The LEGO Marvel Infinity Saga line has been available for a while in most countries, but has just been recently released in North America. For Marvel fans, these sets provided an opportunity to get accurate minifigures based on past MCU movies – especially from Avengers: Endgame, which had a notoriously inaccurate first wave of sets.
So, if you’d like to get your hand on these brand new, excellent Marvel minifigures, read on to find out about every new LEGO Marvel Infinity Saga figure, and what sets they appear in!
Captain America gets two figures in this Infinity Saga wave, the first of which is a relatively uninteresting Age of Ultron variant. This figure has a new torso that is almost identical to the 2015 version, but now comes with the head and molded helmet piece that is standard across all modern Cap figures. This figure appears in 76189 Captain America and Hydra Face-off, the cheapest set in the wave.
The other Captain America figure is more interesting, as this is the first time we’re getting Cap’s Endgame scale suit in LEGO form. While this figure shares its helmet, head, and unprinted legs with the Age of Ultron version, it has a new torso print that is pretty detailed. This version appears exclusively in 76192 Avengers Endgame Final Battle – a pretty great set if you ask me – and comes with his shield, Mjolnir, and an extra hairpiece.
Another minifigure in 76192 (and also in set 76237) is Iron Man, sporting his Endgame-era MK85 armour. This figure isn’t new – it appeared in the first wave of Avengers: Endgame sets – but now he comes with some fancy translucent blue blast pieces and an awesome stickered shield. He even comes with a hairpiece and the Nano Gauntlet!
The other Iron Man figure, which appears in 76190 Iron Monger Mayhem, takes us back to 2008 with the Iron Man MK3 suit. This is the first time this suit has appeared in LEGO form, and it looks great! As a bonus, LEGO included a full complement of Power Burst pieces for extra Iron Man blasting effects.
Also appearing in 76190 is Pepper Potts, and this is the fourth time getting this character in LEGO form. She reuses the same head print from her previous two figures, but now wears a black suit and has a short ponytail hairpiece.
Next is the mighty Thor, and this version of the God of Thunder appears in two sets – 76192 and 76193. His hairpiece is a dark tan version of the piece first introduced for Aquaman, and he comes with new double-sided head and torso printing. This figure comes with a flowing red cape and his axe, Stormbreaker.
Might be discounted on Amazon or Amazon AustraliaAnother version of Thor comes exclusively in 76200 Bro Thor’s New Asgard, which Jay reviewed recently. This figure has the same head and hairpiece, but comes with an awesome printed torso and legs which perfectly replicate the Bro Thor look from Avengers: Endgame!
Korg & Miek
Also exclusive to 76200 are Korg and Miek. This hilarious duo first appeared in 2017’s Thor Ragnarok, but this is the first time getting them in LEGO form. Korg is a regular LEGO minifigure with an awesome Hawaiian shirt print and dual-moulded arms, while Miek is a minifigure head stacked on top of two flower pieces.
Wanda Maximoff gets a minifigure update in 76192 Avengers Endgame Final Battle, with a longer brown hairpiece, a new double-sided head print (later reused in the Marvel CMF series), new torso print, and a ton of awesome pink Power Burst pieces! This figure is based on her Endgame outfit, and I think it looks great – I just wish she came with a fabric skirt piece like the 2016 version (from 76051 Superhero Airport Battle) did.
The King of Wakanda appears in two sets – 76192 Avengers Endgame Final Battle and the more affordable 76186 Black Panther Dragon Flyer. This figure has an accurate black and purple color scheme to represent his suit being charged up with kinetic energy, but disappointingly, LEGO has neglected printing on his legs or his ‘ears’ piece.
T’Challa’s younger sister Shuri also appears in 76186 Black Panther Dragon Flyer, and, like her brother, she has no leg printing. She does, however, get a great hairpiece, new head and torso prints, and a pair of vibranium gauntlets.
Ant-Man gets an update in 76192 Avengers Endgame Final Battle, with an updated printed design on a 1×1 microfigure piece. Unfortunately, the regular minifigure version of this suit doesn’t appear in the Infinity Saga wave.
Captain Marvel gets an updated figure that’s accurate to her Endgame look, with a new short blonde hairpiece and red torso print. Her head is, however, reused from the 2020 version. This figure is exclusive to 76237 Sanctuary II: Endgame Battle, and comes with a set of orange Power Burst pieces.
Moving on to the Guardians, we get a new version of Star-Lord exclusively in 76193 The Guardians Ship. This figure gets the Superman hairpiece in a nougat color, plus the new Chris Pratt head print and a new torso design. It’s also the first (but not the only) Star-Lord figure to get dual-molded boots.
Mantis also gets an update for 2021, although it’s a relatively minor one – her torso print is new, while her hair, head, and legs are reused from 2017. This figure comes in 76193 The Guardians Ship.
Rocket is also updated in 76193, and this is the first minifigure Rocket to be based on a brown color scheme (the old ones had a grey skin tone). He gets some printed goggles on his head, along with a grey outfit and a printed red scarf.
Groot also gets an update in 76193, and, like Rocket, he also gets a new base color. Unlike the old Groot figures, which had a reddish brown color scheme, this one utilizes dark tan instead, and I think it’s more accurate. He gets great printing on his head, torso, legs, and toes.
It wouldn’t be an Infinity Saga wave without the main villain of the Infinity Saga himself, Thanos! He gets an updated bigfig which is exclusive to 76192 Avengers Endgame Final Battle, and this new design for bigfigs actually has a removable head! This figure also has fairly detailed torso/leg printing, and a huge double-sided sword.
If bigfigs aren’t your thing, there’s a minifigure version of Thanos in 76237 Sanctuary II: Endgame Battle, which is also based off his Endgame outfit. He has new head, torso, and leg print designs, plus a golden helmet and a smaller double-sided blade.
A villain wouldn’t be able to comfortably enact his evil schemes without the help of some henchmen, so Thanos enlists the army of Chitauri to do his bidding! LEGO updated the Chitauri design in 2021 again, and this figure appears in three sets – 76186, 76192, and 76193. These figures get new head and torso prints, plus a variety of different gun designs across the set range.
Another henchman figure is the Hydra henchman, who appears in 76189 Captain America and Hydra Face-off. He gets a new torso print, plus a grey beanie and a Chitauri gun.
Obadiah Stane (Iron Monger)
The final villain minifigure is Obadiah Stane, who pilots the Iron Monger mech suit in 76190. He gets a new head print, plus a dark blue suit. There’s no accessories though, as you’ll probably just leave him inside the Iron Monger suit most of the time.
That’s it for every LEGO Infinity Saga minifigure! What are your thoughts on the Infinity Saga range? Which figure is your favorite, and what sets do you plan to get? What other movies do you think deserve an Infinity Saga set in future? Comment your thoughts below!
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