Hasbro Black Series figures here I come with money that I don’t have!

If there’s one thing that this pandemic has cost me more than anything is money itself. And it’s not even for essential needs, which is the worst part because I’m spending it all on toys! 

Being bored at home can lead you to do crazy things, and especially make you itch to spend more than you should on items that you don’t need at all. It becomes much worse when you have someone like Sal who keeps up all night to find great deals on figures.

One such deal is happening right now in Lazada, Hasbro E-Warehouse Sale. Don’t’ worry the sale is legit, and it’s happening out of Hasbro Flagship Store within Lazada. The sale will conclude on 11 October, this Sunday, so you’ve got time to check it out and see if anything catches your eye.

Five things that you should consider from the Hasbro Sale!

First up, is the Marvel Legends X-Man Figure that costs S$27.90 and yep, that’s what he’s called. Nate Grey aka X-Man is Cable from an alternate timeline, initially introduced in the X-Men: Age of Apocalypse series. If that’s not a good enough reason to get the figure then how about this? This character has never had a toy figure before, and it’s exceedingly rare to find him now!

Next up is Hasbro Marvel Retro X-Men Collectible Series Storm Figure that costs S$27.90. And I’m not kidding when I say that this beauty is so rare that I have not even been able to find it anywhere with decent pricing! The fact that the figure’s looks are based on her 90’s cartoon design is all the reason you need to get it!

Another figure that’s hard to come by is the Hasbro Marvel Legends Mr Sinister Figure that costs S$27.90. I say this because this figure is part of an old wave and it’s usually pretty hard to find it for sale as a single figure, instead of a complete six figures collection that’s bound to blow your wallet.

Are you into Nerf guns and all about starting wars in your home, then you’re in luck because the Hasbro Nerf Elite Titan CS-50 Toy Blaster costs only $88.20! This weapon is just massive, fully motorized and probably a great way to cure your boredom by shooting at your family members. I guess it makes sense why Sal ended up buying one for himself.

Lastly on the list is the Hasbro Star Wars The Vintage Collection Cara Dune Figure that costs $20.90. This 3.75-inch figure initially costs 30 bucks which is a horror seeing how tiny it is. The only reason I’m recommending you to get this now is that you can be damn sure that when the Mandalorian Razor Crest ship model from HasLab arrives next year, it’s going to be hard to get your hands on her to complete the crew.

So what are you waiting for, get out your wallet and get to shopping while you still can!

Ibrahim's a hardcore gamer and Star Wars fan. He's obsessed with Obi-Wan Kenobi, even claiming that he's a descendant of the fictional Jedi Master. Other than that delusion, Ibrahim's pretty down to earth, collecting figures and buying games he'll never finish.