Based on a design by LEGO Ideas member Carl Greatrix, LEGO set #21307 lets you assemble an 11″x 5″x 3″ model of the fastest Seven to date. Made of 771 bricks, the model has a removable nose cone, engine cover and engine. Drops 10/1/16 for $80.
CoasterDynamix’s Cyclone is a modular and LEGO-compatible kit for making roller coaster models. It comes with everything you need, including a train, lift chain and gears. By default it’s powered with a hand crank, but you can also use a LEGO Power Functions motor.
Counter656’s latest stop-motion romp features not only the creatures in the title, but a Sandtrooper and Boba Fett cruising in the Batmobile, and Darth Vader being devoured, among other crazy sights. The least plausible part? The Sandtrooper’s precise aim.
Star Wars junkies will have to have Hot Toys’ jolly little renditions of R2-D2, C-3PO, Darth Vader, Luke Skywalker, and more each with a disproportionately big head. We especially love the dusty droids, fresh from the sand dunes of Tatooine. Like bad guys? Grab this set.
Half-demon, half-human, all vampire. Mondo’s Marceline statue is the cutest way to add darkness to your life. The polystone statue is 9″ tall and features Marceline floating on her hair along with her snacks. The limited edition version comes with a Hambo figurine.
Qixels are tiny plastic blocks which fuse together permanently when you wet their sides. The new Qixels 3D kit now lets you create 3D voxel models one layer at a time, giving you a sort of Minecraft IRL 3D printer. Includes 600 blocks. 1200 additional blocks go for $18.
LEGO master Sariel made this badass model of the Defender 90. It moves like a turtle even in fourth gear, but yeah, it has a fourth gear. It also has 4×4 drive, a working winch, locking differentials, and can be controlled from up to 160ft away thanks to the SBrick module.
Tested visited Quantum Mechanix’s booth at San Diego Comic-Con to look at the toymaker’s upcoming spaceship scale models. The highlight of the booth is definitely the cutaway Millennium Falcon, but the Star Trek Beyond ship and Star-Lord’s Milano are awesome too.
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.