New Hasbro Marvel Legends Line Celebrates the MCU on Disney+

Being a fan of the MCU used to mean watching just one or two movies a year. Now there are weeks when Marvel debuts both a film and a new episode of TV. Disney+ has helped turned the franchise into a 365-day endeavor. So it’s only fitting the streaming site is getting its own line of Marvel Legends Figures from Hasbro. The set will let you bounce around time, fight zombie Avengers, imagine what might have been in a different world, and construct your very own idol of an ancient Egyptian god.

Hasbro's Marvel Legends What If...? Zombie Iron Man and Zombie Scarlet Witch figures in their case

Hasbro’s newest additions to its Marvel Legends lineup includes collectibles for Disney+ MCU shows What If…?, WandaVision, Loki, and Moon Knight. The set has both a Zombie Iron Man and a Zombie Wanda Maximoff from the animated series. They’re also joined by What If…?‘s versions of Howard the Duck (with Scott Lang’s floating head!) and Red Skull.

Hasbro's Marvel Legends Figures for What Ifs...? Howard the Duck with Scott Lang floating head and Red Skull

You’ll also be able to have the law on your side with a figure of WandaVision FBI Agent (and close magic enthusiast) Jimmy Woo. And you can finish out the primary set by creating your very own branch of Loki‘s Sacred Timeline. The collection includes both a Classic Loki figure as well as one for the Citadel’s (former) ruler, He Who Remains. And yes, he has an apple.

Hasbro's Marvel Legends Disney+ line for Agent Woo, Classic Loki, and He Who Remains

Each piece comes with their own personal accessories to add authenticity. And with the exception of Zombie Iron Man, every figure includes at least one part for the set’s Build-A-Figure. When combined they’ll bring Moon Knight’s Khonshu to life. (Hopefully that won’t mean become his killer avatar.)

Hasbro's Marvel Legends Disney+ Build-A-Figure Khonshu from Moon Knight

You will have to wait a little bit to get your hands on these new figures, though. They won’t be available (for $24.99 each) until spring of 2023. Fortunately the MCU will give you plenty of ways to pass the time until then. And well past then, too.

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