At the Lucca Comics & Games convention in Lucca, Italy, Hasbro revealed the Marvel Legends Series 6-inch Crossbones Figure, the Marvel X-Men Legends Series 6-inch Sunfire Figure and the Marvel X-Men Legends 6-inch Wild Child Figure. As their names imply, the toys each stand at 6 inches tall. Furthermore, all three figures are slated to go on sale in the spring of 2020, each retailing for $19.99.
The character of Brock Rumlow/Crossbones was created by Mark Gruenwald and Kieron Dwyer in 1989. Crossbones' first appearance is a point of contention, with the character making a shadow cameo in Captain America #359. He would then be shown up close in Captain America #360 before finally being named in issue #362. Brock Rumlow made his cinematic debut in 2014's Captain America: The Winter Soldier, played by Frank Grillo. Grillo subsequently reprised his role in 2016's Captain America: Civil War and 2019's Avengers: Endgame.
Created by Roy Thomas and Don Heck, Shiro Yoshida/Sunfire made his first appearance in 1970's X-Men #64. A mutant with the ability to convert solar radiation into plasma, Sunfire was Japan's star superhero for a time. Following an incident in which he was possessed by Apocalypse, however, the character went on to become a member of the Uncanny Avengers.
Finally, Kyle Gibney/Wild Child was created by John Byrne, with the character making his first appearance in 1983's Alpha Flight #1. A feral mutant with powers similar to those of Wolverine and Sabretooth -- such as fangs, a healing factor, enhanced senses and enhanced strength -- has been affiliated with the likes of Alpha Flight, Weapon X and X-Factor over the years. Wild Child met his demise in 2009's Wolverine: Origins #39