For anyone who missed out on Stripe before, it’s a good way to grab the bad guy.
Inspired by the “Jungle Demon” variant from the first film, City Demon features the Predator decloaking.
’90s fans who saw the live show as children are all grown up, and NECA has an exclusive figure set just for them.
King Kong includes two different heads, and fists and open hands for both arms.
What if the ’90s “toyetic” designs were given a more realistic makeover to look the way they could have appeared in a movie?
Michael J. Fox and Tm Wilson finally agreed. Now we wait for Christopher Lloyd.
A skeletal turtle is totally cool, yet it depicts a thoroughly frustrating moment for gamers
Who’s ready to grow some infant Jedi chia?
The sculpt, though very similar, allows for much more articulation, most of which is fairly well hidden.
NECA managed to get several classic characters in one here.
Available strictly through specialty stores, these figures feature unique paint jobs and accessories.
NECA’s 40th anniversary quarter-scale Alien xenomorph figure has subtle differences from the last, but they’re there.
Classic cartoon versions of some major TMNT friends and foes are on the way.
Will you OBEY and CONSUME these figures inspired by John Carpenter’s classic, They Live?
There are more heroes than villains on this year’s list of the best action figures, but a superhero got their due!
Can the latest Dark Fate figures live up the previous Terminator toys?
Should anyone want to place him in action stances, the new one can hold them.
Those of us longtime fans of the giant radioactive lizard truly lost it when he went full flame-on in the movie’s climax.
As part of their ongoing Guillermo del Toro collection, NECA delivers his latest and greatest “monster: The Amphibian Man.
It’s ironic that the most normal-looking of the bunch finally became the first to get a figure.
Toys have come a long way since 1979, but in some ways, it’s been a full circle.