One of the coolest concepts we’ve seen on the LEGO Ideas‘ website, Brett Cuviello’s Iron Giant build is simply spectacular, and does a great job replicating the giant robot from Brad Bird’s 1999 animated classic. The 2,000 piece set would have to be pricy, but we desperately want one.
A hilariously accurate 12″ action figure of Saitama, the hero of One Punch Man. It comes with two heads, three pairs of hands, a grocery bag, a pack of crab claws and a leek. The exclusive version also comes with Saitama’s casual outfit, including his OPPAI hoodie.
One-man toy studio Michael Sng aka Machination Studios is ready to sell his first collectible. Like the Colossus prototype, the Mk. 1 Cyclops is a remote-controlled mobile fortress inspired by World War I technology. You can get it as a DIY kit or fully assembled.
We’ve featured a number of Pawel “Sariel” Kmiec’s incredible LEGO Technic builds. Now learn from the best with this 424-page guide which takes you from basic building principles up through sturdy and complex mechanisms so you can make your own wonderful machines.
Take your toy collection back to the ’80s courtesy of Funko. Expect 3.5″ vinyl bigheads of Will, Dustin, Lucas, Mike, two versions of Eleven (with Eggos), Barb, and open and closed mouth Demogorgons. Pre-order now for April 2017 delivery. Upside-down universe not included.
Get your geek on to the max with not one, but four boxes of awesome toys and collectibles from Geek Fuel. You’ll get a starter box worth $75+, and three more boxes, each worth $50+. There’s something for everyone with swag from your favorite sci-fi, fantasy, comics and games.
Corridor got their hands on a prototype of the year’s most hotly anticipated new toy, the Anki Cozmo Robot, and sent him on a mission to take on an army of angry machines, a couple of which happen to come from Anki’s biggest competitors. Behind the scenes here.
The standard version of Threezero’s T-60 Power Armor has a raw finish and a modular assault rifle, while the exclusive one has fire graphics and a Fat Man as well as the rifle. It also comes with a female vault dweller head. Its armor plates fit the T-45 and vice-versa.
While most drones take off and land like a helicopter, the Bionic Bird mimics the flight dynamics of our avian friends, flapping its wings to stay airborne for up to 12 minutes on a charge. Its egg-shaped charger lets you juice back up in the field up to 12 times.
LEGO Ideas contributor Ozzyeatingbats presents a concept for a model of Jaguar’s greatest design achievement, the car Enzo Ferrari once called “the most beautiful car ever made.” It’s appx. 1:10 scale, made from 1664 bricks, and has a big inline 6-cylinder engine.