Incinerator Troopers wield mighty flamethrowers; the precursors to Kylo Ren’s village-destroying Flame Troopers.
Marvel’s top superheroine continues to blaze trails in merchandise as well as everywhere else.
Super7 continues the toy line that Kenner never completed, expanding to the sequel.
“Black Widow’s helicopter chase” primarily features the Taskmaster’s helicopter.
The Iron Giant is back, now in a 12-inch form with multiple heads and accessories.
Pose Natasha in dynamic, “falling away from explosions” stances just like in the movie.
Raiden wins – Fatality! Storm’s newest figure depicts exactly that.
NECA’s 40th anniversary quarter-scale Alien xenomorph figure has subtle differences from the last, but they’re there.
The company’s 11.2-inch Soundwave figure includes diecast metal parts and 80 articulated joints. Plus Ravage.
No domestic toy has been announced yet, but this import Birds of Prey Harley Quinn figure is gold.
These small metal replicas are effectively LEGO minifig-scale.
It’s one thing to show static images of new products, and another to show Todd McFarlane actually playing with them!
Battling what he thought was the elemental Molten Man, Peter Parker donned a new suit that wouldn’t reveal he was Spider-Man.
Classic cartoon versions of some major TMNT friends and foes are on the way.
Yes, that certainly is America’s…posterior.
“Ancient spirits of evil, transform this decayed form…to Mumm-Ra the ever-living!”
Spin Master’s initial offerings sport a stylized, animated look.
The initial offering seems designed to showcase that they’ll regularly be doing animated, comic, and live-action styles.
For our last post of the year, we’re looking back at the very best sci-fi cinema had to offer from 2010 to 2019.
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Will you OBEY and CONSUME these figures inspired by John Carpenter’s classic, They Live?