Hawkeye Draws His Bow with Good Smile Company 

It was heartbreaking at the beginning of Avengers: Endgame to watch Hawkeye's family vanish in front of our eyes. That opening showed us a darker opening of what was yet to come for that film. The disappearance of his family turned him into the cold blooded killer as Ronin. It wasn't until Black Widow found him where he joined our heroes once again to reclaim the family he thought was lost. Good Smile Company showed us an upcoming Hawkeye Nendoroid figure that was coming soon and that day is now. We get to see other poses and all the details now and he is a must have for any fan. This version is deluxe and there will be a normal one also but with the accessories and added interchangeable pieces this one is far superior. Any MCU, Hawkeye, and Ronin fan should add them to their ever growing collection. 

The Avengers: Endgame Hawkeye Nendoroid Figure from Good Smile Company is priced at roughly $65. Pre-orders are already live and can be found located here. Expand your Avengers line up to and bring Thanos and his army to his knees.

Take the shot.

 

Nendoroid Hawkeye: Endgame Ver. DX

A DX Nendoroid of Hawkeye from "Avengers: Endgame"!

From "Avengers: Endgame" comes a DX Nendoroid of Hawkeye! Hawkeye has been carefully recreated and is fully articulated, allowing you to recreate all kinds of different action-packed poses of him shooting his bow.

In addition to his bow and arrow, Hawkeye's quiver has also been recreated in stunning detail. His knife is also included, allowing you to recreate scenes of him in close-quarters combat.

The DX version also includes interchangeable arm and torso parts, allowing you to recreate Hawkeye's Ronin costume. Display him with his sword and scabbard to recreate even more action scenes from the movie. A special stand base is also included! Be sure to add him to your collection, and have fun displaying him with the other Nendoroids from "Avengers: Endgame"!

Hawkeye Draws His Bow with Good Smile Company 
Credit: Good Smile Company

About Tyler Roberts

He has been the Collectibles Editor since late 2019. Funko Funatic, Historian, Air Force Veteran, and dedicated collector of many things.

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