Superhero Hype’s Best Entertainment Earth Deals and Preorders for June 28
It’s time once again to explore this site’s partnership with a retailer more specifically focused on collectibles and superhero items, many of which prove impossible to procure on non-specialty sites. Entertainment Earth serves as home to many figures, statues, exclusives and more, tailored to our specific interests. And not just that — they also have several great deals going on at any given time. In our semi-regular feature, we highlight the best hot new items up for preorder, as well as the best clearance offers. Here are the best deals and preorders for June 28.
Star Wars The Vintage Collection Boba Fett’s Slave I 3 3/4-Inch Scale Vehicle – Exclusive – Free Shipping
For anyone who preordered the Razor Crest from Hasbro and would like a similarly iconic Mandalorian vehicle to display beside it. Slave I is back! Now, this is The Empire Strikes Back model, with a cockpit based on Attack of the Clones. But it still looks the same in the hands of Old Boba, even if he lost Han in carbonite long ago. Includes removable panels, cargo hold, ramps, and a stand to hold it in flight position.
Create either the heroic, shapely Peter Parker, or the burned out Peter B. Parker, from Into the Spider-Verse. Includes multiple heads, webs, hands, newspaper n’ coffee, and even a removable beer gut!
It’s not exactly a normal world, is it? Michael Keaton’s cinematic Batman prepares to leap down on criminals from high atop a Gotham statue. At 16 inches, this slice of Burton-based Batmania can tower over whatever items in the home you prefer. For anyone who was planning on taking it out of the package, of course.
Keri Russell’s mysterious old friend of Poe Dameron became one of J.J. Abrams’ best additions to Star Wars canon. And her action figure includes a pop-off face panel to reveal her eyes, digitally colored from an authentic actress likeness. She’s a steal at this price, and likely wont see figure form again, so act now.
The Black Widow movie toys came out almost a year ago, but now the movie’s finally on its way. Celebrate with this figure of Florence Pugh’s Yelena, the likely successor to Natasha. Includes a build-a-figure piece, and right now is priced below suggested retail price.
Cool, but rude. This Raphael features more articulation than the average Turtle, and a color scheme from the original Eastman and Laird comic covers. Play with him in multiple action poses, or just stand up on the manhole cover base. Then breathe two sais of relief.
Get your hands…ON him, you damn, clean collector! Charlton Heston’s Taylor stands shirtless, ready to wield a gun against gorillas, or cry in front of familiar ruins. No zone is forbidden for this figure, who’ll destroy the whole planet (again) before he gives in.
Luke Skywalker probably wore this onscreen outfit the least of any of his distinct looks. And that’s okay. Wearing a medal around all the space battles would feel like bad form. But the yellow jacket’s cool. And he also boasts a working holster for his blaster. This Luke’s hard to come by, so to come by him at that price feels as rewarding as a medal. Almost.
Like He-Man? Dig M.U.S.C.L.E.? In the style and scale of those little monochromatic wrestling guys, He-Man and Skeletor ride their signature vehicles to the fight. With a Wind Raider and Roton, reenact battle on land or in the sky. Or, maybe, just keep them to display. It’s a cool box.
Just look at her. Based on the 1976 comic cover, this Red Sonja stands 12 inches tall, and wears way less than she probably will in the next movie adaptation. At a 19% discount, how can you lose?
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