To the Batpoles! This awesome 20″ tall replica of the Shakespeare bust from the 1966 Batman TV series doubles as a coin bank. Like the prop, the coin slot (along with the customary dial and button) is hidden inside the bust’s neck. See it unboxed on video here.
This summer’s hit Spider-Man flick gets the Funko POP! treatment with big-head versions of Spidey in his homemade suit, his upgraded suit, with headphones, and as plain old Peter Parker. There’s also a cool winged Vulture, and a bespectacled Tony Stark in his kitty shirt.
Tim Smith of ustwo Auto and his friends are making a slick online museum for his Micro Machines collection. He currently has 1,172 Micro Machines cars, but so far he’s uploaded pictures and details of “only” 107 of them. He’s also looking for donors and sellers.
Give your kids (or yourself) a place to play with action figures and other toys with these fun shelving units, which offer backdrops for acting out scenarios. They come in a wide variety of themes, ranging from superhero to Star Wars to TMNT, to The Walking Dead, to My Little Pony.
It’s been 20 years since we first met Pokémon’s winningest loser, Ash Ketchum. Good Smile Company celebrates Ash and Pikachu’s long friendship with this action figure set. It comes with lightning effects, a Poké Ball and extra faces for both Ash and Pikachu.
Artist Ashley Wood has been designing the most well-dressed action figures by way of his company 3A for nearly a decade. This upcoming three-pack of monochrome 12″ street samurai are no exception. The set will be available only from 7/14-7/16/17 at Bambaland for $420.
ALL WORK AND NO PLAY MAKES JACK A DULL BOY. Time to get out the toys and hope that you don’t lose your mind. These awesome POP! figures of Wendy, Danny, and an axe-wielding Jack Torrance should do the trick just fine. We only wish the Danny figure came on a tricycle.
In 2011, Walter Mason built the world’s longest marble run out of wooden modular tracks. Now he’s raising funds on Kickstarter for smaller sets of his tracks. The Boa set works with ping pong balls (or similarly sized balls), while the Anaconda works with larger balls.
At nearly 8 lb. and made of 2,863 pieces, The Mountain Cave is LEGO’s biggest Minecraft set yet. It packs a ton of features and figures, including a track and an elevator for its two minecarts, a light brick, a slime with two mini slimes inside it, and Steve and Alex minifigs.
A limited-edition handpainted sculpture of the classic 1960s Batmobile, as the dynamic duo makes haste to jump in and chase down some villains. It headlights and taillights illuminate, and it plays the Batman TV theme song too. measures 5-3/4″ W x 8-1/4″ L x 4-3/4″ H.
“Now witness the firepower of this fully armed and operational battle station!” Rally your evil figures with Kotobukiya’s tenth-scale statue of Star Wars’ villain. Palpatine can be removed from the throne, in case you want your stormtroopers to taste power for once.
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.
Hong Kong startup PlaySomeToys is working on a line of figures inspired by product designs from the ’80s and ’90s. Their first toy is this anthropomorphic computer that looks like the original Apple Macintosh. The 3.9″ tall plastic figure comes with a font suitcase and a mouse.