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Hasbro announced a whole mess of Star Wars toys at SDCC, but the star of the show is undoubtedly this massive TIE Fighter from The Force Awakens. It clocks in at 26-inches tall with a 6-inch First Order TIE pilot coming along for the ride. It will retail for $169.99 when released in the Fall.

But that’s not all. Hasbro also revealed new figures for the 6-inch Star Wars: The Black Series line based on the classic films and Star Wars Rebels, as well as new 3 3/4-inch figures from Star Wars Rebels. Also revealed were new Force FX Lightsabers and Titanium die-cast Black Series vehicles.

Finally, Darth Revan from Knights Of The Old Republic was revealed as the winner of the Star Wars: The Black Series 6-inch fans choice poll. Surprisingly, the second-place finisher Sabine from Star Wars Rebels will also be produced for the line.

Check out pictures of more upcoming Star Wars toys from Hasbro after the break…

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LEGO’s ninja-themed Ninjago line will soon include a set featuring the Temple of Airjitzu, the blacksmith’s workshop, and the Smugglers’ Market which are connected with a bridge featuring two stone dragons on either side.

This incredibly detailed city showcases traditional pagoda-style buildings, sliding doors, and even a ninja training room with weapons holders. But the highlight to this entire set has to be the real working shadow theater. It comes with its own light brick and spine dial which promises to look awesome in the dark.

The Temple of Airjitzu Ninjago Lego set has over 2,000 pieces including 12 minifigures of Ninjago characters Lloyd, Kai, Jay, Zane, Cole, Nya, Wu, Misako, Dareth, Postman, Jesper and Claire, along with their assorted weapons. Hitting stores in September, this badass set should set you back about $200.

Check out more images, including the shadow theater, after the break.

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star wars car chargers

Say what you want about the Empire, but they embrace technology.

These Darth Vader and Stormtrooper USB chargers plug into a standard 12V socket (cigarette lighter) and feature a pivoting arm so you can better position it in your vehicle. Naturally, it’s compatible with anything that charges via USB.

Product Pages: Darth Vader / Stormtrooper $19.99


We broke the news about the Risk: Game of Thrones edition back in Marh, but now we finally have images of the board and playing pieces. HBO joined forces with Hasbro and USAopoly to create this special edition game based on the TV show.

“RISK: Game of Thrones’ Edition Game escalates ‘Risk’, the classic game of strategic conquest, to an epic level of chaos and war in a battle for the Iron Throne. Featuring striking game packaging, two custom-designed game boards, three ways to play, seven finely sculpted armies, and more than 650 total pieces, this game of strategic conquest will test the wits and bravery of both Risk and Game of Thrones fans. So, ready your swords for battle as you vie for domination of the Seven Kingdoms and beyond, because in RISK: Game of Thrones Edition Game only one victor can sit on the Iron Throne.”

I think gathering friends for a night of this sure to be epic game should have mandatory costume requirements.

GoT Risk is listed on Entertainment Earth and Amazon with shipment slated for August.

Check out the full game board and accessories after the break.

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First it was the Flux Capacitor USB Car Charger and now Think Geek has unveiled a K.I.T.T version. What a lovely day!

The Knight Rider KITT Car USB Charger has two USB ports, each capable of charging almost any USB-powered device (both put out 1.0 Amp). But it also has that signature light sequence from KITT’s voicebox we all know and love, synced to respond to 10 different audio phrases from the TV show. And in case you ever need less 80s, there’s a switch to turn the whole thing off or mute him. Possibly so your smart-mouthed car doesn’t speak to the nice officer.

The phrases include:

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Star Trek fans, the future is now. The Wand Company has announced their Star Trek Original Series Bluetooth Handset.

Designed using 3D scans of the Alpha Hero Prop (described as “the most accurate replica ever made”), this is the first fully functional wireless communicator. Just use Bluetooth to pair it with your cellphone.

Here are a few more details:

-Constructed from pressed metal, die cast metal, machined aluminum and textured ABS to replicate the original hero prop
-Magnetic stand, with metal base and multi-colour LED charge status illumination
-Built-in lithium polymer battery with wireless charging, just place on stand to automatically charge the power cell
-High quality molded polyurethane foam-lined transit case
-High quality speaker, great for hands-free calls and even playing music streaming from any bluetooth enabled audio player
-High quality MEMS microphone for crystal clear call quality
-Wide range of authentic sound effects and conversation fragments from the Star Trek Universe

In other words, it’s as close to the real thing as you’re gonna get. Shipping is slated for January 2016.

Get a closer look after the break.

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While we live in a digital world, there are times we still need to use paper. For those times, why would you use a boring paper clip when you could use these Star Trek paper clips shaped like The Enterprise and a Starfleet Insignia?

These Star Trek themed clips come in a cool little tin and you get 20 silver-colored NCC-1701 clips and 20 gold-colored Delta Shield clips.

Okay, considering they’re more limited than usual paper clips, maybe just use them on official Starfleet TPS reports.

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You’ll soon be able to have a fully armed an operational Death Star crashing through your wall with this 3D light. Other upcoming releases in the series include R2-D2, C-3PO, and Darth Vader’s gloved hand holding a glowing red lightsaber.

A release date hasn’t been announced yet, but you can expect them to arrive in stores (most notably Target) sometime in the near future.

See more pictures after the break.

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project colossus

Codename: Colossus, a mechanized, 3D-printed toy designed by Michael Sng’s Machination Studio, is a prime example of just how far 3D printing has come.

The Colossus stands at an impressive 20-inches tall, and it’s made using over 400 individually hand-painted and 3D-printed plastic pieces. If that wasn’t enough, servos and electronics bring the whole thing to life.

Learn more and see Codename: Colossus in action after the break…

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It’s a Poro plush-a-palooza!

Etsy seller linkitty seems to have a love for League Of Legends Poros plushies and she’s made everything from Poros Snax to Jinx Poros to winged and mustachioed Poros. Poros everywhere!

Do yourself a favor and head after the break to see more pictures.

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