AVENGERS: ENDGAME - Hasbro Reveals Its Awesome Marvel Legends "Worthy" Captain America Action Figure

AVENGERS: ENDGAME - Hasbro Reveals Its Awesome Marvel Legends "Worthy" Captain America Action Figure

AVENGERS: ENDGAME - Hasbro Reveals Its Awesome Marvel Legends "Worthy" Captain America Action Figure

Hasbro has unveiled a new Marvel Legends action figure for Avengers: Endgame depicting the "Worthy" Captain America wielding Mjolnir. For collectors, this promises to be a must-have, so check it out here!

Avengers: Endgame features moments we'll be talking about for years to come but the standout scene has to be Captain America wielding Mjolnir. Using Thor's hammer to take the fight to Thanos, Steve Rogers puts an exclamation mark on the final battle when he declares "Avengers Assemble!" and summons the powerful Asgardian weapon to his hand. 

Now, Hasbro has unveiled a Walmart exclusive "Worthy" Captain America action figure which will be available as part of its Marvel Legends collection later this year.

Some of their earlier figures weren't 100% screen accurate, so it's definitely cool to see this one (even if the shield is in one piece). War Machine, Rescue, and Smart Hulk figures are also on the way and there are still a lot of other Avengers: Endgame characters who are deserving of the spotlight. 

For now, check out this gallery of images by clicking on the "View List" button down below. 

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Hasbro's Marvel Legends action figures do a great job of providing fans with an affordable way of collecting their favourite heroes as they appear in the Marvel Cinematic Universe and this one is no exception. With Hot Toys setting you back hundreds of dollars, the fact toys like this can be found for $20 each is a bargain and definitely keep reading below for even more great images of this one. 
 
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Captain America first lifted Mjolnir in Avengers: Age of Ultron but stopped short in order to protect Thor's feelings (according to the Avengers: Endgame's director and Kevin Feige). The Vision, however, had no such concern and proved himself a valuable member of the team when he picked it up and handed it to the God of Thunder. Was he worthy too? That's something fans still can't decide. 
 
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The hammer has now been returned to the past and it's thought that Chris Evans' time as Captain America is at an end. That more than likely means we can forget about seeing him return as a young or old version of Steve Rogers. However, it's believed that he will lend his voice to the animated What If? series Kevin Feige is planning to bring to Disney+ at some point in the not too distant future. 
 
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Captain America may have had a relatively small role in Avengers: Infinity War, but the Russo Brothers more than made up for that with Avengers: Endgame by giving Steve Rogers a meaty part to play from start to finish. However, it was what the Star Spangled Avenger did during the final battle that fans will be talking about for years to come and this figure pays homage to that perfectly. 

Which Avengers: Endgame toys spoiled the movie and
which were nonsense? Continue reading to find out!
 

Inaccurate: Thanos' Infinity Gauntlet

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If you're a collector who enjoys buying movie-accurate merchandise, then I hope you kept the receipt for a lot of the Avengers: Endgame toys that started arriving on shelves in March/April.

Every single Thanos action figure and statue has depicted the Mad Titan wearing his Infinity Gauntlet from the first movie and that simply never happens. As a result, a lot of very pricey toys are completely wrong and don't represent what we ended up seeing on the big screen. 
 

Inaccurate: All Four LEGO Sets

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LEGO released four sets for Avengers: Endgame but Marvel Studios clearly didn't trust the company not to drop spoilers for the movie in advance. Literally none of them are accurate as Captain America never rides a giant motorbike (duh!), there is no Ultimate Quinjet, and War Machine sadly never gets to don the "War Machine Buster" armour. 

The closest one to what we saw in the movie was, of course, Thanos' attack on the Avengers Compound but even that was mostly inaccurate and clearly designed to just be a playset. Iron Man's Hall of Armour also didn't factor into Avengers: Endgame at all. 
 

Accurate: Valkyrie Returns

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There was always a good chance that Tessa Thompson would return as Valkyrie but it wasn't confirmed until a TV spot which surfaced days before the movie hit theaters. 

However, had you visited any toy store before then, you would have seen an action figure for the movie featuring the character which made it clear that she would be part of the superhero ensemble. As spoilers go, this wasn't massive but it spilled the beans on a pretty major cameo early. 
 

Accurate: The Stark Gauntlet

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This was a big one. 

Just a week or so before Avengers: Endgame was released, one eagle-eyed fan spotted a very different Infinity Gauntlet being sold in a local store. The key difference here was that it looked nothing like the one used by Thanos; instead, it had clearly been created by Iron Man. 

This confirmed a long-standing rumour about the creation of a "Stark Gauntlet" and ruined a pretty major surprise in the movie. 
 

Accurate: Pepper Potts Suits Up As Rescue

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Quite some time ago, a number of prototypes popped up online of various Avengers: Endgame action figures, one of which showed a women wearing purple Iron Man armour. It didn't take fans at all long to figure out that it was Rescue and in fairness to Marvel, toys featuring her likeness didn't wind up arriving in stores until after the movie arrived in theaters (they didn't stop that leak, though).

Accurate: Smart Hulk

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There had been rumblings about us getting to see a more intelligent version of The Hulk in Avengers: Endgame but action figures confirmed that when the Jade Giant was depicted in various suits. 

Common sense said that the hero wouldn't be wearing a superhero costume if he was still an unintelligent beast. Of course, the simple fact that there were Hulk action figures at all could be considered a spoiler because at the end of Avengers: Infinity War, Bruce Banner was still unable to transform.
 

Inaccurate: Everything Thor Related

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So, yeah, if you bought anything Thor related before seeing Avengers: Endgame, I'm guessing you're now feeling pretty disappointed, right? Every single action figure and Funko Pop released in advance of its premiere showed the God of Thunder rocking his Avengers: Infinity War appearance while decked out in one of those Team Suits. 

You can't fault Marvel for keeping the God of Thunder's transformation under wraps but none of the figures released were even remotely close to the finished product. 
 

Accurate: Black Widow's New Look

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Leading up to the release of Avengers: Endgame, there was a lot of speculation about a possible time-jump and promo art depicting Black Widow's new hairstyle only helped further that. 

Well, that ponytail obviously did factor into the movie and was a result of the unexpected five-year leap into the future. A minor spoiler but one which was obviously spot on in the end.
 

Accurate: Thanos Build-A-Bear

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Well, this one was mostly accurate. A Thanos Build-A-Bear that was released in stores shortly before Avengers: Endgame arrived with phrases like, "I had all the power in my grasp," "How are you doing this?" and, "You do not have the power to wield the Infinity Stones." None of those were in the movie itself but they ended up being spot on in a way. 

After all, Earth's Mightiest Heroes did indeed wield the power of the Infinity Stones against Thanos and it's easy to imagine these being lines that were cut when the final battle was being pieced together. 
 

Inaccurate: The Team Suits

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We've seen a lot of the Team Suits in recent months in both promo art and for the most part, they've been accurate from a visual standpoint (including those time-travel devices on their hands). However, Hasbro dropped the ball in a big way as they went with a silver and black colour scheme which was a far cry from the red, white, and black we saw in the movie. 

Unfortunately, that's probably because they were basing their designs on early concept art which is evident from the fact the Captain America action figure has the wrong helmet on! 
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