Young Avengers fans finally have some new collectibles to look forward to in 2023

Marvel's Young Avengers Recreated as Adorable Minimates Figures Check out our exclusive first look at Diamond Select's Marvel Minimates Young Avengers series, including an adorable Pizza Dog


It can be tough being a fan of Marvel's Young Avengers franchise. Marvel hasn't published a new Young Avengers comic since 2015, and apart from a handful of Kate Bishop toys, the collectibles front has been pretty barren, too. But there is some good news. Diamond Select Toys is revisiting the 2013-era Young Avengers lineup as part of the long-running Marvel Minimates line.
Head down to the slideshow gallery below for a look at all six figures (seven if you count Pizza Dog!) included in the Young Avengers Deluxe Box Set:
Marvel Minimates Young Avengers Deluxe Box Set - Preview GalleryImage Credit: Diamond Select ToysImage Credit: Diamond Select ToysImage Credit: Diamond Select ToysImage Credit: Diamond Select ToysImage Credit: Diamond Select ToysImage Credit: Diamond Select Toys
Young Avengers fans will know this set is inspired by the characters and costumes from writer Kieron Gillen and artist Jamie McKelvie series, which debuted as part of the Marvel NOW relaunch in 2013. The box set features most of the characters from that team, including Kate Bishop and her faithful sidekick, America Chavez, Kid Loki, Wiccan, Hulkling and Noh-Varr. Most of the characters are making their debut in the Marvel Minimates line.
Like all Minimates, these figures are roughly two-inches-tall and feature up to 14 points of articulation. The entire set comes packaged in a full-color window box featuring original artwork by Barry Bradfield.
The Marvel Minimates Young Avengers Deluxe Box Set is priced at $49.99 and is slated for release in Spring 2023. Preorders will open on Friday, September 16.
For more on the Young Avengers, check out IGN's full breakdown of the team's history and why they may be making their MCU debut soon.

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