Kotobukiya ARTFX+ line has added X-Men ’92 – sculptures based on the Saturday morning cartoon that aired on Fox. They look just like the characters we watched battle against Magneto, Mister Sinister, and the forces behind The Mutant Registration Act.
This nearly 2 foot tall rendition of the anime character gets the details right, and doesn’t overcomplicate his design.
Add some calming Dude energy to your home or desk with this meditating take on the favorite character – complete with his favorite White Russian in hand.
Figs in Revoltech’s Amazing Yamaguchi line are well known for their possibility and exaggerated sculpts. They’ve added a Batman fig that has an awesome cape, and it perfect for those that like to give their figs dynamic display poses.
Soon you’ll be able to fight your Nerf battles with iconic weapons from Overwatch. D.Va’s blaster is the second in the line to be announced – and it comes complete with the bunny charm in the game.
Do you miss the more carefree, fun DC before they became all gritty, all the time? This fun, light hearted statue featuring Superman and Batman was made for you.
This take on Jason Voorhees from Mezco is confusingly adorable and terrifying at the same time with its doll-like proportions and built in sound effects. A fun piece for horror collectors wanting something different.
Jason Fabok has worked on DC books including Batman, JLA, Wonder Woman, and The Flash. He’s also done concept work for the DC Essentials action figure line. In this behind the scenes look he walks us through the design process that action figures go through before they wind up in our collections.
This time last year Lego approved an Ideas proposal for a Voltron kit that comes apart just like the hero robot. The kit they’ve made blows the prototype out of the water.
Sideshow’s Premium Format figs are some of the best in the business – are masterfully sculpted, and have a lot of elements that really set them apart. This take on God of Thunder is no exception.
Fans will be able to show their fandom with new figs, statues, and collectables from the well known toy company.
Starting early next year you’ll be able to fight your Nerf battles with iconic weapons from Overwatch, the immensely popular video game. The first blaster you can pick up is based on Reaper’s Hellfire Shotgun.