Meet somepony new! Pinkie Pie in custom-dyed, embroidered plush detail

August 26, 2014

The ever-beloved Pinkie Pie is here in 10-inch loveable, huggable, friendable plush form! With carefully detailed embroidery and a custom-dyed soft plush mane, this toy is true to Pinkie’s precious and whimsical character.

This little one won’t fail to make you smile and brighten up your day, no matter how sad or blue you may be. As manufactured by Aurora, we have Pinkie Pie’s friends in stock, too — Fluttershy, Applejack, Princess Twilight Sparkle, Rainbow Dash and Rarity, to be exact! Pick them up.


Don’t be a Cranky Doodle Donkey — give me a new home!

The G.I. Joe 50th anniversary Eagle Edge Pack will march you right into September

August 25, 2014

This set is a reminder that good things come in threes — the Eagle Edge Pack comes with three figurines, each measuring 3.75 inches. General Clayton “Hawk” Abernathy and Leatherneck have sniffed out Destro and are about to engage in a winner-takes-all struggle of honor and raging army prowess.

Hasbro is toasting to G.I. Joe’s 50th anniversary, and we count ourselves lucky for it! Each character comes tricked out in various battle accessories, with angular, assertive head sculpts that attest to manufacturing ingenuity. At a highly toothsome price for three full characters plus add-ons, how can one say no? Pre-order yours for September.



You’re not looking too shabby for 50 years old, Joe.

Jason (AKA Roy) from the Friday the 13th series chills bones with 1970s action-figure aesthetic

August 25, 2014

For the first time ever, the macabre Jason (AKA Roy) from the fifth installment of the Friday the 13th series is available to grace your collector’s stash. Like vintage 1970s toys, the 8-inch-tall Jason comes with tailored fabric clothing. He boasts weapons (cleaver, clippers and hunting mask), plus his blue-chevron mask, distinct to A New Beginning, can be removed and put back on.

It’s taken almost 30 years to bring the gruesome slasher to toy-life, but we’ve finally got him!



Immerse yourself in the Dark Side with new fall additions to Star Wars Black Series 4

August 24, 2014

The fourth Black Series, which premiered in 2013, has become known for high levels of articulation and forms true to the on-screen aesthetic of the film franchise’s well-loved characters. Now, there are six other warriors of light and dark to add to your personal army. Figurine standouts include incredibly accurate facial detail and action-sparked poses that allude to high-resolution cinema stills.

Luke Skywalker, Yoda, Snowtrooper Commander, Toryn Farr, Bastilla Shan and Dak Ralter can all be purchased separately — but that’s no fun at all! You’ll do best to get your hands on the complete series before they’re snapped up, young Padawan.


Coming to round out the Black Series, they are.

NECA’s Modern Godzilla is a Gojiradical full-length creation

August 24, 2014

NECA brings this 12-inch roaring beast to retail with a vengeance. Modern Godzilla measures 24 inches from head to tail, a fully sized must-have for the passionate Godzilla collector.

Enthusiasts of the mythical Japanese beast will adore the detailed work on the tail, which also makes the figure balanceable on any flat surface. 21 points of articulation add to the sculpture’s versatility.


Realistically ominous.

Pacific Rim’s Axehead breaks out of the breach and gets the Kaiju Deluxe treatment

August 23, 2014

For only the most passionate of monster connoisseurs, the incoming contender in NECA’s Kaiju Deluxe series should be vivaciously anticipated. The fourth deluxe Kaiju character in the series after Scunner, Trespasser and Knifehead were released earlier this year, Axehead is ready to conquer and destroy with his massive, slicing noggin.

This 7-inch figurine comes in traditional clamshell packaging ideal for display and storage alike. Mr. Axehead comes with total articulation and a completely re-done head vis-à-vis his original Kaiju concept model fashioning. Total imminent destruction? Don’t even stress about it.


Knife to meet you.

Limited-edition Harley Quinn nurse statue, as seen menacing her patients in Arkham Asylum

August 23, 2014

This grotesquely vampy Harley Quinn is about to adorn your collection with a sneer that could only be hers. DC brings this 10-inch, painted-with-detail polyresin statue to stores this summer courtesy of fine sculptor Jack Mathews.

There are only 5,200 of this devious medical professional, dressed in her stylishly evil nurse getup from video game Batman: Arkham Asylum. You think her smile can kill? Just wait until she makes you laugh.


“Look alive, wage slaves!”


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