Toy Story fans, try not to drool over this insanely accurate Woody doll designed by Medicom. He’ll be out in December to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the film and will be a 15″ tall action figure with three changeable faces, several hands with different poses, and a drawstring on his back.

No detail was spared, which is why collectors will have to shell out a whopping $380 to get their hands on one.

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The latest DC “Fantasy Figure” is this sultry Harley Quinn. She was sculpted by Shin Tanabe as imagined by Luis Royo and is available for preorder. Harley measures 10.25″ tall and includes a numbered display plate, art card, and certificate of authenticity. She’ll be shipping out between April and June.

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Mondo, the art gallery and online store, recently unveiled a new Iron Giant Deluxe Figure and it is crazy accurate. Even The Iron Giant director Brad Bird approves. So many feels.

Mondo notes:

Mondo worked to obtain the digital files used in the film to create the most accurate and detailed Iron Giant figure to date. The figure features over 30 points of articulation and a variety of accessories allowing you to transform the Iron Giant into all of his notable incarnations. You’ll receive two interchangeable heads with light-up eyes, a magnetic “S” that can be detached from a Seafood sign and attached to his chest, switch-out “War Arm” when things get tense, a Hogarth mini-figure, and of course, a girder to munch on. Additionally, the figure includes a sound feature with favorite Iron Giant quotes from the film. The limited edition “Hand Under Foot” accessory (the Iron Giant’s detached hand that gets loose in the farmhouse) will be available exclusively through Mondo’s website. The figure will be sold for $300. A limited edition version of the figure with the “Hand Under Foot” accessory will be sold for $315

The Deluxe figure should ship during the third quarter of this year, so start preordering now!

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Bumblebee is a lot of things, but one thing he’s not is in charge. He follows along with the pack, but this 3D custom printed version of him looks ready to kick ass and take names. Enjaysee Customs says:

So, what would happen if Bumblebee had no choice but to take the Matrix and step up. Upgraded and seriously pissed off is my vision of exactly that!

Base used was a leader class DotM Sentinel Prime. The back pack was removed and hinges added to allow the figure to look much better from the side as well as stand more easily. It was next partly dismantled, primed with top quality plastic primer and prominent screw holes filled. The hands are by UFO and fully articulated at every joint. The head was designed by myself, 3D printed via shapeways and mounted using a Lego ball joint to allow more freedom of movement. The large guns are from a RotF Prime figure, the small guns and sword are by Dr Wu and the medium turrets are by the excellent FakeBuster on Shapeways.

The whole figure was painted by hand and decals designed by myself and printed on a professional Alps printer.

And lest you think this is the only form he takes in this custom-painted vision, you’ll soon see that he transforms into an equally fantastic vehicle. You really have to take a look at the close-ups to appreciate just how much work went into creating this Bumblebee.

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It seems like Hot Toys only exists for one purpose: to drain our bank accounts. One of their newest collectibles is a quarter scale Episode VI Boba Fett. I admit that I’m not the biggest fan of the character, but I can’t deny that he’s popular with the Star Wars crowd or that this collectible figure is insanely detailed.

Fett is fully decked out in armor, accessories, and weapons. Hot Toys shared the following on their Facebook page:

The highly-accurate quarter-scale collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode VI Return of the Jedi featuring finely sculpted Boba Fett helmet and armor, his signature jetpack, highly detailed weapons, accessories, and a specially designed sail barge figure stand all with skillfully-applied distressed effects. A special edition will be available for selected markets and include a blaster sidearm with holster which Boba Fett has in Star Wars: Episode V Empire Strikes Back.

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This beautiful piece features Calvin and Hobbes careening down a hill in their little red wagon. It was a commissioned piece that was hand sculpted and painted by Emily Coleman. It measures 8″ tall and took her 25 hours to complete, which seems surprisingly short given the detail on the finished figure.

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This life-sized statue of Marty McFly is the perfect present for the Back to the Future fan that has everything. It’s currently up for auction on eBay (with a buy now price of $1950) as a one-of-a-kind piece billed as being accurate to the movies. However, that’s clearly not the case. Looks like Marty was played by an older special agent Dale Cooper or something. There might even be a little bit of the original Eric Stoltz version tossed in there.

It also comes with a little Einstein the dog and his water bowl. Nope. Nope. Nope.

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The latest SDCC exclusive to potentially empty your wallet is this shiny version of the Arkham Origins Play Arts Kai figure of Batman. From the product page:

BATMAN™: Arkham Origins depicts Batman when he first started on his path as a vigilante. We made sure to recreate the details of his youthful physique, its careful sculpting heighted by the metallic color variation. The chest area incorporates a flexible material, maintaining beautiful aesthetics and allowing for a wide range of motion. The cape is also articulated, which makes for great variation in poses, from flying through the night sky with his cape spread wide like wings, to a more dormant stance with his wings closed and stowed.

The figure measures 12.5″ wide x 2.8″ deep x 10.6″ tall with 500 units available at SDCC and then 500 allocated to online preorders that will be filled in August.

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You know, in your head, that you would be the most fantastic superhero to ever walk the planet if you had powers. The folks at You Kick Ass get that so they’ve launched a kickstarter for a line of custom superhero action figures that have your face. Each head is 3D printed to look just like the customer and then attached to one of several available bodies like Armored Man, Man on Fire, Kicking Girl, or Running Woman.

You even get to decide which powers you’ll wield and get a comic strip with your origin story. It’s already fully funded so supporting the campaign now will have you turned into a superhero when figures ship next month.

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Street Fighter my be all about fighting but these guys look to cute to hurt anyone. You have your choice of Ryu, Ken, or Chu-Li as a poseable plush figure. Each measures 12″ tall and is set to be available sometime this month. These are the first in the series, so look for more characters to come in the future.

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