While we’ve never seen the Overman King Gainer anime series, this poseable Revoltech XAN figure looks good enough to eat, with a metallic blue paintjob and 3 sets of extra hands.
An affordable version of The Unnatural Selector, Dr. Grordbort’s Wave Disrupter only measures 3″ yet shows an amazing amount of detail; it’s limited to a run of 900 pieces.
This meticulously detailed 1:4 Blackbeard Premium Format figure not only stands 20″ tall, but is packing some serious weaponry, with seven pistols, a bloodied cutlass and a 10″ cannon.
Like Build-A-Bear for geeks, Robot Galaxy lets you build your own ‘bots from a variety of bodies, arms and legs; you can even go online to get new sound effects, eye colors and voices.
Huck Gee is dropping an extremely limited run of 10 hand-painted Thundersticks figures on 12/12 at their eBay store; he’s decked out in body armor with two cleavers and a spiked flail.
And a million fans cried out in joy: eFx Collectibles’ 23″ long X-Wing is based on the original miniature, with S-foils that open and close and Luke Skywalker in the cockpit. Thanks, Pek!
We first mistook this for an Iron Man statue, but it’s actually a villain from Marvel’s Thor universe called The Destroyer; true to form, it’s studded head to toe with rivets and spikes.
You have to be pretty lazy to need a device to throw paper airplanes, but this Paper Plane Launcher is an ideal gift for office workers; it’ll shoot paper death at speeds of up to 30mph.
Bats, skulls, spiders and a wicked deck: Skate Bat has got it all, so it’s too bad this 7″ figure is limited to only five pieces. However, a second colorway is planned for Spring 2009.
If the $260k pricetag on Chevy’s C6RS Corvette gives your wallet hurtin’, Ridemakerz’ 1/14th scale models are a bit more affordable, with both remote-controlled and free-wheel chassis.
The Spirit’s Octopus character is indisputably cool (hell, it IS Samuel L. Jackson); Hot Toys is releasing a smokin’ 1:6 scale figure with two four-barreled shotguns and revolvers.
Dalek has just dropped a hot black colorway for his famous Teddy Troops line over at adFunture; nothing but love for the two sets of sharp teeth, blood splatters and glowing red eyes.
Made for Disney’s Experiment 626 Tour, we’re digging everything about this Ultra Iron Stitch by Ultraman from the rivets down to the tribal patterns; it’s on display at DNM in Hong Kong.
We’ve had our beady eyes (and pointy ears) on this Star Trek Mark IX Tricorder for awhile; it’ll finally be available in December. In the meantime, check out the early video review above.
Weather tough economic times and simultaneously enjoy some good ol’ coin-op nostalgia with these Arcade Piggy Banks; they’re available in either Tetris or Breakout versions.
After bemoaning the lack of a hidden volcanic base in Mastermind, lo and behold we stumbled across an actual LEGO Volcano Base, complete with laser cannon and lava pit of death.
Futurama’s “A Tale of Two Santas” is one of our favorite episodes, so we’re itching to get our mitts on this two-fer, which includes both the bad and the ugly: Robot Santa and Santa Bender.
Part Wolverine and part Creature from the Black Lagoon, “Midnight Snack” Muraida is clad in a black colorway with 6 articulation points; it’s limited to 200 pieces and goes on sale 11/28 here.
We’ve never thought of Mickey as menacing, but this Transformers x Disney mashup (available Feb. 2009) still looks pretty cool: it actually transforms between semi and robot form.
He may be limited to a single motor, but for $30, Co-Robot does a fair amount of domo arigato, Mr. Roboto: the little guy walks, dances and even picks himself up if he falls.
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