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Hasbro Marvel Legends Sentinel adds Female Prime Sentinel at 9,000 backers
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Hasbro Marvel Legends Sentinel adds Female Prime Sentinel at 9,000 backers

The Marvel Legends HasLab Sentinel just reached 9,000 backers.

Hasbro has revealed their HasLab Sentinel reached another tier and is now backed by over 9,000 people. With a new tier comes a new perk and that means the Sentinel is coming with a Famel Prime Sentinel figure. The standard-sized Marvel Legends figure is 6-inches tall and will go great with the Bastian figure that already comes with the Sentinel.

In an email sent to fans, Hasbro said, “The X-Men Marvel Legends Sentinel HasLab project has reached an astonishing 9,000 backers and unlocked the third tier – a Marvel Legends 6-inch Female Prime Sentinel figure! A great addition to build your Prime Sentinel army.”

Check it out below.

Marvel Legends Sentinel

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The craziest thing about this Sentinel reaching 9,000 backers is that it still has 42 days to go before orders close. How many backers can this toy reach?

If you haven’t yet placed an order you can purchase the 26 inch tall Sentinel today for $349.99.

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