AVENGERS: INFINITY WAR And IRON MAN Marvel Legends Figures Highlight Steve Rogers And Iron Monger

Hasbro has unveiled some new Marvel Legends action figures, and they put the spotlight on Iron Man's Obidiah Stane/Iron Monger and the "Nomad" Captain America we first met in Avenegrs: Infinity War...

Hasbro has shared more "Infinity Saga" action figures, this time throwing things back to Iron Man and Avengers: Infinity War. In the case of the former, we're finally getting an Obidiah Stane/Iron Monger two-pack, and it comes bundled with plenty of awesome accessories. The Arc Reactor Obidiah stole from Tony Stark is included, as are some alternate hands for Iron Monger.

That character never really got a chance to live up to his full potential in the Marvel Cinematic Universe after a single appearance back in 2008, and many fans hope his son could appear down the line, especially as Ezekiel Stane proves to be a huge thorn in Iron Man's side after his father's death, and could easily pose a problem in shows like Armor Wars and Ironheart.

For Avengers: Infinity War, we have an updated Steve Rogers featuring the hero in his "Nomad" gear as the leader of the Secret Avengers. This is a vast improvement over the previous edition, and comes with both of the Wakandan shields the former Captain America wielded against Thanos' Outriders.

You can see some additional images of all three figures by scrolling through the Instagram galleries below. For fans, these should be an absolute must-have, as Hasbro has done a great job.

Are there any other "Infinity Saga" characters you think should get the Marvel Legends treatment? 

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