By the Power of Grayskull! Mondo has announced a new line of Masters of the Universe action figures in a details sixth scale line that comes with an incredible array of accessories worthy of only the most powerful of Eternia.
Check out the images of the first of Mondo Masters of the Universe action figures line-up. Read More »
Today’s toy collectors are spoiled with tons of different options when it comes to finding your favorite characters from film in the form of a detailed and accurate action figure. But there was a time when McFarlane Toys was one of the few companies making these toys for adult collectors. And now they’re bringing back one of their most beloved toy lines for fans to enjoy once again: Movie Maniacs.
If you don’t know about the McFarlane Toys Movie Maniacs action figures, find out more below. Read More »
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story surprised fans by revealing Darth Vader’s foreboding castle on Mustafar, and now you can build the residence of the Dark Lord of the Sith from the comfort of your own home.
LEGO has announced a new playset of Darth Vader’s castle, a building that looks quite menacing from the outside, especially with the lava flowing right through the middle of it. Plus, the set comes with some cool minifigures and LEGO accessories that Darth Vader fans will love. See photos of the Darth Vader Castle LEGO set below. Read More »
Winterfell is opening its doors to the masses. Finally, we unwashed peasants can traverse the great halls of Winterfell and the dank hallways of Castle Black with the launch of Game of Thrones Legacy, a tourist experience that opens the Northern Ireland sets of Game of Thrones to tourists. The Legacy experience will launch in 2019, which gives you ample time before the final season of Game of Thrones premieres sometime in spring 2019.
But, if you can’t afford a ticket to Ireland right at this moment, there’s another Game of Thrones-related purchase you can make while biding your time for the eighth and final season: more Funko Pops, including one of A Song of Ice and Fire author George R.R. Martin. Maybe if you yell at his toy, he’ll write faster.
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The Jurassic Park line of Funko POP figures hit shelves earlier this year, including an extremely popular and hard to find sexy version of Jeff Goldblum as an injured Ian Malcolm. But one of the characters missing from the line-up, much to the chagrin of Laura Dern fans, was paleobotanist Dr. Ellie Sattler. Thankfully, she has joined the rest of the big-headed Jurassic Park collectible figures, and she comes with the best accessory of them all: a Jurassic Park Funko POP Jeep Read More »
There are plenty of Star Wars LEGO sets out there, but there has never been one as adorable as this.
LEGO is bringing a life-size, building brick version of the flightless bird known as a Porg to shelves this fall, and there’s no way Chewbacca is going to be eating this thing. Read More »
UPDATE: If you missed out on these figures from San Diego Comic-Con, you now have another opportunity to get them. Get all the details on how you can pre-order them below.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles were all the rage when I was a kid. Not only was there the live-action film adaptation from 1990 that I could rewatch on VHS every day, but there was an animated series that I could watch when there were still cartoons playing all over the place every Saturday morning. And while there were plenty of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures that I collected over the years, I was always disappointed that none of them looked like how the turtles appeared in the movies. If you felt the same way, the good news is we don’t have to feel that disappointment anymore.
NECA has announced another one of their San Diego Comic-Con exclusives, and it’s a four-pack of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, sculpted and styled exactly how they appeared in the 1990s live-action movie. They even come inside of a package that looks like the original VHS slip case for the video tape. These might be the best Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie action figures ever made. Read More »
Last week, you might have been weirded out by Funko’s release of a certain set of action figures in their Savage World line-up that turned iconic slashers like Michael Myers and Jason Vorhees into post-apocalyptic, pulp fiction style action figures with some of the biggest muscles you’ve ever seen. The line is inspired by the classic Masters of the Universe figures from decades ago, and thankfully, a more appropriate brand name is getting the Savage World treatment for fans to collect.
Thundercats is one of the most beloved animated shows of the 1980s, and since the character designs weren’t far off in style from the super ripped characters of Masters of the Universe, they’re the perfect intellectual property to get their own Savage World action figures. Check them out below. Read More »
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Do you remember the old Masters of the Universe action figures that gave the characters impossibly buff bodies for kids to play out epic fantasy fights on the living room floor? Well, those retro designs for action figures are being brought back for a new line of figures from Funko called Savage World. The toy line will give characters from the likes of Thundercats and Conan the Barbarian the buff treatment, and that makes perfect sense. But part of this new action figure line-up is positively perplexing.
Funko has unveiled a line of Savage World Horror figures that give the buff body action figure treatment to some of horror’s most iconic slashers. So for those of you who have always wanted to see insanely muscular versions of the killers from Texas Chainsaw Massacre, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Halloween, Hellraiser and Friday the 13th, these action figures are for you. Read More »
There are countless LEGO sets giving us building brick versions of characters, vehicles and settings from the Star Wars universe. However, they’re rarely as massive and extensive as this recently announced set recreating some of the most iconic moments from The Empire Strikes Back.
LEGO has revealed a new playset called Betrayal at Cloud City and the 2,812 piece-set allows fans to build and recreate all of the key scenes set in the city controlled by Lando Calrissian. Plus, it has scale versions of Boba Fett’s ship Slave I, the Cloud Car and a dozen and a half minifigures, including multiple versions of Han Solo and Princess Leia. Check out the photos of the new Cloud City LEGO set below to see how awesome this thing is. Read More »