Square Enix has released a Final Fantasy Advent Children Play Arts Kai Cloud Strife and Fenrir action figure set. The motorcycle has holsters to hold Cloud’s six Fusion component swords, and a completed Fusion Sword is included in the set. The bike also has light up parts.
BananenBuurman takes us on another fun ride on one of his LEGO railway constructions, this time taking a trip through his Grandpa’s factory, as tools, wood, and workbenches loom large. Want your own LEGO railway? Hit Trixbrix, and use code “crazybananen” for 10% off.
Funko is releasing a line of breakfast cereals called FunkO’s. Each cereal will come with sweet box art and a Pop! figure of the themed character. The first batch of FunkO’s will be available 7/2018 in a variety of stores, including GameStop, Hot Topic and FYE.
Hot Toys gives Ant-Man and The Wasp the sixth-scale treatment. These figures of the heroes come with masked and unmasked heads as well as swappable hands. The Ant-Man figure comes with a miniature Ant-Man and a shrunken lab, while The Wasp comes with two pairs of wings.
One banana, two banana, three banana, four! Funko teamed up with animation studio Hanna-Barbera to create a limited run of POP! collectible figures based on Fleegle, Bingo, Drooper, and Snorky from the 1968-1970 kids show The Banana Splits. Coming to SDCC 2018.
From the LEGO Ideas proposal comes the official LEGO Voltron set! It has the five lions from the 80’s cartoon, which combine to form a 15″ Voltron. The mech form’s head, shoulders, arms and wrists are posable. The 2321-piece set drops 8/1/18 with limited availability at SDCC.
It looks like a normal spin top, but it has a motor, a gyroscope, and a battery, allowing it to spin for over 4 hours on a 30 minute charge. You can even disturb it and it will keep spinning. It can even spin on uneven surfaces. Basically, it’s like Leo’s totem from Inception.
Mezco Toyz applied their retro realistic One:12 Collective design to Terry McGinnis’ futuristic Batman. The Batman Beyond action figure stands about 7″ tall and comes with a pair of wings, two swappable heads, six hands, three batarangs and booster jet effects.
This fun remote-controlled racing drone can zip and zoom around at speeds up to 8 mph and leap more than 2 feet off the ground. It navigates over obstacles with ease and even beams video back to your phone. Save 73% off the original price in The Awesomer Shop.
PCS Collectibles is starting a line of statues that depict the Autobots and the Decepticons as they appeared in the original The Transformers cartoon. First in line is Optimus Prime. The 10.5″ tall polystone statue comes with swappable rifle and energy axe parts.
LEGO custom minifig creator Waller Customs built a LEGO version of Bruce Wayne’s mansion that sits on top of an equally detailed Batcave. The gigantic creation is fully lit. It stands over 6 feet tall and is made of around 100,000 LEGO pieces. More on The Brothers Brick.
This DIY kit will let you assemble a life-size and wearable replica of the Pip-Boy from the upcoming online survival game Fallout 76. The kit comes with 150 parts and all of the tools needed to put them together. It even comes with a Vault-Tec-themed instruction manual.
Beast Kingdom’s 2018 San Diego Comic-Con exclusive is a fun reimagining of the Dark Knight’s costume in Batman v. Superman. The toy company added a punch of color to Batman’s all black suit, using his classic blue and gray scheme from the comic books.
R/C car experts Traxxas show off their latest model, an incredibly detailed 27″ long trophy truck designed to take on any terrain you can throw at it. Its tube frame chassis, suspension, and 4WD system is inspired by real desert racing trucks, and it can hit speeds over 50mph.
Express your everyday frustration with this limited-edition resin bust of Captain Jean-Luc Picard displaying his disgust with the failings of mankind. Sadly, it measures just 6″ tall, which is kind of frustrating in and of itself. Where’s our life-size version, ThinkGeek?
LEGO builder Luke Taylor shows off his labor of love for the last decade – a sprawling, futuristic city made from countless bricks. Like the real deal, it’s an ever-changing, ever-growing urban landscape. Another great video from Beyond the Brick’s Joshua Hanlon.
We’ve seen some awfully impressive NERF weapons over the years, now Adam Savage throws his hat into the ring with an impressive one-day build of a NERF Rival Nemesis that has a removable see-through magazine to expand its capacity to 1,000 rounds per load.