Frombie has announced their New York Comic Con 2013 exclusive - S2B2. The 9" tall resin is Frombie's biggest figure yet. It will be available at Booth #609 beginning on Friday October 11th 2013 at 10AM.
Blamo’s first self-proclaimed female character has moved to Blamoville. "Possessing telekinetic powers of both healing and destruction, Zuri is not to be trifled with, but her compassion is also legendary." The Zuri mixed media art toy is now available to purchase for $240.00.
The Minion Defense Force are a series of stuffed plush toys whose primary goal is to "keep our world’s governments free from squirrels, who are trying to rule over society". Each Minion has a code name, specialty, and job. And there are plush toys from several teams: The Minion Defense Force Team, The Minion Task Force Team, and The Minion Elite Special Forces.
Standing around 8” tall, each comes in his or her own regeneration box with their specific bio card. You can pick one up now over at Minion Headquarters for $9.95.
Wolverine, one of the most infamous superheroes of all time, was back in the summer blockbuster - The Wolverine. And Hot Toys has revealed news of their sixth scale Wolverine Collectible Figure crafted based on the image of Hugh Jackman as Wolverine.
Slated to be released in Q2/Q3 2014, Sideshow Collectibles currently has the figure for pre-order, priced at $224.99.
The sixth scale Wolverine figure features:
• Five pairs of interchangeable hands
• Black blazer
• Black coat
• Black shirt
• Black tie
• Pair of black pants with black belt
• Pair of black socks
• Pair of black shoes
• White vest
• Pair of gray jeans with belt
• Pair of brown boots
• Engraved metal Japanese sword with sheath
• Figure stand with Wolverine nameplate and the movie logo
Liz SanQuiche (aka Blazon Brikhaus) and April Elliot (aka Malo April) have conspired with SubUrban Vinyl to release a pair of 3-inch custom Dunny exclusives at New York Comic Con 2013. The Dead or Alive customs (one Dead and one Alive) will retail for $100.00 each and only be available at the SubUrban Vinyl/Tenacious Collective Booth #208.
Big Kev's Geek Stuff has announced their second exclusive for New York Comic Con 2013. The custom Trick or Treat Baby Deadbeet is painted by Adam Pratt aka Small Angry Monster. It's limited to 5 pieces and will be available for $20.00 at the Big Kev's Geek Stuff Booth Z16-Z17.
Mezco has made the time honored-tradition of Trick-Or-Treating even more thrilling by removing the tricks with their All Treats, No Tricks Mystery Box.
Each of Mezco's 666 Mystery Boxes will contain a full size 10-inch Living Dead Doll, and one of those 666 dolls will be a one-of-a-kind Red Krampus. The standard Krampus Living Dead Dolls were made as a European Exclusive. The limited number available in the US sold out almost instantly.
The All Treats, No Tricks Mystery Boxes will be available for sale via the above link starting on October 1st 2013 for $20.00.
Mezco Toyz has announced the latest of its collectible Living Dead Doll banners. The latest banners commemorates the dolls of Series 26:
The October moon is at its height,
So the witches come out to play at night.
The Living Dead Dolls series 26,
Is filled with dolls up to evil tricks.
Each banner features Samhain, Lammas, Holle Katrina, Lamenta, and Beltrane. They're limited to an edition of 13 pieces printed on durable 10 oz. vinyl and measuring approximately 18" x 36". You can pre-order one now (shipping mid-October) for $60.00.
With Superfestival 63 fast approaching, the Disarticulators have revealed their latest figure debuting at the event courtesy of Rampage Toys. The Ooze-Ball is designed and sculpted by Zectron. It's the follow-up to the Madball of Death, and it pays tribute to yet another cult classic from our misspent childhoods - the Ooze-It doll.
This initial ‘display only’ preview run has been produced by Tru:Tek in the Disarticulators’ standard urethane stock (future releases will be in rubber). It will be available in either flesh or neon green for this release (just 8 pieces in total).