Designed to look like the ominous Borg Cube, this awesome advent calendar is packed with 24 quality Star Trek collectibles from Eaglemoss. Gifts include console screen drink coasters, Enterprise-D socks, a First Warp Flight commemorative espresso cup, and many other surprises.
This 1:9-scale figure envisions Iron Man as a medieval knight. The costume brilliantly melds European armor with Iron Man’s red-and-gold color scheme and Infinity Stone jewel tones. It has 19 points of articulation, an LED arc reactor, a sword, shield, and spear. The Deluxe Version adds a jet pack, firearms, effects, and more.
A monochrome take on one of Batman’s baddest looks ever. Sculpted by Alterton Bizarre, this black-and-white polyresin statue stands 7.25″ tall and does a great job capturing the technical juggernaut looks of the armored Batsuit from Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. Limited to 5,000 pieces.
This isn’t the first LEGO Imperial Walker, but it’s the most impressive. UCS model 75313 has 6785 pieces and stands 25″ tall. Details include poseable legs, moving cannons, a Minifig-scale interior, two speeder bikes, and more. Among its nine Minifigs us Luke Skywalker with a tow cable for him to hang from. Drops 11.26.2021.
To celebrate 25th years of Pokémon, Baccarat enlisted artist Hiroshi Fujiwara to create an extraordinary collectible. Limited to 25 pieces, the 11.8″ tall crystal Pikachu weighs 18.2 lb. and sells for $25,000. For those looking for something more affordable, there’s a 5.8″ tall Pikachu for $440 and a 2.75″ Poké Ball for $410.
If Super Mario Bros. and Tetris did a crossover, it might look something like this tabletop accent light. The set comes with 16 double-sided and stackable light blocks which you can mix and match to create your own custom 8-bit game level. Makes a great gift for any Nintendo fan.
It’s time to crack open your piggy banks so you can add these official Squid Game Funko Pop figures to your collection. The series includes five of the show’s main characters, including players 456, 001, 199, 067, and 218, as well as a circle-masked worker. Pre-orders start shipping March 2022. Also available in a 6-pack.
These limited-edition tiki mugs feature fantastically creepy sculpts inspired by Halloween III: Season of the Witch. With a snake winding through their ceramic heads, the jack-o’-lantern, skull, and witch look even more awesome stacked for display. Pre-orders start at 12pm CT 10.26.2021 at Mondo, shipping 5.2022.
The Needler is one of our favorite weapons in the Halo universe. With its funky alien looks and vibrant seeker shards, it’s unlike any game weapon before it. Now NERF is making an official blaster based on the in-game weapon. The motorized blaster fires 10 NERF Elite darts in rapid succession, and it lights up brilliantly in display mode.
This collectible book set offers an in-depth look behind the creation of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Authors Tara Bennett and Paul Terry were given unprecedented access at Marvel Studios, filling two volumes with over 500 production photos, and 200 interviews with the staff, cast, and crew for all 23 movies in The Infinity Saga.
Kidrobot presents a soft and squishy replica of the Hover Board that Marty McFly swipes and rides in Back to the Future II. Measuring 28″ long, the plush and colorful version of the board is a perfect match to the floating movie prop, minus the original’s Mattel logo.
Mondo teamed up with artist Attack Peter to create this very special and unique Godzilla collectible. The figure is decorated in a black-and-white line art style inspired by the sgrafitto technique used in ceramics. Drops 10.5.2021 at 12pm CDT on MondoShop.com. Limited to 2000 pieces. Ships Summer 2022.
Inspired by the iconic logo of J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions comes an awesome collectible toy of the little red robot with the spring sticking out of its head. The die-cast and plastic action figure has 24 points of articulation, and the back of its head opens to reveal the inner workings of the Bad Robot’s mind.
The Dude abides as a 1/6th-scale figure that’s a dead ringer for Jeff Bridges’ iconic character from The Big Lebowski. The 12″ tall figure offers lots of articulation and includes nine different hands, including a bowling ball hand and white Russian hands. The Sideshow version comes with an exclusive hand holding a joint.
We’ve built our share of LEGO models over the years, but we’re nowhere nearly as obsessed with the bricks as Jordan aka Bricksie is. In this video, he shows off his collection, which includes a massive LEGO city in the center of the room, surrounded by hundreds of LEGO cars, spaceships, and sculptures filling his bookshelves.
Artist Adi Granov designed this awesome steampunk variant of the Dark Lord of the Sith. The 1/7th-scale figure features lots of great details including brass-finish rivets on Vader’s helmet and pauldrons, and a steam-powered machine to help keep the Imperial leader alive. Pre-orders start shipping 11.2021.
We love the look of Geeki Tikis’ ceramic tiki tumblers, but if you’d prefer something more kid-friendly and portable, check out these versions that are made from BPA-free plastic. They feature the same awesome designs, but are far less fragile, and have a screw-on top with a reusable straw. Not dishwasher or microwave safe.
Running from 5.5 to 5.13.21, RM Sotheby’s “Handle with Fun” auction is filled with unique and quirky automobiles, Americana, and more. Among the lots is a World’s Fair Mold-a-Rama machine, a 1994 Subaru Sambar that looks like a VW microbus, a space ship kiddie ride, unique vending machines and toy collections.
We can think of few better characters to make tiki mugs of than the residents of Bikini Bottom. Created by designer Joe Allard and sculpted by Ramirez Studios for Mondo, the series includes a squared-off 32oz. SpongeBob, a 25oz. Patrick Star, and a 30oz. version of Squidward’s Moai house.
Candylab celebrates a staple of modern dining, the food truck. Among their wonderful collection of wooden toy cars, you’ll find this series of box trucks, featuring delicious treats like burgers, hot dogs, pretzels, ice cream, and more. They look great with LEGO minifigs lined up and waiting to chow down.
This awesome 1/8th-scale metal model from Eaglemoss’ Die-Cast Club is a perfect replica of the iconic Eleanor Mustang from Gone in 60 Seconds. The finished car measures 22.9″ long and weighs 17.6 lb, and is quite the investment of time and money, with its parts arriving in small kits which arrive over the course of 27 months.
UK shop The Teeny Tiny Canvas Co. makes miniature photo-quality prints on canvas and displayed on mini easels. They offer a wide variety of designs inspired by pop culture, including classic images from movies and comic books. They also can make custom prints from your own images.
These miniature 3D collectibles are inspired by Topps’ classic Wacky Packages bubble gum. There are 60 parody products in Series 1 and 72 in Series 2, as well as some rare variants. Some of our favorites include Cap’N Crud Cereal, Moron Salt, and Skimpy peanut butter. Sold in 5-, 15-, and 20-piece blind box assortments.
Idaho artist Thunktronix makes playful pixel-art sculptures of characters from video games and pop culture. Each of the sprites is made from 1/4″-thick plexiglass which has been decorated with translucent colors on back. Robotron, Donkey Kong, and the Mooninites from Aqua Teen Hunger Force are among our favorites.
Funko has revealed a collection of POP! vinyl figures, inspired by the characters on the classic 1990s sitcom Seinfeld. Jerry, Elaine, Kramer, and George are all here, wearing memorable costumes, including the Puffy Shirt and Urban Sombrero. Newman and the Soup Nazi also make appearances. Shipping starts 5.2021.