Factory Entertainment’s insanely detailed 1:50 scale replica of the Batcave from the 1960’s Batman TV series. It features all the crazy computers, LED lighting, and a Batmobile on a rotating turntable. Limited to just 500 pieces. More photos on ToyArk.
Another variant on those desk toy for fidgeters. This 12-sided model is kind of like D12 on steroids, with each of its sides featuring a different clicky, spinny, or jiggly sensation to keep your fingers occupied. For some reason, we’re also reminded of the Plumbus.
MammuthWorks‘ huge Rewarron remote-controlled truck measures 78.5″ long, making it 33% of the size of an actual pickup. It’s got a 270cc 1 cyl engine, and an off-road suspension. While its price tag may be hard to swallow, it’s still less than 1/3rd the price of a real truck.
Threezero presents one of The Walking Dead‘s most badass characters together with her pet walkers. The detailed sixth scale Michonne figure comes with a hood, a katana, a bag and two pairs of swappable hands. The walkers come with a pair of disembodied arms.
Expand your POP! collection with figures based on Elliot Alderson, Mr. Robot, Angela Moss, White Rose, and Darlene rocking her heart sunglasses. Good luck getting Elliot with his hoodie – there’s only a 1-in-6 chance you’ll score one. Maybe we can hack the system.
A fun kit which lets you build your own motorized wooden marble machine. It sends a cascade of spheres spiraling to the bottom, then finding their way back to the top for an perpetual loop of marble madness. Available as a battery-powered or solar version.
Sculptor and makeup artist Akihito Ikeda is the man behind this incredible Elite Creature collectible – a half-scale (26″ tall) replica of his terrifyingly-awesome flaming skull he created back in 2015. Limited to 500 pieces, pre-orders start at Monsterpalooza 2017, 4/7-4/9/17.
If cube-shaped magnetic building blocks aren’t your thing – perhaps some other Platonic solids will be. TRIDO’s self-aligning construction toys let you build all kinds of interesting structures and creatures using octahedrons, tetrahedrons, and half-tetrahedrons.
Sideshow Collectibles‘ latest masterpiece is a 35lb, 21.5″-tall statue Infinity Gauntlet’s wielder, Thanos the Mad Titan. The Marvel villain dares his foes to come and get him while sitting on an equally imposing and detailed throne, and the Infinity Gems are lit by LEDs.
Beyond the Brick shows off Claus-Marc Hahn’s astounding model of the Red Keep from Game of Thrones. He used over 125,000 bricks, and a multiple EV3 servo motors to mechanize the build, so the whole thing turns, its towers move up and down, and their cupolas spin.
Geeki Tikis’ series of officially-licensed tiki mugs includes designs based on Star Wars, Star Trek, TMNT, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Avengers, and more. There’s even a Pulp Fiction series on the way. They’re like the Funko POP! collectibles of barware, and we must have them all.
Fans of Super Mario Bros. will immediately recognize this obnoxious bit of vegetation as a Piranha Plant. Jason from JK Brickworks brought the creature to life in mechanized LEGO form, complete with a motor drive to pop the plant up and down from a pipe as it chomps its jaws.
Looking for something to go along with your marble columns? Class up the joint with this 7″ tall mini-bust of the Merc with a Mouth, donning a Romanesque robe, and wearing a gilded laurel wreath in his hair. Brutus wouldn’t dare try anything with those katanas in place.
This awesome stuff is a removable adhesive tape that’s compatible with LEGO, Mega Blocks, KRE-O, and other building bricks, letting you attach blocks pretty much anywhere. You can bend it, cut it, and stick it to everything from your shoes, to your fridge, to other toys.