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  1. The 90's was a strange time for the Avengers as the X-Men and Spider-Man dominated the airwaves during much of that time with their cartoons on Fox. In the comics, the X-Titles as well as Spider-Man had all the hot artists on board like Jim Lee, Whilce Portacio, Eric Larsen and Todd McFarlane. Earth's Mightiest Heroes during that time seemed often to struggle to really find its footing in the Marvel Universe which in turn caused many iconic characters to go through some often drastic makeovers. Trends were started in the pages of X-Men like wearing leather jackets and having letters that represented your team featured on your outfits that soon carried over to the Avengers. Then, as the 90's began to come to a close, Marvel and the comic industry itself began experiencing extreme turmoil, and we ended up with things like Heroes Reborn. Still that time period brought us many interesting looks and outfits for the Avengers. Which begs the question, should Hasbro do more Avengers action figures from that time period? After all, Hasbro did give us a very 90's Black Widow figure last year in her grey outfit with the "A" sleeved leather jacket. Other notable Avengers characters who sported the leather jacket look included Eternals member Sersi who at the time wore a red and black outfit. Then there was The Black Knight who ditched the cape for the jacket and also started using a Lightsaber-type laser sword instead of his traditional Ebony Blade weapon. With the Eternals movie featuring both characters coming next year, I could even see Hasbro giving us a 2-pack of these two with their 90's looks. The Olympian God Hercules also switched up his look in the 90's, often sporting shoulder pads (another look made to be cool in the 90s) and shirts with the letter A featured on it. Speaking of Gods, another character who experienced some pretty drastic changes in the 90's was Thor. For a while the mantle of Thor was handed off to a human named Eric Masterson who gave us a subtle update to the classic Thor look. Eventually Masterson ended up giving Mjölnir back to its original owner and assumed the identity of Thunderstrike giving his own twist on the leather look. I would love to see Hasbro do both the Masterson Thor and Thunderstrike for the Marvel Legends line. Thor himself probably experienced one of his most drastic makeovers in the late 90's although it was very short-lived. It had all the classic traits of the 90's including leather, big shoulder pads, and chains. Another Avengers member fairly new to the team at the time was the Inhumans character Crystal. Not to be outdone by Black Widow and Sersi, she too soon dumped the traditional plain yellow costume look after joining and started sporting a white and black costume with the added Avengers leather jacket. Hank Pym, officially returned to the Avengers during this time with his Giant Man persona, and ditched the traditional mask in favor of Cable-like communication headgear and cyclops-like belt pouches.The hair sticking out of the top of the mask was also a look that became very popular in the 90s, especially if you had blonde hair. Fortunately Steve Rogers was spared that particular look, but Clint Barton couldn't say the same with his new Hawkeye outfit. Speaking of blonde hair characters, Quasar is another character from the 90s that Hasbro should definitely consider giving a Marvel Legends figure. The character first appeared back in 1979, but it wasn't until Wendell Vaughn picked up the mantle in his own title that first debuted in 1989. That, I think, is when the character really picked up steam. Captain America ended up taking Vaughn under his wing and bringing him onboard the Avengers for a short time. The 90's also saw Wanda Maximoff go through some pretty major changes as she separated from her android husband Vision, found out her children were not real, and was manipulated by the likes of both Kang and Magneto. During this time, Scarlet Witch sported a number of different looks but this one was probably my favorite. Of course, all eventually lead us to "No More Mutants". Not to be outdone by costume changes, Scarlet Witch's brother Quicksilver ditched his long standing blue outfit for a new one. In keeping with the look of his now separated wife Crystal's white and black look, Pietro began wearing a dark black and white outfit. Since we know how much Hasbro loves Iron Man, we should note that this time period is when Tony started wearing this very popular armor design featured in the 90's Iron Man animated series as well as done in figure form by Toy Biz. We have to imagine Hasbro will get around to doing it at some point. By the end of the 90's, almost all the Avengers had gotten costume make-overs. Some better than others, but we feel there is a lot of potential here for Hasbro to explore with new action figures. After all, Hasbro has been giving us the 90's versions of the X-Men. It only seems fair the Avengers get the same treatment, right???
  2. Here is a look at the upcoming Marvel's Avengers Assemble Captain America Deluxe POP! vinyl fogire from Funko. This is the final figure in the Amazon exclusive set which will be available soon.
  3. I love building my Avengers display out. We need more characters. I'm really hoping for a Swordsman, Falcon and updated US Agent.
  4. The recent Armored Daredevil got me thinking about all the characters who don’t normally sport an armored look but have for some convoluted comic book reason. Are there any that deserve Marvel Legends figure? See below for a few that spring to mind but I’m positive there are more I’m missing: ( the last pic is War Machines short lived ( thank jeebus) alien armor)
  5. Given with the surprising screen appearance in Avengers: Endgame, Marvel fans are meeting the popular, villainous God of Mischief once more! Despite his death in the opening moments of Avengers: Infinity War, Loki reappeared as part of the Avenger team's time heist. Our beloved World’s Mightiest Heroes time travel back through their own pasts to intercept the Infinity Stones, but in a skirmish, they lose the Space Stone to the spiteful trickster who picks it up, and warps right out of sight! Adding onto the massive Marvel collection, Hot Toys is very excited to present to our fans today the movie-accurate 1/6th scale Loki collectible figure inspired by the epic Avengers: Endgame. Marvelously crafted based on the image of Tom Hiddleston as Loki in the movie, the figure features a head sculpt with significant likeness, finely tailored costume with screen authenticity, highly-detailed weapons and accessories including a long scepter, a short scepter, a pair of daggers, a Tesseract, Loki’s gold helmet, a muzzle, a pair of handcuffs and a movie-themed figure stand.
  6. LEGO has released official images and details for five new Avengers themed sets slated for release this June. Marvel Avengers Wrath of Loki - (76152) – 223 pcs / $59.99 Loki is trying to steal the all-powerful Tesseract from the Marvel Avengers Tower! Can your young superhero team up with Iron Man, Thor, Hulk and Captain Marvel to stop him? Loki moves fast in his green glider – but it’s no match for Captain Marvel’s awesome red jet! With endless imaginative stories for youngsters to role-play, this fun-filled superhero set makes developmental play super-fun! Inspire endless imaginative role-play with this fun-filled superhero building toy, featuring Iron Man, Thor, Hulk, Captain Marvel and the evil Loki. Marvel Avengers Helicarrier - (76153) – 1244 pcs – $119.99 The LEGO Marvel Avengers Helicarrier building toy takes kids aboard the awesome Avengers Helicarrier as they join Iron Man, Captain Marvel, Thor, Black Widow, War Machine and Nick Fury to battle M.O.D.O.K. – the big-brained super villain. Fans of Marvel Avengers movies can relive favorite scenes and dream up stories of their own when they board the amazing Helicarrier. It has lots of cool accessories, so kids can equip their team of superheroes ready for action. Then it’s time to prime the sphere cannons, spin the Helicarrier’s rotors, put 3 minifigures into the cockpit and launch into some high-speed spins and moves using the specially designed Helicarrier base. Marvel Avengers Iron Man Hulkbuster Versus A.I.M. Agent (76164) – 456 pcs / USD$39.99 Young superheroes role-play big battle scenes with the awesome LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Hulkbuster versus A.I.M. Agent playset. Kids can even use the posable Hulkbuster to fight evil attackers! There’s authentic Marvel action when kids place an Iron Man minifigure inside the mega Hulkbuster armor to battle 2 enemy agents. The bad guys have weapons and 1 of them has a jet pack. The Hulkbuster armor has movable limbs and, for extra firepower, kids can put the Rescue minifigure in the built-in shooter turret. Marvel Avengers: Avengers Tower Battle - (76166) – USD$89.99 The LEGO Marvel Avengers: Avengers Tower Battle provides kids with superhero battle action inside and outside the 5-floor Marvel Avengers Tower. Superheroes Iron Man and Black Widow take on the evil Red Skull and his A.I.M. Agents in an epic battle spread over the spectacular, 5-floor Marvel Avengers Tower. The structure opens for easy access to 7 awesome rooms where kids can enjoy endless imaginative adventures: blow out the energy core, blast open the jail, collapse the balcony, launch a rocket attack… the iconic New York skyscraper is packed with role-play possibilities with classic Marvel characters. Marvel Avengers Iron Man Helmet - (76165) – 480pcs / USD$59.99 LEGO Marvel Avengers Iron Man Helmet for Adults to Build and Display. Makes a great Father’s Day, Christmas, or Birthday Gift or Creative Challenge for Marvel Fans and LEGO Enthusiasts (480 Pieces) Capture forever the unique appearance of Marvel’s high-flying superhero, Iron Man. This impressive LEGO build-and-display model provides a challenging and rewarding opportunity to recreate the iconic full-head helmet of one of cinema’s most recognizable characters. Once complete, the model stands solidly on a baseplate to deliver an eye-catching centerpiece wherever it is displayed.
  7. Tamashii Nations has released official images and info for their upcoming S.H. Figuarts Avengers: Endgame Cap Vs. Cap ediion figure which features the uniform from the first movie. The figure which is due out in September features a whole new sculpt and digital coloring to capture the likeness of Steve Rogers. Included with the figure is Caps shield and throwing effects to reenact your favorite Cap vs Cap scenes. You also get multiple hands, a masked head and 2 unmasked heads, pulled back mask and Peggy Carters picture. One of the images shows Cap holding Loki's staff, but it wasn't listed as an actual accessory of the figure.
  8. Via Thebrickfan.com is a look at the packaging for a couple new Avengers based LEGO sets coming this summer. Shown are the Avengers: Wrath of Loki (76152) – 223 pieces and Avengers Helicarrier (76153) – 1,224 pieces sets.
  9. Tamashii Nations has released official images for their upcoming S.H. Figuarts Avengers movie Loki figure which is due out in September. The figure features soft-goods on the outfit, and includes alternated muffled head, multiple hands, headpiece, handcuffs, two staves and a tesseract. Check out the images below.
  10. In this segment we call Marvelous Toy Photo Of The Day, we spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. For today we are spotlighting photographer Lavachoco and his series of photos titled "Bank Heist Gone Wrong". "Bank Heist Gone Wrong" By Plastic Resin Heroes Be sure to Give Lavachoco a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.
  11. Marvel’s Avengers is an epic, third-person, action-adventure game that combines an original, cinematic story with single-player and co-operative gameplay. Assemble into a team of up to four players online, master extraordinary abilities, customize a growing roster of Heroes, and defend the Earth from escalating threats. Pre-order Marvel's Avengers to receive the Marvel Legacy Outfit Pack, an exclusive nameplate, Beta access, and more! Play the Beta first on PS4.
  12. After the gameverse waves should Marvel do lone-standing Avengers waves to get various Avengers members, allies and enemies that have been lacking with all the movie figures Blue Marvel Ms America Chavez Jimmy Woo Emperor Hulkling Wiccan Tigra Wasp (Nadia) Red Hulk Cosmic Thor Human Torch (Jim Hammond) US Agent Lightning Quasar (Annihilation) Brawn Noh-Varr Shang-Chi (Modern) Quake War Machine Captain Universe (Tamara) Hyperion (Black & Gold) Smasher (Izzy Kane) Abyss Nightmask Starbrand Runaways Power Man (Victor Alvarez) POD/Enigma Synapse Iron Patriot (Toni Ho) Skurge Atlas (Erik Josten) Jocasta Winter Guard Echo Jessica Jones Valkyrie (Brunnhilde) Valkyrie (Jane Foster) Loki (King of Frost Giants) Immortal Hulk Rick Jones (IM) Red Harpy Jarvis Eternals Inhumans The Hood Molecule Man Kang the Conqueror Champions Voyager Challenger
  13. In this segment called Marvelous Photo Of The Day, we spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. For today we are spotlighting Photographer PosableProductions and his photo of the Hasbro Marvel Legends Avengers figures titled "Earth's Mightiest". You can purchase Marvel Legends from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. "Earth's Mightiest" By PosableProductions Be sure to give PosableProductions a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.
  14. The new Marvel: Avengers Assemble Series - Hulk, Amazon Exclusive Pop! vinyl figure is now available for pre-order and will be released on March 24.
  15. I would kill to have a Emma Frost figure or a Cyclops. I love the X-men so much but as for an avengers figure I would like a black widow. She fits the agile type character amazing yamaguchi would do.
  16. If Hasbro decides to make a wave 3 for endgame, what figures do you think would be in it (comics and movies)? My list: Mark 85 Iron Man Thor during the final battle Rocket with his new costume Grey Hulk Iron heart New comic Ultron BAF- Hulk in his jumpsuit
  17. https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Z9H9CLW As promised here is the Avengers Poll, once again pick your eight favourites from the eighty characters. I'll announced the results next Saturday (11th May)
  18. Hope yall like it
  19. The grave course of events set in motion by Thanos that wiped out half the universe and fractured the Avengers ranks compels the remaining Avengers to take one final stand in Marvel Studios’ grand conclusion to twenty-two films, “Avengers: Endgame.” Kevin Feige produces “Avengers: Endgame,” and Anthony and Joe Russo are the directors. Louis D’Esposito, Victoria Alonso, Michael Grillo, Trinh Tran, Jon Favreau, James Gunn and Stan Lee are the executive producers, and Christopher Markus & Stephen McFeely wrote the screenplay. Avengers: Endgame stars Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Mark Ruffalo, Paul Rudd, Jeremy Renner, Josh Brolin, Tom Holland, Chris Pratt, Elizabeth Olsen, Paul Bettany, Benedict Cumberbatch, Zoe Saldana, Dave Bautista, Chadwick Boseman, Danai Gurira, Letitia Wright, Pom Klementieff, Don Cheadle, Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan, Bradley Cooper, Frank Grillo, Hiroyuki Sanada, Katherine Langford, Jon Favreau, Gwyneth Paltrow, Paul Rudd, Evangeline Lilly, Brie Larson Marvel Studios’ “Avengers: Endgame” is in U.S. theaters on April 26th, 2019.
  20. Should they make a new Baron Zemo inspired by Avengers Under Siege. The last Baron Zemo was so long ago. They could make an 80th anniversary two pack with Zemo and Kang because they are classic avengers villains. They could also make a vintage collection Zemo. A new Helmut Zemo figure would be nice.
  21. Hey Marvel Community! I want to build a classic Avengers display that includes Mezco's Ironman and Captain America and SH Figuarts Infinity War Hulk. Just wondering if you guys know any classic Thor w/ Mjolnir that can fit into this idea?
  22. It's been a while since early production samples for Hasbro's Marvel Legends line have leaked out on eBay, but now thanks to seller yaksanagezhou we have a new look at the upcoming 6" Marvel Legends Hercules, Nighthawk and Living Laser figures. Hasbro had previously shown off these 3 figures as well as other comic book based figures that included Loki, Beta Ray Bill, Citizen V and Union Jack. At the time that said these figures would help make up two different Avengers themed waves for 2019. Since these three are already showing up on eBay, that probably means these are the comic book based figures for the first wave.
  23. erivera94 takes a look at the Avengers S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Mark VII & Hall Of Armor Set from Tamashii Nations. You can purchase this now at BigBadToyStore.com. Check out images for this set below in our GALLERY and let us know what you think about it in the COMMENTS SECTION.
  24. The all-new weekly Avengers event continues in March with an epic story from Al Ewing, Mark Waid, and Jim Zub, with art by Sean Izaakse and Paco Medina – and the famed barbarian himself is slashing his way into the Marvel Universe in AVENGERS: NO ROAD HOME! It all starts when The Scarlet Witch enters the Hyborian Age, and continues when the Avengers take their fight to the Queen of the Night! And while Conan and the Avengers will fight together, the question remains…whose side is Conan really on? It’s an action-filled, jam-packed story that you won’t want to miss, and it all starts in AVENGERS: NO ROAD HOME #6 – when the Marvel Universe will be forever changed, by Crom! AVENGERS: NO ROAD HOME #6 Written by AL EWING, MARK WAID, JIM ZUB Art by SEAN IZAAKSE Cover by YASMINE PUTRI On Sale 3/20/19
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