This fun little plaything lets you create simple animations by posing ten bendy rubber figures in front of a mirrored background, then spinning it. It’s a simple way to learn the basics of animation and also just a neat desk toy.
This incredible looking car is powered by tightly-wound elastic bands, can go up to 500 feet at up to 30mph, and can be steered via remote control. The 3D-printed car cost its makers $500, so don’t expect to find it in a toy store any time soon.
Based on the Helicarrier from The Avengers, this 2,996 pc., 31″ long LEGO set is insanely detailed, and includes tiny jets, trucks, and both minifigs and scale microfigures. Its rotors turn and can be upgraded with motors. Available March 2015.
A 1:12 scale remote-controlled Batmobile from Nolan’s Dark Knight trilogy. Use your iOS or Android device as the remote control, and toggle its lights, spoilers, engine sounds and more. Comes with a Batman action figure.
Turns out spinach works even on toys. Headplay Toys made this badass realistic 12″ Popeye the Sailor Man. Well, if you could call a man with arms twice the size of his thighs “realistic.” Limited to 500 units.
Have a very Mega Christmas with ThinkGeek’s officially licensed Mega Buster replica. It fits on either your left or right hand and has two different light and sound effect sets, one for a normal shot and one for a charged shot.
An R/C plane with a body made entirely out of carbon fiber, making it extremely durable yet lightweight. Its swappable battery lasts about 3min. per charge. It has a 640×480 camera, but you can’t stream the video feed live.
Believe it or not, that’s not a painting. Gunpla hobbyist mumumuno53 painted a Gundam action figure to make it look like a retro anime illustration. The cardboard props are nice touches. Or are they cardboard?
LEGO would never in a billion years even think of releasing Citizen Brick’s new LEGO-compatible playset. The Citizen Brick Center for the Performing Arts is “a place where dreamers can dream, and dancers can dance.”
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