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Marvel Legends Lady Deadpool figure review – Build-A-Figure Sauron wave

We’re finally at the home stretch of the Build-A-Figure Sauron wave and one final Deadpool variant — Lady Deadpool. I haven’t read one issue with her, but a quick Google read-through reveals an interesting backstory. At least she’s not another Wade Wilson figure. Capitalizing on Deadpool’s popularity, Hasbro decided this was the best opportunity to release a Marvel Legends Lady Deadpool figure. Let’s see if she’s a cut above the other Deadpool variants.

Packaging:  Lady Deadpool isn’t packaged as fun as the other two Deadpool variants in this wave. This is more of the traditional packaging. The side portrait shows her in action and the bio is written in snarky Deadpool style.

marvel legends lady deadpool figure review - package bio

Likeness:  Lady Deadpool is a female version of Deadpool and this figure reflects that just fine. It’s a little weird as the headsculpt looks like a standard Deadpool head with a big ponytail attached. The ponytail is arranged in a dynamic way as if she’s moving. That’s a smart choice so it’s obvious from various angles.

marvel legends lady deadpool figure review - wide shot

Beyond that Lady Deadpool is a basic blank female buck with a harness, belt and straps on the thighs. It’s not the most exciting sculpt, but it’s all that’s required here.

marvel legends lady deadpool figure review - ponytail detail

Scale:  Lady Deadpool is a regular size female figure that gains a little extra height from the ponytail.


Paint:  Given all the practice Hasbro has had with Deadpool figures, I wasn’t surprised there’s no issue with the outfit pattern on Lady Deadpool.  There’s no sloppy line work and the head sculpt is painted crisply. The pouches would have benefited from a wash so they don’t look so flat, but that’s about it. Hasbro did add a wash to her hair, which came out great.

Articulation:  As usual, I wish Hasbro would include bicep articulation and double jointed elbows for the female figures. Beyond that, Lady Deadpool features more than enough articulation to come up with some dynamic and creative poses.

marvel legends lady deadpool figure review - leaping

Lady Deadpool has:

  • neck
  • ball-jointed shoulders
  • elbows
  • wrists
  • torso
  • waist
  • hips
  • thighs
  • knees (double-jointed)
  • ankles

marvel legends lady deadpool figure review - defensive stance

marvel legends lady deadpool figure review - pivoting

Accessories:  Apparently Lady Deadpool is more of a melee fighter as opposed to Wade as she just uses two katanas instead of any gun at her disposal. This is the same katanas we’ve previously seen with the Liefeld-era Deadpool figure. The hilt is cast in red plastic, which looks good.

marvel legends lady deadpool figure review - katanas up

Her other accessory is Headpool another member of the Deadpool Corps. Again, I’ve got no clue about this guy, but it’s a terrific add-on with amazing sculpting and a propeller cap to get around.

Finally, Lady Deadpool comes with the right leg of the BAF Sauron.

marvel legends lady deadpool figure review - accessories in tray

Worth it?  I found Lady Deadpool for $18. Ideally, I would have gotten her closer to $15 and Headpool is probably worth $3 so it works out.


Rating: 9 out of 10

I’m not sure I *needed* Lady Deadpool, but it’s a cool addition to the growing Deadpool wing and Hasbro executed it nicely.

Where to get it?  Gamestop and FYE are proving to be my best options for Marvel Legends these days. You can also find Lady D at for a bit less than the normal retail price.