At 30 inches long, this sword is sure to strike fear into the hearts of all you defy you! Provided, of course, that they they have a powerful fear of plush toys. Still, you can at least feel a bit of the power of Grayskull when you hoist this above your head a la He-Man, so if you’re a Masters of the Universe fan, we still heartily recommend it.
You know we think Valve is spoiling us, so we’re just going to keep on loving it with this Turret Plush from Portal. Standing just over a foot high, this plush turret’s even got a light-up “eye” lens and speaks a number of lines direct from the game. Unfortunately, though, ThinkGeek wasn’t able to fit it with working machine guns, but we’re thinking that’s a fair concession. Order now and get it in February!
The foul-mouthed teddy bear from Seth McFarlane’s comedy hit can now be your best friend– though that might not be how you see it when he starts talking. This 16-inch plush toy features a number of phrases straight from the film and boasts a moving mouth to make it all a bit more legit– or as legit as a talking bear voiced by Seth McFarlane can be.
Koopas have it rough. Like Shyguys and Goombas, they almost never get their story told and usually end up on the wrong side of Mario’s boot, fireball or flashing, invincible body. And now, with today’s TeeFury shirt, they’re about to get kicked…again. So grab the figure above, snag the t-shirt below and join the Koopa Troop– they could really use some help.
The award-winning handheld game, CUT THE ROPE, has now hit the wild world of awesome merchandise! Take a look!
Cut the Rope is the newest handheld gaming sensation. Players must manage to get a piece of candy into the mouth of the Om Nom monster by cutting the rope from which the candy is suspended over Om Nom’s body. The 8″ Cut the Rope plushes bring cute little Om Nom to life in a variety of moods, from happy to concerned to satisfied.
Big fan of Angry Birds? Or Angry Birds Seasons? Or Christmas? Or maybe just sweet Santa Claus hats? How about just winter wear?
If so, then you’ve definitely gotta snag these upcoming figures! You can pre-order now and get ‘em sent your way in December. They’re available individually or as sets of Winter or Christmas Birds!
Mark Strong takes on the role of Sinestro in the upcoming Green Lantern feature film and it’s some inspired casting that only seems confirmed in its awesomeness by the above trailer.
And, of course, with the coming of the highly-anticipated movie, there’s bound to be a fresh wave of new merchandise, including a great line of movie-themed action figures–not to mention some great figures based on the recent comic arc, Blackest Night.
But we’ve also got a special line that’s come out recently and it’s a throw-back to yesteryear and a glimpse into figures of a simpler time: the Retro-Action DC Heroes quasi-plush line. Check them out here or see our latest addition, the villainous Sinestro, right here:
If you’re in the HALLOWEEN spirit, then perhaps you’d like to take a look at the three new Michael Myers items we’ve just gotten in-stock from the action figure and collectible masters at MEZCO.
Based on Michael’s appearance in the sequel to Halloween, this deluxe 12-inch figure boasts real fabric clothing and comes with the hacking knife that the killer has made one of his signatures. Packaged in a window-box, it’s one that’s sure to please both fans of the franchise and any collectors looking to add to their horror display.
ROTO-FIGURE STYLIZED MICHAEL MYERS
There’s something to be said for adding a touch of artistic flair to even a barbaric killer and here’s the result of an artist’s eye added to the classic look of Michael Myers. With the hands of a brute and the glare of a psychopath even behind the mask, this stylized figure adds something truly different that fans will likely appreciate.
CINEMA OF FEAR PLUSH MICHAEL MYERS
Well, I don’t think Michael Myers will ever be considered ‘cute’, but this is as close as you can get. A 14-inch plush toy, Michael’s still got his bloody knife, but he remains one of the very few psycho-killers you can happily take into bed with you. You know, if you’re into that.
Based on the MEGO figures that were popular in the 1960s, DC Direct has released a line of plush and plastic figures that capture the retro spirit for a new generation: Mattel’s new World’s Greatest DC Heroes. The first wave included Superman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Sinestro and Lex Luthor and, now, a whole new series of heroes and villains has arrived!
Each one stands (or is propped up!) about 8 inches tall and they match the original style of the figures right down to the old-fashioned packaging. Here’s a look at what you can pick up, both individually or as a full Series 2 set!
World of Warcraft Fan? Action Figure collector? If you answered yes to both (or just the first one and don’t mind being converted!), then we have yet another piece of good news for you with the arrival of a brand new deluxe figure.
Pretty big (a full 9 inches) and pretty intimidating, Korg’s design easily implies that he is built to destroy anything that stands in his way. Almost as wide as he is tall, he wields his massive weapon as though it were made of matchsticks. His expression is as vicious as the rest of him and it’s definitely a cool piece for any WoWer.
And in cuter news, 1up.com reports that you’ll soon be able to get your hands on a softer, cuddlier Warcraft collection, Blizzard’s own version of the incredibly popular Webkinz.
World of WarCraft’s pets are about to get a bit more tangible. The digital critters will soon be entering the real world via a new line of plush look-a-likes, which will come complete with a download code.
According to the World of WarCraft community site, the new line will include the Wind Rider Cub and the Gryphon Hatchling. The plush toys will come with a non-combat, account-bound pet to add to your menagerie.
The pets aren’t available yet, but both Horde and Alliance players will be able to pick them up when they hit the online store. In the meantime, there’s always Lil’ K.T. and the Pandaren Monk.
The current pets will run you $10.00. Expect the plush toys to cost a little bit more.