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Marvel Super Hero Squad
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Marvel Super Hero Squad is an action figure line marketed by Hasbro beginning in 2006. The line features 2-inch (51 mm) scale replicas of comic book heroes from the Marvel Comics universe. Each figure is portrayed in a cartoonish style, complete with grins that come through even on some vdesigned for younger collectors, but has become a hit with kids and adults despite the "for ages 3 and up" category status. Marketed initially as four two-packs per wave, Super Hero Squad has branched out to include larger multi-packs, vehicles, playsets, and mega-packs containing larger characters in scale with the 2-inch line. The Spider-Man, Iron Man, gaga gogo peepee poopoo


An animated series, The Super Hero Squad Show, based off the toy line premiered in the United States on Cartoon Network in September 2009.


Marvel Super Hero Squad 2-PacksEdit

The main line began in late 2006 with two waves of 2-packs. The first four waves seemed as if each one had a different theme but this thought was expelled by Wave 5. Beginning with Wave 6 and all subsequent waves, essentially all characters were paired with a high A-List character/variation of a high A-List character (Spider-Man, Wolverine, Captain America, Hulk, and Iron Man) or a lower A-List character (Human Torch, Thing, Cyclops and Punisher). In terms of packaging, the first five waves used simple white packaging with a large Marvel logo behind the characters with pictures of all 2-packs in that wave and well as the previous wave on the back. From Wave 6 to Wave 12, the packaging was changed to a blue package with Iron Man, Spider-Man, and Hulk on the top with the phrase How Super Is Your Squad?. The back of the packaging changed to give the 2-pack's characters large cartoon drawings with short descriptions of the characters as well as pictures of the other 2-packs found in that wave at the bottom. From Wave 13 to Wave 16, a slight change to the packaging replaced Hulk with Wolverine. Starting with Wave 17, the How Super Is Your Squad? was replaced with the phrase Hero Up to reflect that the main line looks to be taking more of its material from the show beginning in that wave.


Wave 1 - December 2006Edit


Wave 2 - December 2006Edit


Wave 3 - April 2007Edit


Wave 4 - July 2007Edit

Wave 5 - November 2007Edit

The first four 2-packs listed here were originally supposed to be wave 5, while the second four 2-packs listed here were originally supposed to be wave 6. All eight 2-packs were released simultaneously and Hasbro decided to clump them all together as one large wave 5, all following waves are numbered accordingly.



Wave 6 - April 2008Edit


Wave 7 - May 2008Edit


Wave 8 - June 2008Edit


Wave 9 - November 2008Edit


Wave 10 - December 2008Edit

This wave is the first, and so far only, wave to include a variant on a 2-pack. While it seems as if both the Nick Fury pack and the SHIELD Agent pack were distributed evenly, at some points both packs looked to be the variant, so it is unknown which, if either one, was intended to be the variation of the pack.



Wave 11 - December 2008Edit


Wave 12 - January 2009Edit


Wave 13 - March 2009Edit


Wave 14 - June 2009Edit


Wave 15 - August 2009Edit


Wave 16 - September 2009Edit


Wave 17 - December 2009Edit


Wave 18 - January 2010Edit


Wave 19 - July 2010Edit


Wave 20 - August 2010Edit


Wave 21 - March 2011Edit


Wave 22 - June 2011Edit

Marvel Super Hero Squad Mega PacksEdit

The Mega Packs were created in order to make figures in a 6 inch scale to represent larger characters as opposed to the ones in the main line which are 2 inches. Each pack includes one large character as well as one regular sized A-list character (Wolverine, Human Torch, Beast, Iron Man and Cyclops). The line ran for three waves before apparently being cancelled according to Hasbro Q&As as well as the reuse of the Hulk, Mr. Fantastic and Wolverine from Wave 4 elsewhere in the line. The fifth wave was/is rumored but due to the cancellation of the previous wave, it's unknown if they were really to be released. Packaging was similar to the original main line's packaging in Wave 1 and Wave 2 and later switched to the blue packaging in Wave 3. It is unknown if packaging would have stayed the same for future waves.


Wave 1 - July 2007Edit


Wave 2 - November 2007Edit


Wave 3 - March 2008Edit


Wave 4 - Presumably CancelledEdit

Wave 5 - Rumored/Presumably CancelledEdit

This wave never made it past the rumored stage as the previous wave was canceled before this one was even revealed as being released. Sandman and Wendigo were assumed to be the larger figures of this wave, but it will never be known for sure.



Marvel Super Hero Squad 4-PacksEdit

The 4-packs were created to give collectors a themed pack with new versions of characters and occasionally a completely new character. The first two waves were released in the blue packaging without any problems. Problems with this section of the line began with wave 3, Hasbro said the packs were put on hold to accommodate the Iron Man and Wolverine 4-packs, but still no word on the wave has been released. However, the third wave was released in some places overseas, it just hasn't made its way to America yet, so the status of them are unknown. In addition, wave 4 has been found loose on eBay, while wave 5 has been found overseas at retail. To add to the confusion, the four unreleased waves were in Wal-Mart's computers system, then they were taken out, and then put back in, indicating Hasbro does have some plans to release them. This is supported by Hasbro's reveal of wave 6 at SDCC in 2009, but this can also be denied by several attempts by Hasbro to place these figures elsewhere. Hopefully, the status of everything will be revealed soon as the Wolverine 4-packs should be leaving the shelves soon.


Wave 1 - January 2008Edit

Spider-Man (Comic costume, open left hand, right hand in fist)


Punisher (Green bazooka)


Ghost Rider (Transparent flames)


Elektra (White costume)


Wolverine (Brown costume, lunging)


Colossus (Arms in throwing position)


Emma Frost


Magneto (Standing, arms out)


Wave 2 - April 2008Edit

Captain America (Shield on back, shiny)


Iron Spider-Man (Shiny)


Vision


Ms. Marvel


Logan (Black shirt)


Nightcrawler (Transparent lower body)


Gambit (Transparent card and staff)


Juggernaut (Battle damaged, charging)


Wave 3 - Release Date Currently UnknownEdit

At the moment, these 4-Packs have been released overseas and their status is unknown in America. Hasbro Q&As indicated that they were waiting for the shelves to clear off before getting these to retail. Although Hasbro wanted to get them to retail, it seems as if they tried to place some of these figures elsewhere, including putting a repaint of the Spider-Man in this wave in the Spider-Man and Vulture 2-Pack, putting a repaint of the Falcon in this wave in Collector's Pack 3 and releasing a comic accurate Green Goblin in the Spider-Man and Green Goblin 2-Pack. The status of this wave is still currently unknown. Although in a December 2009 Q&A, Hasbro revealed that most of the figures from the unreleased 4-packs will be released as 2-Packs in 2010.


Captain America (Shield in hand, dark blue)


Falcon


Winter Soldier


Crossbones


Spider-Man (Hanging from lamp post)


Mary Jane


Green Goblin (Comic costume)


Sandman (Standing, dark green shirt)


Wave 4 - Release Date Currently UnknownEdit

This wave has been seen loose on eBay, but the status of this wave being released in America seems to be dependent of the status of the previous wave of 4-packs.


Hulk (Dark green)


Silver Surfer (Chrome)


Nighthawk


Gargoyle


Thing (Dark orange with black shorts)


Human Torch (Yellow)


Black Panther (Black)


Storm (Black and white)


Wave 5 - Release Date Currently UnknownEdit

This wave of 4-packs has been spotted at retail overseas, but has yet to be released in America. The status of this wave seems to be dependent on the previous waves of 4-packs.


Iron Man (Red and yellow armor)


Mr. Fantastic (Stretched out, black gloves and boots)


Skrull Soldier (w/armor & gun)


Dr. Strange (Astral projection)


Hawkeye (Dark blue and purple)


Captain America (Shield in hand, navy)


Spider-Man (Bent over, shooting webs at ground)


Wrecker


Wave 6 - Release Date Currently UnknownEdit

These 4-packs were revealed at SDCC 2009 and the new figures have been spotted on eBay. The status of this wave seems to be dependent on the previous waves of 4-packs.


Black Costume Spider-Man (Comic costume, arms extended)


Iron Man (Classic armor, standing)


Enchantress


Dr. Doom (Cartoon)


Wolverine (X-Force)


Cyclops (Blue Astonishing X-Men costume)


Warpath


Hepzibah


Super Hero Squad 5-Packs (Toys R Us Exclusives)Edit

All five of these 5-pack are Toys R Us exclusives containing all repaints and repacks (although the Hulkbuster Sonic Tank wasn't a repaint from the Super Hero Squad line). The Sand Pit and The Brawl that Shook the World were used as tie-ins to the Spider-Man and Hulk lines, so in the future, more 5-packs may be released to coincide with other movie lines.


Marvel Super Hero Squad 5-Packs - March 2007Edit

Wolverine (Yellow and blue costume)


Cyclops (Black and yellow costume)


Angel (Blue costume)


Colossus (Shiny)


Magneto (Gold base)


Captain America (Shield in hand)


Iron Man (Red and gold armor)


Thor (Black armor)


Hulk (Grey)


Wasp


Spider-Man Super Hero Squad 5-Packs - November 2007/Re-Released March 2008Edit

Due to poor sales in the Spider-Man line, this 5-pack was released in Wal-Marts then after a short time removed from Wal-Marts. It was then rereleased in Toys R Us in much greater quantities, it is unknown why this pack was released in Wal-Mart first as it was intended to be a Toys R Us exclusive from the beginning.


Spider-Man (Movie costume, jumping)


Chrome Spider-Man (Black costume, wallcrawling)


New Goblin (Glider)


Venom (Navy, red tongue)


Sandman (Phasing)


Hulk Super Hero Squad 5-Packs - May 2008Edit

Hulk (Punching, brown pants)


Abomination (Movie, dark brown)


Hulkbuster Soldier (x2)


Hulkbuster Vehicle


Marvel Super Hero Squad Collector's PacksEdit

The first collector's pack was released with only repaints, the second contained two new figures, while the third was used as a way to release previously unreleased figures. The first two followed an eight figure pack, while the third went in favor of a six figure pack in order to accommodate the mega sized Hulk figure. Although it is widely believed all three Collector's Packs are Toys R Us exclusives, the first Collector's pack was released to multiple retailers, only the second and third collector's packs are Toys R Us exclusives. At the moment, a collector's pack has been released every year, it is unknown if Hasbro intends to release a new collector's pack yearly.


Collector's Pack #1 - August 2007Edit

Daredevil (Yellow costume)


Dark Phoenix


US Agent


War Machine (Flying)


Hulk (Dark green)


Human Torch (As Johnny Storm, flying)


Thing (White shoes)


Spider-Man (Comic costume, crouching)


Collector's Pack #2 (Toys R Us Exclusive) - October 2008Edit

Professor X


Shadowcat


Iceman (On ice slide, boots)


Wolverine (Brown costume, no brown on pants, hair on arms)


Juggernaut (Blue costume, charging)


Silver Surfer (Chrome)


Spider-Man (Squatting, webslinging with two hands)


Cyclops (Black Astonishing X-Men costume)


Collector's Pack #3 (Toys R Us Exclusive) - July 2009Edit

Spider-Man (Comic costume, punching)


Iron Man (Classic armor, flying)


Mr. Fantastic (Stretched out, white gloves and boots)


Falcon


Emma Frost (Diamond form)


Ultimate Hulk


Collector's Pack #4 (Toys R Us Exclusive) - October 2010Edit

Iron Man (Cartoon armor, white eyes)


Enchantress


Thor (Classic costume, arms on side looking to right)


Loki (Gold and yellow)


Hulk (green skinned, punching with purple pants)


Frost Giant


Marvel Super Hero Squad 7-PacksEdit

Wave 1 - March 2011Edit


Reptil


Ben Reilly


Iron Man (Golden Avenger Armor)


Hulk (green skinned, punching with purple pants)


Volcana


Dr. Doom (Green eyes)


Falcon



Captain America (Shield on back)


Wolverine (Yellow costume, arms to side)


Spider-Man (Black suit, standing, left hand tilted and webslinging, right hand open)


Crossbones (White eyes)


Leader (Orange and silver costume)


Red She-Hulk


Iron Man (Red and gold, punching)


Marvel Super Hero Squad SinglesEdit

The single packs are a way for collectors to get individual characters to fill in holes in their collections. The Easter Egg Packs were released in time with Easter in 2008, but have not become a yearly thing. The Marvel Single Packs were recently announced so when they are released is currently unknown. In addition, it seems as if that wave of singles is to be released to tie into the show so more waves of single packs may follow in the future.


Easter Egg Packs - February 2008Edit


Single Packs - March 2010Edit


Spider-Man Super Hero Squad 2-PacksEdit

The Spider-Man line was created as a tie-in for the Spider-Man 3 movie. The first four waves were released successfully, but there were a few issues with the fifth wave. The Sandman and Venom 2-Pack and the Vulture and Spider-Man 2-Pack were released but in very little quantities. The Spider-Man and Kraven 2-Pack on the other hand wasn't released at all, and at the moment Hasbro has no plans of releasing it. In addition, a 5-Pack, The Sand Pit 5-Pack, was released as part of the line as well as it being a Toys R Us Exclusive. The line was only planned for five waves, so following the release of the fifth wave, the line ended and was merged into the main line's sixth wave. It is currently unknown if the line will be restarted with the release of the rebooted Spider-Man franchise.


Wave 1 - March 2007Edit


Wave 2 - March 2007Edit


Wave 3 - August 2007Edit


Wave 4 - October 2007Edit


Wave 5 - December 2007Edit

Spider-Man Super Hero Squad SinglesEdit

Another way to collect individual figures, these singles were to be released just as other packs had. They were to be Big Lots and Dollar General exclusives, but for some reason they never even made it to the US and were only released in the UK. Chances are, Hasbro has no intention of releasing these in the US due to the ending of the Spider-Man line, but they may choose to anyway.


Singles - Unreleased in the USEdit


Iron Man Super Hero Squad 4-PacksEdit

The Iron Man line was created as a tie-in to the Iron Man movie. Three waves were released each consisting of two 4-packs which are all comic based except for the Iron Monger Attacks 4-Pack. The third wave was released to coincide with the DVD release of Iron Man and following the release of that wave, the line ended and merged with the main line's thirteenth wave. The line was restarted with the Iron Man 2 line in January 2010.


Wave 1 - March 2008Edit

Iron Man (Classic armor, flying)


War Machine (Standing)


Titanium Man


Crimson Dynamo


Iron Man (Holding helmet)


Hulkbuster Iron Man


Silver Centurion Iron Man


Silver 1st Appearance Iron Man


Wave 2 - August 2008Edit

Classic Armor Iron Man


Red and Yellow Armor War Machine


Desert Armor Iron Man


Crimson Dynamo


Gold 1st Appearance Armor Iron Man


Iron Spider-Man (Flat)


Ultimate War Machine


WW Hulkbuster Iron Man (Dark gray)


Wave 3 - October 2008Edit

1st Appearance Iron Man (Movie)


Iron Monger (Movie Armor)


War Machine (Movie armor)


Iron Man (Movie armor)


Dreadknight


Zhang Tong (Mandarin)


Stealth Armor Iron Man


Modern Armor Iron Man


Iron Man 2 Super Hero Squad 3-PacksEdit

The Iron Man 2 line was created as a tie-in to the Iron Man 2 movie. As opposed to the Iron Man line, the Iron Man 2 line is going with 3-Packs instead of 4-Packs, most likely to save on costs. The first wave was found in stores in early 2010, unannounced by Hasbro, but later the first and second wave were shown at Toy Fair. Unknown to collectors, one of the 3-packs from the third wave was also shown at Toy Fair, as later revealed by a Entertainment Earth listing. The other half of the wave was revealed later.


Wave 1 - January 2010Edit

Iron Man Mark I (Gold Armor)


Iron Man Mark II


Iron Man Mark III


Iron Man (Modern Armor, Red and Yellow)


War Machine (Movie Armor)


Iron Monger (Comic Armor)


Iron Man (Golden Avenger Armor)


Titanium Man


Crimson Dynamo (Classic Armor)


Wave 2 - March 2010Edit

Iron Man Mark V


Ivan "Whiplash" Vanko


Armor Drone


Iron Man Mark VI


War Machine (Movie, flying)


Hammer Drone


Wave 3 - July 2010Edit

Iron Man (Red and yellow armor, arms out, leaned back)


Hulkbuster Iron Man (Red and black armor)


Torpedo Armor Iron Man



Captain American (Throwing shield, shiny dark blue)


Iron Man (WW Hulkbuster, yellow with black eye holes)


Rescue


Hulk Super Hero Squad 2-PacksEdit

The Hulk line was created as a tie-in to the Incredible Hulk movie. The line saw the release of three waves of four 2-Packs, and subsequently ended after the release of the third wave. The line, although promotion for the movie, only had two movie related packs while the others included Hulk-related events such as World War Hulk and Planet Hulk or characters closely associated to the Hulk. A 5-Pack was also released as part of the Hulk line, The Brawl that Shook the World 5-Pack was a Toys R Us exclusive that included repaints of figures found in the line. After the line ended, it merged with the main line's fifteenth wave, and it is unknown if Hasbro has any intention of restarting the line if another Hulk movie is released.


Wave 1 - May 2008Edit


Wave 2 - June 2008Edit


Wave 3 - August 2008Edit


Wolverine Super Hero Squad 4-PacksEdit

The Wolverine line was created as a tie in to the X-Men Origins: Wolverine movie. In total, three waves were released, giving the line a total of eight 4-packs. The first wave consisted of five 4-packs, while there is only considered to be a second wave because the Doom of the Dark Beast 4-Pack was released a few weeks after the release of the first wave. The third wave was a release to tie in with the DVD's release, and it seems that the line is finished now that the third wave has been released. Despite being movie tie in figures, only two of the eight packs were movie related. The line never really merged into the main line because Wolverine still appeared in the main line while packs in this line were being released. It is currently unknown if the line will resume with the possible release of X-Men Origins: Wolverine 2.


Wave 1 - March 2009Edit

Cable (Arm behind head)


Wolverine (X-Force)


X-23


Mr. Sinister


Wolverine


Sabretooth (Brown costume)


Deadpool (Holding two swords)


Phoenix (White)



Wolverine (Unmasked, angry)


Blob


Iceman (Iced over, standing)


Colossus


Logan (Brown pants and shirt, bone claws on both hands)


Motorcycle (Black)


Victor Creed (Movie)


Deadpool (Movie)


Wolverine (Brown costume, fastball special)


Nightcrawler


Archangel


Apocalyspe (Normal size)


Wave 2 - March 2009Edit


Logan (White shirt)


Dark Beast


Havok


Motorcycle (blue)


Wave 3 - September 2009Edit


Wolverine (Yellow costume, arms to body)


Cyclops (Blue and yellow costume, gold visor)


Jean Grey (Jim Lee costume)


Stryfe



Wolverine (Bone claws, lumberjack outfit)


Wolverine (Congo assault outfit)


Wolverine (Weapon X escape)


Wolverine (Movie X-Men uniform)


Avengers Super Hero Squad 3-PacksEdit

Wave 1 - February 2011Edit


Thor (Black armor)


Loki (Classic costume with shiny green)


Destroyer



Thor (New costume, blue thunder)


Hulk (Landing, purple pants)


Odin



Iron Man (Removable helmet)


War Machine (Green blasters and arc reactor)


Detroit Steel


Wave 2 - March 2011Edit


Thor (Classic costume, arms at side)


Sif


Frost Giant (Son of Hulk repaint)



Captain America (Bucky Costume)


Hydra Soldier


Motorcycle


Wave 3 - June 2011Edit

Battle at the Red Skull's Lair


Captain America (Ultimate, light blue)


Bucky


Red Skull (Holding transparent cube)

Super Hero Squad SDCC ExclusivesEdit

Super Hero Squad 2010 SDCC Exclusives - July 2010Edit


Iron Man (Cartoon armor)


Dr. Doom (Cartoon, in robe)


Mayor of Superhero City


Super Hero Squad VehiclesEdit

Spider-Man Super Hero Squad Vehicles - July 2007Edit


Spider-Man (Movie costume, open right hand, left hand webslinging)



Spider-Man (Movie costume, open left hand, right hand webslinging)


Cruisers Wave 1 - March 2009Edit

Spider-Man (Comic costume, right hand webslinging)


Thing (Dark orange, shorts)



Wolverine (Blue and yellow costume, shiny)


Captain America (Shield on back)


Cruisers Wave 2 - August 2009Edit


Thor (Lord of Asguard armor)


Ultimate Captain America



Iron Man (Classic armor, standing)


Cyclops (Blue Astonishing X-Men costume)


Cruisers Wave 3 - March 2010Edit


Wolverine (Yellow costume, arms to body)



Spider-Man (Comic costume, comic blue, open left hand, right hand in fist)


Cruisers Wave 4 - August 2010Edit


Spider-Man (Comic blue, holding webshield)



Iron Man (Classic Ultimate armor)


Marvel Super Hero Squad Flying Vehicles - August 2010Edit


Spider-Man (Comic blue, webslinging arms to front)


Iron Fist (Green and gold costume)



Iron Man (Cartoon armor)


Ultimate Nick Fury (Blue pants)


Super Hero Squad PlaysetsEdit

Spider-Man Super Hero Squad Playsets - August 2007Edit


Spider-Man (Movie costume, open left hand, right hand in fist)


Doc Ock (Movie costume, olive coat)


Hulk Super Hero Squad Playsets - August 2008Edit


Spider-Man (Comic costume and comic blue, open right hand, left hand webslinging)


Hulk (Dark green, crouching)


Marvel Super Hero Squad 3-D Pop-Up Playsets Wave 1 - July 2009Edit


Spider-Man (Movie costume, open right hand, webslinging left hand)


Iron Man (Red and yellow armor)



Wolverine (Fastball special)


Sabretooth (Brown costume)


Marvel Super Hero Squad 3-D Pop-Up Playsets Wave 2 - December 2009Edit


Iron Man (Modern armor)


Dr. Doom (Cartoon)


Marvel Super Hero Squad 3-D Pop-Up Playsets Wave 3 - December 2010Edit


Iron Man (Shiny armor, flying)


Silver Surfer (removable board)


Marvel Super Hero Squad Mega Vehicle Playsets Wave 1 - July 2009Edit


Logan (Black shirt and yellow pants)


Motorcycle


Marvel Super Hero Squad Mega Vehicle Playsets Wave 2 - August 2010Edit


Iron Man (Cartoon, Lighter armor)


Marvel Super Hero Squad GameEdit

Marvel Super Hero Squad Game - Release Date Currently UnknownEdit

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