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.
Our Japanese counterparts always seem to get the best collector’s editions, and this one for Resident Evil 5 is no different; it comes with a USB drive disguised as a T-virus vial.
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.
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.
If you liked his steel-tipped markers, Krink is releasing a special pair of Nike Air Force 1s 11/29; it features his signature dripping ink stripes as well as a handmade silver marker.
Damien Hirst’s art usually requires an 8 figure salary, but these Levi’s jeans are relatively affordable at $240; they come with Hirst buttons on the fly and skull embroidery on the back.
Distiling an entire culture into caricatures is no small task, but “Gaijin” Peter Machat’s 51 Japanese Characters collectible postcards have done just that: they’re limited to 500 pieces.
Though we’ve seen Master Chief figs in the past, this Halo 3 Legendary Collection statue is our favorite, if only for the inclusion of infection form Floods cleverly “levitated” from the base.
A three-way collab between Gravis, In4mation and Diamond Supply, the Trekker Bag is now available; this cavernous bag is still small enough for carry-ons and sports Diamond-branded wheels.
CoolerMaster is banking on the collectibles market with their limited “Black” edition Cosmos cases, due out on 12/11 with a black paint job, tinted side panel and improved cooling.
Available November 24th, Tokyoplastic’s Koguma vinyl features a swiveling high-tech chair and a tubby bear soakin’ up tunes; it’ll come in both red and super limited white colorways.
Designed by legendary artist Michael Lau (check out his Kubrick figures here), Juno x Soft Hard is commemorative set based off Hong Kong celeb Juno Mak’s “Lam Man Lung” music video.
We’re having a hard time choosing just one of these three Batman Uni-Formz urban vinyls; thankfully, you can get ’em in a limited-run “Statues Case” that includes six of the 8″ figures.
As if the regular Dark Knight Blu-ray version wasn’t compelling enough, this two-disc limited edition set is available 12/9 and comes with a Bat Pod and display stand: daddy wants.
We can’t deny the heritage of these adidas aZX ZX8000s; the right shoe sports adi designer Jacques Chassaing, while the left features reissues master Markus Thaler. Thanks, Verto!
These Nike Zoom Business LeBrons are some of the slickest we’ve seen, with luxury pin-striped fabrics and a sweet colorway. They’ll launch 10/25 in six different locations across the US.
Available as of today, these OriginalFake x Nike Air Max sneakers keep the branding to a minimum with KAWS signature Xs; you can pick them up at Nike Sportswear in NY and LA.
They won’t be released until March 2009, but this 400% Daft Punk Be@rbrick twin pack is all kinds of awesome; they stand 28cm tall. If you can’t wait, you can get ’em in Japan on 10/24.
Wow–check out the detail on our favorite mindless Gears of War juggernaut, Boomer; polystone makes all the intricate lines possible. Choose from bronze or platinum; it’s available 11/08.
Sick of the moon, with its craters and… moonliness? This Moon Hater Death Ray is a supersized version of Weta’s Blunderbuss, with a sweet steampunk design that will send Luna packin’.
Making the leap from pixel to real life, eBoy (of Pixel Poster fame) has dropped a limited run Blockbob Toy; made of Swiss maple, it separates into three pieces and comes signed.
This tennis sneaker collab between Alife Rivington Cub and Lacoste looks great, with high-contrast colorways. The white and red are already sold out, but black and purple are still available.
Luke Skywalker ain’t got nothin’ on Buck Rogers, the original 1920s sci-fi action hero. This 1:6 scale figure is available for preorder and includes a jet pack and atomic disintegrator gun.
Kitbashes, repaints, mods–whatever you call ’em, these custom action figures have us drooling. From Transformers and Star Wars to Manga Spawn(!), there’s something for everyone.
This Cylon Raider Artisan Replica is about as close to real thing as you’d want to get; made for the reimagined Battlestar Galactica, it’ll include a random signature from the cast.
Australian Ashley Wood has just released his Deep Powder edition MK 2 Bramble bots; these will be his last for some time, and with only 200 available, preorder these 15″ robots ASAP.
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