On the heels of the blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War, we now have the grand finale, Avengers: Endgame. It is a box office monster even bigger than Thanos, earning $824 million in North America and $2.7 billion worldwide. And the film has, of course, the entire Marvel marketing muscle behind it, which means a slew of tie-in toys.
No matter which character you love the most, there’s a corresponding toy for your kid (or, ahem, you). From Lego sets to detailed character masks and helmets, here’s what you should buy for the Marvel fan at home.
Any self-respecting Avengers fan has to own the Infinity Gauntlet. It's an articulated fist with pulsating stone glow light effects and six Infinity Stones that control the multi-verse.
The Infinity Gauntlet is a powerful glove owned by ultimate baddie Thanos (played by our buddy Josh Brolin), who used it to channel the powers of the six Infinity Stones to control the multi-verse. This particular gauntlet has articulated fingers with fist-lock display mode and sound effects inspired by Avengers: Infinity War.
Connect this figure of Thanos to the Titan hero power pack (sold separately) to hear him talk in his signature gravelly voice.
Kids snap the voice box to Thanos’ back and hear him say very Thanos-like things. The power pack works with other figures from this set. It’s worth noting that this figure is shockingly well-made.
Thanos is the ultimate baddie. And in this game, players try and defeat Thanos and all who helped him.
Players ages 10 and up play as their favorite Marvel superheroes and recruit teams to defeat Thanos and his forces before he collects the all-powerful Infinity Stones.
The very cool thing about this Iron Man Nerf fun is that it can be mixed and matched with other Avengers sets to build the ideal Nerf blaster for you.
Nerf fanatics can load up on assembler gear based on Iron Spider, Hulk, Captain America, Black Panther, Captain Marvel, Iron Man, and even Ronin, all of which can be mixed and matched with other sets to create the ultimate Nerf blaster.
Fans of Ant-Man need to own this electronic helmet with red and blue lights, plus an intricate movie-inspired design and stunning attention to detail.
Perpetual crowd pleaser Ant-Man has his own helmet, featuring six red and blue LED light FX on the antennae and jawline.
When T’Challa suits up as the Black Panther, he must prepare himself for combat and to defend his kingdom. And he does so wearing this light-up helmet.
One of the best (if not the best) films from the MCU, Black Panther is a standout. And so is this mask, which features pulsating and fixed light effects, and a design inspired by the groundbreaking film. Plus, it has a flip-up-flip-down lens.
If you or your kid loves minifigures most of all, this is the set for you.
The 524-piece Iron Man Hall of Armor comes with five different Iron Man suits and an Outrider. Kids can take apart and rearrange each module to their heart’s content while also swapping out the minifigures in the rotating podium with robotic arms. There are also tons of different accessories inspired by Endgame. Think a jet pack, wrench, radar dish, and fire extinguisher: all stuff you’d find inside any Stark Industries lab.
The movies lives up to this set, and then some. In fact, this Avengers Lego set is totally worthy of its namesake.
This Avengers compound is centered around the building, a garage with helipad and satellite dish connected to a two-story office building complete with Avengers logos and a roof-mounted blaster. The set also comes with an offroader and a helicopter, as well as four minifigures (Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Nebula, and a Outrider), one microfigure (Ant-Man), and two posable larger figures (Hulk and Thanos). It’s pricey, yes, but you also get one hell of a building experience.
Poor Thor. In Endgame, he's got a dad-bod and a video game addiction. But he can also summon some serious power with this Stormbreaker. It looks just like the weapon wielded by Thor and with a simple press of a button, it makes sounds from the movie. Do be aware that by sounds, we mean major noise. Enjoy!
Like the hammer, the stormbreaker unleashes the power of Thor. We’re talking turbo-powered Thor, the god of thunder we know and love.
Yes, kids can pretend to be Thor, the god of thunder, with the rumble strike hammer featuring spring-activated sound effects.
Parents, this hammer is annoying. You’ve been warned. But kids can strike a surface to hear rumbling sound effects worthy of the god of thunder himself.
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