Superhero Hype’s Best Amazon Toy and Collectibles Deals for May 11
It’s never a bad time of year for toys. But you never know how safe it is to go outside and shop. Buy online! In this ongoing series, Superhero Hype takes a look at some of the better deals for May 11 that Amazon.com has running as of publication time. Please note that all deals are subject to change or sell out at any time based on supply and demand.
Masters of the Universe Masterverse Revelation Tri-Klops Action Figure with 30+ Articulated Joints & Swappable Hands & Head Plus 3 Battle Accessories
Tri-Klops underwent some of the most interesting character development in Masters of the Universe: Revelation. Once Skeletor’s go-to tech guy, he took that to an extreme after the time jump, worshipping technology and leading a new cult of science and nanotech. This deluxe figure allows collectors to display him both ways. Either have the classic Tri-Klops everyone knows, or the robed cultist who gave Skeletor the techno-virus as a season-ending cliffhanger. Either way, it’s easier than trying to find him at Target.
NECA made several action figures of Eric Draven, but Diamond Select finally made one fully poseable. Depict him rocking out on his guitar, or doing the crucifixion pose to intimidate enemies. Plus he comes with his own tombstone, and a crow.
Ironically, the werewolf may be the least scary creature in An American Werewolf in London. During an Inception-like series of nightmares within one another, various proto-wolf creatures dressed as German Stormtroopers massacre everyone in sight. Create them all with NECA’s ultimate figure set, with multiple weapons and heads. And give the extra guns to McFarlane DC figures!
Star Wars The Black Series Koska Reeves Toy 6-Inch-Scale The Mandalorian Collectible Figure with Accessories
Koska Reeves may not be the flashiest star of The Mandalorian, but she knows how to handle herself in a fight. Probably because the actress, Mercedes Varnado, also goes by “Sasha Banks” in her day job as a WWE superstar. Sporting a blue armor that matches her wrestling hair color, she’s decked out for action here with removable helmet and jetpack. And with Star Wars figure prices going up and up, this is a deal to snag.
Send your Marvel Legends collection into the Multiverse of Madness with a translucent astral projection of Doctor Strange. Featuring an astral Eye of Agamotto and genie-ish lamp, the figure also comes with the head of Rintrah, the green alien minotaur. Either build him by collecting the other figures in the series, or treat his severed head as a villain’s trophy.
Diamond Select’s Tron figures featured movie-styled sculpts and paint, but these exclusive versions feature translucent, bright-colored plastic in the style of the vintage ’80s toys. Put them under blacklight, or even regular light, to make them shine like their movie counterparts.
Can evil karate man John Kreese manage to strike first on a ninja turtle? Playmates would like to imagine so, in this odd match-up set pitting the Karate Kid/Cobra Kai villain against the moodiest of the TMNT. Raph, left to his own devices, could be a great Cobra Kai, but he’d never let Kreese be the boss. And Splinter is 100% Miyagi-do. At $23.99, this costs less than some individual Turtle figures.
“Ancient shpiritsh of evil…transform thish decayed form!” It’s super-rare for Super7 Ultimates figures to maintain original retail price on the secondary market. And yet, here’s Mumm-Ra at original made-to-order retail. The evil undead sorcerer made for one of the smartest bad guys of ’80s cartoons, failing only when he was either failed by his minions or legitimately bested. Don’t miss out on this chance to bring him home and defeat all your heroes.
While everyone says the Ron Perlman Hellboy movies were better, the reboot had plenty of outstanding designs and makeup, including Hellboy himself. And Mezco’s accurate rendition of David Harbour’s take on Big Red is a steal by their usual standards. Armed with handguns, a carry case, and lucky horseshoe, this Hellboy looks fit to take on all forms of evil creatures. And after that, it’s party time.
$342.04 is one hell of a good deal for a $500 toy. Over three feet long, this epic Star Trek playset by Playmobil includes app-enabled features, plus fully functional bridge and engineering play areas. Also comes with both a display base and a mobile assembly to hang it from the ceiling.