rachelica9:

Guys…they’re plushies now

"As for how you can actually purchase these plushes, Marvel is only making them available as "purchase with purchase" items. Anyone who purchases the movie (physically or digitally) will have the option to purchase one plush or the full set. A single plush will cost $34.99 (plus $7.35 shipping) or all three for $99.99 (plus $8.65 shipping)."

Rocket Raccoon Fabrikation by Funko

Guardians of the Galaxy: Rocket & Groot Collectible Set by Hot Toys

Exclusive SDCC 2014 Thor Goods by Monogram International 

Exclusive Guardians of the Galaxy Goods from the Marvel Booth at SDCC 2014

Exclusive Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Goods from the Marvel Booth at SDCC 2014

Asker Anonymous Asks:
Is there any way you can get the Marvel hoodies if you can't go to Comic Con? Will they be selling them in their merch store later?
fuckyeahmarvelstuff fuckyeahmarvelstuff Said:

To be completely honest, I don’t know. 

I know the Winter Soldier hoodie was available online from the ReedPOP Supply Co. during C2E2, but it doesn’t look like they’re involved with SDCC. And the Marvel Shop eventually added most of SDCC exclusive shirts to their site. I’d be surprised if they aren’t eventually made available for online purchase. My best guess is that the earliest they would be made available would be October (in time for Halloween).

Exclusive Avengers: Age of Ultron Goods from the Marvel Booth at SDCC 2014

Exclusive Marvel Comics Goods from the Marvel Booth at SDCC 2014

Exclusive Marvel Hoodies from the Marvel Booth at SDCC 2014

 Agent Carter SSR Ladies T-Shirt from the Marvel Booth at SDCC 2014

Thor: The Dark World POP Bobble-heads by Funko 

Captain America: The Winter Soldier Belt from Amazon.com

80s Style Guardians of the Galaxy Tops from CafePress

5. Nerf Black Widow’s Widow Bites by Hasbro

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If Hasbro is so desperate to make Avengers toys that they are putting little Nerf missiles in Captain America’s shield:

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Then they have absolutely have no excuse not to make Widow Bites that shoot little Nerf missiles.

4. Ms. Marvel’s Scarf

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This is so obvious that I’m not even going to give you gets a big wall of text explaining why Marvel needs to make this. All I will say is that I just politely demand it comes in a lightweight & sheer summer version and a warmer, knit winter version.

3. Black Widow and Captain Marvel Jewelry

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(Photos © FanFlail & FaeStarDesigns)

It is no secret that Marvel has clearly dropped the ball when it comes to merchandising their two top ladies. We’ve all suffered from the debacle Hasbro’s created by deliberately short-packing Black Widow action figures for not one, but two movies. And if it wasn’t for all of kellysue's hard work, there would be next to nothing for Carol out there. So it was really hard for me not to fill this entire list with products for both characters.  But I think #3 is a no-brainer. Both Natasha and Carol have symbols – the Black Widow’s red hourglass and the Kree Star – that make for awesome charms and earrings. Marvel's previously had a women’s jewelry line but it featured male superheroes only - it’s about time we get a jewelry line for some superheroines

2. CA:TWS Falcon POP by Funko

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I think I speak for most people when I say my first thought at seeing the line-up for the CA:TWS POPs was ‘OMG they actually made Natasha!!’ which was then quickly followed up by ‘wtf? Where’s Sam?’ That WTF only grew when we got the product shots for the GotG POPs, which showed that: 1. Funko could make more than four figures per product line and 2. Having a variant figure did not mean you had to throw out one of the other main characters to fit it in (i.e. having a masked and unmasked Starlord did not mean Funko could no longer include Drax or Gamora in the set.)

There was really no reason to make a Winter Soldier POP with goggles and one without. But fine, that was clearly what Funko wanted to do. But there is literally no excuse as to why they let that prevent them from also making a Falcon figure. 

So TL;DR Funko needs to make a CA:TWS Falcon POP and it needs to make it now.

1. Bucky Bear

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The single best thing that came out of Avengers vs. X-Men was Bucky Bear. Bucky Bear’s popularity is so great that it’s spawned a cottage industry of handmade plush toys, pillows, buttons, charms, and all the print-to-order goods you can think of. 

Bucky Bear’s popularity has only grown since the release of CA:TWS and if these pictures don’t convince you that we need an official Bucky Bear plush toy, I don’t know what will: 

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(Photos © groovetasticalgdijefferson)