The Iron Man helmet and Captain America Shield are the first two offerings from Hasbro from the Marvel Legends Prop line.
I believe this helmet is based on the Mk VIII from The Avengers. It is a very detailed and accurate representation of that helmet. Although it is all plastic, there is a good weight to the helmet. The faceplate is removable and is attached via magnets on the helmet. It can be positioned in the up position as well. The magnets hold it firmly in place although don’t dry to hold it by the faceplate in the up position, it will detach. With the face up, the chin can be extended and articulated down for better chin movement. Continue reading Hasbro Marvel Legends Iron Man Helmet Review
So here it is. Probably the last bit of new Rogue One footage until the movie (unless they add some new stuff in 30 second TV spots, which is possible). What do I think? I think it looks awesome!
We get a little more fleshed out idea of what the plot is and stuff which is good. We also get a bunch of cool looking shots of different locations.
This is my favorite shot .
So cool looking!
Just my thoughts on this figure. I am currently finishing up customizing it into a more detailed version. More on that later. For now, here is the figure as it comes.
Until recently, with the release of the officially licensed Hasbro Marvel Legends 24″ Captain America shield, finding a nice quality and affordable Captain America shield was a tricky task.
You had officially licensed stuff from the cheap end (really cheap) with the Rubies and then at the expensive end (really expensive) with eFX.
The Hasbro is a nice middle ground ($99) for officially licensed Captain America shields. Now I do want to get one, but the pristine condition the shield comes in looks too nice for me to repaint with a weathered, battle worn finish.
So that’s where the Rubies’s shield comes into play.
Continue reading Repainted Rubie’s 24″ Captain America Shield