Devil May Cry’s Dante, now fully articulated

Capcom’s hugely successful video-game franchise has let gamers avenge a death by taking out demons since 2001. Who could resist an epic mission like that? And now, after the release of latest installment Definitive Edition just a couple of months ago,  it’s more than fitting to celebrate with a special seven-inch version of the series protagonist.

Here we say hello to Dante, the un-daunted warrior with his trusty pistols Ebony and Ivory. Set with 35 points of articulation, he’s ready to bring the on-screen battles to life with you. He also comes with his sword Alastor, a shotgun and interchangeable hands to enable him to wield all of his weapons. Dante will come in a flapped window box similar to NECA’s NES-style figure. A necessity for the ultimate DMC enthusiast, this version of Dante is not to be missed.

Devil May Cry me a river.

Devil May Cry me a river.

Get ready for this massive Pacific Rim Otachi Kaiju to stomp through

NECA has brought us the latest addition to their highly praised line of Pacific Rim figures, and this one’s a definite doozy. Measuring over 18 inches long, this is a toy that pays real homage to the real on-screen size of the kaijus. The great thing is that Otachi still measures seven inches tall, meaning that he’ll fit right in next to your other figures based on the movie. You can re-create all of your favorite scenes and more with this Otachi Kaiju!

And why wouldn’t you, considering how epic this fatal, Category IV kaiju really is? Not only can he fly, but he can let forth a corrosive stream of toxic acid from his own mouth, reducing the cityscape and Jaeger armor to a puddle. Appropriately enough, he thus comes with an interchangeable tongue to accommodate a sculpted jet of acid. 30 points of articulation attest to his dynamic ability, too, so you don’t want to delay when it comes to this dude.

Fly high, Otachi Kaiju.

Fly high, Otachi Kaiju.

Superman: Man of Steel statue swoops in, designed by Gary Frank

“People are afraid of what they don’t understand,” uttered Jonathan Kent in 2013’s Superman: Man of Steel. And in a world encompassing complex Middle Eastern political conflicts and cryptic adolescent phrases like “on fleek” all at once, one could say that there is plenty to fear. But let’s charge ahead here, toy-lovers, and knock that big, scary monster straight in the kisser!

Notable DC Comics persona Gary Frank designed this exclusive, fearless creation depicting the caped hero from Man of Steel, the inimitable Superman as sculpted by Tony Cipriano and Josh Sutton. He is seven inches tall, brand-new and released in a limited series of 5,200, so get him while he’s hot, alright? You’ll be glad you did.

This is also what I look like as I leap out of bed every morning.

This is also what I look like as I leap out of bed every morning.

Gorgeous Marvel Jubilee bishoujo statue, designed by Kotobukiya

Possibly the only mutant who can pull off both incredibly cute and incredibly ferocious, Wolverine’s trusty sidekick Jubilee definitely deserves a beautiful statue rendering all her own. And she’s come a long way from being a mall runaway on the pages of the 1989 X-Men comic, eventually becoming the youngest member of the X-Men. Jubilee also went through the crazy ride of turning the world upside down with her pyrotechnic capabilities, only to be de-powered and then turn into a vampire. Phew! We’ll be lucky if our lives are half as exciting.

She is next in the series of Marvel bishoujo figures, released in partnership with renowned Japanese designer toy manufacturer Kotobukiya. Based on a new illustration by master artist Shunya Yamashita, this version of Jubilee is aesthetically stunning in an updated costume. Jubilee, standing seven inches tall, is sculpted by Gotaro Takeuchi from Atelier Bamboo in such a way that’ll make you think that she’s about to release an intense show of pyro plasmoids. Scoop up this “rad” (hey, she is an ’80s kid) statue now!

'80s-tastic.

’80s-tastic.

Nostalgia alert! Two series of RoboCop vs. the Terminator 16-Bit figures

For many, treasured memories were created around systems like the Sega Master System and the Super Nintendo. The 1994 release by Mega Drive and Genesis combined the Terminator and RoboCop franchises to make one epic, hybrid game concept. And a decade later, it’s still making waves! Re-live the sheer magic of the 16-bit gaming experience with four NECA figures based on the cult game.

In Series 1, we have two versions of the feared Terminator. The T-800 includes a plasma rifle accessory, and the Endoskeleton comes with a standing heavy machine gun accessory. Series 2 includes the Rocket Launcher RoboCop and the Flamethrower RoboCop. Rocket Launcher Robocop is partially covered in sculpted flames, and comes with rocket launcher and laser pistol accessories. Flamethrower RoboCop includes a massive flamethrower accessory with removable “flame spray” attachment.

All four figures stand seven inches tall with full articulation, and are painted in an original deco scheme that pays homage to the 16-bit on-screen aesthetic. This attention to detail to make these guys as authentic as possible make these two series impossible to pass up. Save when you buy the Series 1 figures together, as well as the Series 2 duo.

Series 1 of the RoboCop vs. the Terminator line includes the T-800 Terminator and the Endoskeleton Terminator.

Series 1 of the RoboCop vs. the Terminator line includes the T-800 Terminator and the Endoskeleton Terminator.

Three brand-new Alien figures from NECA: Kane, Bishop, Dog Alien

It all started with the 1974 now-cult-classic Alien, wherein the sci-fi horror genre was totally revolutionized. Since then, scores of viewers the world over have been awed by the three films time and time again. Now, three essential characters from three different Alien movies can be yours, courtesy of NECA!

Bishop, Dog Alien and Kane are all seven inches tall and come in exclusive 35th anniversary clamshell packaging, whether you want to display your prizes or dig right into ’em. Kane in Nostromo Spacesuit is from 1979’s Alien, and comes in special 35th anniversary packaging. The android Bishop comes from James Cameron’s 1986 work Aliens, and features the likeness of actor Lance Henriksen. The long-awaited Dog Alien is from 1992’s Alien 3. Don’t miss out on this brand-new third series of Alien toys! Grab them all together to save your wallet some work, too.

Aliens exist.

Aliens exist.

Gipsy Danger 2.0 and Tacit Ronin from Pacific Rim and NECA

NECA has cooked up some very tasty Pacific Rim Jaeger figures for us all, and we’re so stoked on them we could almost just destroy an entire urban core!

Source: obsidianwings.blogs.com

Source: obsidianwings.blogs.com

Gipsy Danger 2.0 and Tacit Ronin are the two newest figures in this series, measuring seven inches tall and boasting over 20 articulation points, along with craftsmanship-like detail. Both Jaegers were designed using the actual digital files utilized by ILM in the creation of the film. You can’t get any more authentic than that — unless the giant monsters were to appear right in front of you, of course. We never say never over here at CmdStore! Snap ’em up together and save.

Jaeger bombs.

Jaeger bombs.