The Best New Marvel Legends Two-Packs (And Where to Find Them)

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Hasbro's Marvel Legends action figure line is a collector's dream. The long-running line features a massive number of highly-possible characters pulled from every depth of Marvel's comics, shows and films with accurate designs at a reasonable price. While most waves of Marvel Legends are united by a loose theme, Hasbro releases a fair number of figures as part of small sets of multiple figures.

Although they might not be as widely available as the main waves, these sets still immortalize some fan-favorite Marvel characters from comics and film in the classic Marvel Legends style. Now, CBR is taking a look at some recent multi-figure packs from the line, and where you can still find them.

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Magneto, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch

Marvel Legends Magneto Quicksilver Scarlet Witch


Magneto has one of the most complicated family histories in all of comics. Even though Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch aren't presently considered his biological children, those two Avengers spent their formative years with the Master of Magnetism on his Brotherhood of Evil Mutants.

While they haven't spent much time together in the Marvel Universe recently, Magneto, Quicksilver and Scarlet Witch are all together here. This Amazon-exclusive three-pack features the characters in their classic outfits, and each figure comes with a separate pair of detachable hands. Magneto also comes with an alternate head. These figures are a must-have for anyone building a classic X-Men or Avengers collection.

The Grandmaster and Korg

Marvel Legends Korg Grandmaster


While a Marvel Legends Grandmaster figure is one of the hottest exclusives at this year's Comic-Con International in San Diego, there's another, much easier way to add him to your toy shelf. Celebrating the 80th anniversary of Marvel, this two-pack features the Grandmaster and Korg from Thor: Ragnarok.

Both of these figures are the spitting image of their Marvel Cinematic Universe counterparts, with excellent fine detail work on their outfits, and also come with their respective weapons. This set is a the only way to complete a Thor shelf, a cosmic Marvel collection or the ultimate Jeff Goldblum action figure shrine.

Hela and Skurge

Marvel Legends Skurge Hela


As part of Marvel's 80th anniversary celebration, Marvel Legends immortalized another iconic Thor: Ragnarok duo, Cate Blanchett's Hela and Karl Urban's Skurge the Executioner, in plastic too. Although Skurge eventually proved his true nobility, Hela firmly established herself as one of the most dangerous threats in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

While this set contains the only Marvel Legends Skurge figure, the accessories are the real star of the show here. Skurge comes with an extra set of hands, his giant battle axe and the two assault rifles he famously uses in his last stand. Meanwhile, Hela comes with two alternate heads and an alternate hand that's in the middle of crushing Thor's hammer Mjolnir. With the option to recreate two iconic MCU moments, this set is an essential part of any MCU collection.

Spider-Man and Kraven the Hunter

Marvel Legends Spider-Man Kraven


Spider-Man and Kraven the Hunter have one of the fiercest rivalries in the Marvel Universe. While they've been fighting each other since the 1960s, their antagonistic relationship reached a new level in "Kraven's Last Hunt," a 1987 storyline by J.M. DeMatteis and Mike Zeck where Kraven's obsession with defeating Spider-Man drove him over the edge.

This Marvel Legends two-pack captures Spider-Man and Kraven as they appeared in that story. Spider-Man has his classic black costume, an extra set of hands and an alternate unmasked head with a black eye. Bearing a sleeker design than his other Marvel Legends figure, Kraven comes with a spear and a rifle to hunt Spider-Man down with.

Avengers: Endgame Black Widow and Hawkeye

Marvel Legends Hawkeye Black Widow Avengers Endgame


In the movie that brought the MCU's "Infinity Saga" to a close, Avengers: Endgame, Hawkeye, Black Widow and the rest of the MCU's surviving Avengers donned Quantum Suits for their time-traveling adventures. While that didn't end well for Black Widow, these suits are the closest the team has ever come to having a shared uniform on the big screen.

This set features both Hawkeye and Black Widow in their Quantum Suits, and both non-powered heroes come with their traditional weapons. However, this set also comes with three extra heads that can transform these two Avengers into Iron Man, Ant-Man or Nebula, which makes this an absolute must-buy for the ultimate Avengers collection.

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