Super Alloy Batman by Jim Lee

The new design of the Dark Knight is rendered here as a 1/6 scale figure, built with 85% die-cast metal alloy and featuring a whopping 50 points of articulation!

Featuring the amazing New 52 design by Jim Lee, the 12-inch figure features a detachable and poseable fabric cape, a grappling gun and a Batarang, as well as a magnetic gargoyle statue perfect for posing.


Check this out! You can now pre-order Sideshow’s latest take on Marvel heropes with this awesome rendering of the Mark II armor worn by Don Cheadle as Rhodes (prior to becoming War Machine). At 12 inches, it’s an impressive addition to any display shelf and helps bring the sheer awesomeness of the Marvel movie universe to your home. Definitely worth getting just for the looks, but if you really want to be impressed, then check out this insane list of features! Order now and he ships out in June!

Authentic and detailed fully realized likeness of Mark II with part of the armors unleashed in the movie Iron Man 2
Head sculpt with authentic likeness of Don Cheadle with helmet as Mark II in the movie
Approximately 30 cm tall
Over 36 points of articulations
Special features on armor:
Metallic silver painting on armor
One (1) helmet with LED-lighted eyes (white light, battery operated)
One (1) opened helmet
LED-lighted micro ARC reactor on chest (white light, battery operated)
One (1) detachable chest armor with internal exoskeleton details
One (1) pair of detachable biceps armor with internal exoskeleton details
One (1) pair of detachable thighs armor with internal exoskeleton details
One (1) left arm missile launcher
One (1) right wrist gauntlet (as shield)
Two (2) pairs of interchangeable palms including:
One (1) pair with improved articulations, movable fingers and light-up repulsors (white light, battery operated)
One (1) pair of forceful fists
Fully deployed air flaps at back of the armor with built-in metal flaps
AirBrake deployment system on left and right legs
One (1) pair of LED-lighted interchangeable boots with internal exoskeleton details and leg support inside (white light, battery operated)
Figure stand with Mark II nameplate and movie logo
One (1) more additional square figure stand with LED light-up function (white light, battery operated)
Sideshow Exclusive: Holographic forearm gauntlet

Masters of the Universe: DRAEGO-MAN

MASTERS OF THE UNIVERSE’s Draego-Man is…well, exactly what you’d expect from the name! A fearsome, yellow-eyed, red-scaled dragon in full armour. He wields a curved, iridescent blade and stands about 6-inches tall, about the norm for the whole MOTU collection. If you’re a fan of the Masters of the Universe…or you’re disappointed with the diversity in Skyrim and need to have a dragon-man on your shelf, you should definitely pre-order this little guy. He ships in March!


The IRON MAN movies remain two of the best entries to the growing Marvel Universe film series and the awesome designs of the man himself were a big part of it. Unsurprisingly, then, Sideshow has created some truly great renditions of the movies’ costumes and we’ve got the latest right here, Mark IV, packaged with the Suit-Up gantry, which Tony Stark uses when he needs to get ready for action. Take a look and order now! It’s a pre-order and will ship out to you in the first quarter of 2012!

Battery included for collectible figure, AG1 batteries (6 pieces) and AG9 (3 pieces) are required; Battery not included for Suit-Up Gantry, 3A batteries (3 pieces) are

The Suit-Up Gantry with Iron Man Mark IV 12 inch Figure Set features:

* Suit-Up Gantry:
* Authentic and highly detailed Suit-Up Gantry with great movability
* Approximately 15.8in H x 23.6in W x 12in D
* Over 80 points of articulations
* Five (5) mechanical arms including:
* One (1) left side for disarming the forearm armor with movable rolls
* One (1) right side for disarming the forearm armor with movable rolls
* One (1) in the front for disarming the chest armor
* One (1) at the back for disarming the helmet
* One (1) at the back for disarming the rear armor
* Four (4) small mechanical arms for disarming the leg armors
* Double-sided graphics on gantry base
* Three-layered convertible gantry base with light-up functions
* Realistic cables and wires
* Mark IV Limited Edition Collectible Figure:
* Authentic and detailed likeness of Mark IV in Iron Man 2
* Head sculpt with authentic likeness of Robert Downey Jr. as Tony Stark
* Approximately 12in tall
* Over 36 points of articulations
* Movie-accurate helmet
* LED-lighted eyes and Micro ARC reactor on chest (white light, battery operated)
* One (1) piece of detachable chest armor
* Improved articulations on waist armor, allowing flexible movement
* Detachable forearm rockets
* Three (3) pairs of interchangeable palms including:
* One (1) pair with improved articulations, movable fingers and light-up repulsors (white light, battery operated)
* One (1) pair of open palms with light-up repulsors (white light, battery operated)
* One (1) pair of forceful fists
* Fully deployed air flaps at back of the armor with built-in metal flaps
* Retractable countermeasure dispenser
* Articulated flaps at the back of armor on left and right legs
* Metallic red and gold painted armor
* Figure stand with Mark IV nameplate and movie logo
* An additional articulated Robotic Arm as bonus for this collectible set
ALSO! If you’ve already got the Mark IV armer, the SUIT-UP GANTRY Environment is available on its own right here!


A pair of awesome War Machine items are on their way a bit later this year! Check ’em out.

stands about 20 inches tall, striding into battle and looking absolutely awesome as he does. Based on the character’s striking, powerful look in IRON MAN 2, it’s actually the basis for the design of the film’s costume, used by the creators as a point of reference and now reproduced for the market. Battery-operated lights dot the eyes, chest and repulsors and add an extra touch of realism and accuracy. You can pre-order now and it ships in May!

is 25 inches tall, making it a life-size rendering of the character with shining eyes and a glowing arc reactor. Another item providing the basis of the real costume, it’s one that fans of the film’s design will definitely want to snag. The shoulder-mounted cannon also swivels to give the display a little bit of customiseability. Pre-order it now and get it in the 3rd quarter of this year!

Marvel Universe’s IRON MAN: HALL OF ARMOR

Marvel Universe has just released a three figure series based on Iron Man 2. Welcome to the Hall of Armor.

Featuring Iron Man Mark IV, Iron Man Mark VI and War Machine, this exclusive series boasts some beautifully-rendered 3 3/4-inch figures standing atop light-up platforms that cast a brilliant glow on the armour, keeping it looking sharp in Stark Laboratories while Tony and Rhodes take a time-out.

Each base takes 3 AAA batteries, but fear not! The batteries are mercifully included so you needn’t worry about that miserable moment when you take a toy home only discovered it’ll take a trip to the store to finally get to playing.

Check ’em out!

And while you’re here, if you haven’t managed to catch the flick yet, here’s a review from The Onion AV Club:

The primary challenge for all blockbuster franchises is to be big yet fleet. Iron Man is as good a model as any, thanks largely to Robert Downey Jr.’s flamboyantly narcissistic Tony Stark, plus filmmakers who valued pacing and character as much as superhero hardware. But sequels, in their quest for more and bigger action and colorful new villains, tend to take on weight, and suddenly Streetcar Marlon Brando turns into a marble-mouthed beast with an ice bucket on his head. The exceedingly busy Iron Man 2 comes perilously close to that tipping point—call it the Spider-Man 3 axis—but much like its predecessor, it’s a clean, efficient, somewhat generic piece of storytelling, and most of the additions aren’t subtractions. This passes for success in the summer movie season.

Exalted worldwide as a one-man peacekeeping force, Downey’s preening Stark has become so busy erecting monuments to himself that he hands over Stark Industries to Pepper Potts (Gwyneth Paltrow) and devotes his energies to Iron Man full time. But he faces serious adversity from within and without: Rogue countries and private competitors like Justin Hammer (Sam Rockwell) have begun testing their own weaponized robot suits, the Armed Services Committee (led by smarmy Senator Garry Shandling) wants to bring Stark under federal control, psychotic Russian physicist Ivan Vanko (Mickey Rourke) looks to carry out a decades-old family vendetta, and the arc reactor in Stark’s chest cavity is slowly killing him. And oh yeah, there’s his mysterious new assistant Natasha (Scarlett Johansson), and Nick Fury (Samuel L. Jackson), and a bigger role for military buddy Lt. Col. James “Rhodey” Rhodes (Don Cheadle, replacing and upgrading Terrence Howard).

That’s at least two sequels’ worth of incident packed into one, but director Jon Favreau and screenwriter Justin Theroux treat most of the scenes with a light, glancing wit that keeps the bloat at bay. Downey is reliably funny in his runaway egotism, and Rockwell’s Hammer proves the ideal adversary, a creature of equal vanity whose haplessness constantly undermines his raw, nefarious ambitions. The long stretches between action beats would be a problem for other movies of its kind, but as with the first Iron Man, the splashy effects sequences—which ring with the dull clang of metal on metal—are by far the least compelling in the film. The less money on the screen, the better the movie becomes. Is the Dogville set available for Iron Man 3?