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Diamond Select Toys has teamed up with the Disney Store to offer two new Marvel Select action figures, both of which are available today!
The first figure is of a classic comic villain, the Mad Titan, Thanos. Inspired by his modern comic book appearance, as seen in 2013’s INFINITY limited series, this figure measures approximately 7.75 inches tall with 16 points of articulation and includes an interchangeable unhelmeted head.
Check out a gallery of images of the Thanos figure!
The second figure comes from the world of Marvel Studios’ “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” Depicting Peter Parker in his unmasked appearance, this figure features the likeness of actor Tom Holland as well as three additional sets of interchangeable hands. It measures approximately 6.75 inches tall and has 16 points of articulation.
Here’s a look at the Spidey figure!
Both figures are available for purchase as of Monday, April 23, in-store and online at shopdisney.com and shop.marvel.com. Each figure comes packaged in display-ready Select packaging, with side-panel artwork for shelf reference. The Marvel Select line recently celebrated its 15th anniversary and just released its 150th figure in the line.
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MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes had its grand opening this past weekend at MoPOP, the Museum of Pop Culture located in Seattle, Washington.
(L-R) G. Willow Wilson (MS. MARVEL), James Marsters (“Marvel’s Runaways”) and Pete Rock help cut the ribbon at the opening of MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes.
The largest exhibition ever staged at MoPOP, MARVEL: Universe of Super Heroes features more than 300 original artifacts including iconic artwork, costumes, and props from feature films and TV series based on Marvel characters.
Check out the gallery below to get a sampling of some of the amazing pieces of Marvel history you can see in person at the exhibit.
Themed sections dive into the narratives of Marvel’s most beloved characters—like Spider-Man, Black Panther, and Doctor Strange—and showcase their connection to and impact on real-world issues like gender, race, and mental illness.
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