LEGO has revealed its latest wave of collectible “secret” bag minifigures, this time based on the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s most as of late released properties. These are the principal secret bags LEGO has released based on the Marvel universe. The minifigures in this assortment incorporate characters from the initial four Disney+ MCU series, namely WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki, and What If…?. Apart from the minifigures themselves, each bag incorporates a relevant accessory (and now and again, even a smaller animal companion) based on the character’s appearance in their individual show.
According to LEGO.com, the MCU secret bags will release on September 1 and will cost $4.99 USD per figure. There will be twelve distinct minifigures available in this wave, each with its own personalized accessory. Look beneath to track down the full rundown of available characters given by LEGO.com as well as a clear image of each minifigure:
Action darlings youthful and old can gather, display or add cool character minifigures into their current playsets from Marvel Studios Original series WandaVision, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Loki and What If… ?, featuring The Scarlet Witch, The Vision, Monica Rambeau, Winter Soldier, Captain America, Loki, Sylvie, T’Challa Star-Lord, Captain Carter, Gamora with the Blade of Thanos, Zombie Hunter Spidey and Zombie Captain America.
Up until 2021, Hasbro had the sole permit to deliver Marvel-themed action figures. Although LEGO released endless Marvel-themed LEGO sets in the past (all of which included minifigures), they were unable to sell standalone minifigures alone as that would have technically been a violation of Hasbro’s eliteness contract with Disney. It appears to be since the conditions of that contract are relaxing with LEGO’s latest wave of MCU-themed secret bag sets.
Fans have been clamoring for LEGO to release Marvel-themed secret bag sets for quite a long time. It’s invigorating to finally see them happen as expected, especially considering the fact that this first wave is motivated totally by Marvel Studios’ latest properties. With Disney’s merchandise eliteness contracts extricating, ideally LEGO can before long release similar standalone minifigures based on Star Wars characters – another IP that has yet to get a secret bag line. Meanwhile, LEGO fans will have a lot of Marvel Cinematic Universe figures to keep them and their wallets occupied.