NERF and Bungie have truly delivered with this 4-foot-long blaster inspired by the Gjallarhorn rocket launcher in Destiny 2. The limited-edition toy will be available to players who unlock it in the Bungie 30th Anniversary Pack by 7.7.22 at 9am PT, with pre-orders starting at 10am. Any remaining units will be available after 7.21.22.
Toymaker Super7 has launched a collection of retro-style ReAction figures inspired by classic Toho monster movies. The first wave of 3.75″ scale figures includes two versions of Godzilla, Mechagodzilla, Mothra, Jet Jaguar, and Rodan. Available individually, or in a complete set. Tiny Tokyo to stomp on not included.
While you could sip your coffee out of a regular Mr. Potato Head toy, it would probably leak all over the place and infuse melted plastic into your drink. On the other hand, this ceramic Mr. Potato Head mug is up to the task. It holds up to 18 oz. and has seven interchangeable face pieces made from heat-resistant, washable silicone.
Collectible toy maker NECA presents a very special action figure based on Drew Struzan’s poster for John Carpenter’s The Thing. The 7″ tall figure has a bright LED light in its head and interchangeable faceplates which replicate the poster’s iconic burst of light. Look for it exclusively on the 2022 convention circuit.
GlowBots answer the question “What if a Lite-Brite was shaped like a robot?” These customizable figures leave their design to your imagination. Each GlowBot comes with a perforated body with LED backlighting and 1200 glow pegs in four colors of your choice. Buy a three-pack and get all 24 colors.
AltDynamic’s Speedform pays homage to the iconic and curvaceous profile of the classic Porsche 911. Each one is machined from a solid block of aluminum and weighs in at a substantial 1.1 lb. The 6.5″ long sculpture is available in raw aluminum or one of several vibrant anodized colors. We’re partial to the blue, red, and orange.
Artist Madsaki is known for his sketch-style pop art. He’s also collaborated with Mattel Creations to make neon spray-painted figures of The Masters of the Universe. This vibrant Skeletor figure stands 11.8″ tall and comes with packaging that stands as a work of art. Pre-sales starts 4.29.22 at 9am PT, along with two special edition prints.
Good Smile Company does its best to make one of the creepiest creatures a little bit cuter. The Nendoroid version of the killer Xenomorph from Alien is fully articulated and includes disturbing accessories like an attachable inner mouth and a Facehugger and Chestburster you can attach to your other Nendoroid figures.
Etsy artist Thunktronix makes all kinds of fun pop culture figures cut from sheets of Plexiglass. Fans of the 1970s Schoolhouse Rock educational cartoons will love these designs based on I’m Just a Bill, Interplanet Janet, Verb, Suffragette Sarah, and the Conjunction Junction conductor.
Do you or your kids collect toy cars? This wall rack can hold up to 144 of your 1:64 scale rides like Hot Wheels or Matchbox cars, keeping them organized and dust-free. It’s made from clear, UV-protective acrylic and features angled parking spaces with a mirrored background. Measures 22.5″ H x 30.4″ W x 3″ D.
Enter the Grid with this sweet collectible piece inspired by the original Light Cycles from TRON. It accurately captures the primitive CGI graphics of the 1982 Disney classic, though this one is made from die-cast metal and ABS plastic instead of pixels. Measures 8.6″ L x 3.7″ H x 2″ D.
Did you ever get stuck on a tough boss battle and want to throw your video game console across the room? Well, now you can – without doing damage. Kidrobot’s 12″ plush version of the SEGA Genesis console includes a plug-in plush Sonic the Hedgehog game cartridge and a soft and squishy game controller.
We love the retro look of Super7’s ReAction figures. Now, you can pre-order a series of the 3.75″ articulated figures based on Who Framed Roger Rabbit. The collection includes Roger Rabbit, Jessica Rabbit, Judge Doom, Smarty, and Stupid, each in old-school packaging and ready for you to act out your own Toon Town drama.
LEGO expands its series of Star Wars mini helmet models with the addition of Luke Skywalker’s Red Five helmet, The Mandalorian’s helmet, and a Dark Trooper helmet. Each helmet measures appx. 7″ tall, and they range from 584 to 693 bricks. The see-through orange goggles on Luke’s Rebel helmet are particularly clever.
Kotobukiya teamed up with Lucasfilm Ltd. to create a collectible based on the iconic Yoda fountain located in the courtyard at the company’s Letterman Digital Arts Center. The 8.6″ tall cold-cast statue will be made in a limited run of just 1138 pieces, a nod to George Lucas’ first feature film THX-1138. Drops July 2022.
Handmade by Robots series of collectible toys is designed to look like it was handknit, but they’re actually sculpted and then molded from vinyl. We love these two figures based on Captain Kirk and Spock from Star Trek: The Original Series. They also make nifty Ghostbusters toys.
What could be better than a giant mechanical robot shark with laser cannon for arms and rockets for toes? A mech shark who also can save you in an emergency. This awesome 12″ vinyl toy comes from Merry Go Round and Momoco Studio. Naturally, it includes a tiny shark mech pilot.
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.