Yesterday, images from the upcoming Marvel's The Avengers toy line offered a first look at some of the vehicles that will be featured in the May 4th blockbuster. Today, Ain't It Cool News has a look at another new tie-in toy: the Hawkeye figure from the Marvel Select line. Entertainment Earth's official product description for the figure reads as follows:
From the Avengers movie comes the world's greatest marksman, Hawkeye! Based on the likeness of actor Jeremy Renner, this 7-inch-scale Marvel Select figure comes with his trademark bow and arrows, and will look perfect alongside your other Select Avengers figures. Plus, it features 16 points of articulation, for a variety of action poses! Hawkeye comes with a detailed display base in oversized collector packaging!
Hawkeye's base also connects with that of a still-unseen Hulk figure as well as that of a mystery enemy. The product listing for the Hulk is listed below:
Designed and Sculpted by Gentle Giant! The Marvel Select line has become famous for its oversized characters, especially the Hulk, but it's never tackled a movie version of the jade giant - well, no longer! With the Hulk appearing in the Avengers movie, Diamond Select Toys is making a massive 7-inch-scale figure based on Dr. Bruce Banner's look. Utilizing digital data from the film, the figure will stand over 8-inches tall and feature 16 points of articulation, and will look great alongside your existing Select Avengers figures. Hulk comes with a detailed display base in oversized collector packaging!
The enigmatic "enemy" figure, meanwhile, is teased thusly:
Kept tightly under wraps, is this 7-inch-scale Marvel Select figure of one of the unseen characters from Joss Whedon's Avengers movie, and now it's available for order! With 16 points of articulation and a detailed display base, this mystery figure will be the crowning jewel in any Avengers movie toy collection! The Marvel Select Avengers Movie Mystery Action Figure comes in oversized collector packaging.
Click on the image of Hawkeye below for a much larger version over at Ain't It Cool News: