Spider-Man is now a part of the Marvel cinematic universe, and Sony is making that abundantly clear in the latest trailer for Spider-Man: Homecoming. It’s loaded with references to the MCU—Tony Stark in particular. It appears that his role in the film is going to be significant. Beyond that, we also a really good look at Michael Keaton’s Vulture. Check it out below. [click to continue…]
Wolverine is joining the Marvel Universe Variant Play Arts Kai line with his own over-the-top figure. You can certainly see the attention to detail here, from the armor down to the veins on his biceps (which are pretty much the same size as his head). [click to continue…]
Chinese toy company The Toys Asia is taking the action figure game to absurd new levels with this life-size (and mechanically animated) recreation of Tony Stark’s Iron Man armor.
The armor includes 567 individual pieces and 46 motors which operate at the push of a button. Over the course of around 30 seconds all of the awesome mechanical innards will be revealed, making this one hell of a display piece. Indeed, there isn’t any room for a person to fit inside the suit, which is something you’ll have to consider before dropping 2.5 million Chinese yuan or $360,000 on this thing. Take a closer look a the figure in the video below. [click to continue…]
Marvel has released a whole bunch of yule log videos, each with an hour of footage from the homes of your favorite heroes. The list includes two versions each from GOTG, Iron Man, Thor, Ms. Marvel and Captain America (half of which are available in 4K). Choose your favorites below. [click to continue…]
Now that we’ve seen both the Spider-Man Homecoming trailer and the trailer for Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2, Hasbro has revealed their newest Marvel Legends figures and it’s not all about that Vulture figure (but it’s mostly about that Vulture figure). [click to continue…]
I have a special place in my heart for the Kotobukiya Bishoujo statues. They’re cute and sexy at the same time, but the big draw for me is the playfulness that’s inherent in the depiction of the characters. As you can see, playfulness abounds in this Marvel Comics Squirrel Girl Bishoujo statue right down to the bow around Tippy-Toe’s neck.
Check out more pictures and the full description below. [click to continue…]
Artist Betawi Kebayoran has given Captain America, Thor And Black Panther some badass armor redesigns. They have an anime/fantasy vibe, and he cites the equally awesome work of Dean Holdeen as one of his inspirations. Check out the rest of the lineup below. [click to continue…]
Square Enix has unveiled their Marvel Play Arts Variant Deadpool and it’s packed with loads of interchangeable parts and accessories. Thirteen interchangeable hands, three heads, multiple knives and swords (sheaths included), a gun, and a figure stand (and a partridge in a pear tree!). He stands almost 10.5 inches and features over 20 points of articulation. Love that armor too—he looks like something out of Tony Stark’s workshop. You can pre-order him now for $149.99 with shipping slated for May 2017.
Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Tamashii Nations’ Marvel Manga Realization is getting new addition in the form of this Samurai Captain America. Like the Manga Realization Spider-Man and Iron Man figures before it, Cap looks really frickin’ cool.
I love the star on both his chest and shield, plus the wings on the helmet. Actually, the whole thing looks awesome. Right now, we only have one picture and no pricing, but the previous Marvel figures in the lineup hovered around the $90 mark. Take a look at the entire figure below. [click to continue…]
Ashley Wood’s awesomely stylized Sixth-Scale Black Widow figure from ThreeA was unveiled last month, but it can be pre-ordered now for a whopping $159.99 with shipping slated for June 2017. It stands at 13-inches tall and features 24 articulation points, a trench coat (for spy stuff!), two pistols, and an interchangeable head with a cool mask. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]