Now that Funko has announced Animaniacs Pop figures, it amazes me that they haven’t been done before. They’re so perfectly suited for this figure style and everyone loves Yakko, Wakko, and Dot! Well, we have them now and they’re just as cute as you would imagine. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


Let it be known that I love Funko Pops and Star Wars Rebels, so you can guess what I did when these Star Wars Rebels Funko Pops were announced.

Yeah, that but, like, 10x as much.

Kanan, Hera, Ezra, Sabine, Zeb, and Chopper will be available at retail. Ashoka is a Hot Topic exclusive and the masked Sabine is a Walgreens exclusive. They’re slated for a November/December release but the standard retail versions can be pre-ordered now. I’ve already talked to Santa. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


After the merest of glimpses at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this year, Hot Toys have finally revealed their Daredevil figure as he appears in the fantastic Netflix original series (as opposed to, y’know, that other Daredevil we don’t talk about anymore).

Based on the character as he appears in the show’s second season, complete with revised costume, this figure comes with the customary swappable faceplates to allow your figure to emote, along with a set of billy clubs which can be attached as a staff or as nunchaku.

The figure is available for pre-order now for $229.99. We reckon he’ll look great next to your other Marvel Hot Toys (that’ll probably be the only way Matt Murdock and Tony Stark see each other, unless certain rumors about Infinity Wars turn out to be true). Check out more photos below. [click to continue…]


As far as I’m concerned, Disney and Lucasfilm have knocked it out of the park with their Go Rogue video series. The fourth and final installment is out now and it’s probably my favorite. Especially the end.

The filmmakers did a stellar job showing off the new Star Wars Rogue One toys and I can’t wait to see the submissions people enter into the contest. You can check out more info on that, along with all four videos in the series below. [click to continue…]


First, there were Samurai Star Wars figures, and then Tamashii Nations added a Samurai-style Spider-Man into the mix. Now they’ve expanded their Marvel “Movie Realization” line with a Samurai-style Iron Man. Take a closer look at the figure in the pic below. [click to continue…]


We’re a week away from Rogue Friday and Hasbro just revealed five new Star Wars Rogue One retailer exclusives for Walmart, Target, Amazon, Toys R Us, and Kmart.

Of the five, I’m definitely eyeballing the Black Series Shadow Trooper electronic helmet and the programmable R2-D2, but all five look pretty solid.

There’s a slight spoiler on the Jyn figure packaging/description, so if you’re trying to stay unspoiled, this is your warning. Check out all of the details on the lineup below. [click to continue…]


Funko knows right where to get me when it comes to their newest NYCC exclusives. Directly in the nostalgia feels.

When Funko released the ReAction Dark Crystal Landstrider set at SDCC, I really hoped we’d get a Kira at some point. Lo and behold, the ReAction: The Dark Crystal – Garthim Box Set. They also did ReAction figures for The Golden Girls. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]


Continuing the Rogues Gallery series that brought us the Two-Face Batman figure, and hot on the heels of Hot Toys Batman Impostor Joker figure, Square Enix has revealed their take on the Clown Prince of Crime wearing the Dark Knight’s duds. Check out more photos below. [click to continue…]


We saw a preview of the Doctor Strange figure from Hot Toys back in August, but now it’s been fully unveiled and made available to order. I have to say, the detail on this figure is just crazy!

He comes with two styles of costume display options, a magnetically attachable Cloak of Levitation, artifacts like the Eye of Agamotto (open and closed versions) and the Book of Cagliostro, mandalas of various size and color, and a Doctor Strange-themed figure stand and character backdrop.

I can’t get over the outfit and I’m more excited for the movie having seen this figure. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


The AT-AT Multi Stand from Premium Bandai is a 1/72-scale replica of the AT-ATs from The Empire Strikes Back‘s Hoth battle scene, and it features plenty of hidden compartments (like a pen holder, coin slot, and a few different drawers) that are ideal for holding all of the odds and ends that clutter up your desk. But the way that you can wind up your charging cable to a Snowspeeder to recreate the iconic scene from the film is what really sold us on this. Plus, it’s fully posable. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]