Bandai’s imposing Steel Samurai War Machine figure has more arms and abs than Samurai Iron Man. The 7″ tall figure has four guns on each wrist, seven more on its right shoulder, and a freakin’ cannon on its left shoulder. It also comes with a sword and a jetpack.
After exacting dark rage on those responsible for the death of his family, beloved and troubled anti-hero vigilante Frank Castle uncovers a conspiracy that makes him even more upset in the debut season of Marvel’s The Punisher. Premieres sometime pretty soon. (Thanks Jack!)
“Is there anyone who isn’t worthy of this horrible hammer?!” ArtSpear Entertainment makes the god of thunder even dumber than he is in this nicely animated spoof of the Thor: Ragnarok trailer. It’s still not as funny as the fact that we paid to see Thor 2 though.
Hot Toys keeps raising the bar for head sculpts. Their 12″ action figure of Yondu from Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 looks exactly like Michael Rooker. It’s a shame it doesn’t come with extra heads. It does have the team’s jet pack, both of Yondu’s fins, his trusty arrow and more.
The Toys Asia’s life-size statue Iron Man’s Mk. 43 armor opens up to reveal, well, sadly not enough space for a man. It still looks amazing though. It takes 46 motors and 28 seconds for the armor to open up. The statue is limited to 50 units and costs… cough… over $370,000.
Hot Toys’ latest Iron Man action figure is based on Iron Man’s appearance in Spider-Man Homecoming. The 13″ tall figure has 28 LED light up points and has tons of interchangeable parts and accessories, including a new weapon that was hinted at in the movie’s trailers.
In 2008, Marvel gambled on an unfinished script, an unproven director, a controversial actor and a B-list character. It went on to become a stepping stone and a blueprint for success that even Marvel has forgotten to follow. Films&Stuff looks back to Iron Man.
Hot Toys’ sixth-scale action figure is based on Webhead’s high-tech costume in Spider-Man: Homecoming. It comes with an alternate unmasked head, five pairs of hands, four pairs of eye pieces and more. The Deluxe version comes with a yellow blazer and blue hoodie.
Peter shows off his fancy Stark Industries suit, beats up the Avengers, stares at his phone, and eats a churro in the latest trailer for Spidey’s big return. We’re just hoping that Marvel hasn’t decided that one-liners are more important than plot and character development.
You may think you know the Guardians of the Galaxy, but if your only point of reference is the movies, you’ll be surprised to find out that Star-Lord, Rocket, Gamora, Drax, and Groot didn’t even appear in the earliest issues of the comics. The Know fills us in on their origins.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 director James Gunn recently revealed the full list of songs that are in the cassette tape that Star-Lord’s mom left him. Eric Buckleitner compiled them into a YouTube playlist, while Redditor ilikegamesandstuff made a Spotify playlist.
You can feel the Marvel Cinematic Universe converging in Thor: Ragnarok, as the silliness of Guardians of the Galaxy seems to be rubbing off on our favorite Asgardian. It doesn’t hurt that it was directed by the man behind Eagle vs. Shark and What We Do in the Shadows.
Sideshow Collectibles‘ latest masterpiece is a 35lb, 21.5″-tall statue Infinity Gauntlet’s wielder, Thanos the Mad Titan. The Marvel villain dares his foes to come and get him while sitting on an equally imposing and detailed throne, and the Infinity Gems are lit by LEDs.