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Although Harley Quinn debuted about a decade too late to be part of Mego’s World’s Greatest Super Heroes line of action figures, Dr. Quinzel is getting a shot at that 1970s glory, courtesy of Figures Toy Company.
As revealed by 13th Dimension, the fan-favorite anti-heroine has been reimagined in a retro style, so the doll will fit in perfectly with the toymaker’s reproductions of the other classic comic book heroes and villains from Mego.
If Captain America: The Winter Soldier taught us one thing, it’s that stars Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson and Anthony Mackie are terrific together on screen. If it taught us a second, it’s that nothing — not a decades-old global conspiracy, not would-be assassins, not even Robert Redford — can keep Nick Fury down.
Hot Toys is celebrating the S.H.I.E.L.D. director with a 1/6th-scale collectible figure, based on the likeness of Samuel L. Jackson from the Marvel Studios film. Standing nearly 12 inches tall, the figure boasts more than 30 points of articulation, six interchangeable hands, a removable eye patch, a removable arm sling, a pistol, a mobile phone, a data-storage device and a display stand.
After releasing Pop! and Dorbz collectibles based on Batman ’66, Funko has tuned back in at the same Bat-time, same Bat-channel with Vinyl Idolz figures from Vinyl Sugar inspired by the classic television series.
Arriving in October, the collection features 8-inch versions of Adam West’s Batman, Burt Wad’s Robin, Yvonne Craig’s Batgirl and Cesar Romero’s Joker, with the Clown Prince of Crime most closely resembling his TV counterpart. Still, there’s something almost charming about the Boy Wonder’s glassy-eyed stare.
Mondo is headed back to the sewers, with the first action figure in its 1/6th-scale Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series going on sale Thursday.
Introduced last month at Comic-Con International, Leonardo kicks off the line inspired by both the Kevin Eastman/Peter Laird comic book and the classic cartoon. Priced at $149.99, the fiigure boasts more than 25 points of articulation, interchangeable heads with the original red mask from the comic and the color-coded blue one from the cartoon, dual katana and scabbards, interchangeable hands, two four-point shuriken, two eight-point shuriken, grappling hook and cord, an Utrom blaster, a belt with scabbard strips, a pre-mutation Splinter, and a pre-mutation baby Leonardo.
English and Scharf famously appeared, alongside Robbie Conal and Shepard Fairey, in the 2012 Simpsons episode “Exit Through the Kwik-E-Mart, a nod to the Banksy documentary Exit Through the Gift Shop.
While we know we’re not supposed to touch Lola, Funko is making it tough to resist with this upcoming addition to its Pop! Rides line.
Arriving in October, the new Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. collectible features Director Phil Coulson with his prized possession, the high-flying, flamethrowing 1962 Chevrolet Corvette better known as Lola. And, yes, Director Coulson, we realize Lola’s not just a collectible.
After bringing that retro-style 12-inch Deadpool 12 to Comic-Con International last month, Gentle Giant is back to unveil two more jumbo figures — one from its Batman: The Animated Series line, the other from DC Super Powers.
Based on the 5-inch action figure introduced in 1993 by Kenner, the 1/6th-scale Catwoman stands 11 inches tall, and comes complete with a retro-inspired backer card, resealable package, and a feline companions. Although no release date has been announced, Catwoman will find a place on shelves next to Robin and The Joker from the BTAS jumbo line.
Never has Gotham’s seedy underworld looked as cuddly as it does right now.
Funko has announced it’s adding Fox’s Gotham to its Pop! Heroes line, which already includes vinyl figures based on fellow DC Comics-based television shows Arrow and The Flash.
If you already own Sideshow Collectibles’ Batman: Arkham Asylum Joker statue, and have the Arkham Asylum and Arkham Knight versions of Batman preordered, then your bank account must be as impressive as your shelf space. If that’s the case, you’ll likely want to make room, and possibly dip into savings, for this 33-inch Arkham Knight statue.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and TT Games welcome Scooby-Doo and the gang to LEGO Dimensions with a trailer that blends cartoon footage with a ton of gameplay.
Unsurprisingly, the focus is on Scooby and Shaggy, who are transported into the game worlds — or, rather worlds — where they’re shown falling back on their old dress-up gag in front of STAR Labs, driving the Mystery Machine through a number of familiar locations (including the Simpsons’ wrecked living room), and, ever-so-briefly, interacting with Batman.
More than six months after it first teased the statue, Kotobukiya has official revealed the next addition to its Marvel Bishoujo line: Lady Deadpool.
Arriving in February, Earth-3010’s version of the Merc with a Mouth stands 9.5 inches tall comes complete with two interchangeable heads (one with the mask and one without, revealing the face of Wanda Wilson beneath) and two interchangeable hands (one holding the mask).
Nineteen-year-old Joseph Zawada is such a big fan of the 2006 video game The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess that he devoted two and a half years of his life to recreating its Hyrule Castle in LEGO.
Although Zawada, who debuted the replica earlier this month at BrickFair Virginia, doesn’t tell Beyond the Brick just how many LEGO were used, you can see that it was a substantial undertaking (he notes that he devoted a lot of attention to making the vegetation look “as organic as possible”).
NOTE (Aug. 20): The images have been removed at the request of the LEGO Group.
Along with the avalanche of Star Wars movie news rumbling out of Disney’s D23 Expo arrives the first official look at seven LEGO sets for Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Presumably available in December, ahead of the film’s premiere, the first wave of LEGO sets will include an updated Millennium Falcon, Poe Dameron’s X-Wing, Rey’s Speeder and four First Order ships — chief among them, Kylo Ren’s Command Shuttle.
As undeniably cool as Bandai’s reimagined ronin Boba Fett action figure is, maybe you’re more of a Star Wars traditionalist — the kind of Original Trilogy fan who prefers their bounty hunter mysterious, universally feared, and … about to be slowly digested over a thousand years. If that’s the case, you’re in luck.
Boba Fett is the most feared bounty hunter in feudal Japan in this fantastic addition to Bandai’s Meisho Movie Realization line of Star Wars action figures.
Sculpted by Takeyuki Takeya and Junichi Taniguchi, the Mandalorian warrior is reimagined as a lordless ronin, armed with a flintlock-style blaster, a sword, a removable backpack missile, four interchangeable hands, and an assortment of smaller blades.