In just under 26 hours, Hasbro's latest HasLab funded completely. The Marvel Legends collectors showed up in strides when it came to backing the $350 Sentinel which stands at 26" tall. The figure was limited to just five per person. Its body a towering, technological marvel, the Sentinel scans the world for its quarry, a searching light emanating from its chest, its glowing eyes a warning… and a threat. Programmed with only one objective, to destroy all mutant life on Earth, the Sentinel will not hesitate, will not falter, and will never ever stop hunting. Rising from the pages of Marvel comics, appearing in everything from cartoons to movies to video games, the Sentinel is as a monumental part of Marvel lore, an iconic [...]
Insider has an inside look at "How Hasbro Makes Action Figures Look Just Like Movie Stars." This gives us a look at how the artists create the new lifelike face sculpts for Hasbro's Marvel Legends and Star Wars: The Black Series lines. It is interesting that they choose to reference a 1995 Power of the Force figure for their comparison figure. That figure is almost 25 years old! They also do not mention in the video that this process is also used in The Vintage Collection 3 3/4" line but nonetheless, it is a fascinating look at who Hasbro has achieved the Photo Real process.