Friday, December 18, 2009

Action figure roundup

This month's Q&A with Mattel (by various action figure sites) had a few Legion figure questions and some vague answers. As always, I'll believe it when I see them. (round up via Toy News International)

Cool Toy Review:

Cool Toy Review: I know we ask about the Legion of Super-Heroes quite often, but that's because the Legion is cool! Can we look forward to more figures from the 30th century?

Mattel: Absolutely.

Action Figure Insider:
Q5. Whenever the Legion of Super-Heroes are released for the DCUC line can we expect to see them have a whole wave like wave 8 was for JSA or will they be peppered into other waves?

A5: We have some great plans for LOSH but it is too early for us to get into these specifics.

Kastor's Korner:
Kastor: With the Legion having such a large roster, Matty, what era is your favorite? Any characters from the team that are your favorite besides the big names (Lightning Lad, Saturn Girl, Cosmic Boy, Brainiac 5)?

Matty: When we do get to the Legion, we’ll most likely lean toward each characters most well known appearance. Aside from the big names, Wildfire, Ferro Lad, Mon-El and Dawnstar are personal favorites of Toy Guru.

4 comments:

Ricardo said...

This probably means no Kent Shakespeare or Kono action figure.

peter vandeneng said...

i was startled last night at target to see an... amanda waller. if there was EVER a character NOT designed to be made into plastic, it's ol' iron-bottom...

MykePM (Mike Morris) said...

I'll be first in line for the Timber Wolf done in the style designed by Dave Cockrum. For my money that's the best superhero costume/look ever.

Linda said...

Tyr is a sure shot at being made since he was part of the Super Powers line and Mattel is committed to remaking every figure from that line.