The California Governor just keeps on rolling (sort of like the Duracell Bunny). While surfing I found a really neat moving Gif of Arnold Raving. Yes, he is Raving! Check it out:
Ok…he’s not at a rave party but appears to be on a beach…..but you gotta admit he is pretty good. If he was doing it on a dark dance floor, we would all be mesmerized.
While I have your attention focused on those biceps….we did get a new Conan the Barbarian figure called Temple of the Serpent. You can pick it up from our website: www.cmdstore.com.
Ironman 2 movie is coming and we are looking forward to a new Marvel Select release from Diamond Select: War Machine. The prototype pic we got from Diamond looks pretty impressive. The figure will measure about 7 inches. This figure features top-quality sculpted detail, and we expect multiple points of articulation. You can reserve your figure from www.cmdstore.com today.
We finally got our shipment of Adora from MattyCollector.com. Princess Adora is fully-articulated and sculpted with amazing detail by the Four Horsemen. She comes complete with:
* Removable holster
* Horde Force Captain blaster
* Sword of Protection
Do I need to say anything more? Actually, I should say one thing: “By the power of greyskull! I have the power!” Dawg….He-Man Rocks!
Just a little reminder that we are selling out fast….we have these cute little Mascot toys based on the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics (my personal favorite is: Quatchi).
Designer Vinyl Action Figures, Official Licensed Merchandise The designer vinyl toys feature the 3 official mascots Miga, Quatchi, Sumi – along with their mini sidekick Mukmuk. The 3 official mascots are available both as individual figures, and together as part of a special collector’s set of 4 figures with an exclusive Mukmuk and his foam finger.
We are not allowed to sell them from our website however, you can place your order by phone. Or, if you happen to be in Montreal or Ottawa, you can drop by and check them out at our retail location. For more details on this product, please click the image below. If you would like to place a phone order, please call toll free: 1-877-731-3940 (don’t be shy, leave us a message if we’re not in and we will get back to you).
TOYS on FIRE (MONTREAL)
1539 Van Horne Avenue
(Near Outremont Metro)
Montreal, QC H2V 1L4
TOYS on FIRE (OTTAWA)
RioCan Marketplace Center
130 RioCan Ave, Unit #3
Nepean, ON, K2J 5G4
Before he was a derisive word for the too-thin (or a sarcastically derisive word for the too-fat), Skeletor was the arch-nemesis of He-Man. As with the Battle Cat post, I have to admit that I am definitely not very knowledgeable about the Masters of the Universe (Is He-Man one of them? If not, who the heck are they?). Really, all I can add to this post is that Skeletor always made me wonder why calling someone Skeletor meant that they were thin, when in fact Skeletor was totally ripped:
This reissued Skeletor figure stands roughly 6 inches tall and comes with a sword I can only imagine is extremely relevant to the plot (Eventually I will have to learn more than “looks cool” about these figures and this collection as a whole). He joins a bunch of other reissues and a selection of brand-new pieces over in CmdStore.com’s Masters of the Universe section. Check it out!
There’s a brand new poster out for this year’s remake/reboot of A Nightmare on Elm Street. We’ve already seen Freddy’s complete new look in the A Nightmare on Elm Street action figures, but nevertheless the foreboding new poster makes us wonder what lurks in the shadow of the hat and just how terrifying it’s going to be. Some might lament the apparent loss of the humour that seems to be the hallmark of modern remakes (grim grittiness = awesome?), but at least the poster indicates that they’ve still got the original in mind.
I suppose I could have done without the added details of the beat-up hat and torn sweater (if he’s an immortal dream monster, why does he only have one set of clothes?), but I think we can all just keep our fingers crossed for the best while expecting the worst and try to enjoy the ride.
For the rest of our Nightmare on Elm Street items, from posters to figures, check our the Nightmare on Elm Street section over at CmdStore!
The popular Ame-Comi series from DC Direct takes your favourite heroines and villainesses of the DC Universe and gives them an anime makeover. Each one is a statue or action figures and manages to make the costumes even more impractical than usual, but at least makes them look very, very cool. And now, it’s not just for the ladies anymore. Batman has joined the party.
I admit that I’m a person so dedicated to the look of Batman and his universe that playing Arkham Asylum included having to overcome the wildly different outfit they forced on Harley Quinn. But nevertheless, I can admire some different interpretations and this does at least fit in with the rest of the series Ame-Comi. He stands about 8 inches tall, though he is hunched over, and comes handpainted with a stylish stand for display on a toyshelf. Despite the name, though, he is more PVC figurine than action figure, as he is not articulated.
Though he definitely has the coolest look of any of the DC men, we can only hope that this is a trend that continues to see the likes of Superman, Green Lantern and–with luck–The Joker.