Toys

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In case you were wondering, April Fools’ Day was weeks ago—the Talking Elcor Plush actually exists.

If you are unfamiliar with the Mass Effect universe, the Elcor are a massive, generally friendly species found on the Citadel. They are described as being “deliberate” and “conservative” with a monotone voice that appears to lack emotion. Because of this, they tend to describe what would otherwise be expressed with tone and body language.

As the product page states:

“My Talking Elcor voices a love greater than the gravity of Dekuuna and is scientifically engineered for maximum huggability and affection.”

Find out what Elcor says and see the plush in action after the break…

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This unbelievable Hulkbuster figure is coming soon from Comicave Studios. It’s one-quarter scale which makes it 4-feet-tall and it even has lights and articulation. The best part is the armor which automatically opens to reveal an Iron Man Mark 43 hiding inside. This is a prototype so the final version may differ slightly, but it’s still destined to be quite a collectible.

See it in action in the video after the break.

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When I had the chance to take a look at play around with three brand new figures from DC Collectibles’ Batman: The Animated Series line, you’d best believe I jumped on it. I mean, look at these suckers. Robin, The Joker, and Man-Bat, out this month. They’re rad as hell. But there was one thing I wasn’t quite sure on…

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The first time I saw “The Neverending Story, I knew what I wanted for my birthday that year (and every year after)—Falkor The Luck Dragon.

The wonderful Laura at Game Guardians makes a plush version of Falkor. It’s not on sale at the time of writing, but it’s worth keeping an eye out because she opens orders once a month.

Head after the break to see the pictures and then get in line. Behind me, please. I call first dibs.

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You might not be able to snuggle up to Captain America, but you can give this owl version of the superhero a hug. Etsy seller CharacterCove has turned your favorite characters into super-cute plush owls that measure 7″ tall by 5″ wide. Each is handmade from eco-felt and takes 1-2 weeks to complete before shipping.

See more examples after the break.

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Designer Miguel Zavala has been modeling all of the D&D Monster Manual monsters in 3D and putting them up for download so you can print beasties for your next dungeon crawl.

See Also: This New Liquid 3D Printing System Will Change Everything

The models are free to download and include the likes of Owlbear, Ettin, and Tiamat in alphabetical order so you can easily find the ones you want to print. Zavala has even painted a few of the figures which might inspire you to break out those old brushes and paints.

(via TechCrunch)

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While the real ship may have sunk, this LEGO Ideas version of the Titanic has received the 10k votes needed for official review.

Three different scale options were proposed, with the smallest coming in at 750 pieces, the medium version at 1250 pieces and the largest at a whopping 4000 pieces and approx. four feet in length.

The design was rendered using the Lego-specific CAD program MLCAD because, as user Ssorg notes:

“I don’t have all the pieces to build it, and frankly some brick types used here in these colors are not available at all (not manufactured by LEGO so far).”

Odds are that one of the smaller versions would actually make it to production, but the bonus feature for the 750 piece model is that it splits in half for “authentic sinking action”. Eh…

Head after the break to see more pictures.

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With Star Wars Celebration less than a week away, Lego has unveiled six Star Wars movie posters that fans will receive at the event.

They’re super cute. I’d love to see all of the movies redone in Lego.

Head after the break to see them all.

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Lego builder Michal Kazmierczak has recreated the dwarf fortress Erebor from 55,000 Lego bricks. It took him seven months to build the 5-foot-tall model. It’s not just the outside, but the inside that he’s also faithfully recreated with Lego bricks, even adding in some minifigs.

He notes on Eurobricks that each dwarf statue weighs over 13 pounds and that it’s bigger than the official Death Star set. When you see the picture of him standing next to his project, that’s very easy to believe.

See more pictures after the break.

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We are definitely into these posable Lego action figures.

This 8-inch stormtrooper version is the work of Umamen. It even includes a swappable Han Solo head!

See more pictures after the break.

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