NECA’s 6″ tall figure of the mischievous leader of the gremlin uprising is beautifully detailed, with a tuft of white hair on its head, and beady little eyes. It has 25 points of articulation, including its ears and jaw, and comes with a chainsaw, skateboard, and other accessories.
Revoltech’s latest action figure in its dynamic and ultra-poseable Amazing Yamaguchi line features Iron Man in his Bleeding Edge armor. The 6.7″-tall figure has 37 points of articulation and comes with a ton of accessories, including flaps, Repulsor rays and missiles.
We’ve featured mechanical key switch fidget toys before, but if you’re looking for something that’s a bit more polished and sleek, check out Clickeybits. They use Greetech or Cherry MX switches and are available in silent, clicky or super clicky variants. They’re also on Massdrop.
Mezco Toyz presents its badass take on Popeye the Sailor. The action figure stands about 5.5″ tall and has 28 points of articulation. It comes with six pipes, seven hands, three hats, two heads, two spinach cans, a coat, a compass, a spy glass and a duffle bag.
Designers and other creative folks will go crazy for these colorful pens with magnets built in. They attach with metal bearings, allowing you to create fun shapes to liven up your workspace in between drawing sessions. Save 37% on a 20-pen set in The Awesomer Shop.
Explore Mars in the palm of your hand with this 2-piece set, which includes a precise 3D-printed, 2.3″ diameter model of the planet, along with a notebook and augmented reality app which lets you explore much more about the red planet. Save 22% in The Awesomer Shop.
LEGO set 10264 is a 2500-piece, model of a 1950’s-style building loaded with details, including a fuel pump and vehicle lift, an animal hospital on the second floor, a furnished apartment on the top floor, and a roof deck for minifigs to sun themselves on. Drops 1/2019.
What better gift to give a LEGO fan than an official and limited edition LEGO gift box? This collectible set was originally given away to customers who purchased sets at LEGO stores. It contains a living room with two minifigs, a fireplace, a chair, and a toy train.
First 4 Figures made this sick statue of Fullmetal Alchemist‘s adorable living armor, Alphonse Elric. The statue comes in gray and silver variants, as well as deluxe editions that come with a light-up Philosopher’s Stone. The statue also comes with an extra comical head.
LEGO Ideas contributor Sleepy Cow created this 2,798 piece model of a grand piano which features 25 working keys, complete with strings, pedals, and dampers. It doesn’t actually play music, but it’s still a mechanical marvel. If you’d like to see it produced, vote here.
Designer and fabricator Chaz Capobianco shows off a cool creation, a large, flat spiral cut from a sheet of aluminum, which produces mesmerizing patterns as its center is moved about. It’s sort of like giant, flattened Slinky, and so much cooler than a fidget spinner.
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