This page is intended as an unofficial catalog of the Legendary Heroes line from New Age Toys* which will collect my posts about released figures and any available information about upcoming releases.
Due to the sheer volume of releases, I’ve had to split this catalog into multiple pages, the icons below will bring you to each one.
Note: I’m using the Hx designations since that’s what they use in their promotions even though they don’t actually appear in that format on the final packaging. I’m also keeping the original announcement numbering for Martini Manero (H2EX) and G2 Manero (H2V).
Character names in this line have leaned heavily on pop-culture references, most frequently movie titles. It appears that Decepticon-inspired characters names will be from mythology. There have been no official statements to back up the source of these names so the “Named After” information is pure speculation but I thought it was interesting enough to include.
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The photo also shows off how tiny Herbie and Vanishing Point are. I’m not sure I like them that small, but I’ll hold off on a final judgement until I have them in hand.
AKA Hephaestus and will be available in three sets of two figures (H29 Raum and H30 Vine, H31 Crocell and H32 Marbas, H33 Berith and H34 Paimon) with an “huge accessory is been used on combiner mode that makes it a super articulated action figure.”
They also teased their version of Scrapper (although they did not reveal which of the six names will be assigned to the figure) showing off the poseability.
* The Company Name
There seems to be some confusion about what the actual name of the company is (at least on the part of their graphic designers). On all of the H1 packages and in their official logo (below) there is a space between “New” and “Age” but on newer packages and their social media accounts (Facebook, Weibo) there is no space. The packaging for Harry and Manero drop “Toys” from the name as well. I’m sticking with “New Age Toys” since that makes the most sense (especially considering that “Newage” keeps autocorrecting to “Sewage”!).