Personally, I’m not a big fan of collectible busts. This Deadpool Caesar bust is an exception.
Last month, we spotted these Captain America Pop! party string lights by Funko and we just discovered four more sets for all your party (and home) decorating needs.
Deadpool and Spider-Man represent Marvel while Yoda and Stormtroopers are coming to get your Star Wars party started. Check out the rest of the lineup below. [click to continue…]
Kotobukiya unveiled their Lady Deadpool SDCC Exclusive edition which comes complete with a Comic-Con badge and lanyard, an extra large bag to carry stuff and a Gyro to eat on the run between panels.
She also has a brand-new head sculpt and the accessories mentioned above, plus all purchases will come with a second bag accessory featuring the Kotobukiya and Kotous.com logos. You can even use parts from the previous Lady Deadpool Bishoujo statue to mix and match.
The figure will be available at the Kotobukiya booth (#2601) during San Diego Comic-Con beginning July 20th for $74.99 plus tax. They warn that this is an extremely limited, one-time production, so I’d make that one of your first stops at the show.
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Because Deadpool would likely tell you that you should own him in as many sizes as possible, here’s NECA’s 1/4 scale Deadpool action figure to tempt you.
Standing 18-inches, this Deadpool figure has over 30 points of articulation and weapons including katanas, sai, machine guns, a pistol and a knife, all of which have working holsters and sheaths.
Why they didn’t include a chimichanga accessory is beyond me. A golden opportunity wasted. [click to continue…]
The Hot Toys Deadpool Cosbaby line just got five new additions and I want them badly.
These adorable bobble-head figures come in different poses: sword-fighting, gesturing, being surprised, ready to fight, and making a hand-heart (to DIE FOR!). The last three will be coming in their own collectible set, which it perfect for me.
Of course, they’re all adorable and you have to see the pictures below.
If you had to pin the success of Deadpool on one person, it’s Ryan Reynolds. He’s been a one-man wrecking crew of amazeballs marketing since before the movie was even a movie—and he just keeps on bringing it.
I mean, how many people do you think would be willing to jump in and be a part of the “Honest Trailer” for their own movie?
That’s right, the actual Deadpool is all over this video and Screen Junkies got a little more honesty than even they bargained for.
Watch the video below.
A giant Deadpool statue has debuted in Osaka on a flatbed truck. It was unveiled by former sumo wrestling champ Akebono. Apparently, it will travel on to Nagoya and then Tokyo leading up to the film’s June 1 release in Japan.
It makes perfect sense in a completely nonsensical way.
Check out more pics below.
I know it costs $1000 dollars, but I have to figure out how to buy the life-size Deadpool foam statue that NECA is cooking up. Plus, shipping is free—so that’s something.
Apparently, the statue will be foam rubber and latex that’s been hand painted to ensure realistic detailing from the mask to the boots.
Sure, I might need a dolly to take it places (because it’s 210 lbs), but think of all the fun we could have!
Personally, I’d put him in the shower to freak people out. But I’m evil like that.