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Hasbro reveals black costume Storm and Stepford Cuckoos for Marvel Legends

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Hasbro reveals black costume Storm and Stepford Cuckoos for Marvel Legends

The Stepford Cuckoos figure is currently slated to go on sale in Spring of 2020.

Yet another reveal from Hasbro at Dortmund Comic Con in Germany, this time for Marvel Legends.

First up is Storm in her black costume, which will be released in the retro line as a fan channel exclusive (Big Bad Toy Store, Entertainment Earth, Hasbro Pulse etc). The figure, which looks fantastic, will be up for preorder on Monday.

Hasbro reveals black costume Storm and Stepford Cuckoos for Marvel Legends
Hasbro reveals black costume Storm and Stepford Cuckoos for Marvel Legends

The other reveal is a Walgreens exclusive Stepford Cuckoo, which comes with two alternate heads of Mindee and Pheobe when Bendis had them assert their independence via hair dye. It also comes packaged with hand effects, alternate fists, and a Cerebro helmet.

Hasbro reveals black costume Storm and Stepford Cuckoos for Marvel Legends

Those who plan on getting this figure are likely to buy three or five of them (depending on their favorite modern X-Men era), which is sure to make both Emma Frost and Walgreens’ corporate accounting department very happy.

The Stepford Cuckoos figure is currently slated to go on sale in Spring of 2020.

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