Sporting a super sweet beard, KING HE-MAN prepares to join the ranks of the Masters of the Universe figure collection. From the future of Eternia, he rules in the never-produced series He-Ro, son of He-Man. This is one for the behind-the-scenes fans and is based on concept art. Enjoy!
SNAKE EYES and TIMBER are the latest additions to Sideshow’s amazing line of GI JOE figures. Naturally, they’re some of the best figures out there and any fan of the franchise can agree that they’d make a fantastic addition to a display shelf. Take a look below:
With some amazing crafstmanship and articulation on both figures, this is a good choice if you’re looking to get into the higher-end collectibles. The Snake Eyes and Timber Sixth Scale Figure features:
Snake Eyes – Prometheus Body – Muscular Arm Version with 16 points of articulation
Timber – Fully Posable with 12 points of articulation
Two Snake Eyes Portraits – one with visor, one with goggles
Detailed costume includes a TAD Gear Messenger Bag, Commando Sweater, and other new fabric elements
XCR PDW Rifle
Grenade Launcher with multiple grenades
Assortment of switch-out hands
Pistol and Holster
That’s a mouthful!
The bloody black and white zombie 3-pack is a fantastic new addition to the Walking Dead merch collection and it’s one that real zombie fans are sure to enjoy, down to every last gory detail.
The Bicycle Girl might be the most famous of the show’s undead set, but the Well Zombie and the RV Zombie definitely gave us some memorable –and unpleasant– moments, as well. Here, they’re rendered in a classic, creepy black and white, but the blood and gore retain their colour as grisly highlights.
OPTIMUS MAXIMUS is the latest release from Transformers’ CYBERVERSE collection. A massive 12” figure, he makes an impressive addition to any TF fan’s collection.
A 2-in-1 figure, Optimus includes dual arm cannons and a mega-blaster and, when converted to vehicle mode, features enough room to hold up to 9 Cyberverse figures! Add to that glowing lights and sounds and you can see why this is one of the finest figures out there.
• OPTIMUS MAXIMUS figure converts from robot mode to vehicle mode. • In robot mode he has 2 arm cannons and a mega blaster! • Command cockpit! • In vehicle mode he can hold up to 9 CYBERVERSE figures. • Includes 3 missiles! • Lights and sounds!
Sure, lots of people enjoy the characters of the Star Trek universe: Kirk, Picard, Uhura, Data, Sisko, the list is endless and their fans number many. But there are those who prefer something a little more consistent, a steadfast element that has followed the crew through all of its incarnations: The Enterprise.
And if you’re one of those people, then you’ll be happy to know that you can now profess your love through the starship with cuddles. Check it out:
For ages 3 and up and for Trekkers(!) of any age
Squeeze it and the photon torpedoes fire thrice
Red LEDs blink on the nacelles
Officially licensed Star Trek collectible
Dimensions: approx. 13″ long, 6″ across (saucer section)
Talk about your throwbacks! Eddie and Marilyn come direct from 1313 Mockingbird Lane.
A Diamond Select release sculpted by Jean St. Jean, these figures are part of a new series that was voted “Best New License of 2012″. Based on the hit (and later cult classic) The Munsters, Eddie and Marilyn were the youngest of the family and come here as a pair, packaged with accessories including a massive collar for the largely unseen SPOT.
Now this–this–is an awesome figure.
From Diamond Select and sculpted by the brilliant Art Asylum, here’s a brand new figure that makes up part of a highly collector-friendly action figure line. Featuring a cave and a Horta alien (from “Devil in the Dark”), this 7-incher features incredible detail, an amazing paintjob and enough articulation to satisfy those who like to put some action into their displays.
If you missed out on the SDCC 2012 Exclusive Bruticus, you can still build a big ol’ robot in disguise with the second 2012 wave from the Transformers Generations collection.
As you can see above, there are 5 figures in this series (Blast-Off, Brawl, Vortex, Swindle and Onslaught); collect them all and you’ve got a big, bad Bruticus on your hands. Individually, the Transformers are about 6 inches tall and can be purchased individually, if you’re more about the details than the big pictures– or just enjoy picking your faves.