Let’s face it, life as an action figure is hard. You just stand around all day, and occasionally somebody picks you up and bends your stiff joints to their whim. Their muscles have got to ache from all of that.
If you love the original Star Wars saga, you might remember the classic action figures that Kenner made back in the 1978. While Kenner is long gone, Hasbro has picked up the baton and created a new series of 3.75″ action figures, inspired by the highly collectible originals.
Do you like Godzilla? I mean do you REALLY, REALLY like Godzilla? Then you’re going to want to start saving your money for this epic collectible from the X-PLUS Gigantic series.
This monstrous PVC kaiju figure measures in at a whopping 38.19″ long, and 18.5″ tall, and will look awesome on your desktop or bookshelf – assuming you have the space for it.
The Ren & Stimpy Show is still one of my favorite animated programs of all time. It was just the right combination of silly, absurd, gross, and weird. While the Nickelodeon series might have been off the air for years, it’s still a classic, and the characters are still awesome.
Arya Stark went from a rather petulant child to a full-on badass over the years on Game of Thrones. Fans of the show who watched the behind the scenes documentary that aired after the finale might have forgotten just how young she was when the show first started.
If you got excited at the idea of that sweet Jurassic World raptor toy that was on sale back in December, Mattel’s latest dino might also float your boat. At the 2018 New York Toy Fair last month, it unveiled an awesome toy called the Destroy ‘N Devour Indominus Rex from Jurassic World.
The Goonies was a classic ’80s flick for kids of that generation who wanted to find pirate treasure and hang out with cheerleaders. Two of the most memorable characters in the film were Sloth and Chunk.
Of all the flicks that I remember from growing up in the 1980s, one of the best was The Princess Bride. I’ll admit to not wanting to watch it in my youth because it sounded like a “girl movie” to my younger self.
Growing up, my favorite Star Wars characters were Luke Skywalker and R2-D2. In addition to being incredibly versatile, R2 seemed to have more to say with all his beeps and boops than the other characters that had actual words to say.
The lucky gang over at Comicbook.com have been given a glimpse at some new cool toys that are a tie-in with the upcoming new flick The Predator.
These Minimates come from Diamond Select Toys and you don’t get to buy them individually.
Some people play with action figures. Other people play with bugs. Ew! This guy plays with both. Double ew! This student in Osaka, Japan known as @ride_hero on Twitter has a very interesting hobby. He makes action figures out of insect and crab shells.
Good Smile Company’s latest Nendoroid action figure features the standard form of the Robobot Armor from the 3DS Game Kirby: Planet Robobot.
The Mecha Knight buster comes in a bundle that includes a Kirby Nendoroid and his helmet from the game.
The hero of the awesome action RPG Crisis Core: Final Fantasy VII is here to remind Cloud Strife action figures that they’re not as original as they think.
The Zack Fair action figure stands about 11″ tall and comes with the Buster Sword that he eventually handed down to his traumatized sidekick.
Max Factory and Good Smile Company begrudgingly present Yugi Muto’s rival and Yu-Gi-Oh‘s ironic dweeb hater, Seto Kaiba.
The 6.5″-tall action figure comes with a Duel Disk, a deck of cards and a briefcase that has slots for the cards.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures get a ton of alternate and crossover versions, but Playmates’ Halloween offering has to be an instant classic. It’s a mashup of New York weirdest: TMNT and Ghostbusters.
The mashup casts Raphael as Winston, Leonardo as Ray, Mike as Pete and of course Donatello as Egon.
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.