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New Marvel Legends figures from ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ revealed.

…and they actually did well on the facial likenesses this time.

We may not have a trailer yet, but on Friday, Marvel.com gave us our first look at the Marvel Legends figures that will accompany Spider-Man: No Way Home. While there weren’t any Tobey Maguire or Andrew Garfield figures revealed (yet), we do get a glimpse of what should be a fantastic looking wave this fall/winter.

No pricing or release info has been released yet, but that doesn’t mean we can’t start getting excited about these being on our shelves (and use them make wild speculations about the plot to No Way Home).

Integrated Spider-Man Suit

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I’m guessing that the “integrated” designation has something to do with Peter Parker combining the tech of all the suits he’s had during his time in the MCU (except maybe the first one). There’s also a chance it could involve the integration of Tom Holland’s Spidey suit with the ones worn by Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield, but this that doesn’t really jive with the suit’s appearance.

Whatever the case, it definitely looks cool.

“Classic” Spider-Man Suit

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There’s likely some small detail in this suit that I totally missed, but it looks like the one he wore in Avengers: Infinity War to me. Probably not worth buying unless it’s got a crucial Build-A-Figure part, although the paint deco on the Spider logo is really nice.

J. Jonah Jameson

New Marvel Legends figures from 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' revealed.

After some particularly bad misses, Hasbro comes through and nails J.K. Simmons’ facial likeness.

Also, before anyone tries to point out that he isn’t sporting the classic J. Jonah Jameson haircut/mustache, remember that this is exactly how the character looked when he showed up at the end of Spider-Man: Far From Home.

Doctor Strange

New Marvel Legends figures from 'Spider-Man: No Way Home' revealed.

Not quite as good as J. Jonah Jameson, but at least the facial portrait looks similar to Benedict Cumberbatch. It’s certainly a better likeness than the figure that came in the Endgame 3-pack a few years ago.

Also, the detail work on Strange’s belt is strangely hypnotic.

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