The Marvel Cinematic Universe is expanding in a big way on November 5 when the highly anticipated Eternals hits theatres. Though we don’t know much about this group of immortal extraterrestrial beings, we are excited to see what they have in store.Funko has just released a new line of Pop! figurines featuring all the film’s main characters. Even though we don’t know them or their powers that well, these toys can help us get to know them. Based on the trailers that have been released, we know that the group known as the Eternals have seven days to fight back the Deviants.
Empath Sersi (played by Gemma Chan) and the powerful Ikaris (Richard Madden) are in a love triangle with human Dane Whitman (Kit Harrington). Many characters use cosmic energy with their powers, like Ikaris, who uses it to shoot laser beams out his eyes. Kingo (Why ) makes objects with his hands out of the energy, while warrior Thena (Angelina Jolie) uses it to create weapons. Phastos (Brian Tyree Henry) also makes weapons and is an inventor.Speaking of Spidey, Hasbro also announced that the Spider-Man: No Way Home Marvel Legends figures that Marvel previewed earlier this summer will also drop for preorder today at 1 p.m. ET. The four movie-inspired figures (two Spider-Man styles, Doctor Strange, and J. Jonah Jameson) are part of a larger Spider-Man wave that also includes a Marvel GamerVerse Miles Morales and comics-inspired Morlun and Shriek figures. All six figures in the wave come with a build-a-figure piece to construct Marvel’s Armadillo.
Those weren’t the only MCU reveals, though! Hasbro also gave fans a first look at its collection of Eternals Marvel Legends figures. There are 10 figures in total: Kingo, Makkari, Gilgamesh, Thena, Ikaris, Ajak, Sersi, Sprite, Phastos, and Druig. Even though Eternals hits theaters before No Way Home, these figures won’t be available to preorder until later this year.The Disney+ series What If…? has started introducing Marvel Cinematic Universe viewers to the alternate versions of characters from around the Multiverse, carrying on a decades-old tradition in comics. And even in the world of the fantastic, some stories take things far past the point of being remotely believable. In the case of Aunt May, that line gets crossed somewhere between becoming a Herald of Galactus and sating the Devourer of World’s hunger with the power of celestial snack cakes.