Disney+ heads into the holidays with another Phase 4 MCU TV series. Set in New York City after The Blip, Clint Barton aka Hawkeye is on a mission to reach his family for the holidays. But when a threat from his past reappears, he teams up with Kate Bishop, a young archer who becomes his protégé. Premieres 11.24.2021.
It’s never too early to start your holiday shopping list. To get into the spirit, we suggest LEGO’s Marvel Avengers Advent Calendar. The set has 298 pieces spread out into 24 daily compartments and includes treats like Iron Man in an ugly sweater, Spider-Man sipping hot cocoa, and Black Widow roasting marshmallows.
Artist Steven Richter is a sculpting master. Watch as he turns a Deadpool-shaped clay blank into a realistic life-size bust of Hulk as he appeared in The Avengers. We loved watching his facial features evolve as he went from an emotionless grey blob to an angry superhero ready to smash stuff.
As we’ve seen before, DP Truong has exceptional portrait drawing skills. In this video, the artist wanted to see how long they could draw and how many Marvel characters he could crank out with a single pencil before it wore down to an unusable nub of wood and graphite.
This official LEGO kit (#76191) is a 590-piece model of the devastating Infinity Gauntlet from The Avengers saga. The 12.5″ tall gauntlet features lots of shiny gold bricks, colorful translucent Infinity Stones, and even has articulated fingers. Coming soon to LEGO.com and Walmart.com.
Let’s face it. The Avengers are a motley crew of superheroes. Now imagine that the team’s goal wasn’t to save the universe but to gather up and horde all the trash. Artist Hillary White’s t-shirt design envisions Marvel’s heroes as a raccoon, a skunk, and a possum, all ready to fight each other over the contents of dumpsters.
Theory11 is back with another great Disney collab, this time taking on Marvel’s Avengers. The deck has court cards based on The Avengers themselves, while the card backs are adorned with their symbols, along with powerful objects like the Infinity Gauntlet and the Tesseract. Of course, Thanos is the Joker.
Since we finished WandaVision, we’ve been going back and watching all the movies of the MCU in the proper sequence. We just watched The Avengers, so its theme song is fresh in our heads. Perhaps then, it’s no coincidence that we stumbled onto MayTree’s melodious A Cappella version of Alan Silvestri’s theme from the movie.
Artist Steven Richter made himself a miniature sculpture of Thanos from Avengers: Endgame, then proceeded to do away with him with the snap of his finger. Actually, he gradually carved away at him until nothing was left, and created the illusion of turning to dust with time-lapse.
This impressive model of Tony Stark’s office tower from The Avengers series was built by FoBIRD using skinny wooden sticks and glue as its primary building materials. Watch as he painstakingly builds up the facades section-by-section, using architectural elevations he initially drafted onto paper.
Despite the way that things turned out in Avengers: Endgame, Black Widow is still getting her own movie. Taking place between Captain America: Civil War and Avengers: Infinity War, the film introduces us to Natasha’s family, along with Russia’s equivalent to Captain America, Red Guardian, portrayed by David Harbour.
A group of talented kids from Walden Grove High School’s PAC Dance Team take on the world of The Avengers with a highly-energetic and highly-entertaining routine that recaps highlights from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as our costumed superheroes perform choreographed battle with Thanos and his Black Order.
While you can readily purchase a plastic cosplay replica of the Infinity Gauntlet, the real deal would certainly have been made out of metal. Prop and armor maker David Guyton decided to see if he could recreate Thanos’ killer glove out of 18-gauge brass, and the resulting piece is a true work of art.
Sure, you can go out and buy an off-the-shelf replica of Iron Man’s infinity gauntlet from Avengers: Endgame, but there’s something so satisfying about building your own. Seanscrafts shows us his DIY gauntlet he made using cardboard, a glove, hot glue, and paints.
Prop maker David Guyton made a replica of Iron Man’s Nano Gauntlet from Avengers: Endgame. Rather than cheap materials, he built it out of steel, brass, and glass. But he will upload a template on his website so you can make it out of different materials if you want.
Save the universe with Hasbro Legends Series‘ wearable replica of the power gauntlet that Tony Stark built in Avengers: Endgame. The 19.5″ long gauntlet has articulated fingers that can be locked into a fist for display, and six infinity stones with pulsating lighting effects.
Good Smile Company’s Nendoroid action figure of Doctor Strange from Avengers: Infinity War. It comes with a lot of parts and accessories for a ton of posing options. You get three faces, multiple hands including the many arm effect, magic circles and more.
Artist Steven Richter takes on RDJ’s battle-scarred looks as he heads from the end of Avengers: Infinity War into Endgame. The sculpt features a great likeness of Tony Stark, as he peers out from his broken armor, made with the help of a 3D-printed casting.