“I can assure you, the Stone will be absolutely safe, here in my collection.”

License Global

February 6, 2021

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Hero Collector, designers of pop-culture collectibles, will unveil its newest collection – a series of replica artifacts belonging to the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s superheroes.

These hand-painted polyresin collectibles include MCU’s most iconic weapons, masks and gadgets in exacting detail. Each miniature prop stands between six-to-eight inches tall atop a stand emblazoned with its movie of origin and comes in a windowed box for retail or storage.

The first wave in the Marvel Museum Collection features:

•Iron Man Mark VII Helmet;

•The Infinity Gauntlet, complete with all six Infinity Stones;

•Captain America’s Shield;

•Mjølnir, the enchanted hammer of Thor; and

•Black Panther’s mask, the sacred visage of Wakanda’s protector.

This new line is part of Hero Collector’s push into retail, with new products, packaging and concepts designed to reach a larger mainstream audience. The Marvel Museum Collection will launch first at Walmart stores this May before moving into specialty retailers and the Eaglemoss online store.

More MCU figurines and Hero Collector Museum lines will be revealed in the future.

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