Monster Venom is getting a single figure release, and it’s a lot cheaper than going the Build-a-Figure approach!
Marvel’s top superheroine continues to blaze trails in merchandise as well as everywhere else.
Pose Natasha in dynamic, “falling away from explosions” stances just like in the movie.
There are more heroes than villains on this year’s list of the best action figures, but a superhero got their due!
If you’ve ever wanted the customized War Machine helmet worn by the Punisher in Marvel’s Future Fight video game, here it is.
As is often the case, the wave also rounds out with three comics-based figures.
Phoebe, Mindee, and Celeste heads come with one single body, alternate hands, power effects, and a Cerebro helmet.
Are you ready to relive the Age of Apocalypse in toy form?
Hasbro has given no indication whether this game character remains a one-off, as yet.
It’s a better wave overall than expected.
Since it’s debuting in England, should we spell it “grey” Hulk?
The Marvel Legends Stan Lee figure is inspired by his appearance in the first Avengers movie.
The Fantastic Four and Doctor Doom are getting their own wave of action figures, as Marvel reveals the next Deadpool toys as well.
Hasbro is leaning hard into nostalgia.
To celebrate Marvel’s anniversary, Hasbro is releasing classic variants featuring four of the publisher’s most famous heroes.
More ’90s X-Men, Doctor Doom, Cosmic Ghost Rider, and multiple Spideys are coming.
It’ll tie the playroom together, man.
We’ve got an advance look at the upcoming Marvel Comic-Con exclusives, including the Grandmaster and the Collector.
Marvel Legends delivers a generally solid Spider-Man: Far From Home wave, and there’s really only one forgettable figure.
Shuri, Hulk, and Rescue headline the newest wave of Avengers: Endgame figures; which includes at least one really bad toy.
Gambit, Blink, Jubilee, Forge, Beast, Skullbuster, and Weapon X make up the latest Marvel Legends X-Men wave, with Caliban as the Build-a-Figure.