DMS will be releasing the third colorway of the Robotic Space Traveller. The RTS3 will be dropped on Saturday April 8th 2017 at 3PM ET via the previous link. The 3.75-inch tall polyurethane resin piece is textured in a distressed style, with a weathered, rust effect paint job and gloss black eyes and magnetic articulation between the head and body.
Teen werewolf Scott McCall and his best friend Stiles are coming to Pop! vinyl. Funko has announced Pop! TV: Teen Wolf series of figures that include Scott in his human form… or as a werewolf.
In Star Wars: Episode IV A New Hope, Han Solo disguised as a Stormtrooper to infiltrate the detention centre where the Princess is held captive. Now, Hot Toys is excited to present an all-new 1/6th scale Han Solo Stormtrooper Disguise Version collectible figure based on his appearance in this memorable scene.
The highly-accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Harrison Ford
Tomenosuke is bringing back the killer fish, created by two of the greatest monster makers – Rob Bottin who worked on “The Thing” (1982) and ”RoboCop” (1987), and Phil Tippett on the “Jurassic Park” (1993) and “Starship Troopers” (1997) – for a low-budget (and now cult) film “Piranha” (1978).
Under the supervision by the legendary Japanese producer, Chako Vanleeuwen, the Japanese monster maker Higa Brothers cast the real piranha prop model and have handcrafted each and every piece to authentically reproduce the original creature –the Piranha Prop Replica Model.
There are two version available. The Latex Version (faithfully reproduction even the texture of the actual prop) is an edition size of 50 pieces and priced 69,800JPY (about $628). The Fiberglass Version
Taylored Curiosities has announced a new figure that will be ready for ToyCon UK at the end of April 2017. The Huoli Guardians set comes with a Guardian and two Huoli figures (handpainted and cast from an original sculpt), a seeing stone (made in the same way) with unique symbols from the ancient Huoli language, and the Huoli Fable printed onto aged paper.
Funko has announced the Pop! Heroes: Batman Classic TV series featuring characters classic 1960s Batman TV series. This series features villains Penguin, Mr. Freeze, King Tut, and The Riddler, as well as Batgirl – to keep the villains from creating havoc. There’s also a chase variant of The Riddler where he’s wearing his question mark suit and bowler hat.
Also announced is the Action Figure: 1966 Batmobile. The Batman and Robin figures feature nine points of articulation and are 3.75 inches tall. And the set isn’t complete without Batman’s signature Batmobile. This 11-inch ride is Funko’s first ride featuring rolling wheels.
It’s Not Funny brings together artists, designers, and collectives who use toys and humor to engage with serious subject matter. The diverse projects featured in this exhibition combine playful objects with unexpected and deeper cultural critique. It’s Not Funny includes new and recent work by Airigami (Rochester, NY) Bob Conge AKA Plaseebo (Rochester, NY), Chris Cosnowski (Chicago, IL), Dan Gunderson(DeLand, FL), Dina Goldstein (Tel Aviv, Israel / Vancouver, BC), Jason Schulmerich (Rochester, NY), and Tyler Bohm (Columbus, Ohio).
Threezero has announced the third figure from “The Great Wall” movie license. The 1/6th scale Strategist Wang collectible figure is scheduled to be available for pre-order at Threezero’s Official Website starting on Thursday April 6th 2017 at 9PM ET. It will be available for $168.00, with worldwide shipping included in the price. The Strategist Wang collectible figure stands approximately 12 inches tall and features a highly-accurate lifelike likeness to Andy Lau as Strategist Wang in the film.
Keep an eye out for the recent released Aloha! Lolligag – Green Version from Bombastic Fantastic. The 5-inch tall vinyl figure is limited to a run of 125 pieces. Look for it to retail around $45.00.
The 1990 live-action Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film holds a special place in the cockles of my heart. I was only 11 years old when it was released, and the film was the first that I was able to attend without parental interference. That’s a big moment for a youngster, and luckily it was a TMNT film and not something like The Rescuers Down Under (also released in 1990).