The mysteries of the Doctor Strange Lego set have been revealed—but it’s resulted in even more mysteries.
Thanks to Amazon Japan, we have our first look at the upcoming Lego set for Doctor Strange. It appears that the set is a recreation of Strange’s “Sanctum Sanctorum” in New York. The details—like the Vishanti seal on the window—are fantastic, but the set also raises plenty of questions. Like, for instance, what gives with the giant tentacle demon monster? Is that something we’ll see in the film?
The set will be available later this August. [click to continue…]
Build-A-Bear has just announced the release of a 50th Anniversary Star Trek collection.
This is, without a doubt, the cutest Spock has ever been. Check out details on the entire lineup below. [click to continue…]
Behold—the SDCC exclusive The Dark Knight The Joker Jack in the Box by Bif Bang Pow! in all its crazy glory.
Featuring a detailed plastic head sculpted by 3D Systems a.k.a. Gentle Giant, this Joker plays “Pop Goes the Weasel” and is limited to 3000 pieces total. It’ll be available starting July 20th, 2016 at the Entertainment Earth booth #2343 and is available for pre-order online (subject to availability).
If you ask me, it’s creeeeeeeeeeeepy. In a good way. Check out more pics and details below. [click to continue…]
LEGO artist The Deathly Halliwell crafted his own LEGO-version of the Infinity Gauntlet and we can only hope that he can be trusted with the power. Otherwise, Lego could rain down from the sky to clog throats, destroy our feet and eventually bury us all.
Halliwell also added Thanos to the mix and used LifeLites to recreate the glowing Infinity Gems and add appropriate menace to Thanos’ eyes.
Former NASA engineer Mark Rober and two of his bros have created the world’s largest functional Nerf gun based on a classic Nerf design.
The gun is powered by a 3,000 psi paintball canister that can deliver multiple 80psi shots and is powerful enough to send a plunger-topped pool noodle through a pane of glass at speeds around 40 mph.
Think of it like a cannon in the ultimate Nerf battle.
Check out the video below to learn more and watch the device in action. [click to continue…]
And by “prepare yourself” I mean limber up, hit the gym and focus your mind. These figures are another annoying SDCC exclusive that will be very difficult to get your hands on.
If you think you have what it takes to fight the crowds, Comicbook.com has revealed that the 5-inch Alana and Marko figures will set you back $50 at the Saga Shop booth #2629B.
For the rest of you, expect to pay exorbitant prices on eBay. You can also try the waiting game as it is possible that a Saga toy line could be made available to everyone in the future. After all, they did release a Lying Cat plush earlier this year. [click to continue…]
Admit it, when it comes to products based on your fandoms, the only difference between you and this kid is that you’ll use saltier language to express your joy and amazement. Hell, you probably even ride in the cart.
This child is a true Southern gentleman when it comes to being completely overwhelmed by awesome merchandise. He didn’t even bug his mom to buy everything. He would find a meltdown to be downright undignified.
Watch the adorable video below. [click to continue…]
If you liked the DC Collectibles Gotham City Garage line by artist Dustin Nguyen, you’ll love Tonner’s Gotham City Garage Catwoman and Harley Quinn dolls. Standing 16-inches tall, each doll is loaded with details.
They’re estimated for a July arrival and they’re available for pre-order now. Check out more pics and info below. [click to continue…]
Or maybe he’s just going to give him a massage.
QMx have unveiled two new additions to its Master Series of articulated figures – Captain James T. Kirk and Commander Spock. You might recognize them from an old TV show called Star Trek that aired for a brief time in the ’60s. Obscure, I know.
These figures feature more than 30 points of articulation, screen-accurate clothing and incredibly detailed sculpts of the actors – Shatner personally approved his likeness, while Nimoy’s was approved by his Estate. They ain’t cheap, though. We’re talking $179.99 a pop for the standard versions with limited-edition variants including Kirk’s Phaser Rifle and Spock’s Lute fetching an extra $20. But for this sort of detail, it’s a price some collectors will consider well worth it.
These figures will be available for preorder on qmxonline.com starting on June 23, at 10 AM PT. The figures will debut at SDCC at QMx booth #4145 in limited quantities.
Check out some more product photos below. [click to continue…]
If you’ve ever bought an Iron Man action figure but silently thought to yourself, “Man, I wish this came with a tiny reproduction of some IKEA furniture,” then I have good news for you, weirdo.
Comicave Studios have announced a Comic-Con exclusive 6″ figure of the Mark 42 armor as seen in Iron Man 3 that comes with a selection of alternate hands, repulsor blasts and – no, but yes! – a teeny tiny couch. [click to continue…]