Are Marveluniverse figure marvel legends scale?
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Are Marveluniverse figure marvel legends scale?

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how tall are this figures?


Posted by MrGore
on Friday, January 15, 2010
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Gambit4Hire -
Sunday, March 21, 2010
I personally enjoy collecting and using the 90's version of figures for customs. Admitted you can't have as much detail in one as a 6 inch figure, but as far as collecting goes, a lot less space is taken up on the smaller figures. Plus the price for them isn't going to break the bank either. The smaller ones that have come out recently (3.75 GI Joe size), are just too small for customizing. I like the articulation and detail of the ML's figures.
Hagop -
Sunday, March 21, 2010
They're actually not 3.75". They're more like 4" plus.
Just saying.
Therapist -
Tuesday, February 16, 2010
man when I was collecting back in the 90s the toys were even bigger then this.
Top-notch comix -
Monday, February 8, 2010
just wanna say that I didn't really say "That totally is nice" I meant "That totally s****", but the realm considered that to be a bad word and changed it, anyways I just want to say that what I meant is that it's not nice at all.
to beat the system, say suc.ks instead... Everything is a whole new word with a period in it
MrGore -
Monday, February 8, 2010
just wanna say that I didn't really say "That totally is nice" I meant "That totally s****", but the realm considered that to be a bad word and changed it, anyways I just want to say that what I meant is that it's not nice at all.
MouthOfMadness -
Sunday, February 7, 2010
No Really it the cost of Making them, they Cut ML's to the 2 packs and still can get them out worth a Damn! The MU Figure are the same cost to buy then the 6inh Figures When Hasbro took over!
bobtheodd -
Monday, February 1, 2010
Probably not gonna happen. They are looking for ways to cut costs. These use about a 3rd - 4th of the plastic and they charge over half of what the bigger figures go for($8-$10 VS $12-$15). Its just a money maker move.
That totally is nice, first they star make all figs in ML scale, that made me abandon all figure I had from 90ths cartoons, cause they were way to small.
and that was good cause this figures are way better, and now they take them away?
Yep, blame that corporate greed. I can see no other reason for the change. Every super hero figure collector I've ever talked to is very happy with their legends/DCUC scale figure. IMO 1/12 scale is the scale for figures, almost everything I have is in that scale.
MrGore -
Monday, February 1, 2010
Probably not gonna happen. They are looking for ways to cut costs. These use about a 3rd - 4th of the plastic and they charge over half of what the bigger figures go for($8-$10 VS $12-$15). Its just a money maker move.
That totally sucks, first they star make all figs in ML scale, that made me abandon all figure I had from 90ths cartoons, cause they were way to small.
and that was good cause this figures are way better, and now they take them away?
somebody1 -
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
Soon you'll see more and more Marvel character customs coming from DCU bodies.
Mr.Smiley -
Friday, January 15, 2010
The figures look amazing, but like Burningdoom said, I would like it to be 6 inches!
pock63 -
Friday, January 15, 2010
true but that might be because marvel u is aimed more at children than collectors and kids could care less about the paint job.

When I was litle I cared about the paint job. I would sit fore houres loocking at the amazing paint jobs on some of the toy-biz figures. Infact I still do.
leafman343 -
Friday, January 15, 2010
true but that might be because marvel u is aimed more at children than collectors and kids could care less about the paint job.
pock63 -
Friday, January 15, 2010
Probably not gonna happen. They are looking for ways to cut costs. These use about a 3rd - 4th of the plastic and they charge over half of what the bigger figures go for($8-$10 VS $12-$15). Its just a money maker move.

It loocks like there saving money on paint too because those paint jobs SUCK!
bobtheodd -
Friday, January 15, 2010
Probably not gonna happen. They are looking for ways to cut costs. These use about a 3rd - 4th of the plastic and they charge over half of what the bigger figures go for($8-$10 VS $12-$15). Its just a money maker move.
BurningDoom -
Friday, January 15, 2010
I want the normal size figures back! I don't like this new trend. But they're cool looking for what they are.

-Nate-
Goldenwolf -
Friday, January 15, 2010
these Are 3.75 inches tall Or the same size As G.I.Joes .
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