• Onyx

Marvel Legends Okoye BAF: Black Panther (Review)

Updated: Mar 2, 2019



At one point of Marvel's publication, Black Panther was an obscure character. He was more or less a C+ hero within the large roster of the #Avengers. But ever since the #MCU Civil War, the Wakanda prince has grown quite popular and for good reasons. Does Hasbro's New Marvel Legends live up to his new found fame? Allow me to give you some insight on this figure.




Nothing terribly new with the Marvel Legends box. I do like how they are really giving every single series its own life and really paying homage on what movie/series/character they are capitalizing on. Not only are the exterior something to appreciate, but the internal backdrop is really thoughtful.























Now as far as accessories go, he comes with some, but not a ton. Two pair of hands: clawed and fist. As for the head, we have a mask and maskless face. As for the BAF piece, he come swith Okoye's head. I don't think I'll be getting this BAF, honestly, but it does look good. It looks a lot like the actress from certain angles.


If there's one thing I have to say about Hasbro is that they are starting to really get the idea that the fanbase wants details. They've been really skimpy on paint for reasons that have to do with budget (an info I've gotten once or twice from Sharitmus Prime). But the sculpting of details definitely is present here. Look at those tribal(?)-like designs all over the mask. We'll get to see it all over the body as well when we get to that part. But really, some major points on Hasbro for this.



Another thing that Hasbro has been doing (something I came across the middle of last year) is the 'digital printing' of their faces. Here's an