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HasLab Galactus: Frankie Raye Nova revealed as first stretch goal

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HasLab Galactus: Frankie Raye Nova revealed as first stretch goal

While the HasLab Marvel Legends Galactus figure is massive, the campaign’s first stretch goal is severely underwhelming.

On Tuesday, Hasbro revealed the first stretch goal for Marvel Legends scale Galactus HasLab campaign. Once the 16,000 backer threshold has been crossed, every Galactus will also come with a Frankie Raye Nova.

HasLab Galactus: Frankie Raye Nova revealed as first stretch goal

Yeah, I had to look up who this was, too.

There’s a lot of history involving Johnny Storm, but all you really need to know it that she was a herald of Galactus at one point.

While this is definitely a cool looking figure, it does absolutely nothing to convince me it’s worth $399.99 and a ton of shelf space to pledge to the campaign. But with 10,400 backers and 28 days left (as of this being written), it appears there will still be enough buyers to at least make sure that Galactus gets made.

Hopefully the Silver Surfer stretch goal that’s silhouetted in the top right corner can move the needle more than this one likely will.

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