The Toy Box is a weekly feature at /Film that will round up some of the newest and coolest collectibles, decorations, gadgets and other memorabilia that you nerds might want for your shelves.

Disney has a new batch of Sketchbook Ornaments for movies like The Lion King and Alice in Wonderland while LEGO has unveiled their official Adventure Time set. Nintendo has a new mini classic edition of their original system coming with 30 games pre-loaded on it and Nickelodeon has a new subscription box that will be debuting at Comic-Con. There are also new figures for Predator, Frozen, Star Wars Rebels and much more.

See everything in this edition of The Toy Box after the jump.

Star Wars: Battlefront – Hot Toys Jumptrooper 1/6 Scale Figure

If you’ve been playing the Electronic Arts video game Star Wars: Battlefront, then you’re very familiar with the Jumptrooper. Now the soldier from the Galactic Empire is getting its own sixth scale figure from Hot Toys that is one of their Toy Fair exclusives.

The Jumptrooper has weathered armor, a magnetically attached jetpack with thruster fire accessories, blasters, interchangeable hands, and a figure stand that allows for dynamic aerial poses. You can see all the accessories in display in the photo above. No price is available yet, but the figure is expected to arrive sometime later this year.


Frozen – Figma’s Elsa, The Snow Queen Figure

Figma has added Disney’s most recently popular princess to their figure line-up. Elsa, the Snow Queen from Frozen, is getting her own detailed toy with some awesome accessories.

In addition to being fully poseable, Elsa also comes with three face plates: a sidelong glance, a smiling expression, and a singing face for when your kids want to play “Let It Go” over and over again. As you can see, there are also snow effect parts to attach to her hands, and her snowman buddy Olaf as well. Each of the figures have movable eyeballs to make their poses that much better looking.

The figure is expected to be available in December this year, and will run you $99 at Big Bad Toy Store.

Predator – NECA’s Stalker Predator and Accessory Pack

NECA is bringing some new Predator goods to the table at San Diego Comic-Con next week. The good news is these items will be present at the show, but they’re not exclusives. The above photos are previews of the new Stalker Predator which glows in the dark and a whole accessory pack featuring ripped skulls on spines, a couple different blast effects and a skinned body. There’s even a xenomorph skull as well. Pre-orders for the accessory pack are starting soon, so stay tuned to the NECA Twitter feed for more.

Star Wars: DKE Toys “Wars Not Make One Great” Yoda from Free Humanity

This is certainly one of the more unique Star Wars toys you’ll be able to pick up at San Diego Comic-Con next week. Artist Free Humanity has created 50 of these “Wars Not Make One Great” editions of the Jedi Master Yoda. It’s the Power of the Force figure from the 1990s, but with the custom accessories of a paint bucket and roller, making it look like he created the graffiti of his own quote in the special packaging that has been hand stenciled, splattered and signed.

Each figure will cost $100 exclusively at Booth #5045 at San Diego Comic-Con.

Ghostbusters and Justice League Mighty Meeples from Cryptozoic

For those who don’t know, meeples are little wood figures used to play various board games. And it turns out some companies like making custom meeples that may not necessarily be used to play games but just look good sitting on a shelf. The company Crytozoic has a couple new sets of meeples coming out this fall for two fan favorite franchises.

First up, Ghostbusters is getting an Ecto-1 collector’s tin that has all four of the original Ghostbusters, Slimer and a large Stay Puft Marshmallow Man. In addition, a Hall of Justice collector’s tin will come with the seven original members of the Justice League from DC Comics. Both of the sets will be available sometime this fall.

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