“I’m sorry. You ate my cat.” Funko’s upcoming Supercute Plushie set will let you pet (or kick the crap out of) Dart the demodog without fear. Stranger Things’ ode to Gremlins is depicted as three nesting dolls: a 1″ pollywog, a 2″ slug and a 9″ demodog.
GJS Co’s follow up to Ganker. Like it’s predecessor, the GEIO is a combat robot that’s controlled via a mobile app. But it has sensors that enable first person view, auto-targeting and augmented reality features. It also has conquest, scavenger hunt and race modes.
Mighty Jaxx’s first electronic toy is none other than Adventure Time‘s living video game console, BMO. Designed by anatomical figure specialist Jason Freeny, the Xxray Plus BMO is 6″ tall and has a pulsating light in its heart. Its face also lights up. Limited to 500 pieces.
One of this year’s Hallmark Keepsake Ornaments is a doozy – a detailed miniature version of Ellen Ripley as she prepares to take out the alien queen from the comfort of her trusty P-5000 Powered Work Loader exosuit. Get away from our Christmas lights, you bitch!
Play with Overwatch‘s Shimada brothers even if you’re offline. Both Genji and Hanzo come with their respective weapons as well as dragon attack accessories. Genji has a double-jointed neck and movable chest parts, while Hanzo has a highly detailed tattoo and costume.
These teensy crossbows are the perfect for cubicle combat. Each one can fire projectiles like toothpicks, Q-tips, or matchsticks. The self-loading Ace Sniper has self-loading mechanism, while the Ghost Hunter has laser targeting, and the BB Sniper also fires ball bearings.
While it’s not made from porcelain, Hot Toys‘ special 1:6 scale figure is still 100% awesome. It stands 11.8″ tall, has 30 points of articulation, and interchangeable hands and weapons. Exclusively from Sideshow Collectibles. Save 11% with code FANCY for a limited time.
“It’s always the one you least suspect.” Kidrobot and The Simpsons’ Halloween collectible is a 6.5″-tall figure of the Devil as Ned Flanders from the 1993 episode Treehouse of Horror IV. The glow-in-the-dark edition is limited to 500 pieces but costs the same as the regular toy.
Hideo Kojima’s video game studio recently ditched its fox logo for Ludens, aka The Playing Man. Now the badass space centurion has its own action figure. Made by Sentinel, the 16″ tall toy has 46 points of articulation, a light-up helmet and a flag pole lance.
FINAL JUSTICE! Kaiyodo follows up its instant classic Wolverine action figure with Captain America. The 6.5″-tall action figure has an amazing 38 points of articulation. You can place its shield on its arm or on its back. It also comes with a bullet ricochet effect for the shield.
Japanese toymaker Union Creative presents a sweet 6″ articulated action figure based on the character “Beat” from the brilliantly illustrated, cel-shaded Dreamcast game series Jet Set Radio. While we wait for these to ship, here’s a little music to pass the time.