Another day, another Marvel Legends bauble to lighten my wallet. $124.99 is about to exit from my bank account because Hasbro is releasing another great replica from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Helmets, shields, hammers, and now the final Infinity Gauntlet.
The Nano Gauntlet that saved the universe from Thanos’s second snap is now available for preorder at Entertainment Earth.
Having owned quite a few replicas from Hasbro, I can say they’re worth the price. Sure, they’re not as super screen accurate as pieces made by Factory Entertainment or independent artists. For the price, you get a great display piece. They’re even serviceable for cosplay.
Now that we’re a few years into Hasbro’s Legends line of replicas, you could pretty much have an entire armory of heroic weaponry if you can find the older releases. That’s why you gotta get these things at launch.
The features of the Nano Gauntlet includes:
- Articulated Fingers
- Removeable Infinity Stones
- Lights and Authentic Movie Sounds
- Snappable Fingers
- Death of an entire race of creatures not included.
- Dust sold separately
It’s a little hard to tell from the photos, but this gauntlet looks like it’ll consume three AA batteries. I guess that’s better than handing over your life for one of the greatest moments in the MCU.
Bring home an iconic piece of Avengers movie lore. Featuring 5 highly articulated electronic fingers, 6 Infinity Stone accessories with pulsating light effects, movie-inspired sound FX including the climactic snap! and a sleek open hand display mode, this premium Iron Man Nano Gauntlet roleplay item makes a great gift for fans of Marvel’s Infinity Saga.
Head on over to Entertainment Earth to pre-order yours. The Nano Gauntlet will be released in October 2021.
Which do you prefer? The Infinity Gauntlet, Hulk’s Gauntlet, or Iron Man’s Nano Gauntlet? It’s nice that the material is flexible enough to allow you to snap. Will it hold up over time, though? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.
[Source: Entertainment Earth]
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