Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain‘s star Venom Snake gets the cute Nendoroid treatment. Actually this one’s full name is Nendoroid Venom Snake: Sneaking Suit Version, so it’s safe to assume we’ll see other variants in the near future.
One of the cool things I always liked about Daredevil is that you knew he could get his ass kicked and die. It’s hard to worry about any real consequences for Superman or Thor.
I watched the old Daredevil flick with Ben Affleck back in the day, and it was a pretty terrible superhero movie.
Back to the Future introduced us to Doc and Marty back in the ’80s and spawned a memorable three-flick franchise that was rather extraordinary for its time.
What you see here are some vinyl collectables of Marty and Doc that don’t look much like the characters from the movies.
It’s time to add to your action figure collection with these sweet new Orphan Black vinyl POP! action figures from Funko. There are three characters in the series with Sarah, Cosima, and Helena.
You can get any of the three for $9.99 at ThinkGeek.
I’ve never watched Bravest Warriors, but I am pretty sure that Impossibear is Jake from Adventure Time’s uncle or something, they sort of look alike. What I do know is that Impossibear is a bear with rainbow colored fur and a massive ’70s pornstache.
Back in the day, I loved Ghostbusters. I had the record of Ray Parker Jr. singing the theme and played it until the needle wore out the vinyl. Like most sane people, my favorite was always the original film; the follow-ups weren’t as cool in my book.
Recently unveiled at the Wonder Festival, Pokémon’s Mowgli and one of the most horribly named fictional characters are coming to inspect your Pokémon collection. You’d better let them out of their Poké Balls before N arrives.
Jack? Jaaaack!!! Good Smile Company’s Nendoroid Raiden is ready to follow in the footsteps of his buddy Solid Snake. This collectible features Raiden as he appears in Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty, before he went cyber-emo.
Funko really knows how to make geeks happy by creating collectible action figures from some of the coolest TV shows and movies out there. Funko unveiled a new collection based on The Fifth Element not too long ago, and fans of Doctor Who can now get their hands on a collection based on their favorite show.
I’ve never played the Kingdom Hearts video game or watched it be played so I’m not sure what the deal is with all the black leather and chains. All I know is that each time I see Kingdom Hearts Mickey in his black leather and shiny buckles I think of the Pulp Fiction “bring out the gimp” scene.
Saturday Night Live’s Weekend Update is one of the great comedy franchises in history, and some amazing talent has sat behind the anchor desk. The show’s professional news mockers have included Chevy Chase, Bill Murray, Jane Curtin, Dennis Miller, Seth Myers and Jimmy Fallon.
The only time you will catch me slumming it with any show from The CW is catching up on Arrow and Flash via Hulu. I like both of those shows and each time I watch I think how much cooler the Arrow is than Hawkeye.
Game of Thrones fans can get their little grubby mitts on some new figurines from the show that will let you act out your Westeros wishes in a tiny form factor. These figurines stand 8-inches tall and are made out of non-phthalate materials.