At long last, Hasbro has officially revealed the final figures in the upcoming Marvel Legends Avengers: Endgame wave, widely available any moment now. The final two figures are Captain America and the “Ronin” Hawkeye, from Endgame. They’re joining the Ebony Maw from the MCU and Citizen V, Hercules, Living Laser, and Nighthawk from the comics. The Build-A-Figure is an armored Thanos, although no official pic was provided.
Read on for the Legends reveals, plus more in the 6-inch, 12-inch, and new 14-inch scales!
Hasbro held their annual Toy Fair Nerd Herd (officially the “Fan Media Day”) and it was packed – both with awesome new Marvel Legends reveals, and with people trying to get pictures of said Legends. It’s a big Marvel movie year for Marvel Studios and 21st Century Fox, and I was expecting the brand to line up with the movies those two studios are putting out.
Marvel Studios – Captain Marvel (figures already on shelves), Avengers: Endgame, and Spider-Man: Far From Home
Fox – Dark Phoenix and The New Mutants
While Hasbro did come out in full force in alignment with the movies, they still managed to mix in some surprises. Read on!
Marvel Studios is celebrating 10 years of movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it’s fitting that Avengers: Infinity War brings together most of the heroes from those movies. Considering how many characters are in Infinity War, I find it amazing that Hasbro has delivered so many of them in the Marvel Legends line. This video includes all of the Marvel Legends figures I have from the final battle in the movie. Thanks to Hasbro for sending me several of the figures in this video!
To help celebrate ten years of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hasbro is going back to the beginning with its Marvel Legends Red Skull exclusive for San Diego Comic-Con. At least, that’s according to the historical timeline within the MCU. Johann Schmidt, AKA the Red Skull, was the big bad in Captain America: The First Avenger. This was actually the fifth movie released (after Iron Man, The Incredible Hulk, Iron Man 2, and Thor), but the first in the timeline, with World War II as the backdrop.