The Horde get a new member in Kronis’ partner-in-crime Cy-Chop, the fifth figure in Mattel’s 30th Anniversary collection, which has delivered figures ranging from the amazing Draego-Man to the much-lambasted Mighty Spector. How does Cy-Chop compare to his fellow 30th Anniversary Masters? Read on to find out.
NECA releases the first two figures from their Prometheus series, including two versions of the Engineers that are every bit as well-realized as the film’s stunning visuals.
The Snake Men gains their general, Rattlor as part of this month’s Club Eternia subscription, but while he looks amazing, the former Snake Man is marred by poor logistic concerns, like his two fellow October figures.
The latest DC Bishoujo statue from Kotobukiya brings us The Joker’s main squeeze Harley Quinn, with two display options and one big mallet.
Temple of Darkness Sorceress is Mattel’s Power Con/ New York Comic Con exclusive for 2012, and while she may be seen as a straight-up Sorceress repaint, there are a couple of changes that fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on how much you love the original) improve on the first Sorceress. She loses her bird form and…
Poison Ivy is one of the last major Batman villains to appear in Mattel’s DC Universe collection, but the plant-based eco-terrorist makes her debut as the October figure in the Club Infinite Earths series.
Mattel’s Infinite Earths subscription delivers another long-awaited figure to the DC Universe, and Elasti-Girl starts to round out the Doom Patrol.
The Bridge Direct is making a smart move with their Hobbit toy line, by offering both 3.75″ figures and a second line of 6″ scale figures, the perfect extension of the amazing Lord of the Rings collection by Toy Biz.
The second wave of McFarlane Toys’ The Waking Dead TV figures is hitting shelves, and it’s just as much a mixed bag as the second season of the hit AMC series.
Diamond released a Creature From The Black Lagoon bust/ bank, that’s so cool, it definitely deserves a place in the collection of any fan of the Universal monster.
Just in time for Halloween, the good people at Mezco have released an absolutely stunning figure based on Frankenstein’s iconic monster. Although they went with a stylized and unique take on the beloved character, the monster retains all the classic charm that makes his design so timeless and wonderful.
Some new TMNT figures have started showing up at retail, including a new take on the Turtles’ classic robotic ally, Metalhead.
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.
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.
Mark Millar’s Old Man Logan storyline gets immortalized in Hasbro’s Marvel Universe collection.