Avengers Assemble, Iron Man 3 & Ultimate Spiderman Toys

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Idle Hands has posted some descriptions for upcoming Hasbro Marvel 2013 Toys. Information so far pertains to the Marvel lines aimed at kids. Thus far there is no information for future Marvel Universe/Legends assortments, so there may not be a reason to panic….yet. That information may be revealed at Toy Fair 2013.

Hasbro Avengers Assemble

  • 3.75 scale
  • Animated style
  • 15 figures
  • Blister packaging
  • Wave 1- January, Wave 2- February, Wave 3 March
Iron Man 3 Iron Assemblers
  • 14 connectable figures
  • Wave 1- February, Wave 2- March, Wave 3- April
Iron Man 3 Iron Assemblers Battle Vehicle
  • Compatible with almost all Iron Assemblers figures
  • 1st one out in February
  • Another vehicle scheduled for March release

Iron Man 3 10 Inch Arch Strike Figures

  • True flight simulation
  • Flight mode & battle mode
  • Head tilts back for flight mode
  • Unique lights, movie phrases and light patterns
  • Iron Man & Iron Patriot scheduled for a February 2013 release
Iron Man 3 12 Inch Hero Series

Pull these vehicles back to send it off into action and transformation into a 12 inch scale figure with 3 points of articulation and limited deco. Iron Man hits in February and Iron Patriot hits in May.

Iron Man 3 Role Play Toys

There will also be role play (of course) with an Arc FX Glow in the Dark Mask for Iron Man and Iron Patriot (march), A Mission Mask with Arc Infusion power up effects and dramatic weapons reveal..pop-out missile projectiles on each side, targeting light, SFX and light-up eyes! 4 missiles included (Feb)…and an FX Gauntlet with Arc Infused power up blasting featuring motorized disc shooting (comes with 10 disks) (Jan 2013).

Ultimate Spiderman 6 Inch Figures

  • Accessory heavy
  • Projectile launchers
  • Removable armor
Ultimate Spiderman Power Webs Figures
  • 3.75 scale
  • Power Webs feature a unique action accessory
  • Heroes & Villains
  • Launches February 2013

Ultimate Spiderman Electroweb Spiderman

10 inch Electroweb Spider-Man: features an electro-shock web gauntlet with electric sound and light effects. Speaks phrases right from the cartoon. Jan 2013

Spiderman Power Webs Spider Cycle

Launch Spider-Man into battle with the iconic Spider Cycle powered by Power Webs! The Spider Cycle includes a 3 and 3 quarter inch power webs figure with action accessory and stunt ramp for all the coolest tricks. Removable stunt ring ensures optimal landing performance.

Ultimate Spiderman Spider Pods

Ultimate Spider-Man Spider Pods: Blind Bags (1 figure and 1 pod) Jan 2013, Starter Kit includes 4 figures, 2 pods and a launcher (also Jan 2013), Battle pack comes with 6 figures, 2 pods and a launcher (March 2013), Deluxe Pack Set includes 9 figures, 3 pods and a deluxe vehicle launcher (March 2013) If you can squint as well as I can, you’ll see characters include Spider-Man, Hulk, Dr. Doom, Sandman, The Lizard, Kraven the Hunter, Goblin, Power Man, Iron Fist, Thor, Iron Spider-Man, J.Johnah Jameson, Nick Fury, Venom, Rhino, Doc Ock, The Beatle and Iron Man.

Images from Idle Hands can be seen after the jump.

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  1. kostej's Avatar kostej says

    Some highlights:

    Hasbro Marvel Avengers Assemble: Assortment of 15 new 3.75 inch Avengers animated style figures in 2013 blister packaging. Expected January 2013. Wave 2 in February, Wave 3 in March.

    Iron Man 3 Iron Assemblers Action Figure Assortment: 14 "Connectable" figures (wave 1, Feb 2013) with multiple interchangable pieces to deliver maximum customization. Wave 2 in March and Wave 3 in April (probably 3.75 inch)

    Iron Assemblers Battle Vehicle: Tony Stark's stylish ride launches your Iron Assembler figure out of the front...

    Also a 3.75 inch line coming featuring Power Webs that power a unique action accessory. Heroes and Villains included in the line. Feb 2013.

  2. Snowflakian's Avatar Snowflakian says

    As long as they finish out what they still got left to do. I'm good.

    Nova and Jubilee along with black bolt and emma frost were some of the last ones on my list.

    Though I'd expect more mold reusage first. Like She-Hulk to red she-hulk and titania, and the suit buck to osborn, stark, and some others. I don't think MU is on that list though because that list is only for new products. It didn't list some of the stuff that is staying that's already on shelves like those mystery balls, though it did show the expansion of those mystery balls with the webbing gimmick.

    It doesn't list marvel legends either.
    And we also know how well animated figures with action features worked out compared to MU with WATX when MU first started. So yeah, this doesn't mean anything yet at all.

  3. Exodus's Avatar Exodus says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Snowflakian View Post
    As long as they finish out what they still got left to do. I'm good.

    Nova and Jubilee along with black bolt and emma frost were some of the last ones on my list.

    Though I'd expect more mold reusage first. Like She-Hulk to red she-hulk and titania, and the suit buck to osborn, stark, and some others. I don't think MU is on that list though because that list is only for new products. It didn't list some of the stuff that is staying that's already on shelves like those mystery balls, though it did show the expansion of those mystery balls with the webbing gimmick.

    It doesn't list marvel legends either.
    And we also know how well animated figures with action features worked out compared to MU with WATX when MU first started. So yeah, this doesn't mean anything yet at all.
    Don't forget Charles and the rest of those new team packs but ya sad.

  4. bmorr's Avatar bmorr says

    marvel toys are de-volving back to iron man armored adventures. shudder.

  5. ChuckSass's Avatar ChuckSass says

    Kids need toys, this is probably to cater to them, they know collectors still exist, they wont alienate us

  6. Iceman's Avatar Iceman says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by ChuckSass View Post
    Kids need toys, this is probably to cater to them, they know collectors still exist, they wont alienate us
    That's the hope and kids do buy MU as well.

  7. shortysben's Avatar shortysben says

    This could just be talking about NEW lines...I mean Legends were not mentioned either...

  8. Iceman's Avatar Iceman says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by shortysben View Post
    This could just be talking about NEW lines...I mean Legends were not mentioned either...
    I assume that's what it is but maybe MU will minimized for awhile. The line would still be going but it wouldn't be the best case scenario.

  9. bmorr's Avatar bmorr says

    so its going to be like the spring all over again? No MU for six months?

  10. trebleshot's Avatar trebleshot says

    This doesn't mean anything in regards to MU or ML. This is simply new media tie-in products. It's identical to the release of any other Marvel tie-in that Hasbro has done in the last few years.

    There's a new Iron Man movie coming out next year, so a toy line for it is getting released. Same thing happened in 2010 with IM2; in 2011 with IMAA, Thor and Cap; and this year with Avengers and ASM. And you know what, MU kept on trucking the whole time.

    It's easier for me to believe that the world will end in little over a month than MU will get cancelled in 2013 because a movie line and two cartoon lines are getting released.

  11. Optimus Vader's Avatar Optimus Vader says

    Marvel fans love giving themselves reasons to shit their pants over nothing.

  12. kostej's Avatar kostej says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by trebleshot View Post
    This doesn't mean anything in regards to MU or ML. This is simply new media tie-in products. It's identical to the release of any other Marvel tie-in that Hasbro has done in the last few years.

    There's a new Iron Man movie coming out next year, so a toy line for it is getting released. Same thing happened in 2010 with IM2; in 2011 with IMAA, Thor and Cap; and this year with Avengers and ASM. And you know what, MU kept on trucking the whole time.

    It's easier for me to believe that the world will end in little over a month than MU will get cancelled in 2013 because a movie line and two cartoon lines are getting released.
    Well there is a little difference - IM2, Cap and Thor lines were perfectly compatible with MU line both in style and scale, while it seems Avengers and ASM lines seem to be something different.

    I agree that these news mean nothing to the future of MU line, however I would be much more happy if they announced ie. new Avengers Assemble 3.75 inch line that would feature MU style figures with outfits, villains and packaging inspired by new animated series.

  13. Fedup23's Avatar Fedup23 says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by kostej View Post
    Well there is a little difference - IM2, Cap and Thor lines were perfectly compatible with MU line both in style and scale, while it seems Avengers and ASM lines seem to be something different.

    I agree that these news mean nothing to the future of MU line, however I would be much more happy if they announced ie. new Avengers Assemble 3.75 inch line that would feature MU style figures with outfits, villains and packaging inspired by new animated series.
    Your first post says "grim news for MU enthusiasts" then you say here that the news " means nothing to the future of the MU line".

    Um..ok..makes sense.

  14. kostej's Avatar kostej says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Fedup23 View Post
    Your first post says "grim news for MU enthusiasts" then you say here that the news " means nothing to the future of the MU line".

    Um..ok..makes sense.
    Actually it does. At least for me as MU enthusiast, the information that new Hasbro lines will probably not be compatible with MU figures means less options for customs, less options for complementing my MU collection with other lines so for me it is grim news indeed.

  15. kostej's Avatar kostej says

    Just one example - I have Mandarin (IM2 line), Carnage (SM line), Crossbones (Cap line) and others displayed among other MU figures. I think many of us do it as well. Would I get those figures if they were animated style? Nope.

  16. Jmacq1 has no avatar! Jmacq1 says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by bmorr View Post
    so its going to be like the spring all over again? No MU for six months?
    That's pretty much the MO with Hasbro now. If it's an "ongoing" (non media tie-in) line, it basically disappears for the first 3/4s of the year, and then floods the market in the last quarter in time for Christmas.

    Just like the last few years, it'll be almost entirely tie-in lines for most of the year, and everything else will be practically impossible to find if it's "new".

  17. Snowflakian's Avatar Snowflakian says

    That's why they need to merge the tie-in lines together. Then let MU standalone as an all comic marvel line for that same scale.

    Though I will admit I do reallllllllly want a Luke Cage in comic detailing and age but ultimate spider-man costume. Maybe the comic young power man or something should get an MU figure(the one trained by luke cage and iron fist). Isn't that his costume anyway? Same to young avengers hawkeye and movie hawkeye/616 hawkeye. White tiger is the same both ways. Nova they could pull the MvC3 way for the ultimate spider-man costume as a variant. Honestly they should probably do a hulk box set too at some point. With She-hulks and co. Like Skaar, WWHulk/red hulk, red she-hulk, a-bomb, and savage or sensational she-hulk all using the MU molds.

    On the flipside though. If the new avengers lines have all the repeats we don't want while MU carries on in that manner. I'll love it. Lines of pure caps, ironman, spider-man, and you name it. With their costars occasionally in MU to carry waves of that as store demanded. Letting the populars swamp the toon lines and out of MU. This also allows some better villian coverage in MU too. Plus occasionally an animated villian design is pretty badass.

  18. Optimus Vader's Avatar Optimus Vader says

    What's funny about them pimping their movie tie-in lines is that TRU's by me are still pulling out old unopened cases of IM2 and Thor. Pegs upon pegs of basically four different figures that couldn't sell when they were new. They did this last year as they geared up for the holiday shopping season.

    Get excited, kids! There might be a nice Mark V or a yellow-shirted Thor with shoulder rocket launchers under your tree this year!

  19. Snowflakian's Avatar Snowflakian says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Optimus Vader View Post
    What's funny about them pimping their movie tie-in lines is that TRU's by me are still pulling out old unopened cases of IM2 and Thor. Pegs upon pegs of basically four different figures that couldn't sell when they were new. They did this last year as they geared up for the holiday shopping season.

    Get excited, kids! There might be a nice Mark V or a yellow-shirted Thor with shoulder rocket launchers under your tree this year!
    Most kids should know by now they are probably getting fury for X-Mas.

  20. Ash Talon has no avatar! Ash Talon says

    I'm intrigued by the Iron Assemblers. I wonder what size they are? I love the idea of modular toys. Hopefully, they're 4" tall and can swap armor pieces.

  21. Shin Densetsu's Avatar Shin Densetsu says

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Ash Talon View Post
    I'm intrigued by the Iron Assemblers. I wonder what size they are? I love the idea of modular toys. Hopefully, they're 4" tall and can swap armor pieces.
    I worry these are underarticulated.

    Most of the list looks like a press release for "TOYS FOR ROSS WINTER 2013!"

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