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Marvel Legends Mr. Knight figure revealed
Moon Knight by Declan Shalvey

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Marvel Legends Mr. Knight figure revealed

Even if you prefer comic-based Marvel Legends figures, this one is going to be hard to pass up.

On Friday, Hasbro revealed a digital rendering for another figure from their upcoming wave of characters based on the Marvel Cinematic Universe. This time it’s Mr. Knight, the version of Moon Knight who wears a dapper-looking suit…or as Marc Spector called him in Moon Knight’s second episode, “Psycho Colonel Sanders.”

Mr. Knight

As funny as that line was, I’ve got to disagree with Spector’s assessment of Steven Grant’s accidental wardrobe change. Despite the stitching they added for the TV series, this version still looks fantastic.

As for the figure itself, the digital render appears to have completely done it justice. It also comes with a set of alternate hands, batons, and a piece of the Infinity Ultron Build-A-Figure.

I don’t normally buy MCU figures, but this one is a definite exception. Even if Hasbro does a comic version of Mr. Knight, it will be hard for them to get it much more right than this. Also, those of us who already have multiple classic Moon Knights on our shelves are bound to snap up what is (as far as I can tell) the first mass-produced Mr. Knight figure to ever be released. Combine that with how incredible the suit detailing is, and the preorder info can’t get here soon enough.

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