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Hasbro Reveals Three New Marvel Legends Toys

Marvel Comics characters Crossbones, Sunfire and Wild Child are the latest to join Hasbro's Marvel Legends line of action figures.

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.

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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.

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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

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