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Disney Toybox Hulkbuster, Thanos, Spider Buggy & Maybe Venom

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Update: I like my idea of the Black Order better but as some have noted for the blacked out silhouettes the one on the right is more likely a Venom which would make the one on the left more likely Spider-Man. Probably the same Spider-Man that will be coming with the Buggy. On the Star Wars side we saw them do the same thing with Han and Chewbacca, releasing the figures on single card and with a vehicle.




The new Disney Toybox catalog is out and with it is several new reveals for their Marvel line. Shown below via slowmotoys we can see images showing off an upcoming 2-pack featuring Hulkbuster Iron Man and Hulk as well as Spider-Man with his Spider-Buggy. We also get our first look at the upcoming Thanos figure as well as a grey hulk. The final 2 reveals are blacked-out so we can only guess what they are. Based on the silhouettes though I am thinking these might be based on Thanos' Black Order members. Cull Obsidian and Ebony Maw perhaps.

If you aren't familiar with this line, they are 5" articulated figures put out by Disney and sold as Disney Store exclusives. The regular figures cost $12.95 each. We have no idea how much the two packs will be or if the Buggy is actually in scale with the figures since they have never done vehicles for this line before. The designs of the figures in this line are loosely based on the old Disney Infinity game and often the figures feature costumes similar to those worn in the movies. We don't have specific release dates but likely we will start seeing these all except for the blacked out ones hit Disney stores within the next month. The blacked out ones are done as teases for the next wave.

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I don't collect these but even I can tell they are another Spider-man (he is standing right across from the first shadow) and Venom.

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Yep looks like the same figure being re-released without the Buggy. Seems lame to do the same figure especially since we already have a single carded Spider-Man but they are doing the same thing on the Star Wars side with the Han, Chewie and the Falcon.

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I wonder how well that Buggy would fit for ML. since the Buggy has been confirmed to be a living being in the Spider-verse, it make it it's own character and need for a Spider-Verse collection.

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I love the star wars ones, these I'm just not feeling. That is until they start doing X-men in which case holy crap just take my money!!

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I am not into these, but I would totally buy the Hulkbuster with Hulk. Looks very cool. I wonder if the dome of the Hulkbuster will be articulated, because I can´t really see. 

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