Eaglemoss To Release Scale Replicas of Iconic MCU Props

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In the mid-2000s, Master Replicas produced many mini helmets from Star Wars. They were cool, cost and space-effective ways of displaying all the iconic gear from that franchise. Laying down $300-$500 on a 1:1 replica of a stormtrooper helmet just wasn’t in the cards for some of us.

Then along came the Black Series and Marvel Legends lines. They offered up full-size replicas at a less-than-premium price. Yet, they still took up a lot of real estate in our homes. How will this issue ever be solved?

More minis!

Eaglemoss, a company specializing in miniatures, has started the Marvel Movie Museum Collection. Now you can own replicas from the Marvel Cinematic Universe at a reasonable price!

These scaled-down replicas of heroic artifacts from the MCU include:

  • Iron Man’s Mark VII Helmet
  • Thor’s Mjolnir (Hammer)
  • Captain America’s Shield
  • Black Panther’s Mask
  • The Infinity Gauntlet with Infinity Stones
Eaglemoss | Disney
Eaglemoss | Disney
Eaglemoss | Disney
Eaglemoss | Disney
Eaglemoss | Disney

With the Marvel Museum you can collect the iconic artifacts of the Marvel Cinematic Universe – weapons, masks, gadgets and more – recreated as highly accurate, hand-painted resin models! Standing roughly 6-8″ tall on a plinth stamped with their movie of origin, these replicas would satisfy The Collector himself.

Each replica is roughly 6″ to 8″ in height. All are priced at $39.99 and come with display stands. Since each of these is made out of resin, don’t expect these things to withstand a drop from a shelf. Invest in a nice display case or don’t have cats at home.

If you’ve not dealt with Eaglemoss before, they’re a company specializing in miniatures and subscription-based car models. Their licenses include Dr. Who, Star Trek, Marvel, Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, and others. I’m currently on issue 80 of their “Build The Delorean” subscription.

What props from the MCU would you like to see in this line? Howard the Duck’s hat? Bucky’s severed arm? A miniature of a miniature Ant-Man? Let us know in the comments.



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