If you loved Rogue One: A Star Wars Story but missed out on picking up Hasbro’s line of Star Wars Black Series action figures a inspired by the movie, we have good news. Thanks to photoreal sculpting technology, Hasbro has been re-releasing updated versions of Star Wars Black Series figures with head sculpts that much more closely resemble the actors from the movies. The latest round is a refreshed wave of Rogue One Star Wars Black Series action figures, including some characters who never made it to shelves the first time. Read More »
Ghostbusters Day happened earlier this week, and for the most part, it came and went without much excitement. For some reason, the Ghostbusters: Afterlife featurette that recently debuted arrived the day after the annual celebration, and fans hoping for a new trailer were extremely disappointed. Thankfully, we have some new Ghostbusters action figures that were revealed to hold us over for now. Read More »
McFarlane Toys has been churning out tons of action figures inspired by the DC Comics Multiverse, ranging from characters inspired by feature films to animated shows and everything in between. Now the toy company is digging back into the Batman television series from 1966 to deliver a new wave of action figures, as well as a Batcave playset and classic Batmobile. Check out the new line of McFarlane Toys 1966 Batman action figures. Read More »
While the Marvel Cinematic Universe has been dominating the superhero genre for over a decade now, Amazon Prime has carved out their own niche of violent, controversial, and raunchy superheroes with the adaptation of The Boys. But no matter how mature The Boys gets, the show isn’t too grown up for NECA to deliver a line of action figures inspired by the superhero team known as The Seven. Get a look at the first two action figures for the insane, indestructible Homelander (Antony Starr) and the morally conflicted Starlight (Erin Moriarty). Read More »
Even though Mattel isn’t making as much noise as Hasbro, McFarlane Toys, and NECA when it comes to making action figures from movies and TV shows we love, they have a handful of releases that collectors may want to keep an eye out for. Over the past couple years, Mattel has been releasing six-inch action figures inspired by the Jurassic Park franchise. Dubbed the Amber Collection, the figures come with a solid head sculpts and a decent amount of accessories, and two more characters from the original Jurassic Park are coming to shelves soon. Read More »
The Suicide Squad is coming to theaters and HBO Max at the end of the summer, and fans are eager to see what Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn does with the gang of villainous DC Comics misfits. Even though many of the characters will probably die, some of them can live forever on your shelf thanks to The Suicide Squad action figures on the way from McFarlane Toys. Easily the most coveted figure will be the beefy King Shark, but there’s bad news for fans who want the finned fiend. Read More »
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone found The Boy Who Lived and his two closest companions embarking on a journey deep into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to stop the theft of the magical artifact that has the power to grant eternal life. One of the most challenging obstacles was a life-size game of Wizard’s Chess that put Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger in mortal danger. Now you can play a game yourself, but first you get to build this LEGO Harry Potter Wizard’s Chess set yourself. Read More »
The Empire Strikes Back introduced us to an intimidating new setting. Whenever Darth Vader isn’t leading troops across the galaxy in the name of the Galactic Empire, he’s taking time to himself in a meditation chamber where he’s able to remove that terrifying helmet and unwind. You may recall it is here that he grows tired of Admiral Ozzel’s incompetence and uses the Force to choke him to death.
Now you can construct the LEGO version of Darth Vader’s meditation chamber for your building brick collection. And yes, Admiral Ozzel (R.I.P.) makes an appearance in this set. Read More »
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After reaching back into the Iron Man franchise for a new wave of Marvel Legends figures inspired by the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Hasbro is also turning a couple more characters from the Thor franchise into action figures.
Digging back into the original Thor, we’re finally getting an action figure of Anthony Hopkins as Thor’s powerful father Odin. But if you’re looking for a towering villain for Thor to go up against on your collectible shelf, you can bring the molten villain Surtur from Thor: Ragnarok to your shelf. Read More »
Hasbro’s Marvel Legends line has been filling in the gaps of their action figure line-up inspired by The Infinity Saga, and with the latest additions, they’re reaching back into the original Iron Man franchise.
First up, there’s an Iron Man Mark III figure with all-new armor accessories and a face sculpt of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark. But Iron Man needs a big bad to go up against, so Marvel Legends has also released a two-pack of Jeff Bridges as Obadiah Stane along with his hulking Iron Monger armor suit. And finally, Happy Hogan is joining the fight, along with the Iron Man Mark 21 armor as seen in Iron Man 3. Read More »