A 100% Kubrick (2.4-inch) two-pack featuring French electronic music duo Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter in their TRON: Legacy get up. They don’t light up though.
Gaming Heads’ follow-up to the official Team Fortress 2 Heavy statue is none other than the rocket-jumping Soldier. The exclusive edition will have both the rocket launcher and the Direct Hit.
The ultimate TRON:Legacy collectible features a tiny Sam Flynn atop his black light cycle. The 1/6th scale replica includes a detailed Flynn figurine, LED light-up suit and light cycle. Ships Q3 2011.
Yeah, yeah, grown-ups shouldn’t play with dolls, but we have to say Sillof’s tribute to A New Hope – shot entirely with his custom-made action figures – is too fun to pass up. Part 2 comes out 7/5.
Fans of VALVE games, rejoice! They just reached a deal with Gaming Heads to create awesome desktop figures based on the characters from HL2, L4D2, and TF2. First up, Team Fortress 2’s HEAVY.
Remember De La Soul? The seminal alterna-hip-hop act broke out with 3 Feet High and Rising. Now they’re 3-inches high thanks to Kidrobot and Myong Kurily’s nifty vinyl figures of the group.
These miniature 2″ tall Domo collectibles will look great sitting on your desk between all your other random schwag. Every one you order is randomly-selected from one of 15 different designs.
Johnny Depp’s Captain Jack Sparrow gets an uncannily accurate 19″ figure that gets all of his characters attire and demeanor quirks; it includes an LED lantern and weighs 10 lbs.
Even Tony Stark would be impressed with Hot Toys’ rendition of War Machine; the 1:6 scale Iron Man figure features two portraits and articulating fingers, gatling gun, and waist plates.
Sure, this 12″ Beachhead figure comes from the fictional GI Joe universe, but his accessories read like a real-life Ranger loadout with a mind-blowing 30+ separate items.+
Other than a strange-looking Commander, we’re pretty impressed by DC Unlimited’s Mass Effect 2 Series 1 action figures; the four-piece set includes Tali, Thane, Grunt, and Shepard.
Iron Man’s better-armed half wears monochrome well in this slick 13″ War Machine Armor Statue; it packs a wrist-mounted cannon and shoulder-mounted plasma and gatling guns.
It’s not as large as the Alien Queen, but this Lifesize Alien Bust more than makes up for it with its horrifically awesome details; it’s created from the same molds used in the original movie.
Show your coworkers who’s boss with this Alien 18″ Figure (22″ when upright); it not only includes an extendable inner mouth, but everything from the neck to the tail articulates.
This Snake Eyes vs. Red Ninjas diorama will leave you as speechless as the silent Joe himself; 12″ high, it features hand finished polystone figures and a stunning sand platform base.
Loaded with an arsenal that rivals small countries, this 12″ Sarah Connor figure will send any cybernetic organism packing; includes assault rifle, shotgun, pistol, and combat knife.
At 24″ this Super Shogun Stormtrooper may be a little short for a life-sized one, but it’s super-sized for collectors; it features rotating wheels on the feet and a Rocket Punch firing fist.
You shall not pass until 1/29/10 at 10 am PST for this Exclusive Gandalf premium format figure, which features a switch-out hatless portrait; also available is a regular, non-switchable version.
Brad Pitt blitzkriegs into stores 2Q 2010 with this 1:6 Lt. Aldo Raine figure; incredibly lifelike down to the wrinkles and facial hair, it includes a stand with Inglourious Basterds logo.
Arnold really meant it when he’d be back: this 12″, 1:6 scale T-800 figure is a spot-on replica of the Governator in Terminator 2, complete with detachable left endoskeleton arm.
Shipping 2/27/10, the 9″ tall Dr. Horrible Animated Maquette is more wonderflonium than horrible; it’s limited to 1,000 statues and includes his goggles and Freeze Ray gun.
Inspired by the work of Marvel’s Ariel Olivetti, this Venom Comiquette is one ugly mofo; the hand-painted and finished polystone statue stands 13″, weighs 10 lbs and will ship 1Q 2010.
It’s been ages since we played a round of AD&D, but these sweet Bioshock tabletop pieces have us dusting off our 20-sided dice; they’re converted from Warmachine figures.
A hybrid of the KAWS Companion and Hajime Soroyama’s Future Mickey Mouse, the Soroyama Companion is a 13″ is fully posable with a metal finish; it’s due out 6/27 at Kawsone.com.
Venkman is our favorite Ghostbuster and Stay Puft our favorite monster, so we’re dripping with ectoplasm over these 2″ figures with 14 points of articulation; they’ll drop at SDCC 2009.
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