The Marvel Cinematic Universe is unprecedented. It's something that many others have tried to replicate but have never successfully been able to do so.
As of the release of Black Widow, the MCU will be composed of 24 films and three Disney+ shows. This is literally days of content—all at the tip of the world's fingers.
For those that like to own their favorite media in a physical format, it's quite an achievement for someone to have the entire MCU in their movie collection. For anyone that hasn't started collecting any Marvel projects, the idea of starting now is intimidating, to say the least.
Well, it looks like Marvel is aiming to make such a task a little easier to pull off...
THE AVENGERS BUNDLED
Marvel announced brand-new bundles of previous MCU films, which join the previously released Blu-ray bundled packages of both the three Captain America and four Avengers films.
The new bundles are focused on the Guardians of the Galaxy, Thor, and Ant-Man and the Wasp.
Pictures of the three new Blu-ray bundles can be seen below alongside the two previously released products.
The first Blu-ray collection bundle contains the duo of Ant-Man and Ant-Man and the Wasp.
The next Blu-ray collection bundle shows off the Mighty Thor in Thor, Thor: The Dark World, and Thor: Ragnarok.
The third Blu-ray collection bundle of Guardians of the Galaxy and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 features the galaxy's favorite band of misfits.
The previously released Blu-ray collection bundle of Captain America: The First Avenger, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, and Captain America: Civil War is a must-have for any Captain America fan.
Lastly, the Avengers assemble in the previously released Blu-ray collection bundle of Avengers, Avengers: Age of Ultron, Avengers: Infinity War, and Avengers: Endgame.
A NEW COLLECTION FOR DIE-HARD MCU FANS
As someone who owns all the films in Steelbook 4K Blu-ray format, owning the entirety of the MCU is at the very least tempting for most fans. These releases will surely be the start of a collection for quite a few people.
It's not uncommon to see consistent re-releases of Marvel's films. It's a strategy to get just a little more money out of those films but to also freshen things up for many collectors out there.
All of this marketing for physical media does bring a big question to the forefront: can fans expect to see Blu-ray releases of Marvel's finished Disney+ shows? Fans are soon to have some empty spots in their collections if they can't add the likes of WandaVision or The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.