Bandai reveals official promo images of the Avengers Endgame incarnation of Hawkeye coming to the Figuarts line this October
With Avengers Endgame now delighting audiences around the world with its incredible story and truly EPIC scale collectors of all ages are looking to the import vendors for the latest action figure releases from S.H Figuarts. As was the case with Infinity War, Bandai has released several figures to coincide with the release of Endgame including Iron Man, Ant-Man, Black Widow and the mad titan himself, Thanos.
However, as fantastic as these figures are characters like Hulk, Thor, Rocket, Nebula, Captain Marvel, Okoye, War Machine and Hawkeye have failed to reach the market in time to join their counterparts. Nevertheless, thanks to an official press release from Bandai, we are delighted to bring you news of our newest Avenger to make it to the assembly line.
Capitalising on the success of Endgame’s blockbuster and record-breaking opening weekend, Bandai has released official images of the highly anticipated action figure release of Clint Barton aka Hawkeye. This is expected to be the second figure release for the character, with the first incarnation expected to focus on his “Ronin” persona from Endgame’s early stages.
Hawkeye will be joining his fellow superheroes this October and will boast changeable heads, interchangeable left and right hands and a set of bows and a quiver of arrows. The head achieves overwhelming reproduction thanks to the employment of digital face recognition and colourization and will boast the same articulation typical of the S.H Figuarts collection ensuring dynamic poseability.
The Bandai Premium Web Exclusive figure is expected to be released in late October 2019 with pre-orders expected to hit vendors in the coming weeks so keep your eyes peeled. This is one Avenger you won’t want to miss out on!
Stay tuned to The Future of the Force for updates as they emerge.
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