This brand-new Kotobukiya Japanese import is absolutely to die for. We’re proud to introduce the gorgeous Batwoman designer bishoujo statue, rendered in exacting detail and with amazing aesthetic attention that will make it the centre of your collection. Check out Kate Kane from 2006’s 52 #7, next in the line of DC Comics superheroes and supervillains to be styled according to the Japanese bishoujo tradition.
Renowned illustrator Shunya Yamashita spearheaded the design of what would become this 10-inch-tall or 1/7 scale figure of the Bat Family’s most elegant member. Choose between her masked appearance with a wig of long tresses, or an unmasked look with short hair. Hand outstretched and holding her cape, Batwoman is outfitted in a black-and-deep-red-themed bodysuit, boots, utility belt, gloves and cape.
Snap up this beautiful statue while it’s available!
You asked for it! Here’s a reprise of the wildly popular Marshmallow Man coin bank, where the soft, sugary madman himself has been transformed into something both practical and eye-catching. Perch him on your favorite shelf alongside your other Ghostbusters collectibles — no one will know that he’s hiding your secret stash of laundry money or helping you save up for that weekend getaway.
The Marshmallow Man stands 10 inches tall and sports a maniacal grin, bent on destruction. Honestly, a spooky apparition has never looked so adorably disarming. So, who ya gonna call?
All white everything.
“Agent of Love and Fire, the pretty sailor suited soldier Sailor Mars! In the name of Mars, I will chastise you!” Well, we’ve never exactly been chastised in the name of Mars. (At least, we don’t think so.) But from the looks of this awesome six-inch figure by Banpresto, it doesn’t seem all that bad.
Sailor Mars is captured here mid-stride with a pretty stance, looking onwards as if scouting potential foes and separating them from her galactic allies. Save the solar system and the fate of all its inhabitants with the newest instalment in the “Girls Memory” series, straight from that enigmatic island in the Pacific.
Grab Sailor Moon today on CmdStore.com — she’s brand-new and ready to complete your Sailor Moon collection!
I wish I could dress like this every day.
This Sunday, head over to the 11th Annual Action Figure Expo to get your collecting fix in the GTA. This show will have tons of cool stuff going on, including several special guests. Former professional wrestler Rocky Johnson (the father of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson) killed it on his own part in the 1970s and 1980s, and he’s here now to help you relive some WWF memories. Principal and seminal writer for the G.I. Joe comic-book franchise (and writer for other series such as Wolverine and Elektra) Larry Hama will be signing autographs and greeting visitors all Sunday. It’s the G.I.’s 30th anniversary this year, so what better way to celebrate?
The show will be held on September 28 at the Delta Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre (6750 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, Ontario) from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. There’s free parking, and bring a toy donation for Toys for Tots if you want to get in early. The show will feature a huge selection of vintage 1980s toys, as well as all that’s hot now from the franchises of Masters of the Universe Classics, Star Wars, Transformers and the like.
Can’t make it to this one? Make note in your calendar of the Ontario Collectors Con on January 26, 2015. Don’t miss these important chances to connect with other collectors and industry heavyweights!
Larry Hama, American comic book artist and writer for the G.I. Joe franchise, will be meeting fans in Mississauga on Sunday.
80s Toy Expo are very pleased to have voice actor Alan Oppenheimer, best known to fans of the ’80s for his voice work as Skeletor, Man-at-Arms and Mer-Man from Filmation’s cartoon He-Man and the Masters of the Universe, to the 2014 80s Toy Expo. He is also remembered for his roles as Warpath, Seaspray and Beachcomber in The Transformers. Mr. Oppenheimer will be available all day for autographs and photos.
The show features a huge selection of vintage 80s toys and all the latest releases from today such as Transformers (vintage and Japanese imports), Super Heroes (Marvel Universe/Legends, DC Universe etc), Star Wars (new and vintage), GIJoe (vintage and modern), Masters of the Universe (vintage and modern), Wrestling, and tons of other Action Figures and collectibles.
Like 80s Toy Expo on Facebook and follow 80s Toy Expo on Twitter for the latest news on this event and a chance to WIN FREE TICKETS! To get more information check out http://www.80stoyexpo.com and RSVP to the Facebook Event. The 2014 80s Toy Expo will be Sunday, May 4th (2014) at the Delta Meadowvale Resort and Conference Centre- 6750 Mississauga Road, Mississauga, Ontario with FREE PARKING.
This is a friendly Friday night reminder that the Montreal Toycon is less than 48 hours away! If you’re in Montreal this weekend, get down to the Courtyard by Marriott THIS SUNDAY THE 3rd to get your hands on everything from Transformers to GI-Joe figures, Sideshow Toys to Kotobukiya, DC Direct to Marvel Legends! No matter what you’re looking for, there’s a good chance it’ll be on sale from one of the 30 different dealers taking part in the show!
Naturally, we at CmdStore.com and ToysonFire.com will be there, selling a ton of the latest and greatest toys, plus some items for vintage and retro fans!
For more info, check the ToyCon Website, but here’s the quick rundown of what you should know!
November 3rd, 2013
10am to 5pm
COURTYARD BY MARRIOTT MONTREAL AIRPORT
7000 Place Robert-Joncas
St-Laurent, QC H4M 2Z5
(Near Mega-Plex Spheretech 14 Guzzo)
(Metro Cote-Vertu + 121 Bus West)
Kids 5 and under: FREE
See you there!