Captain Marvel invades theaters this weekend, welcoming audiences back to the Marvel Cinematic Universe for the first time since last summer’s Ant-Man and the Wasp. But the first female-fronted Marvel Studios blockbuster isn’t just a theatrical experience. You can bring Captain Marvel, as well as her various friends and foes, home with you via a wealth of Marvel-ous merchandise. Here’s Yahoo Entertainment’s official Captain Marvel shopping guide
Get stuffed with the latest addition to Build-A-Bear’s line of Marvel-themed stuffed Teddys. The Captain Marvel bear comes in a dashing red, and is accompanied by outfits ranging from her red-and-blue superhero suit to a brown aviator jacket. If you’re more of a cat person than a bear person, pick up Carol’s feline friend, Goose, who comes pre-stuffed.
Shop it: Captain Marvel Bear, $25.50; Goose, $12.50; Captain Marvel Bear Gift Set (w/outfits), $51, Build-A-Bear
You’ll get a real charge out of this stylish glove, which offers all the sounds of Captain Marvel’s photon blasts, with none of their destructive fury. Just imagine how fearsome you’ll be with a the Photon Power glove in one hand, and a Hulk Hand in the other.
Shop it: $15.88, Amazon, Target, and Walmart
Of course, Ashley Eckstein’s geek-friendly fashion line would get in on the Captain Marvel fun! The Clone Wars star modeled her leather jacket version of Carol Danvers’s uniform for us at Comic-Con last year, and now you can bring it home for yourself. If you want something a little lighter than leather, Our Universe’s zip-up windbreaker will leave you floating on air.
Shop it: Leather jacket, $79.90-84.90, Hot Topic; Windbreaker, $58.90, Box Lunch
Gals and guys alike will up their pierced-ear game with this set of three different pairs of Captain Marvel-inspired earrings, available in simple starbursts or blazing red medallion. You’ll find these earrings, along with other Captain Marvel merch on Ebay’s Superheroine HQ destination.
Shop it: $12.99 each, Ebay
As the capper to your Captain Marvel ensemble, order one of these custom helmets from the Russian company, LumiMasks. It’s made out of liquid plastic and acrylic paint and fits folks with a 21-inch noggin.
Shop it: $120, Etsy
Captain Marvel started as a comic book, so you’ll want to flip through The Art of the Movie‘s copious collection of pre-production concept art that translated the imagery from the page to the screen. And while there have been many (maybe too many) Captain Marvel comics published over the years, you really only need to start with Kelly Sue DeConnick reboot, which placed Carol Danvers in the pilot’s seat as Marvel’s reigning Captain.
Shop it: The Art of the Movie, $39-45, Amazon
Make sure you get a super-sleep with this microfiber comforter, which is a perfect fit for twin beds. And lay your weary head down on a nifty sequin pillow, that can switch from red to blue and back again with a simple wave of your hand.
Shop it: Comforter, $39.95, Shop Disney; Sequin pillow, $19.95, Shop Disney
There’s more to Captain Marvel than Captain Marvel. Samuel L. Jackson scores his most screentime as Nick Fury yet… and he gets to have two eyes this time! Ben Mendelsohn also steals numerous scenes as Talos, the shape-shifting Skrull, who turns out to be anything but your average Marvel bad guy.
Shop it: $19.99, Walmart
How ’90s is Captain Marvel? So ’90s that an entire scene takes place in a Blockbuster Video store. Pledge your allegiance to that decade — and that long-vanished retail giant — with this simple pin. Just be prepared for anyone under the age of 20 to ask you what a VHS tape is.
Shop it: $10, Etsy
Liza Palmer’s YA novel is brought to life via the power of audiobooks. Learn what life was like for Carol Danvers and her best friend, Monica Rambeau, as Air Force cadets in the early ’80s… before Carol took a trip to the stars.
Shop it: $25.20, Audible
Marvel artist Jen Bartel partnered with Adidas for these awesome red, blue and gold Captain Marvel kicks. These Adidas AM4’s super-stylish, while also making you feel super-heroic.
Shop it: $150, Foot Locker
Even superheroes need healthy food options. That’s the idea behind Dole’s “Powering the Hero Within” campaign, which will splash Captain Marvel’s face across its bananas and pineapples in grocery stores. And if you log onto Dole’s official website, you can find energizing recipes like Wake Up Oats and Berried Treasure Yogurt Cups.
Aaaayyy! It’s truly happy days when Carol is able to keep the all-important Tesseract out of Kree hands by hiding it in her Fonz lunchbox. Play keep away with your own special keepsakes with Entertainment Earth’s reproduction of this vintage tin tote. Or, you know, just stash snacks in it for between-battle nibbles.
Shop it: $14.99, Entertainment Earth
Yahoo Entertainment Staff
Original article: Yahoo