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 »
The second season of The Mandalorian has been in our rearview mirror for sometime now. Even though Hasbro was able to keep up with each new episodes by debuting weekly waves of Star Wars merchandise inspired by each episode of the second season, other toy and collectible creators had to wait a little bit longer in order to avoid any major leaks. That’s why many of The Mandalorian season 2 Funko POPs have only just now been revealed, including Ahsoka Tano, Boba Fett, Bo-Katan, and much more Grogu. Read More »
If you’re a Spider-Man fan, hopefully you have some money saved up to get your hands on the largest Marvel LEGO set that the building brick company has ever released.
The LEGO Group has revealed a Daily Bugle LEGO set, a massive scene featuring a bunch of Spider-Man’s most infamous foes attacking the newspaper office as Peter Parker’s co-workers are hard at work publishing the latest photos of the webslinger. This is one of the coolest comic book LEGO sets we’ve ever seen. Read More »
Back in the fall of 2019, the collectible toy makers at Super7 announced a new line of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures based on the original Playmates action figures released back in the 1990. Unfortunately, all four of the turtles have come and gone over the past year and a half, and if you missed the pre-order window for them you were out of luck. But that’s changed for a limited time with Super7 re-releasing the Ultimates versions of all four of the heroes in a half-shell. Read More »
If you don’t know a giant dwarf named Eitri who can build you an Infinity Gauntlet to harness the power of the Infinity Stones, we have good news. LEGO is releasing a building brick version of the golden glove from Avengers: Infinity War that you can put together yourself.
The LEGO Infinity Gauntlet is a 590-piece version of the powerful object that allows Thanos to wield the Infinity Stones and snap half of the universe out of existence. Complete with moveable fingers, the LEGO Infinity Gauntlet measure over one foot high and can sit on a sturdy base for display, or it can be posed in the fateful snap that completely changed the world. Check it out below. Read More »
After previously releasing a LEGO set of the famous Friends coffee shop Central Perk, the building brick company is making an even bigger playset inspired by the hit NBC sitcom that practically defined the 1990s.
LEGO has announced the forthcoming arrival of a Friends apartment LEGO set, featuring both Rachel and Monica’s apartment and Joey and Chandler’s apartment, as well as the little hallway in-between them and the balcony where they spied on the naked guy. It’s packed with tons of references to some of your most favorite episodes, and it comes with an entirely new set of minifigures of the show’s cast, and even a bonus character (but you’re not going to be happy to see her). Check it out below! Read More »
It’s been two years since Avengers: Endgame delivered an epic end to The Infinity Saga of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Tony Stark sacrificed himself in order to save the world and bring everybody back that Thanos snapped out of existence for five years. Now Marvel Legends is finally giving fans the chance to recreate that moment on their collectible shelf with a new action figure two-pack of Iron Man and Thanos, each battle-damaged with an assembly of accessories. Read More »
Now that Clone Force 99 is out there on new missions in the wake of The Clone Wars, it’s time for them to head into action with a new LEGO set of their own attack shuttle from Star Wars: The Bad Batch, the new animated series from Disney+. Featuring minifigures of all five of the titular Clone Troopers, the 969-piece LEGO set is perfect for Star Wars fans of all ages. Check it out below. Read More »
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Last year, Playmobil released a Back to the Future playset featuring the Doc Brown, Marty McFly and the DeLorean time machine. Considering the kid friendly style of these toys, it was an impressive little vehicle with a surprising number of accessories inspired by the time travel franchise. Now the German toy maker is time traveling again.
Playmobil is releasing two new Back to the Future playsets. There’s one inspired by the “future” of Back to the Future Part II with a playset inspired by the hoverboard chase in Hill Valley town square, and then we have a new vehicle playset inspired by the end of the original Back to the Future (which is also the beginning of the sequel), when a little change in history back in 1955 made Marty McFly’s present day life in 1985 a little bit sweeter. Check out the new Playmobil Back to the Future playsets below. Read More »
It’s been nearly 10 years since LEGO created a big building set that let you assemble R2-D2 from the Star Wars saga. But today, a new R2-D2 LEGO set was revealed by the building brick company in honor of Lucasfilm’s ongoing celebration for their 50th anniversary. Though it doesn’t carry the Ultimate Collector Series label, this is a LEGO set for master builders, and you can check it out below. Read More »