action-figures

GOT playset

Pretty soon, you’ll be able to drop your favorite action figures into Westeros thanks to Todd McFarlane, who has created new figures and playsets for Game Of Thrones.

The first release is the Iron Throne Room which includes Joffrey and Tyrion along with Lannister guards and members of the Kingsguard. Future playsets will include a Mother of Dragons set and an Attack on The Wall set with figures that include Daenerys, John Snow, Ghost, Grey Worm, Rhaegal, and more (Rhaegal intrigues me as an addition). The sets will retail for $14.99 to $49.99 and figures for $3.99 each.

If someone doesn’t put Princess Leia on that throne, I’ll be mightily disappointed.

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Threezero has debuted a new 1/6th scale Legion action figure that just about any Mass Effect fan would drool over. Standing at 13 inches tall, this fully articulated figure is highly detailed with a soft PVC skin wrap.

It comes with exchangeable hands, LED light up eyes and chest, are equipped with light-up feature, a Geth Pulse Rifle and an M98 Widow if you buy it direct from Threezero.

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Y’know, at first glance I was a little…confused by this assortment of Alien action figures, but now that I look at it, I think NECA did something really interesting. First of all, this version of Ripley is likely the most iconic with her gun/flamethrower/grenade launcher jury rig as she prepares to battle the Queen Alien. Plus, a bisected Bishop. Those two together, along with the open egg and the facehugger are a perfect tableau.

As for the Red and black Alien warriors, they’re from the Aliens: Genocide comic by Dark Horse.

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custom iron man

These are Iron Man mash-ups like you’ve never seen them before. Artist Sam Kwok uses amazing Hot Toys Iron Man action figures and makes them even more amazing with sculpted pieces and a new paint job. His vision takes Iron Man everywhere from Spawn to Hello Kitty.

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There’s a new addition to the awesome Star Wars Play Arts Kai Figure line. Behold the new 10″ Darth Maul Variant Figure. The design isn’t as wild as we’ve come to expect from the Play Arts line, but I wouldn’t change a thing.

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Mezco’s 6.5” tall Dark Knight Returns Batman figure is getting an upgrade for this year’s SDCC. They’re recreating the fight scene between Batman and the Mutant Leader with a new boxed set. The Mutant Leader gets several hands and fists to hold a crowbar and an accessory of Batman’s Knock Out foam that slips over his face.

Batman comes battled damaged with bloodied gauntlets, a tattered batsuit and a beaten up face. There’s also a junkard base for you to pose the characters and set the scene. The boxed set will be available at SDCC with online preorders starting today in limited quantities.

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What do you do when you’re a hardcore Star Wars collector who’s gone to the trouble (and expense) of collecting the entire first run of the original 1977-85 Kenner Star Wars characters (including the Blue Snaggletooth, Yakface, Double-telescoping lightsaber Luke Skywalker, and the very rare Vinyl Caped Jawa)?

You get a custom display case made and put that bad boy up on the wall. Gorgeous.

The case is six feet wide and two feet tall, with UV protected glass and shelves that are framed by a dimmable backlit LED tube. All of the wires and tech that makes that happen are tucked behind it, so all you see is the glory of the collection.

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Square Enix is adding to their already amazing Play Arts Kai Action Figure line with a Marvel Universe Spider-Man and both Harley Quinn and Robin from Batman: Arkham Knight.

Of the three, I like Robin best, but they’re all pretty frickin’ fantastic. The detail is, as always, stellar and the poseability and additional accessories seem to be worth shelling out the extra cash for.

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Hot Toys has revealed a special two-figure set that features Batman and Bruce Wayne as seen in the Tim Burton movies featuring Michael Keaton.

In the second installment of the Batman series directed by Tim Burton, Michael Keaton reprised the role of the caped crusader to protect Gotham City again from a terrible fate. His amazing portrayal of the iconic character in this darker take on the superhero set the high standard for the future appearances of the dark knight on the silver screen!

Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are very excited to present the much-anticipated Batman Sixth Scale collectible figure from the classic and fan favorite film Batman Returns!

The movie-accurate Batman figure is specially crafted based on the image of Michael Keaton as Batman and features a newly developed masked head sculpt with separate rolling eyeballs and interchangeable lower faces, a specially crafted Batsuit, detailed Batman gadgets, and LED light-up figure base.

Separate rolling eyeball action! Yes!

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This looks a lot like what that one really mean and crazy kid did in Toy Story. Yamaguchi Katuhisa took an R2-D2 figure and mashed him up with other characters. Now, R2-D2’s rage has been unleashed.

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