Avengers: Endgame is the culmination and grand finale to Marvel’s 11-year Infinity Saga. It is the second part to last year’s mega blockbuster film Avengers: Infinity War, and releases on April 24 or 26, 2019, depending on which country you are from.
During Avengers Infinity War, we saw half of our favorite characters disintegrate into dust along with half of the entire universe, and Avengers Endgame deals with the fallout of the Decimation and how our heroes seek to avenge the fallen. LEGO has released five sets (and one polybag) alongside the movie, and these sets come with 28 minifigures total, 22 unique. Today, I present a comprehensive guide to all of LEGO’s official Avengers Endgame minifigures – check them out below!
#1. Iron Man
The first minifigure we’ll be taking a look at is Iron Man, and it’s quite mindblowing that this may be the very last MCU Iron Man minifigure that we’ll get from LEGO. Iron Man sports his Mark 85 suit, and this minifigure is exclusive to 76131 Avengers Compound Battle. It has the same helmet and double-sided head print from last year’s Infinity War sets, but has new printing on the torso and legs. The arms are also now golden, reflecting how the Mark 85 has much more gold in its color scheme than several of its predecessors. The Mark 85 is equipped with two translucent blue Power Blasts (that can be launched) and two 1×1 round translucent blue cylinders for the legs.
A second version of Iron Man from Avengers Endgame appears in a promotional polybag, 30452 Iron Man and DUM-E. This is the only time Iron Man is shown wearing the new white Avengers suit, though none of the pieces are exclusive to this minifigure. It has the same head and helmet as the Mark 85 and Mark 50, while the detailed white Avengers suit appears on eight other Avengers Endgame minifigures.
Several throwback Iron Man suits appear in one of the Avengers Endgame sets, 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor, the first of which is the Iron Man Mark 1. This represents the very first Iron Man armor, created by Tony Stark when held captive by the Ten Rings terrorist group. The minifigure has a predominantly silver design which is accurate, with good detailed printing on the helmet, torso, and legs. The helmet reuses the Invincible Iron Man helmet from 76077 Detroit Steel Strikes in silver, and underneath the helmet is a clear head piece to show that this is merely an empty suit.
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A second throwback Iron Man suit appears in 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor – the Mark 5 armor. This suit was last seen in Iron Man 2, used by Iron Man against Whiplash. Its main strength was the fact that it could fold into a suitcase for easy transport and be deployed on the spot. This minifigure has a new printed silver faceplate, along with good accurate printing on the torso and legs. It would have been nice to see the silver extend onto the arms but the arms are unprinted. Once again, this minifigure has a clear head to show that it is an empty suit.
This third throwback Iron Man suit also appears in 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor, and this is the Mark 41 “Bones” armor. This Iron Man suit has an interesting black and gold color scheme which is accurate. It has very detailed printing on the torso and legs which gives it the iconic skeletal look. It also has a new printed black and gold helmet, plus a clear head underneath.
Our final LEGO Iron Man suit from Avengers Endgame also appears in 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor – the Mark 50 nanotechnology suit. This suit was used by Tony Stark in his climactic fight against Thanos during Avengers Infinity War. This is the only LEGO Iron Man suit from Avengers Endgame that is not new, as it has previously appeared in 76107 Thanos Ultimate Battle and 76108 The Sanctum Sanctorum Showdown. It has good detailed printing on the torso and legs, along with the same printed helmet and double-sided head as the Mark 85.
#2. Captain America
Next up is the other figurehead of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, it is Captain America himself! This minifigure is new and exclusive to 76123 Captain America: Outriders Attack, where Steve Rogers battles a group of Outriders on his motorcycle. The most important part of this minifigure is his new helmet mold – this is the first time we’ve gotten Captain America’s helmet as an actual piece in LEGO form (all previous versions were printed) and I think it looks great! Captain America has a double-sided head printed onto a dark blue base, and has the new white Avengers suit. He comes with a new version of his shield, with a dark grey base color and patriotic red, white, and blue colors printed on the front.
The final minifigure of the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Trinity is the mighty Thor, God of Thunder. This minifigure is exclusive to 76126 Avengers Ultimate Quinjet, joining his fellow Avengers in an epic battle against the Chitauri. Unfortunately, none of the pieces of this minifigure are exclusive – his double-sided head, hair, and brick-built Stormbreaker are reused from 76102 Thor’s Weapon Quest (one of last year’s Avengers Infinity War sets) and the new white Avengers suit is used on many other Avenger minifigures in this wave. Nonetheless, this is the mighty Asgardian king’s only appearance in the LEGO Avengers Endgame wave.
#4. Black Widow
Avengers Endgame is truly the swan song of the original six Avengers, and one of the original six Avengers is Black Widow, shown here. She, too, appears in 76126 Avengers Ultimate Quinjet, piloting the dark blue Quinjet against the forces of Thanos. Her double-sided head (stoic and angry) is reused from Jyn Erso and Black Widow’s Infinity War appearance, while her dark orange hairpiece is from the Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom line. She sports another of the white Avengers suits and wields two translucent light blue batons. Personally, I am not a huge fan of this minifigure as I feel that neither the head nor hairpiece is distinctly Black Widow – her hair should be dark red with a braid that has blonde ends.
Marvel fans across the world were disappointed when Hawkeye, the most underrated Avenger, was absent from Avengers Infinity War. Given that he is one of the original six Avengers, his absence was felt throughout the film and I am glad to see him back for Avengers Endgame. Hawkeye has a spiky brown hairpiece which is not a new piece, and he actually reuses young Han Solo’s double-sided head from 75209 Han Solo’s Landspeeder. Hawkeye sports one of the white Avengers suits, and is armed with a black bow and quiver. Personally, I think this is one of the most disappointing minifigures from the Avengers Endgame lineup, since Hawkeye sports his classic black and gold Ronin outfit in the movie and I really really wanted to see it in official LEGO form.
Rounding out the lineup of the original six Avengers is the incredible Hulk himself. This version of the character is exclusive to 76131 Avengers Compound Battle, and it’s pretty nice as we haven’t gotten a regular LEGO Hulk bigfig since 2015. This bigfig uses the same base mold as the 2015 Hulk figure, but has new prints. Hulk’s face is now printed with a confident smile – a very interesting change – and dark blue pants. Hulk also has two poseable arms. Unfortunately, this Hulk figure is not exactly accurate as Hulk wears a full bodysuit in the movie, but if you don’t really care about accuracy then it’s a serviceable bigfig.
Another superhero who was absent from Avengers Infinity War is the astonishing Ant-Man! This character has been the subject of a lot of… uh… questionable Avengers Endgame theories. Anyway, this minifigure sports the same white Avengers suit as many of the other LEGO Avengers. However, Ant-Man now has a brand new LEGO helmet. This is a recolor of the Firefly helmet in silver, with great accurate printing on the front. It lacks a bit of the texture around the faceplate, but on the whole it looks pretty good. Ant-Man is exclusive to 76124 War Machine Buster.
There’s also this new micro version of LEGO Ant-Man. This is basically a microfigure trophy piece that is exclusive to 76131 Avengers Compound Battle. It’s a one-piece figure, and has one anti-stud at the bottom (to give you a sense of scale). It has great detailed printing on the front, and the silver printing for the helmet wraps around the back of the head as well.
The only member of the Guardians of the Galaxy who survived the Decimation is the Rocket. The raccoon lookalike makes an exclusive appearance in 76126 Avengers Ultimate Quinjet. Rocket has a new head with new gunmetal grey shoulderpads. Rocket has the white Avengers suit torso piece, along with unprinted short white legs and his bushy grey tail piece. Rocket wields a brick-built gun accessory into battle.
Gamora’s adopted sister and Thanos’ adoptive child Nebula was another survivor of the Decimation. This LEGO Nebula minifigure is exclusive to 76131 Avengers Compound Battle, and she has a new head print. Her head has a light blue base color with a darker blue center stripe and a stoic expression, which is accurate to Nebula in the movie. Nebula sports the white Avengers suit and wields a silver katana, but it would have been nice to get her new brown outfit which she wears in Avengers Endgame.
#10. War Machine
One of the very first superheroes in the MCU was the War Machine, who fought alongside Iron Man. War Machine survived the Decimation and is back in Avengers Endgame, sporting his new Mark 005 and Mark 006 suits. The LEGO version is exclusive to 76124 War Machine Buster, and has a new faceplate print with piercing red eyes and a larger chin section. War Machine uses the white Avengers suit but sadly this is inaccurate as War Machine’s white suit is much bulkier and very different from the regular white suits. War Machine has two silver stud shooters – one is handheld and the other is mounted on his back.
#11. Captain Marvel
Our final superhero protagonist is Captain Marvel, aka Carol Danvers. This superhero just had her solo movie in March, and now makes a reappearance in the Avengers Endgame sets. This minifigure first appeared in 76127 Captain Marvel and the Skrull Attack (based on her solo movie) and then reappeared in 76131 Avengers Compound Battle, where she now has a full set of translucent orange Power Bursts to show her full-blown binary powers. She is actually the only minifigure from Avengers Endgame to wield Power Bursts. Her minifigure is relatively plain and devoid of detail – she uses Black Widow’s hairpiece in a new color (which is inaccurate to her Endgame hair), she has Qi’Ra’s double-sided face from 75219 Imperial AT-Hauler and 75212 Kessel Run Millennium Falcon, plus a new printed torso and unprinted dark blue legs. I would have really liked to see some dual-molded red boots and possibly some arm printing, as this minifigure is pretty unsatisfactory in comparison to the movie character.
DUM-E is one of Tony Stark’s trusty robots that helps him around the Hall of Armor. This brick-built version of the character appeared in 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor, sporting rolling wheels, two poseable joints, a robotic arm, a fire extinguisher, and a white unprinted dunce hat. An alternate version of the robot appeared in 30452 Iron Man and DUM-E where it had a blowtorch instead of a fire extinguisher.
Now we move on to the villains, starting with some of Thanos’ generic minions. Outriders – mindless beasts with multiple arms and hardy bodies – appeared in Avengers Infinity War when they stormed the plains of Wakanda in an attempt to secure the Mind Stone. It appears they will make an appearance in Avengers Endgame again, as Outriders appear in four of the five LEGO Avengers Endgame sets. This variant here has six arms – two regular minifigure arms and four smaller ones mounted on the back – and is unchanged from the Infinity War minifigures. This figure comes in 76124 War Machine Buster, 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor, and 76131 Avengers Compound Battle, but appeared last year in 76101 The Outrider Dropship Attack, 76103 The Corvus Glaive Thresher Attack, and 76104 The Hulkbuster Smash-Up.
A second variant of the Outrider was introduced for Avengers Endgame. This minifigure had the same head, torso, legs, and neck brace piece as last year’s LEGO Infinity War Outriders, but the four arms on the back were replaced with much larger, clawed arms. These arms had golden Wolverine claw pieces inserted into black robot arms, making for a fiercer look (though I personally find they look a bit too inorganic for me). This new LEGO Outrider design only appears in 76123 Captain America: Outriders Attack.
One final new LEGO Outrider design was introduced in the Avengers Endgame sets. This version was quite interesting – it only has two arms! This minifigure uses the same core minifigure (head, torso, legs) as last year’s LEGO Infinity War Outriders, but instead of four arms mounted on the back it has a gunmetal grey spiked shoulder armor piece. This Outrider also wields a pair of golden LEGO Wolverine claws in its hands, and appears in 76123 Captain America: Outriders Attack and 76124 War Machine Buster.
#14. Chitauri Warriors
The other class of troopers in Thanos’ Avengers Endgame army is the Chitauri Warrior. These fearsome aliens were led by Loki during his invasion of Earth in the first Avengers movie, and though seemingly wiped out by Tony Stark, it appears they will make a reappearance in Avengers Endgame! Two of these LEGO minifigures appear in 76126 Avengers Ultimate Quinjet, sporting a predominantly light grey color scheme. They have printed faces and helmets on their head pieces, but disappointingly the helmet printing does not wrap around the entire head. Their torsos have printing but their legs are unprinted, and they wield brick-built golden and purple Chitauri blasters.
And now we finally arrive at the very last Avengers Endgame figure and it is the Mad Titan himself, Thanos! Thanos successfully decimated half the universe in Avengers Infinity War before retiring to his farm, but it appears that he will now return to battle the Avengers again! This updated version of Thanos uses the same core Thanos mold that all three Thanos bigfigs have used, but this is meant to be Thanos’ full armored design. Thanos has a printed smirk on his face, a dark grey body, and golden arm printing to represent his body armor. He wields a large hammer and has the Infinity Gauntlet, though oddly only the Time and Power stones are included. The Mad Titan Thanos is exclusive to the largest set of the wave, 76131 Avengers Compound Battle.
That concludes my look at every single LEGO Avengers Endgame minifigure ever released! Thank you very much for reading, and I hope you enjoyed it. Hopefully I provided you with a comprehensive guide that had all the information you needed.
Check out my reviews of the LEGO Avengers Endgame sets!
- 76123 Captain America: Outriders Attack Review
- 76124 War Machine Buster Review
- 76125 Iron Man Hall of Armor Review
- 76126 Avengers Ultimate Quinjet Review
- 76131 Avengers Compound Battle Review
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