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The New Ninja Turtles Metalhead Rocks

Some new TMNT figures have started showing up at retail, including a new take on the Turtles’ classic robotic ally, Metalhead.

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The Hobbit’s Goblin King Makes For One Ugly (And Awesome) Toy

The first deluxe set in The Hobbit toy line from The Bridge Direct features the bloated, grotesque and perfectly-executed Goblin King from the new movie.

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A New Scale Offers Big Potential For DC Collectibles

DC Collectibles tries their hand at a new scale, with a pair of Convention exclusive Green Lantern figure two-packs that are packed with the promise of an exciting new series.

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Hasbro Brings Old Man Logan To Life

Mark Millar’s Old Man Logan storyline gets immortalized in Hasbro’s Marvel Universe collection.

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The Hobbit Toy Line Brings You To Middle Earth and Back Again

Over a decade after the seminal Lord of the Rings movie and toy line were released, The Hobbit is ready to hit theaters and The Bridge Direct has launched a new toy line which feels like a direct extension of the legendary Toy Biz collection.

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Mattel Does He-Man Justice In September -Part Three

Like the rest of the September offerings for Masters of the Universe Classics, there are pluses and minuses to be had with the Snake Men two-pack, but the good outweighs the bad, regardless of the toy’s sinister allegiances.

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Mattel Does He-Man Justice In September -Part Two

While the threat of paint scrapping off loomed over our collective heads, the Masters of the Universe September releases themselves came out fairly well, and while I do have to treat these guys with kid gloves, I can’t help but think they still look and pose amazingly. Mekaneck was outstanding, but Dragon Blaster Skeletor was no slouch, either.

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Mattel Does He-Man Justice In September -Part One

September’s Masters of the Universe Classics gave us three incredible releases. A one-month lineup that delivers Dragon Blaster Skeletor and a pair of cool Snake Men troop builders would be cool on its own, but the fact that Mattel also pushed up the release of Mekaneck really puts September over the top.

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It’s Tough To Care About Sir Laser Lot

Sir Laser-Lot is the lone August release for Masters of the Universe Classics line. Given how polarizing The Mighty Spector was, one can expect the same of SLL. He is the creation of DC Comics head honcho Geoff Johns, and much like Spector, SLL is the from the imagination of Geoff as a young child, rather than the collective intellect of the man he is today. This may help or hurt the character from a creative standpoint, but does it translate well into a toy in this particular line? Read on.

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Infinite Earths Brings Black Mask To Batman’s Rogues Gallery

DC Club Infinite Earths brought neo- Batvillain Black Mask to the Classics collection, delivering a fantastic new headsculpt by the Four Horsemen… and not much else we haven’t seen before.

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