Licensed quadcopters based on the 74-Z speeder bike, the Millennium Falcon, the T-65 X-Wing and the TIE Advanced X1. Each quad is equipped with lasers and will have a game mode where three hits with a laser will make the quad land. More here.
Our heroes don’t appear on no stamps, but now they’re action figures thanks to this retro set designed by Hip Hop Family Tree creator Ed Piskor. The set also comes with four comic book style stickers of Chuck D, Flava Flav, Professor Griffin and Terminator X.
After releasing the Titan, 3A Toys completes its lineup of 12″ Destiny action figures with the Warlock and the Hunter. Each class has three variants, each with a different color scheme and weapon accessories. The Warlock drops 7/7 while the Hunter drops 7/21.
Edo are sturdy flat-pack cardboard building blocks perfect for replicating Minecraft IRL. There are five types of blocks, and each supports up to 100lb when properly assembled. They come in plain or color, and add-on kits come with accessories such as eyes and ears.
A limited edition figure of Scott Pilgrim’s Ninja Delivery Girl. The 9″ tall collectible has 7 points of articulation and comes with a hammer, a bat, an alternate right arm and a purse. The Mondo exclusive version comes with an alternate purse that has Scott sticking out of it.
DIY Prop Shop shows us how to make an electronic replica of Rick’s portal gun. The replica’s body is made from cheap and readily available materials or objects – styrene, shot glasses, a bubble wand, a whisk handle – but the electronics and tools do complicate things.
LEGO’s 1100+ piece replica of the classic bug is the perfect kit for LEGO and car buffs alike. The expert-level model has features like an opening hood and trunk, tiltable seats, a roof rack with surfboard and cooler, and even a teensy 4-cylinder engine in back. Drops 8/16 for $100.
To celebrate the season 8 premiere of American Ninja Warrior, minifig versions of some of the show’s most popular contestants take on a variety of challenging obstacles, including a new one that will appear on this season of the show. Now when can we buy this set, LEGO?
An improved version of Rotor X’s RX122 Atom racing drone kit. The palm-sized Atom V2 weighs less than 250g, has a durable carbon fiber frame and lasts up to 10min per charge. It’s available as a DIY kit or fully assembled with a controller that has an FPV screen.
Redditor raskolnikov- is blowing minds all over the world with his incredible LEGO model of an Imperial Star Destroyer. Not only is it huge – it’s over 56″ long and weighs 70lb – it also has a detailed interior, with rooms and minifigs and even spaceships inside it.
An obsessively designed 1:8 scale model of the Porsche 911 GT3 RS. The 2,700pc model has a dual-clutch gearbox w/working paddle shifters, moving engine pistons, exclusive rims and tires, and a plate laser-etched with a serial number unique to each copy. Drops 6/1/16 for $300.