LEGO fan Daniele Benedettelli shows off a nifty brick build – a little dude who plays a five key glockenspiel as his crank is turned. It can be “programmed” with music by adjusting the sequence of blocks on the chain below.
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The Inkling girls from the popular Nintendo shooter series Splatoon now have their own Figma action figures. The deluxe set comes with two figures that share tons of interchangeable accessories, including the Splat Roller. The figures also have moveable eyes.
Good Smile Company’s treat for fans of the awesome action RPG Monster Hunter: World. It’s a cute action figure of a female hunter wearing the full Rathalos armor set as well as the Red Wing greatsword. This deluxe version comes with meat, a Slinger, and more.
If you’ve read the original version of Pinocchio’s story, then you know that he’s quite the troublemaker. So it’s fitting that boutique figure maker Double Fools turned him (and Jiminy Cricket) into droogs from A Clockwork Orange. Sadly, the collectible is already sold out.
Sculpted by Paul Harding for Gentle Giant, each of the Wolverine Collector’s Gallery statues commemorates the various iconic looks of the famous X-Men member. There’s Wolverine ’74, Wolverine ’80, Wolverine ’92 and Wolverine ’08 aka “Old Man Logan.”
The fearsome and funny villain from the original Metal Gear Solid gets three amazing statues from First 4 Figures. The regular edition comes with one masked head, the exclusive edition comes with an extra unmasked head, and the optic camo edition has a ghostly gray finish.
The X-Men’s deputy leader Scott Summers joins Mezco Toyz’s 12th scale action figure line. The Cyclops action figure is about 7″ tall and comes with two swappable heads, both with an LED light on their visor, two optic blast effects, six hands and a jacket.
A very cool interpretation of The Penguin, as designed by Ivan Reis and Chiaroscuro Studios. This detailed 7.1″ hand-painted polystone figure includes a tiny seabird with a rocket launcher backpack, a deadly looking pointy umbrella, and the longest cigarette we’ve ever seen.
Guinness World Records spoke with the creators of Miniatur Wunderland, the world’s largest model train set. Despite already having thousands of vehicles across different country sections, they are still expanding. Their latest addition is Italy, which took 2 years to build.
Iron Studios made this highly detailed diorama set that depicts the T-Rex attack scene from the original Jurassic Park. The set is hand-painted and has LED-lit parts. It can be displayed with or without its environmental base. It also comes with a retro art card and a print.
With the wealth of art at hand, we thought designing a comic book action figure would be easy. But artist Jason Fabok points out the back-and-forth process involved in turning a sketch into an action figure, using his work on the DC Essentials line as an example. Skip to 2:33.
The Spyra One is an electronic water gun. Instead of ejecting a stream, it shoots discrete “bullets” to up to 30 ft. It has a built-in pump that lets you refill the gun in seconds over a body of water. It also has a digital display that shows how many shots you have left.
K’Nex builder Thibault Art shows off “Pluto,” an incredible machine that involves a number of lifts, rotating tracks, a turntable, and loops to move balls through its 8 different pathways. It’s made from over 19,000 parts, and took him 16 months to plan and build.
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