Avengers: Endgame is here and the Marvel Cinematic Universe will never be the same. But here’s one thing that won’t change: There will be toys... lots and lots of toys. Here’s a look at the must-have Endgame merchandise that’s available now. Caveat emptor, purists: The accessories for some of these toys include big spoilers.
Marvel’s two Captains lead the charge during the Avengers’ rematch with Thanos, and both of these six-inch figures come packing some serous firepower. Captain Marvel has her Photon energy handy, while Captain America sports all-new armor, plus his classic shield, which he previously abandoned at the end of Civil War. New best buds Thor and Rocket Raccoon are also available in a separate two-pack.
Climb aboard a souped-up Quinjet for another bout with the Chitauri forces that previously tangled with our titular super-team in the Battle of New York from the first Avengers film. (It’s worth noting that since time travel is likely going to play a role in Endgame, the Battle of New York may be re-fought with new tech.) Black Widow, Hawkeye, Rocket and Thor are the onboard crew, and they’ll have a weapons reserve that includes a six-stud rapid shooter.
Mix and match parts from seven different Avengers-themed Nerf sets, like the Captain America blaster pictured above. Assemble each hero’s individual Nerf blaster or connect Iron Spider’s trigger with Hulk’s scope. With over 100 different combinations, you’ll never run out of ways to fashion new weapons out of the same parts.
The classic board game gets a Marvel-ous makeover, spanning a decades’ worth of MCU movies starting with Iron Man and going all the way up to Avengers: Endgame. Instead of houses and hotels, players invest in Marvel’s menagerie of costumed heroes, from Ant-Man to War Machine. Naturally, Tony Stark gets dibs on the race car.
Shop it: $29.92 at Walmart.
This Tony Stark Pop! is so bright, you would even say it glows. Because it does glow. In the dark.
Shop it: $11.99, from Entertainment Earth.
Mortal enemies Iron Man and Thanos face off again in Avengers: Endgame... and can stare each other down on your shelves at home as well! Manufactured by Hot Toys and distributed by Sideshow, these highly-detailed figures feature LED light-up function and sleekly sculpted armor. Both will be available in July 2020, but pre-order yours now.
As a boy growing up in early 20th century Brooklyn, Steve Rogers could never have guessed that he’d one day be fighting alien Outriders on a massive motorbike that comes equipped with a pair of shield shooters and multiple blasters. What a difference some super-serum and a seven-decade nap makes.
Relive Infinity War from Iron Man’s perspective courtesy of an augmented-reality experience from Ubtech Robotics. Download a companion app to your iOS or Android device to let you “see” inside Tony’s shell head. Or just delight in having your very own customizable mini-Avenger, allowing you to program specific phrases, sounds and motions and even put your own face under the hood.
If you don’t want to let a robot have all the fun, strap on this heavy-duty Iron Man gauntlet, which fires super-sized Nerf darts at your enemies, be they near or far.
Shop it: $14.99, from Walmart.
Thor’s newest weapon quite literally brings the thunder in Endgame, and while this replica won’t be able to summon lightning by your command, it does have plenty of flash.
Shop it: $15.73 at Walmart.
Thanos is making his way towards the Avengers compound, and it’s up to Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Nebula and Ant-Man to protect the group’s homestead. This 699-piece set recreates what will certainly be one of the major action set-pieces from Endgame. And speaking of action, it looks like Bruce Banner’s mean, green alter ego isn’t scared to come out and play anymore. As evident in other Hulk toys, the new-look green giant appears to be in his Professor Hulk form, which blends Bannner’s intelligence (and facial features) with the Hulk’s hulk-ness.
Like we said, after sitting out Infinity War, Hulk will be back in a big, bad way for Endgame... emphasis on the word “big.” The green goliath is available in a six-inch and 12-inch version, each one featuring his “Team Suit” look that confirms he’s a rock-solid part of the Avengers. The 12-inch Titan Hero Deluxe series also includes larger-than-life versions of Thanos and War Machine.
Bruce Banner has gotten a grip on his mean green alter ego, and now you can get a grip on his Hulk-sized strength courtesy of these oversized fists of fury. Grab your pals in your mock battles, but maybe refrain from crushing their spirits… or their arms.
Shop it: $19.99 at Walmart.
For more Hulk-y goodness, Funko has two Pops for your shelf. Buy Hulk solo (with a 3-pack of collectible cards from Entertainment Earth) or packaged together with Thanos, who gave him a thorough thrashing in Infinity War. We’re betting that Hulk is taking the gloves off for Round 2.
Speaking of War Machine, Tony Stark’s best buddy looks to play a major role in the events of Endgame. Fortunately, he’s got the major suit upgrade to match. As Ant-Man tries to fend off a squad of Outriders, War Machine climbs inside his version of Iron Man’s Hulkbuster steel suit, previously seen in Avengers: Age of Ultron. And just to prove that he’s his own (war) machine, Rhodey’s duds come with a six-stud rapid shooter, two detachable stud-shooting cannons and two flick missiles. He’s also looking pretty fierce in his Pop! form
Your antennae will be buzzing at the prospect of trying on this life-sized replica of Scott Lang’s signature headpiece, sculpted with intricate detail and equipped with its own sound-and-light show. Ant friends not included.
Shop it: $99.99, from Hasbro Pulse.
It’s been a minute since we’ve seen Hawkeye in the MCU, and he’s definitely not returning as the hero you remember. Due to an as-yet unspecified tragedy that almost certainly involves the Snapture, Clint Barton has remade himself into Ronin—a leaner, meaner fighter than his previous bow-and-arrow wielding incarnation. An assortment of other figures are available in six- or 12-inch form, including Iron Man, Iron Spider, Black Widow, Black Panther and Captain America. If you’d prefer to see Clint in his more traditional Hakeye garb, Funko has you covered; for his Pop!, he’s sporting Ronin’s dark outfit, but carrying his bow.
Step inside Tony’s archive of Iron Man armors past. Minifigures in this 524-piece set include Lego-sized replicas of the MK 1, MK 5, MK 41 and MK 50 suits, as well as a rotating podium from which to show them off. Defend the Hall of Armor from Outriders eager to burn the place to the ground.
Galactic warlords don’t come cuddlier than this stuffed version of Thanos from Build-a-Bear Workshop, which comes with 5 built-in phrases... phrases that may hint at some major Endgame developments. For example, the bear version of Thanos mentions an “orb” that may or may not have made an appearance in the MCU before. Other phrases include “How are you doing this?” and “You do not have the power to wield the Infinity Stones” — both of which certainly make it sound like the all-powerful alien is experiencing a major moment of weakness, perhaps at the fists of the Avengers.
Shop it: $47, from Build-a-Bear Workshop.
Speaking of Thanos, this hilarious T-shirt advertises one of our favorite theories for how the Avengers bring down their nemesis. Remember to add this to Paul Rudd’s birthday wish list.
Shop it: $18.99 on Etsy.
Brie Larson and Scarlett Johansson rocked sweet Infinity Stones-themed jewelry at the Endgame premiere, and ThinkGeek has its own piece red carpet-ready bling. Just expect to take your own pictures.
Shop it: $34.99 on ThinkGeek.
Be your best hero (or villain) with eight pairs of Avengers-themed kicks from Adidas’s “Heroes Among Us” collection. The crown jewel of this line is Jen Bartel’s all-new Thanos shoe, which comes in the intergalactic signature purple and includes all six Infinity Stones emblazoned on the heel. Bartel’s Captain Marvel shoe is also back on shelves along with shoes color-coded to fit aspiring Iron Mans, Black Panthers and Captain Americas.
Shop it: The “Heroes Among Us” collection ranges from $110-$180 at Foot Locker.
Marvel Avengers: Endgame Electronic Fist
Why should Thanos have all the fun? The Avengers made their own gauntlet capable of harnessing the immense power of the Infinity Stones. Unlike Tony Stark, wearing this electronic replica won’t sap all of your strength.
Iron Man and Marvel’s Rescue 2-Pack
Gwynneth Paltrow is retiring from the MCU, but at least she got to suit up in her Stark-made armor one last time. Pepper’s nick-of-time appearance inspires some of Endgame’s biggest cheers.
Valkyrie and Rocket 12-inch Titan Hero Series
All hail the new queen of New Asgard! Fan-favorites Valkyrie and Rocket Raccoon join the taller, fitter Titan Hero Series line.
Iron Spider 6-inch figure
Spider-Man’s resurrection was one of the MCU’s worst-kept secrets. But hey at least he came back in a sharper version of his Iron Spider outfit.
Avengers: Endgame opens in theaters on April 26. Visit Fandango for showtime and ticket information.
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