Friday, February 25, 2022

Marvel Titan Hero Series - SCARLET WITCH!

Marvel Titan Hero Series - Doctor Strange & Scarlet Witch - Hasbro 2021

This Titan Hero Series figure was the first toy I bought from the Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness product line. I'm excited about all the various rumors connected to this movie. I imagine that exposing a variety of alternate universes is the perfect way to bring together the best characters and stories for future MCU films. My imagination is running wild, but I'll save speculation until May when it hits theatres. The Titan Hero Series is often the first movie product to hit the shelves, but usually only a couple characters from each movie are included, so I get pretty excited when a female character gets one of the slots. I'm thankful that Wanda's Multiverse look appears so similar to her WandaVision costume so we don't have to buy two. This is also the first time I noticed that Hasbro now uses the Photo Real face printing process on 12" figures. You can tell because all of Elizabeth Olsen's beauty marks are represented on this toy *a level of detail not usually seen in this line). Let's check her out below!

Wanda has 5 Points of Articulation: Hinge-and-Swivel Shoulders, Ball-Jointed Neck, and Hinge-and-Swivel Hips.

Here are some pics from WandaVision since the promo pics for Dr Strange are pretty scarce.

Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here she is with the Infinity War Scarlet Witch from 2018.
The legs and waistcoat are the same sculpt.

And here she is with her Marvel Select and Marvel Legends figures.



  1. Great writeup! As someone who has a really low hobby budget, the True Moves and Titan Hero line are really all I can afford that I like.

    The Titan Hero Series is really increasing in quality. I noticed especially with females, they had horrible character likeness and were quite hideous to look at. Picked up Sersi earlier this year and was very impressed. Picking up this one soon, and am really looking forward to the upcoming Lady Thor.

    If only they could ditch the Hero FX port on the back and give them articulation akin to the Mattel True Moves line. A shame that Mattel lost the DC license right as I was just getting into them. They were pretty decent figures for the $10 price tag. At least Hasbro stepped up the plate and has improved their line immensely. Spin Master has done a 12" line that has included Wonder Woman and Harley Quinn; but both haven't really been easy to find. Harley Quinn has been produced in decent numbers, but I think Wonder Woman was one and done.