Holy dark ages Batman! These Justice League figures looks awesome as RPG warriors. The “Dungeon League” set is the work of artist Sillof who’s well known for making fantastic custom action figures. On his website, Sillof explains his inspiration:

“Anyone who has ever played a role-playing game in their childhood probably at some point imagined what some of their favorite characters from television, film, comics, and literature would look like inside the medieval fantasy world of their chosen RPG, I know I did.

I spent house imagining what race and class each of them would be. Recently I decided to indulge my childhood fantasies and make some of those characters. While this is not a unique endeavor and it has been done by others before in various ways I think they are still unique and I hope you enjoy them.”

Check out the Medieval Batman, Superman, The Flash, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman after the break.

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When the first picture of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman was revealed, more than one fan noted that the costume colors appeared to be a bit too muted.

That having been said, the new DC Collectibles 13-inch Wonder Woman resin statue by James Marsano is stunning, and we love the bolder colors.

The statue is estimated to be $150 and it’s slated for a March 2016 arrival.

Check out the full image after the break.

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LEGO builder Ivan Angeli has put his love for D&D’s Forgotten Realms setting to good use with this incredible build of Suldanessellar. This beauty took four months of intense building to complete and two days to set up. It incorporates more than 1000 minifigs!

If you’re wondering about the scale, Angeli says the White Tower alone is roughly three meters high.

Do yourself a favor and check out more pictures after the break.

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Man, Loot Crate really outdid themselves with the “Summon” box for September 2015. The products were awesome as usual, and the packaging had the most elaborate design they’ve ever released.

See what’s inside after the break…

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We saw a glimpse of the S.H. Figurarts Captain Phasma figure along with the First Order Stormtrooper and Kylo Ren back on Force Friday, but official details and image have just recently surfaced.

She’s big, she’s badass and she’s slated for a release in February 2016 for 5,616 yen (approx $46).

Check out more pics after the break…

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Nicola Pavan of Pavan Wood Works has taken instrument making to a whole new nerdy level by utilizing LEGO in the construction of an electric guitar.

Pavan assembled the guitar over a six day period and pointed out that the hardest part was acquiring the necessary pieces. The whole thing is held together with a bit of glue and screws (even purists will probably give him a pass in this case) and you can see it in action in the video after the jump.

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Making a LEGO version of that hit Hollywood trailer just got easier thanks to these phonetic Minifig heads.

Twelve heads cover the different mouth shapes made when talking, so all you need to do is change out the heads while you’re animating. Plus, worked with professional animators to get the heads just right.

The bottom line is that this is a great solution that will save you all kinds of time and money in post production.

See more pictures after the break.

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Funko has announced four new additions to their Legacy collection with new 6″ figures for Fallout and Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Skyrim is getting a Dovahkiin and Daedric Warrior and Fallout is getting Lone Wanderer and Power Armor figures.

Take a look at all of the figures after the break.

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Gamer and LEGO builder Nick “Nick Brick” Jensen has created an impressive, life-size replica of the Halo 5: Guardians MA5D Assault Rifle using a whopping 3,250 bricks. The massive weapon includes all the bells and whistles from the game like a BR sight, DMR scope, Suppressor, and an Energy bayonet. Measuring 33-inches, the LEGO rifle weighs 5.5 pounds and even has a squeezable trigger.

Jensen’s Halo 5 gun will be on display during BrickCon 2015 next month in Seattle if you want to check it out in person. In the meantime, more awesome images and a video are available after the break.

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The super popular app-enabled BB-8 toy is awesome, but is it huggable? Nope—but this 2-foot tall plush version sure is.

Needless to say, you’ll want to jump on the plush BB-8 pre-order quickly if you hope to have one under the tree this year.

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