The Russo Brothers have gone on record as stating that the “spoiler ban” lifts on Monday, May 6, but Hasbro‘s getting in on the action early. The toymaker just pulled back the curtain to reveal its second wave of Endgame toys, and there’s some big spoilers at hand for those who haven’t seen the film. One last warning — some of the toys are the spoilers!
The latest batch of Endgame toys includes characters missing from the first wave, along with new depictions of others. Sadly, there’s still no movie-accurate depiction of Thor or Professor Hulk, but customizers are already working to fill that gap for now.
MARVEL AVENGERS: ENDGAME 6-INCH Figure Assortment
The basic 6-inch figure assortment sees the addition of new characters including Captain America, Iron Spider, Black Panther, Ant-Man, and Chitauri.
MARVEL AVENGERS: ENDGAME IRON MAN AND MARVEL’S RESCUE 2-PACK
One big moment of Endgame came when Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) finally suited-up in armor of her own as Rescue. Months before release, Paltrow even shared an image at one point hinting that the armor was coming. While her Avengers name was never mentioned on screen, this new set confirms that Pepper is Rescue in the MCU.
MARVEL AVENGERS: ENDGAME TITAN HERO SERIES 12-INCH Figure Assortment
There’s a lot of play value in the Titan Hero series, which provides an affordable way to collect basic, 12-inch versions of everyone’s favorite Avengers. New in wave two we have Iron Spider, Marvel’s Valkyrie, Star-Lord, and Rocket Raccoon.
MARVEL AVENGERS: ENDGAME ELECTRONIC FIST
This toy was the source of a major pre-release spoiler back in March, when it started showing up on retail shelves well-ahead of street date. Hasbro’s calling this an “Electronic Fist,” but let’s call this thing what it really is — the Stark Gauntlet! Now you, too, can wield the Infinity Stones like Hulk. They say this is for kids ages 5 and up, but we know there’s plenty of adults that will be rocking the Gauntlet. It’s cool.
MARVEL AVENGERS: ENDGAME DELUXE 6-INCH HULK Figure
He’s missing the glasses, but this is the 6-inch-scale Hulk that everyone needs. Yes, he does wear shirts now, but here he’s featured in his Quantum Realm suit, ready to head back to 2012. It includes a “character-inspired accessory.” Again, it’s the Stark Gauntlet!
Fuel your fandom with all of these new toys when they start showing up at major retailers in the days and weeks ahead.