Avengers

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The new wave of Avengers Marvel Legends action figures includes six figures with additional pieces to complete a Thanos build-a-figure. Hulk, Captain America, Fierce Fighters Spider-Woman, Fierce Fighters Hellcat, Batroc, and Iron Man Mark 43 round out the lineup.

The figures are estimated to arrive sometime this month, but the case is available for pre-order now.

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Hot Toys has unveiled the newest edition to its Age of Ultron line, and as you can tell from the above pic, the Hulk appears to be very, very angry. In fact, he is so angry that he actually comes with two heads: one that’s mid-shout (above) and one that’s gritting its teeth in pure fury. The figure is also pretty tall, standing at an imposing 17 inches.

There are two versions of the figure: the standard version and the deluxe version, with the latter featuring “two newly developed angry and screaming Hulk head sculpts with rolling eyeballs, a specially painted muscular body and a newly sculpted interchangeable Hulk smash pose upper body.”

Check out some more pics after the break (including a special teaser image)…

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If turning your iPhone into a DeLorean time machine is a bit over the top, adding one of these Avengers: Age Of Ultron charms is the next most ridiculous thing.

Actually, they’re probably a little too awesome and unwieldily to be charms. I mean, they’re 3-4 inches tall and they light up.

The other problem is that you have to purchase them in a set of five for $73.50. Pricey yes, but wait until you see the Hulkbuster version after the break…

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With Marvel’s Avengers: Age of Ultron fast approaching, it was only a matter of time before Hot Toys unveiled a 1/6th scale Ultron Prime Collectible Figure. That day has come.

The figure is movie-accurate, and it stands roughly 41 cm tall. It also features a light-up head and upper body.

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These Avengers: Age of Ultron action figures aren’t what we have come to expect from Hot Toys. Their figures are normally super realistic, but these guys are downright cute. These small-scale vinyl toys are a new line for the company.

It’s called the “Artist Mix” and features Iron Man, Captain America, Ultron Prime, several Ultron Sentries and the Hulkbuster all designed by Japanese artist Touma. They each measure 14 cm tall except for the 22 cm Hulkbuster.

Details on price and availability have not been announced thus far.

See more pictures after the break.

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Honestly, I wouldn’t want to mess with Link, but a robot Link? That bucket of bolts looks totally brutal.

See Also: These Charts Size Up All The Robots And Mecha

DeviantArt member ChasingArtwork has a big thing for redesigning superheroes and video game characters as super cool robots, and you can check out some of his latest creations below.

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Once again, Hot Toys has produced a figure that is so detailed that it might actually have a soul. Seriously, I wouldn’t be surprised if this 1/6th scale Captain America figure from The Avengers: Age Of Ultron came to life during a thunderstorm. From Hot Toys:

The movie-accurate Captain America Collectible Figure is specially crafted based on the image of Chris Evans as Captain America/Steve Rogers in Avengers: Age of Ultron, featuring a newly painted helmeted head sculpt, a newly painted Steve Rogers head sculpt, finely tailored Captain America suit, magnetic metal Captain America shield with retractable handles, and a specially designed figure stand.

See Also: More awesome figures from hot Toys

Odds are the figure will be available for pre-order at Sideshow Collectibles in the coming days but, in the meantime, check out more pics after the break…

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Hey, now! It looks like Captain… um… Iron Hulk’s gonna save… yeah… Thor… you know what? I give up. I’m not sure who’s coming to save the day. While the latest wave of “Hero Mashers” toys from Hasbro might seem a bit confusing at first, they’re actually pretty cool.

The deal here is that Avengers action figures come apart, which means that you can break them down and build entirely new heroes from all the loose bits! The above pic shows what a total mash-up creation would look like, but after the break you can check out the individual figures.

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News of a Captain Marvel movie pretty much had the nerdverse over the moon, but that didn’t stop everyone from asking for a Black Widow movie, too. Comics writer Nathan Edmondson has added to the clamor by writing a 6-page script for the film.

Emondson has been writing the Black Widow series throughout 2014, and when he caught wind of #BlackWidowMovie he decided that the best way to show his support was to write an opener for the non-existent film. The script looks absolutely amazing and you can just imagine Scarlett Johansson on the big screen delivering the lines and kicking butt. Now, to get the film green-lighted. Who do we see about that?

See his tweet and read an excerpt from the script after the break.

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Loki

It’s been a busy few weeks for Marvel. The Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer managed to leak ahead of its planned Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. debut, Robert Downey, Jr. was confirmed as having a major role in the upcoming Captain America: Civil War, and they revealed all the details on their phase three films. Now, actor Idris Elba has dropped more news in an interview in The Telegraph saying:

“I’m in [Avengers 2]… and I’m doing a scene with Chris Hemsworth and Tom Hiddleston.”

Okay, hold up a second. If he’s doing a scene with Hiddleston then that means we’re getting more Loki despite Joss Whedon and Hiddleston saying flat out that Loki wasn’t going to be in the film.  It could be just a momentary thing, most likely a post-credits scene. Either way, we’re excited.

(ComingSoon via Nerdist)