Gundam and/or Overwatch enthusiast runeblade265 has taken a Sazabi mech from the former and given it a paint job reminiscent of from the latter. It looks great too, especially with those corporate sponsor logos splattered all over in an unobtrusive, tongue-in-cheek kinda way. Check out a gallery of photos of the very pink Gundam below. [click to continue…]


If you happen to live in Texas, keep an eye out at your local Pokestops for the adorable crochet Pokemon toys pictured above. Nichole’s Nerdy Knots is leaving them around for players to find. The good news is that you can still get them for free regardless of where you live—if you’re handy with yarn and a hook. All of the patterns are available as free downloads from Ravelry. Plus, she’s planning on adding more patterns soon.

(via Reddit)


LEGO builder LegoJalex is hoping that his LEGO Star Wars bobblehead concept will become a reality. We are too—I mean, just look at those LEGO heads wobble! The question is, how did he do it?

I was thinking about how a bobblehead could be made by LEGO bricks, and how the wobbling effect could be built. There is no real LEGO spring that can be used for this purpose, so I had to think of something else to use. After some trial and error I found a simple technic using an LEGO antenna piece which creates a wobbling effect that works really well.

I’ve seen LEGO and I’ve seen bobbleheads, but I’m pretty sure this is the first time I’ve seen them combined. Plus, the heads are swappable. Put Leia’s head on Vader’s body. How hilarious would that be? Check out more pictures and video below. [click to continue…]


New Funko Pops have been spotted for DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow and I need them, like, yesterday.

It looks like we’ll be getting The Atom, White Canary, and Firestorm. I don’t see hints of others right now, but that will undoubtedly change. The product pages listed below show them as out of stock as of this writing, but my guess is that they’re being set up to go on sale soon, so keep an eye out! Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


If you thought that the original Toy Story Voltron from Tamashii Nations was delightfully insane, well…there’s a lot more crazy where that came from.

When the first version was announced we wondered where Buzz Lightyear was, but we knew it was only a matter of time before he got his own mech. It’s been two months and here we are. The interesting thing, however, is that both the original Toy Story mech and the Buzz Lightyear mech can be combined into one massive, utterly ridiculous robot named “Super Combination Gangreat King”. Experience its full glory below. [click to continue…]


Did you know that the “This is fine” meme that’s been doing the rounds on the ol’ Tronterwebs (and which was recently immortalized in a short for Adult Swim) was actually drawn by a human being? An artist, no less? You couldn’t make it up!

That artist, KC Green, is now Kickstarting a plushie of the “This is fine” dog. It’ll measure 13″ tall, and come with a “Play Pak” including a display box recreating the scene of the comic, three uniquely-designed “This is fine” stickers, and a magnet! All for your pledge of just $35 (or $25 if you only want the dog plushie).

At time of writing, the Kickstarter is 777% funded, which is bananas. Still, the Kickstarter has 27 days left, so that’s still plenty of time to snag your plush dog.

Oh, and if that wasn’t enough, KC Green recently published an updated sequel to the original comic, entitled “This Is Not Fine”, on The Nib. Go check it out!

(via Laughing Squid)


Disney’s Pete’s Dragon arrives on August 12th, but you can already buy your own personal Elliot at the Build-A-Bear Workshop. The Elliot plush can also be purchased with a 5-in-1 sound chip (I only wish that this sound was one of them).

You can even dress your other bears in Pete’s Dragon duds that include a t-shirt and hoodie. Each product is sold separately, but I know someone out there will get Elliot and dress him in the tee and hoodie. Elliot-ception! Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


“I want a fancy plush pillow of that one Pokémon that can change its shape, but I can’t remember its name.”


“You want one to, eh?”

Ahahahaha. Comedy Bronze! But seriously, this eight-pound cuddly Ditto pillow is available from Pokémon Center Online on August 6th and costs 13,000 Yen (or roughly $130). It’s huge, squishy, probably costs a small fortune to ship internationally, and it can’t get the faces right. But damned it ain’t cute. Check out more product photos below. [click to continue…]


Hot Toys recently stole the show at Ani-Com and Games Hong Kong last Friday with an amazing exhibit that included the 1/6th-scale prototype figure of Benedict Cumberbatch’s Doctor Strange. As always, it looks fantastic.

Additionally, Hot Toys displayed costumes from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story and Captain America: Civil War, along with some fun 1/6th-scale dioramas of the epic battle from Captain America: Civil War (featuring an awesome mega-huge Ant-Man), and a cool scene from the Battle of Endor (complete with a massive AT-ST). Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]


These two new sixth-scale collectible figures from Hot Toys recreate Marty McFly and Dr. Emmett Brown from Back to The Future Part II perfectly. Just look at their clothes and accessories. It’s a blast from that past that takes us back to the—oh you know what I mean.

They had me at Marty’s hat and hover board and Doc’s amazing outfit and sunglasses.

Both figures are available for pre-order now with a release date estimated between Jul – Sep of 2017. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]