Amazon Prime Day is coming, Tues-Wed July 12-13! Because Black Friday is a long way away, and because some folks still worry about lifted restrictions outside, the slew of online deals offer a perfect opportunity to grab that major item at a massive discount. And while doing that, maybe pick up some cool toys. Here are the best Amazon Prime Day 2022 countdown collectibles deals that we currently recommend. Please note all deals are subject to sell out or stop at any time.
PANTASY Mech Astro Boy Toy Building Kit for Adults and Kids, Collectible Build and Display Model, NO.86203 (1,258 Pieces)
Build a foot-tall Astro Boy in LEGO-like bricks, with all his internal workings showing. With printed pieces and metallic paint, the final a great display item, while building hand-eye coordination during the construction.
McFarlane Toys‘ only Hal Jordan Green Lantern figure so far comes locked in battle with the evil Batman Green lantern known as Dawnbreaker. They include a limited-edition translucent display base made of discarded constructs like a rocket and tentacle. Hal includes a power punch effect and jetpack, while Dawnbreaker wields hard-light bats. Grab both for the price of one!
Build MODOK’s forces with this two-pack of AIM troopers. It doesn’t just include two full figures, but also extra heads and accessories to customize and create more troops. MODOK always was a head of the rest.
Chomp chomp, dee-licious! Pac-Man remains hungry for approval, and at under $20, this anniversary action figure feels like a meal at snack prices. Fully articulated, this dot-muncher includes alternate winking face, and mini pixel-style Blinky and cherries.
Star Wars The Black Series Luke Skywalker and Yoda (Jedi Training) 6-Inch-Scale Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back 40th Anniversary Figures
Concentrate! For the Jedi, it is time to train. From The Empire Strikes Back, this two figure set allows Luke Skywalker to carry Jedi Master Yoda in his backpack, or perch him on his feet during a handstand. They may become what we outgrow — is that the right phrase? — but in their prime and in the best Star Wars movie, remember them we shall