Hot Toys’ 1:6 Blade II figure is fantastically accurate, from the head sculpt of Wesley Snipes to the costume; it also packs a veritable arsenal, with glaives, stakes, bombs, and guns.
It’s a pity that WETA’s one-of-a-kind rayguns are already sold out; each of the trio (Sputnik 500, Death from Above, Jagd Kanone) features slick WW2/steampunk paint jobs.
Just Whitlock’s Mini Arcade Cabinets are big on detail: amazingly detailed plywood replicas of classic video games, each cabinet is made to order and ships for free in the US.
Amalgam Model Cars are ridiculously detailed 1/8 scale versions of unattainable supercars made only slightly more attainable; they include the Veyron, Reventon and McLaren F1 LM.
What you’re (barely) seeing is the World’s Tinest Model Train; it uses a plastic tube cut into the shape of a train, painted with a Sharpie and attached to the shaft of a mini-geared motor.
Designed to go head to head with an out-of-control Hulk, this 1:6 polystone Hulkbuster Iron Man is sold out in the prop-open helmet version, but still available for preorder as a regular edition.
Revenge is best served sweet with this pump-action Elite Marshmallow Blaster, which hurls cubes of sugary death up to 40 feet; it comes in a briefcase for clandestine s’mores strikes.
Photographers and brothers Daniel and Geo Fuchs strike gold (and silver, and black) with Toygiants, an ginormous collection toys owned by Selim Varol; artwork, here; book, here.
Brando’s USB IR helicopter will stay juiced as long as you’re near a USB port, letting you buzz nearby cubicles all day; it also includes a controller and LED lighting for night flying.
Winston Classic Creation’s 12″ Space Adam mixes Flash Gordon with Planet of the Apes; the attention to detail here is bananas, with a detailed space suit and 20 points of articulation.
We have to hand it to Joe for a truly meta proposal: this series of LEGO picnic engagement boxes were given to his girlfriend Kristen as they were having that very picnic (she said yes).
Mixing the old with the new, these S.T.A.R.S. figures of Redfield and Wesker are anachronistic yet cool; they’re alternate outfits seen in Resident Evil 5 but packing RE5 weaponry.
Depicting one of Tinseltown’s most epic battles, this Indiana Jones vs. Mola Ram diorama should set hearts ablaze for movie fans; it stands 16.5″ high and is made of polystone.
This Big Damn Replica of Serenity is easily the greatest in all the ‘verse: it’s a 1:180 film quality build with 250 parts, hand painted graphics and is signed by Nathan Fillion. Thanks, Colin!
The trailer for Toy Story 3 is finally out: we won’t spoil it for you, but it suffices to say we get to see several old characters in a new light–and in the case of one, a brand new language.
Twice the size of last year’s event, Zombie Apocafest 2009 was a dead-on success: it featured 17 tables with undead parade floats, creepy carousels, and zombie gobblin’ combines.
Fans of the Wolverine and the X-Men cartoon will want to dig their claws into these Logan, Magneto, and Wolverine 10″ statues and giant 1:2 busts; they’ll be available soon.
It’s been awhile since we featured a LEGO diorama, but Young Indiana Jones-inspired Train Raid scene is just too good to pass up; it features 53 minifigs, including Indy and Pancho Villa.
It just wants to give you a kiss: this Alien Facehugger Plush features a wire skeleton to maximize grip on the skull and ensure that chests everywhere will be bursting with love.
We’ll forgive the omission of Slimer, if only because these 2″ Ghostbusters Minimates (available in two sets) include proton guns with detachable streams and a toasted Rick Moranis.
Instructables member vv_767’s Super Bright Lightsaber puts other Jedi weaponry to shame: it’s a DIY project that cost $160 and features a 36″ polycarbonate tube w/300 lumen LED.
This 19″ Rocketeer Premium Format figure is a faithful ode to one of our favorite films; everything from the fabric costume to Beeman’s gum on his jetpack is meticulously detailed.
This Premium Format Figure is Rambo at his finest: a gun, a knife, a hand-tailored costume and chest scars are all that come with this collectible, and we wouldn’t have it any other way.
This LEGO Temple of Doom shows archaeology’s hidden perks: Wild mine cart chase? Check. Deadly traps and flames? Check. Indiana Jones pissing off a temple priest? Run!
Bling-out your LEGOs with ChromeBricks.com: everything from helmets and car parts to entire minifigs are coated with an ultra-thin 50 micrometer layer of real gold, chrome or copper.
This Predator vs. T-Rex resin model is about as awesome it gets: available in kit form, it stands 14″ high and pits the two kings of the jungle against each other in a truly epic battle.
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