Avengers Movie S.H.I.E.L.D. Hellicarrier and Quinjet Toy Images Showing Scale

Avengers Movie S.H.I.E.L.D. Hellicarrier and Quinjet Toy Images Showing Scale


Jay Cochran - February 10, 2012
Check out these new images from the Hasbro showroom at the 2012 New York Toy Fair giving us our first good look at the scale for their upcoming Avengers movie S.H.I.E.L.D. Hellicarrier and Quinjet toys.

Be sure to check back to Marvelous News tomorrow evening (2/11) for a complete look at Hasbro's Marvel offerings at the New York Toy Fair.


Toy demonstrator Clayton Hodges adjusts the "The Avengers Quinjet" suspended over the "The Avengers S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier", part of Hasbro's Marvel "The Avengers" line of toys at the company's American International Toy Fair showroom in New York, February 10, 2012. HASBRO/Ray Stubblebine via Insider Images


Toy demonstrator Clayton Hodges adjusts the "The Avengers Quinjet," part of Hasbro's Marvel "The Avengers" line of toys in a display at the company's American International Toy Fair showroom in New York, February 10, 2012. HASBRO/Ray Stubblebine via Insider Images
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RodimusVTS - 2012-02-11 @ 5:34 pm

Not quite so small huh? I figured my size comparison was't too far off. If it's a good price I'll get it. If not I'll wait 'till clearance.

uberlad - 2012-02-11 @ 4:10 pm

I display my action figures on bookshelves. If this fits on one shelf, I'll be happy. I understand the desire for the ginormous hellicarrier and the arguments about scale, but for me, it's a practicality issue.

We'll see what the price is before I decide whether I'm getting it or not.

Clam - 2012-02-11 @ 7:57 am

it just doesn't have enough to it for me

evilanimation - 2012-02-11 @ 3:40 am

I think the camera angel is also a little skewed. This is a pass until it goes on clearance.

Zedhatch - 2012-02-11 @ 1:39 am

They should have washed it in cold

The control tower is the same size as Iron Man.

Kind of resembles a hoverboard from BTTF.

Length works but the widness and depth needs some improvement, think I might try to construct my idea with the extra flagg parts now.

Prem1x - 2012-02-11 @ 1:01 am

It looks great. Big enough to do stuff with and not too big where you can't keep it somewhere. Me = Happy! At least this movie will translate into some MU-usable vehicles for me whereas IM2 and Cap did not.

DresselRebel - 2012-02-10 @ 9:08 pm

^ That's what she said.

ZeoVGM - 2012-02-10 @ 8:53 pm

Haha, weren't people complaining about how small it looked before?

Sciencefriction - 2012-02-10 @ 8:08 pm

Cool pictures, the scale is exactly what I thought it was, which is fine with me. Now I hope Black Widow didn't loose any articulation.

DresselRebel - 2012-02-10 @ 7:39 pm

For me the Helicarrier is a big disappointment, I would have preferred a small section of the Helicarrier that was to scale, rather than trying to make the whole thing to length and have it look so misproportioned to the 3 3/4" figures.

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