magazine, fans could pick which of eight Marvel characters they'd want to see as an exclusive, and Sunfire beat out such luminaries as Silver Samurai and Gambit.
The figure is packaged on a unique blister card with a fiery backdrop and a large cradboard wrap around the bottom.
|AoA. Sunfire||Age of Apocalypse Version|
Best Of Marvel Legends (2016)
This is a re-release of previous available figures and was exclusive to the UK and Australia. It incorporated a repainted Hulkbuster as the Build-A-Figure.
|Loki||Chitauri Scepter and Removable Helmet||The Avengers Movie Version
Re-released (Non-Legends) figure from Hasbro's Wal-Mart-exclusive movie line
|Black Widow||Alternate Hands||Captain America: The Winter Soldier Movie Version
Re-released figure from Mandroid BAF Series
|Captain America||Shield||The Avengers Movie Version
Re-released (Non-Legends) figure from Hasbro's Wal-Mart-exclusive movie line
|Thor||Mjolnir||Avengers: Age of Ultron Movie Version
Re-Released from Amazon-Exclusive Four-Pack
|War Machine||Shoulder-Mounted Machine Gun||Avengers: Age of Ultron (Mark 2) Movie Version
Re-Released Figure from Hulkbuster BAF Series
|Iron Man||Avengers: Age of Ultron (Mark 43) Movie Version
Re-Released Figure from Thanos BAF Series
|Hulk||Avengers: Age of Ultron Movie Version
Re-Released Figure From Thanos BAF Series
|Hawkeye||Bow and Quiver||The Avengers Movie Version
Re-Released from Amazon-Exclusive Four-Pack
Marvel Unlimited Online Exclusives
Age Of Ultron (2013)
This Exclusive gold Age of Ultron figure was free with the purchase of a new Marvel Unlimited Plus digital comics subscription at Marvel.com. The subscription came with the figure, variant edition #10 Age Of Ultron comic with cover art by Salvador Larroca, a personalized Plus Member card, welcome letter and custom collectible comic box.
|Ultron||Figure Stand||Repainted Figure From The Iron Monger BAF Series.|
Rocket Raccoon (2014)
This Exclusive Rocket Raccoon figure was free with the purchase of a new Marvel Annual Unlimited Plus digital comics subscription at Marvel.com. The subscription came with the figure, limited edition Rocket Raccoon #1 variant comic book with cover art by Sara Pichelli, a personalized member plus card and savings at Marvel.com.
|Rocket Raccoon||Rocket blaster||Repainted Figure From The Rocket Raccoon BAF series (Red Gloves and Trim to White Gloves and Trim)|
Rescue (Pepper Potts) (2016)
This Exclusive Rescue figure was free with the purchase of a new Marvel Annual Unlimited Plus digital comics subscription at Marvel.com.
|Rescue||This Figure Was Announced In 2013 As Part of The Iron Monger BAF series, But Was Shelved For Unknown Reasons.|
Captain Marvel (2017)
This Marvel Unlimited Captain Marvel figure is a repaint of the 2015 Carol Danvers six-inch figure in her grey/silver and blue costume from the “Time Runs Out” storyline.
|Captain Marvel||"Time Runs Out" costume version. Repaint of the Allfather wave Captain Marvel figure.|
San Diego Comic Con Exclusives
|She-Hulk||Interchangeable Pieces||Converts From Lawyer Suit To Fantastic Four Uniform|
Stan Lee (2007)
|Stan Lee||Spider-Man Arms and Legs, Spider-Man and Peter Parker Heads||Removable Clothes Reveals a Spider-Man Body|
Savage Land Gift Set (2008)
|Ka-Zar||Weapons||This Figure Is Exclusive To This Savage Land Set|
|Shanna||This Figure Is Exclusive To This Savage Land Set|
|Zabu||This Figure Is Exclusive To This Savage Land Set|
Fin Fang Foom (2008)
|Absorbing Man||Complete Set Of Eight Figures From The Fin Fang Foom BAF Series In A Unique Box|
|Hulk||Hulk: The End Version|
|King Hulk||Planet Hulk Version|
|Savage Grey Hulk||Regular Version|
|Classic Green Hulk Variant|
|She-Hulk||First Appearance (Savage She-Hulk) Version|
|Skaar (Son of Hulk)|
Heroic Age Thor (2011)
The first Marvel Legends figure to be released in the new relaunched line.
It was released in special Mjölnir shaped package and featured the character with a paint deco that makes him look as if he is about to wield the power of lightening.
|Heroic Age Thor||Mjölnir||Initially revealed at The New York Toy Fair in 2011, this figure was later released in the Return of Marvel Legends Terrax series.|
The Uncanny X-Force Box Set (2012)
|Psylocke||Psychic Katana||Based On Her Appearance In Uncanny X-Force|
|Archangel||Based On His Appearance In Uncanny X-Force|
|Wolverine||Based On His Appearance In Uncanny X-Force|
The Thunderbolts Box Set (2013)
|Luke Cage||Based On His Appearance In Thunderbolts|
|Moonstone||Based On Her Appearance In Thunderbolts|
|Ghost||Extra Head||Translucent Version. Based On His Appearance In Thunderbolts|
|Satana||Based On Her Appearance In Thunderbolts|
|Crossbones||Gatling Gun||Based On His Appearance In Thunderbolts|
The Thanos Imperative Box Set (2014)
This special edition collection features five exclusive Marvel Legends figures: Black Bolt, Medusa, Star-Lord, Gladiator and Blastaar.
The set comes in a special-edition package designed to look like the Galactus Engine, the ultimate weapon from The Thanos Imperative.
|Black Bolt||None||Based on the Marvel Comics story The Thanos Imperative|
|Medusa||None||Based on the Marvel Comics story The Thanos Imperative|
|Star-Lord||Two Blasters||Based on the Marvel Comics story The Thanos Imperative|
|Gladiator||None||Based on the Marvel Comics story The Thanos Imperative|
|Blastaar||None||Based on the Marvel Comics story The Thanos Imperative|
Ant-Man Box Set (2015)
Featuring five iterations of Ant-Man from throughout his long Marvel history, this special edition package features figures that depict the stages in which Ant-Man “shrinks” in size (and increase in power?!)
The figures come in special packaging designed to look like Ant-Man's helmet – complete with swivel antennae.
|Hank Pym||Lab Coat and Alternate Heads||Three-and-Three-Quarter-Inch Figure|
|Scott Lang Ant-Man||One-and-a-Half-Inch Figure|
|Hank Pym Ant-Man||One-Inch Figure|
The Book of Vishanti (2015)
The Book of Vishanti set contains five figures with their respective accessories and the Eye of Agamotto replica prop. The leatherette 16” x 14” x 3” exterior opens into five pages of artwork which covers red velveteen inlay housing the figures.
|Doctor Strange||Two Hex Blasts||Marvel NOW! Astral Form, and Exclusive To This Set|
|Doctor Voodoo||Staff||Different Version To The One Released In the Dormammu BAF Series|
|Magik||Two Swords||This Figure Is Exclusive To This Set|
|Hela||Sword||This Figure Is Exclusive To This Set|
|Dormammu||Two Flame Accessories||Different Flame Accessories To The Dormammu BAF|
The Raft Box Set (2016)
This box set was done in a special window box style packaging that gave off the illusion of the villainous characters being imprisoned in high-tech cells.
|Spider-Man||None||This Version Is Exclusive To This Set|
|Abomination||None||Different Version To The Abomination BAF|
|Purple Man||None||This Figure Is Exclusive To This Set|
|Enchantress||Magical Energy Effects||Different Version To The One Released In the Dormammu BAF Series|
|Dreadknight||Sword and Lance||This Figure Is Exclusive To This Set|
|Sandman||None||This Figure Is Exclusive To This Set|
Movie Hulk (2008)
This Hulk figure uses the body of the series 1 Hulk with a new head sculpt, which is meant to look more like the Hulk in the 2008 movie, The Incredible Hulk.
|The Incredible Hulk||The Incredible Hulk Movie Hulk|
Red Hulk Series (2008)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of seven figures, each of which is paired with one of the six parts needed to build Red Hulk.
|Adam Warlock||Left Leg|
|Silver Savage||Silver Surfer In Planet Hulk Gladiator Armour||Right Leg|
|Spider-Man (Symbiote costume)||Left Arm|
|Wolverine||Classic Yellow/Blue Costume
Retool of the Toy Biz Wolverine figure from Series 4
|Black Variant, from Uncanny X-Men (1963) #381|
Infinite Three-Pack (2014)
This three-pack was first shown at SDCC 2014 and includes a new Ms.Marvel sculpt, Ultimate Captain America (with alternate Steve Rogers head) and Radioactive Man.
|Ms. Marvel||None||Carol Danvers|
|Ultimate Captain America||Captain America's Shield and Alternate Head|
Infinite Three-Pack (2015)
This three-pack includes Doc Green, Ultron, and Vision.
|Doc Green||None||Marvel NOW Version. Thanos BAF Series Hulk Remold|
|Ultron||None||Remold of Ultimate Green Goblin BAF Series Beetle|
|Vision||None||White Repaint of Hulkbuster BAF series Vision|
Marvel Legends Two-Pack (2016)
The two-pack featured War Machine and Iron Man.
|War Machine||Stun Baton, Mini-Guns, and Alternate Hands||Captain America: Civil War Mark III Movie Version|
|Iron Man||Shoulder-Mounted Machine Gun||Mark XXVII (Disco) Armour From Iron Man 3.|
Repaint of the Iron Patriot figure from the Iron Monger BAF Series
Toys R Us Exclusives
25th Anniversary Wolverine (2007)
|Wolverine||Silver Version Of Series Six Figure|
Diamond Emma Frost (2007)
|Emma Frost||Clear Plastic Version Of Hasbro ML Series 1|
Black Queen (2007)
|Jean Grey||Jean Grey/Emma Frost Body Repaint|
Twin Packs Series 3 (2010)
|Deadpool and Warpath||Deadpool||Machine Gun, Pistol, Two Katana Swords with Removable Sheaths||Classic Red and Black Costume|
|Warpath||Two Hunting Knives||Black and Silver X-Force Costume|
|Deadpool and Warpath (Variant)||Deadpool||Machine Gun, Pistol, Two Katana Swords with Removable Sheaths||Blue Costume|
|Warpath||Two Hunting Knives||Red and Blue Costume|
|Valkyrie and Hulk||Valkyrie||Gold Sword, Bo-Staff, Removable Cape and Sheath||Black Costume with Blue Cape|
|Hulk||None||Green Skin and Purple Pants|
|Black Widow and Winter Soldier||Black Widow||Machine Gun, Pistol, Alternate Short-Haired Head||Black Costume|
|Winter Soldier||Machine Gun, Pistol, Alternate Long-Haired Head||Black Costume, Captain America's Shield Star On Left Shoulder|
|Black Widow and Winter Soldier (Variant)||Black Widow||Machine Gun, Pistol and Alternate Head||Gray Costume|
|Winter Soldier||Machine Gun, Pistol and Alternate Head||Black Costume, Red Star On Left Shoulder|
Original X-Men (2014)
Based on Brian Michael Bendis' All-New X-Men comic series, the set includes five six-inch figures: Cyclops, Beast, Angel, Iceman and Jean Grey in their original X-Men costumes.
|Cyclops||None||Classic Blue and Yellow Costume, and Exclusive To This Set|
|Marvel Girl||None||Classic Blue and Yellow Costume, and Exclusive To This Set|
|Beast||None||Classic Blue and Yellow Costume, and Exclusive To This Set|
|Angel||Wings||Classic Blue and Yellow Costume, and Exclusive To This Set|
|Ice Man||None||Translucent Version, and Exclusive To This Set|
Infinite X-Men Series (2014)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of five figures, four of which was paired with one of the four parts needed to build Jubilee.
This wave was released to Toys R Us with poor distribution, it was then supposed to ship to comic shops a few weeks later, but before that could happen Hasbro announced to Diamond that it had sold out of the assortment, making this, ultimately, an exclusive Toys R Us collection.
|Cyclops||Marvel NOW! Version||Right Arm|
|Magneto||Classic Version||Left Arm|
|Storm||Marvel NOW! Version||Torso and Legs|
|Stryfe||Sword||Classic Version||Head and Energy Blasts|
|Wolverine||Unmasked, Astonishing X-Men Costume Version|
S.H.I.E.L.D. Three-Pack (2015)
This set was unveiled at SDCC 2014 and includes Maria Hill, Nick Fury and Agent Phil Coulson.
|Maria Hill||None||New Head Sculpt|
|Nick Fury||Two Guns||Previously Available in the Non-Legends, Captain America - The First Avenger Series|
|Agent Phil Coulson||Revenge Blaster and Alternate Head||Exclusive to This Set|
Avengers Three-Pack (2016)
This set was first shown at New York Toy Fair 2016 and includes Kate Bishop (Hawkeye,) Sam Wilson (Captain America,) and The All-New Vision. All three figures in this set are based on the modern Marvel comic books.
|All-New Vision||Cape||Exclusive to This Three-Pack|
|Sam Wilson (Captain America)||Captain America's Shield||Exclusive to This Three-Pack|
|Kate Bishop (Hawkeye)||Hawkeye's Bow||Exclusive to This Three-Pack|
Agent Venom (2014)
The Marvel Legends Agent Venom was officially the first-ever Walgreens exclusive Marvel action figure.
|Agent Venom||Four Guns and Tendrils||Flash Thompson, as he First Appeared In Secret Avengers (2010) #23|
|Ant-Man||None||Eric O'Grady's Life-Model Decoy, The Black Ant|
|Daredevil||Red Billy Clubs||Yellow Costume Version (First Appearance)|
|Namor the Sub-Mariner||Trident and Alternate Hands|
The Punisher (2016)
|The Punisher||Two Guns and a Rocket Launcher||Based on Jim Lee's 90's Design|
Silver Surfer (2007)
|Silver Surfer||Repainted Toy Biz Figure, Without the Blue Washing.|
Cable & Marvel Girl Twin Pack (2007)
|Marvel Girl||The Second Costume Version|
Cannonball & Domino Twin Pack (2007)
|Cannonball||Flight Jacket and Goggles (Late New Mutants) Costume|
Ares BAF Series (2008)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consists of eight figures, each of which is paired with one of the eight parts needed to build Ares.
|Iron Man||The Heroes Reborn Version||Helmet and Swords|
|Human Torch||Regular Version||Left Arm|
|Kang the Conqueror||Upper Torso|
|Scarlet Spider||Ben Reilly||Right Arm|
|Ultimate War Machine||The Ultimate Universe Version||Head|
Nemesis BAF Series (2009)
This Marvel Legends BAF series consisted of six figures, each of which is paired with one of the six parts needed to build Age of Apocalypse, Nemesis (aka Holocaust).
|Beast||The Astonishing X-Men Version||Right Arm|
|Black Bolt||Right Leg|
|Daredevil||First Appearance||Lower Torso|
|Red Costume Variant|
|Punisher||Tim Bradstreet Style||Left Arm|
|Camo Style Variant|
Captain America: Civil War: Falcon (2016)
|Falcon||Attachable Wings, Flight Pack and Redwing Drone||Captain America: Civil War Movie Version|
Captain America: Civil War: Bucky Barnes (2016)
|Bucky Barnes||Handgun and Combat Knife||Captain America: Civil War Movie Version|
A Marvel Legends Flatman "figure" was included as a joke cut-out in the GLX-Mas Special (2005). It featured "infinite" points of articulation and three action phrases (to be said with one's own voice).
Bring On The Bad Guys
In October 2005, pre-production promotional material for Series 13, Bring on the Bad Guys, (which was later released as the six figured Onslaught BAF series) was leaked to the Internet. This promotional material depicted a seventh figure, Crimson Dynamo, and also advertised that each figure in the series would come with a supplementary Henchman generic figure.
|Crimson Dynamo||None||Doombot||Crimson Dynamo was finally released in Hasbro's second wave in Iron Man: The Armoured Avengers series. Doombot remains unreleased|
|Abomination||None||Skrull Alien||Skrull sculpt was later released in a two pack (with Brood Alien) under the Marvel Select banner|
|Blackheart||None||Brood Alien||Brood Alien sculpt was later released in a two pack (with Skrull Alien) under the Marvel Select banner|
|Green Goblin||Alternate Head||AIM Agent||A new, more articulated and improved sculpt of the AIM Agent was released in Mandroid BAF Series|
|Lady Deathstrike||None||Hand Ninja||A new, more articulated sculpt of the Hand Ninja was released in the Hasbro produced Twin Pack, Series Two|
|Loki||Alternate Head||Hydra Agent||A new, more articulated sculpt of the Hydra Agent was released in Brood Queen BAF Series|
|Pyro||None||Hellfire Club Soldier||Hellfire Club Soldier remains unreleased|
NOTE:Simailar pre-production rumors surfaced regarding the possibility of a "Build-a-Vehicle" Quinjet, but this too was ultimately scrapped.
Non-articulated, one-inch X-Babies pack-ins, a Thunder Frog (Thor turned into a frog by Loki), and Forbush Man (Marvel's unofficial mascot, a character from the Not Brand Echh! humor book) were displayed alongside the henchmen prototypes at the Comic-Con International in July 2006. The X-Babies were originally planned for release in Wave 14, alongside the Mojo BAF.
- Colossusus (Colossus)
- Creepy Crawler (Nightcrawler)
- Shadowkitty (Shadowcat)
- Shower (Storm)
- Shugah (Rogue)
- Wolvie (Wolverine)
- Captain Amerikid (Captain America)
- Hawkey (Hawkeye)
- Iron Ace (Iron Man)
- Thunderson (Thor)
ToyFare Fan Poll
Hasbro, along with ToyFare magazine, held a poll for which figure would be released as an exclusive on HasbroToyShop.com. Although Age of Apocalypse Sunfire won, it was stated that the other unreleased prototypes would find their way into future wave assortments (either as single carded figures or in two packs). The other prototypes included:
- 1st Appearance Storm
- Gambit (Yellow and Blue Jim Lee X-Men costume)
- Silver Samurai
On SDCC 2009 Preview Night, Hasbro exhibited prototypes for upcoming characters in the toy line. Based on the results of a fan poll, the top three choices (Black Widow, Deadpool, and Valkyrie) were scheduled for release. In addition, three other figures (The Hulk, Winter Soldier, and Warpath) were eventually released as well. The other prototypes included:
- Brother Voodoo
- Classic Ms. Marvel
- Lady Bullseye
- Modern Havok
- Multiple Man
- Spider-Man as The Amazing Bag-Man
- White Phoenix
Later Released Prototypes:
- Constrictor (later launched in 2012 Marvel Legends first wave)
- Fantomex (later launched in 2012 Marvel Legends second wave)
- X-Force Wolverine (later launched in 2012 SDCC Exclusive X-Force 3-Pack)
Toy Biz had several lines of toys which are related to Marvel Legends in that the toys are Marvel characters, often exhibit comparable articulation, and are similar in scale. With the exception of Spider-Man Classics, which actually pre-date Marvel Legends, these lines do not include comic books and do not ship in the same clamshell packaging. The figures in these related lines also usually include some sort of "action feature," sometimes limiting their articulation and ostensibly intended to make the toys more appealing to children.
Several popular characters (usually villains) that have not appeared under the Marvel Legends brand have made appearances in these lines, and thus are usually the most desired among collectors. These include most of Spider-Man's rogues gallery, as well as some of the Hulk's, Fantastic Four's and X-Men's.
- Fantastic Four Classics (two series, canceled)
- Hulk Classics (two series, canceled)
- Spider-Man Classics (two series, canceled to become simply Spider-Man)
- Spider-Man (19 series, canceled)
- X-Men Classics (three series, cancelled, several new sculpts of both completely original costumes and previously unproduced costumes with repaints of existing figures scattered throughout.)
Marvel Legends Showdown
Marvel Legends Showdown is a collectible tabletop game in which the primary component is 4-inch (100 mm) action figures and cards. It was a collaboration between Upper Deck Entertainment and Toy Biz. Originally known as Marvel Superhero Showdown, it was renamed Marvel Legends Showdown to tie it in to the Marvel Legends line. The line did not continue when figure production switched from Toy Biz to Hasbro.
Marvel Legends Unleashed is an 8-inch (200 mm) spin-off line from Marvel Legends. The figures were produced by Hasbro and feature multiple points of articulation.
Wave 1 (2008)
|Green Goblin||Marvel Knights costume|
Wave 2 (2008)
|Black Costume Spider-Man|
Wave 3 (2008)
|Iron Man||Anti-radiation armor|
The "Icons" series includes 12-inch (300 mm) articulated figures of various characters from Marvel. The Toy Biz Icons each came with an "Evolution of an Icon" comic sized book including a history and stats of the character as well as artwork. These books are not included in the Hasbro Icons.
Series 1 (2006)
Series 2 (2006)
Series 3 (2006)
|Variant, blue fur, labcoat and glasses|
Wave 1 (2007)
|Wolverine||Toy Biz series 1 repaint (new color variant of Wolverine's current New Avengers/Astonishing X-Men costume)|
Wave 2 (2007)
Wave 3 (2007)
|Flame off Johnny Storm variant|
Wave 4 (2007)
Wave 5 (2009)
|Variant (classic yellow & red costume)|
Wave 6 (2009)
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- Stashmatic.com Marvel Legends database with images
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- Free Marvel Legends iOS Checklist Application