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Behold Hasbro’s 12″ Marvel Legends DAREDEVIL Figure (SDCC Exclusive)

Behold Hasbro’s 12″ Marvel Legends DAREDEVIL Figure (SDCC Exclusive)

While horror-based companies like McFarlane Toys and NECA get away with it all the time, the larger toy lines for mass properties generally shy away from figures that show the consequences of violence. Even a line like WWE, which equips its figures with road signs, ladders, canes and barbed-wire bats for battle doesn’t make bloody toys to represent hardcore matches; for some mass retailers, that’s just a no-no if your property is aimed at kids. But for San Diego Comic-Con exclusives, which are most likely to be purchased primarily by very patient adults waiting in long lines…there can be blood. And in this case, there will.

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Hasbro has to be well aware that the Daredevil most people are familiar with at the moment is Charlie Cox’s version on Netflix, who routinely ends his episodes in need of medical attention. So while you can make this 12-inch Daredevil figure look like the basic comic-book version in a clean red suit, you can also swap out his head, hands, and forearms for a black-eyed, cut-up, taped-forearm version with blood on his hands.

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Additional bonuses include ¬†interchangeable fists and open hands for both costumed and taped styles, Daredevil’s fighting sticks, and original artwork by Joe Quesada that also comes as two posters. As an extra nod to the character’s abilities and those fans most likely to identify with them, the back of the box is even printed in Braille.

At $59.99, this is a downright steal, only $1o above standard retail for this line of figures, but with bonuses you’d never be able to get at the big box stores. You can’t beat this Devil…and who would dare?

Are your sonic senses already going off in anticipation? Let us know in comments!

Images: Hasbro

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