Forget Iron Man and Captain America. Thanos is the true power in the universe. Soon, you can be like the Mad Titan himself, thanks to this Infinity Gauntlet modeled after the omnipotent bejeweled glove that will cause Marvel superheroes all sorts of pain in the upcoming Avengers: Infinity War. Yahoo Entertainment has the exclusive first look at Hasbro’s electronic reproduction, featuring light and sound effects based on the film — one of the toy maker’s many new Infinity War offerings, which will be available on Friday.
The $19.99 Infinity Gauntlet Electronic Fist not only includes all six Infinity Stones (Power, Space, Reality, Time, Mind, and Soul), saving you from having to hunt for them across the galaxy, but also batteries, saving you a trip to the store.
You can almost feel the Avengers crumbling at your feet.
If you prefer even more heroic role-playing, there’s Thor’s new Stormbreaker Electronic Axe. The new weapon, based on the one forged by the god of thunder in Infinity War to replace the dearly departed Mjolnir (including a handle apparently made of pure Groot), features thunder and storm sound effects and will cost $19.99.
In addition to these role-playing toys and the 12-inch Titan Hero figures we previewed yesterday, Hasbro will be releasing additional deluxe versions of the large-scale heroes that will have sound effects and movie-inspired phrases when paired with the Power FX pack available separately. The figures will retail for $14.99 each and will include Hulk, Thanos, and Hulkbuster.
The final figure in Hasbro’s lineup is the 14-inch Mission Tech Iron Man, featuring Tony Stark’s new armor, complete with wings and arm cannons. The $34.99 action figure has Infinity War-based light effects and nearly two dozen sounds and phrases.
Disney, Marvel, and their partners, such as Hasbro, have teamed up with the film’s stars for Marvel: The Universe Unites, an initiative to benefit children’s charities. The stars will be participating in a social media challenge under the hashtag #HeroActs, bringing toys to children in hospitals. Hasbro has promised to donate $1 million in cash and toys to Give Kids the World, a Florida-based group that grants wishes to gravely ill kids and their families.
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