Toys

First teased last year, NECA’s Ash vs. Evil Dead Ashy Slashy Puppet Prop Replica is now available for pre-order with a shipping date slated for July. If you’re a fan of the show, you probably wanted one the instant you saw it the “Ashy Slashy” episode from the second season. Check out a clip from the episode below. [click to continue…]

If you’re a Labyrinth fan, there are some things you absolutely need to have: [click to continue…]

Back in December we featured an amazing poseable Vulpix Pokemon plush from Etsy seller MalinaToys. Well, we have an update. The Vulpix is now listed in her shop along with Eevee and Umbreon versions! [click to continue…]

Funko has announced a second wave of Overwatch Pop figures! The entire lineup is pretty fantastic, but I have to say that the two D.Va With Meka figures are real standouts. D.Va stands 1.75” tall and actually fits inside her Meka. [click to continue…]

I think NECA was on to something when they decided to start making massive foam prop replicas. Just think of the novelty cosplay appeal of tiny Thor and Batman. [click to continue…]

Hasbro has expanded upon their Star Wars 40th anniversary reveals with a look at the retro Kenner-style packaging for their 6″ Black Series action figures. [click to continue…]

Hasbro’s latest New York Toy Fair reveal is an absolute beast. Standing 20-inches tall in Dino mode, the new Transformers Generations Titans Return Trypticon is “the largest figure in the 2017 Titans Return universe and is also the biggest Decepticon figure ever made.” [click to continue…]

Disney and Lucasfilm have announced that Force Friday II will take place on September 1, 2017. The sample toy box pictured above is our first glimpse at Rey, Poe and Finn as they will appear in Star Wars: The Last Jedi. It also marks the beginning of what will undoubtedly be an avalanche of Star Wars products revealed during the event. Check out all of the details in the press release and infographic below. [click to continue…]

Japanese toymaker Good Smile Company has unveiled the first Nendoroid figure in their Overwatch line—Tracer in her classic skin. [click to continue…]

Over a three-month period, James Burrows masterfully created a functional roller coaster and dinosaur-themed park using a whopping 125,000 LEGO bricks. [click to continue…]