Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Raiden comes in from Good Smile Company

You’ve never seen him like this before! Check out the Nendoroid Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty Raiden from Good Smile Company. He’s a staple feature of the MGS empire, and so we think it’s pretty fitting that he’s finally here in popular Nendoroid format. This Plant chapter protagonist is five inches tall and has had his gentle features shrunk into adorable Nendoroid size.

Optional parts include his hand gun and assault rifle, a cardboard box and a naked body, allowing you to recreate various popular scenes from the game! A special expression drawn for the Nendoroid by Yoji Shinkawa, the game’s art director, is also included. Don’t miss out — click the image below!


S.H. Figuarts reveals Dragon Ball Z’s Son Goku

The legendary Japanese anime is reprised with this collection of characters based on the hit TV series. Take a look at this S.H. Figuarts Dragon Ball Z Son Goku, brought to us in conjunction with Tamashii Nations. This five-inch, fully-articulated action figure is made known of his legendary Super Saiyan blood through battle with his archnemesis, Frieza.

High-end modelling technology lets Tamashii re-create the post-fight “shredded” look of his gi. This guy comes with two interchangeable facial expression parts and eight interchangeable hands. Click the button below to add him to your cart!


Immerse yourself in a universe of “lurkers” with The Walking Dead Series 8

Beer isn’t the only awesome thing that comes in groups of six. Check out the eighth series of figures based on the hit AMC TV series right now! If you’re still reeling from the cataclysmic death of you-know-who in season 6 (hey, we’re not going to spoil it for you if you haven’t seen the episode yet!), we’ve got the perfect antidote.

These new figures make up the ultimate squad: McFarlane presents us with Rick Grimes, Eugene Porter, Morgan Jones, Dale Horvath, Bob Stookey and Tyreese Exclusive in five-inch form. Each character is intricately articulated, true to the respective actor’s on-screen appearance and comes with various accessories. Blister-card packaging makes them simple to display or tear into for maximum play action. Have them delivered straight to your door by clicking on the photo below!

Squad goals.

Squad goals.

Digimon are the champions! The S.H. Figuarts Metal Garurumon has arrived

We’re your number one source for all your digital monster needs! Introducing the S.H. Figuarts Metal Garurumon from Tamashii Nations and Bluefin. This five-inch, boxed figure based on the popular Digimon franchise is a must-buy for the devoted anime collector. Here, we see him featuring a completely re-designed and upgraded color design.

Digimon Adventure-heads are sure to get super stoked on this guy. The best part? You can re-create Metal Garurumon’s iconic frigid attack Metal Wolf Claw (Cocytus Breath) with the included effect parts. To re-imagine your favorite scenes, you can also pose him in regular wing or flying wing poses. If you purchase this set, you’ll be rewarded with a missile and special joint to use with Tamashii STAGE (sold separately). Click the photo below and get shopping!

Heavy Metal.

Heavy Metal.

S.H. MonsterArts debuts fully articulated 1996 Gamera

Gamera is definitely not like the other tortoises. First conceived of in 1965 by Daiei Motion Picture Company as an answer to Toho Studios’ Godzilla, Gamera has become a Japanese icon and representative of the “monster boom” of the 1960s. A prehistoric, shelled creature who feeds on petroleum products to be able to fly and breathe fire, Gamera is quite the creation.

Showcasing the aesthetic of the ’90s heisei series, this five-inch 1996 Gamera from Tamashii Nations’ S.H. MonsterArts line is a must-have. Featuring detailed articulation and design by kaiju sculptor Tomoo Haraguchi, Gamera is perfect for posing. This set comes with plasma effect parts with supports, a flying pose support piece, interchangeable flying appendage parts and a display base.


I thought turtles were supposed to be cute?

Red XIII from Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children movie is poised for attack

The 2005 Japanese animated science fantasy film Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children was an important step in the Final Fantasy franchise, and obviously a big deal for longtime fans of the gaming series. Set in the universe introduced in the now-classic 1997 RPG Final Fantasy VII, Advent Children has it all — mysterious kidnappings, an insidious disease and the heroes needed to make everything right again.

One of those heroes is the lion-like beast Red XIII. Tasked with defending the planet against those determined to take it down, he battles ferociously and protects unceasingly. Square Enix has released this guy as the next installation in their Play Arts Kai line, standing five inches tall and caught in mid-roar. The figures in this line feature generous articulation and mind-blowing detail. Feast your eyes upon Red XIII and purchase him to have as your own.

He clearly gave Katy Perry the idea for "Roar".

He clearly gave Katy Perry the idea for “Roar”.

Little. Groot. That is all.

We’ve given you the reasons why Groot is so darn easy to love. We clued you in to how you can text Groot himself. And now we couldn’t be more stoked to tell you that we’ll be carrying a special statue of the pint-sized, leafy bundle of cuteness, Little Groot!

And who can forget when Little Groot shimmied and wiggled to The Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back” in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy movie? If you didn’t find that cute, then you probably don’t have a soul.

Luckily, and Sideshow Collectibles don’t discriminate against those who are lacking in the soul department. This silver-screen-accurate 1/4-scale collectible is five inches tall and comes complete with three interchangeable head sculpts, a textured paint job to play up his foliage aesthetic and poseable arms and body to re-create his adorable dancing scene. You may tell yourself that you’re ordering it for your 10-year-old niece, but we won’t judge if you keep it for yourself.

Preorder Hot Toys and Sideshow Collectibles’s collab figure Little Groot now for February delivery!

Ma twigga I'm #faded

My twigga I’m #faded