Kojima Productions’ new mascot now has a high end action figure. Made by Sentinel, the Ludens sixth scale action figure has a whopping 46 points of articulation, thanks to a custom made inner frame.
The figure’s movable parts even include its eyes.
Fidget spinners have been done to death, so I was pretty sure I was never going to write about them again. But this gadget is just too silly not to mention. What you’re looking at is what is purportedly the world’s first cell phone that doubles as a fidget spinner.
Quickly, Guardian. There’s a sale at the Tower – they’re selling the vendors themselves. McFarlane Toys continues its line of Destiny toys with 7″ action figures of the Vanguards: Ikora Rey, Zavala and Cayde-6. The figures are based on the characters’ in-game assets from Destiny 2, where all three play a more pivotal role.
Street Fighter fans, the king of muay Thai is coming for your money. Pop Culture Shock Collectibles recently unveiled its third-scale statue of Sagat, and it looks awesome. The extremely detailed statue is 36.5″ tall and comes in three variants.
Impressive. Most impressive. Takara Tomy’s one-of-a-kind take on Darth Vader is called the Star Wars Powered by Transformers 01 TIE Advanced x1. It doesn’t even have “Darth Vader” in its name, but that’s the surprise!
Aside from coming with a tiny Darth Vader figure, the Sith Lord’s ship actually transforms into a robot version of himself, complete with a giant lightsaber.
The long-awaited, hand drawn side-scroller Cuphead was recently released to rave reviews. The game sure looks amazing with its 1920’s cartoon style, but it’s also incredibly difficult. It’s a rewarding experience nonetheless, and any fan of the game will want these vinyl figures based on some of the game’s characters.
High end toymaker Hot Toys has finally unveiled its action figure based on Thor’s space Roman warrior outfit in Thor: Ragnarok. The Gladiator Thor action figure features the god of thunder’s new hair, his Gladiator helmet and several weapons.
James Rhodes’ first War Machine suit was a more heavily armed and armored version of Tony Starks’ Iron Man Mk. 11. His samurai variant is no different. The latest from Bandai’s Manga Realization action figures, Samurai War Machine is a walking gunship.
Rick and Morty‘s third season recently wrapped up with a dizzying finale. Funko has been working on something to tide the show’s fans over. The Pop! maker announced its life-size Rick and Morty Portal Gun back in June.
LEGO sells all kinds of kits but they don’t currently make any which let you build a musical instrument. That could change if this LEGO Ideas grand piano model gets enough fan support.
Eduard Reynolds designed this nifty LEGO replica of a concert grand piano, and it looks fantastic.
Between the Nintendo Classic Mini, SNES Classic Mini, Atari Flashback, and Sega Mega Drive Classic, there’s a clear miniaturization trend when it comes to retro gaming systems. The next system to go in front of the shrink ray?
I remember seeing the original RoboCop back when it came out in 1987, and it was awesome in all the right ways. Violence, action, cheesy dialogue, paper-thin bad guys getting splattered on windshields, and a thinly-veiled political commentary all wrapped up in one.
Do you need to light up something you’re working on and need both hands free? Well sure, you could get a lantern, or maybe one of those lights you wear on your head, but I’d much rather have a robot hold the light for me.
I spent a whole lot of time and a whole lot of quarters in arcades when I was a kid. Now that I’m a grown-up and make a halfway decent living, I’ve got my own custom-built MAME cabinet in my mancave, so I can play all of my favorite games whenever the mood strikes me, and without spending any more quarters.
I love collecting vinyl toys, and I love the sweet and spicy flavor of sriracha. So when I saw this toy, I knew I had to add one to my collection.
Designed by artist SKET ONE, the Sketracha Dunny is part of KidRobot’s wildly successful series of bunny rabbit style characters, and looks like a bottle of delicious hot sauce, embellished with the iconic rooster logo and green lid.
Just in time for Force Friday (didn’t we just have May the Fourth?), LEGO has revealed a new assortment of 11 kits for fans of the Star Wars universe. The kits are all based on Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and include some brand new vehicle variants and characters – though they’ve been careful not to offer up much in the way of plot spoilers at this point.