Toys

Strangely enough, it took an Ideas project to finally get Lego to release an official Apollo Saturn V rocket set. Seems like something that they should have done years ago. But, no matter—they’re making up for it in a big (and surprisingly affordable) way. [click to continue…]

First unveiled at Toy Fair 2017, McFarlane Toys has released an official pic and info for the fantastic 7″ Labyrinth Jareth: The Goblin King Figure they have on deck for October. [click to continue…]

Not interested in shelling out hundreds and hundreds of dollars for a top-notch Blade Runner blaster replica? How about 1,296 yen (US$11.90)? Apparently, that’s how much the Takagi Type M2019 WaterBlaster will retail for in Japan when it arrives this June. [click to continue…]

These custom models are the work of Justin Gundam Custom, and feature Dragon Ball characters transformed into Gundam-esque robots. It works, but the results are crazy as hell. Check out more of his work below. [click to continue…]

During their Star Wars Celebration panel over the weekend, Hasbro announced new Black Series 6″ figures that included an SDCC exclusive Admiral Thrawn complete with the Easter egg office items seen in Star Wars Rebels (like the Holy Grail from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade). Another interesting addition is the Jaina Solo 2016 fan figure poll winner. However, the big news was the return of the highly articulated 3.75-inch Vintage Collection in the spring of 2018. [click to continue…]

Following on the Rey figure with speeder unveiled yesterday, Hasbro has unveiled another addition to the Black Series lineup in the form of a 6″ Luke Skywalker figure with the X-34 Landspeeder. [click to continue…]

Hasbro has sent us details on their latest entry in the Black Series 6-inch vehicle line (following the First Order TIE Fighter), and it is stunning. Behold, the Black Series 6-inch Rey figure and Speeder from The Force Awakens. [click to continue…]

Apparently, Mickey Mouse is done with the whole “rated G” charade. He’s got a badass mech thanks to Julius von Brunk, who actually submitted this concept to Lego Ideas. Something tells me that Disney wouldn’t approve of their mascot wreaking havoc in a gigantic war machine, but we can dream can’t we? Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]

The Overwatch Nendoroid figure line started with Tracer, and now Mei has been added to the mix. Look how cute she is! [click to continue…]

Bandai has announced a third edition figure of the robot from Hayao Miyazaki’s 1986 classic anime film Laputa: Castle in the Sky and it’s bendier than ever with 57 points of articulation. [click to continue…]