Loki and Kid Loki Figures Available Now On ShopDisney

Only a couple more weeks until Tom Hiddleston returns as Thor’s jerk of a stepbrother! If there’s one thing left from the old MCU days that will keep me interested in the franchise, it’s Loki. What his upcoming Disney+ series also means is new merchandise!

Over at ShopDisney, if you’re ready to spend $29.99, a brand new Loki figure is up for grabs. The Marvel Select line from Diamond Select is issuing its first MCU Loki figure. This one comes with a special accessory: little Loki. Yup, you get a childhood version of the God of Mischief with this pack. Kid Loki, however, is a static figure with zero articulation.

Lil Loki’s outfit is a nice callback to his comic book counterpart’s “modern” look over the past couple of decades. Will we ever see Loki in his one-piece green and yellow spandex in the upcoming Disney+ series? Let’s hope!

  • Special Collector’s Edition Action Figure
  • Set of two figures: Loki and Loki as a child
  • Marvel Select 7” action figure of Loki is costumed in his modern-day outfit
  • 16 points of articulation
  • Includes sword, knife, and scepter
  • Removable coat with interchangeable arms
  • Includes 5” non-poseable figure of Kid Loki
  • Fully comic-accurate designs
  • First comic-based Loki in the Marvel Select line
  • Sculpted by Jean St. Jean based on designs by Eamon O’Donoghue
Disney | Diamond Select
Disney | Diamond Select

Weird that there’s no alternative head that shows off Loki without his horned helmet. Maybe there’s another one in the works with Loki in Earth clothing?

It’s not clear how limited the production of this figure will be. Marvel Select figures typically get bought up quickly. If you’ve ever been to a comic convention, you’ve probably seen this line on sale at huge markups.

What storylines do are you looking forward to Loki tackling? Will we see another redemption arc, or will this demigod be better off as a playful villain? Let us know in the comments.


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