As promised, Arnold is back, this time in Sideshow Collectibles’ T-800 Terminator Battle Damaged Premium Format Figure. Wearing what remains of his trademark leather costume, brutal wounds from his final battle with T-1000 reveal his metal skeleton and complex wiring. Wielding an M-79 grenade launcher, T-800 stands bloodied and mangled, but determined to deactivate the advanced Terminator model, at any cost.
Prometheus Series 3 gives a new look at the Pressure Suit and Chair Suit Engineers. Using translucent blue plastic and hand-painted deco, these figures capture the holographic appearance of the Engineers as they are first seen by the crew — on the run from something terrible.
Each figure stands over 8 inch tall and features over 20 points of articulation. Also included with both Engineers is the brand new Ampule accessory, which can be opened to reveal the mysterious contents inside.
The movie trailer looks great but so did that Rihanna flick called “Battleship” (boy, did that one suck!). We have the Pacific Rim in stock and ready to ship. The figures look great…we will have to wait for the movie to come out to see if the figures fly off our shelves. You can buy them now before the movie is released (July 12th).
Star Wars fan? Prepare to drool as we show you some very, very rare new figures in two sets.
Next up, the Movie Heroes 2013 Wave 1 sends out Obi-Wan (Episode II), a sandtrooper, a battle droid, Episode III Anakin, Episode I R2-D2, Episode II Jango Fet, Darth Maul, Darth Vader and Episode II Yoda.
These guys are only available as cases of 12 and each figure is about 3.75 inches tall and features some awesome articulation and weaponry. Both sets are incredibly rare, too, so you should definitely snag these while you can if you’re a collector!
Major Henry Varro (“Hero”) joins Play Arts’ Kai Series, part of what we hope is a growing Starship Troopers collection. Based on Shinji Aramaki’s animated STARSHIP TROOPERS: INVATION, this figure is a stunning addition to any fan’s collection.
He comes with an alternate set of hands, an assault rifle (with grenade launcher attachment) and can be posed dramatically on a display stand.
A Japanese import, this Tali figure is based on her appearance in Mass Effect 2, clad in her signature purple gear. She’s a Kai Series Play Arts figure, so you know you’re not only getting quality sculpting, but amazing detail and paintwork, great accessories and a ton of articulation. Take a look:
Tali (9″ tall) comes with her M-27 Scimitar Shotgun and M-5 Phalanx Pistol and is packaged in a deluxe window box.
Star Wars is being swallowed into the Wonderful World of Disney, giving that company nothing short of what some say is total control of the Childhood Movie Market. If you believe the fans, the Empire has not only struck back, it’s bloated and unstoppable. Walt Disney Pictures has purchased Lucasfilm and plans to make more films in the Star Wars franchise. We will look at the reasons why fans may actually want to embrace the Dark Side. I found some funny pics of this….
This one ships in April of next year, but this is one that’s going to go fast, so we definitely suggest getting on-board with a pre-order because…well, just look at this thing:
This amazing Terminator Endoskeleton is the best kind of throwback; Sideshow brings you an incredible 1/4 rendering of the iconic character that’s sure to make a perfect addition to your display shelf.
Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Endoskeleton in The Terminator movie
Approximately 18.5 inches / 47 cm tall
Over 30 points of articulation
LED-lighted eyes (red light, button cell battery operated, included)
Electroplated endoskeleton with metal parts
Fully articulated fingers
One (1) plasma rifle
Figure stand imitating the movie scene with Endoskeleton nameplate and The Terminator movie logo