Hasbro is going all-out in 2019 with some expected additions to the Marvel Legends line along with some classic figures from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Hasbro is also using the Marvel Legends line to help celebrate Marvel’s 80th anniversary this year.

Several items were on display at New York Toy Fair this weekend, including the upcoming wave of Marvel Legends from Spider-Man: Far From Home. Mysterio was absent from the show floor, but multiple iterations of Spider-Man were shown, covering the character’s new suits in the film. As always, the Marvel Legends line also includes comic-book-based figures (Scorpion, Hydro-Man, Doppelganger, Spider-Woman).

You can see Hasbro’s official images of the Spider-Man: Far From Home collectibles in the gallery below, along with photos from the floor, courtesy of Sean Aune from Batman News and The Nerdy, who’s been kind enough to share photos of Hasbro’s entire booth with us.

Hasbro will continue celebrating Marvel Studios’ past this year. There will be two-packs that include some of the first-ever Marvel Legends figures for several popular characters. Grandmaster and Korg have been paired together to represent Thor: Ragnarok, as have Hela and Skurge.

Steve Rogers is getting a new design based on Captain America: The First Avenger to go with MCU Peggy Carter’s Marvel Legends debut! Ghost and Luis are joining the line from Ant-Man and the Wasp! There will also be an Iron Man and Iron Spider two-pack featuring more of their accessories from Avengers: Infinity War.

Retailer exclusive two-packs include Loki and Corvus Glaive from Avengers: Infinity War for Walmart. Spider-Man and MJ from Spider-Man: Homecoming will be available at Target.

Hasbro also had the next wave of Black Panther figures on display. These have all been announced previously, but now have a great look at the Shuri figure from this line. Shuri is joined by a Vibranium-charged Black Panther, Killmonger, King T’Chaka, Ulysses Klaue, M’Baku, and Ayo. We also have a new look at Ebony Maw from Avengers: Infinity War.

Hasbro is continuing the Marvel Legends premium role-play line with an electronic Ant-Man helmet. This one is based on the design seen in Ant-Man and the Wasp.

Hasbro’s Captain Marvel line is in stores now, but we’ve got photos of Hasbro’s really cool display on the show floor.

It’s never all about the Marvel Cinematic Universe for Hasbro. There will be several Marvel Legends figures and two-packs, many of which feature X-Men characters (the Colossus and Juggernaut two-pack is fantastic). There will also be a two-pack commemorating Wolverine’s first appearance and encounter with the Hulk.

Hasbro is going to make 2019 an incredible year for Marvel collectors. And to think, we still haven’t even seen the Marvel Legends line for Avengers: Endgame!