One of the most iconic villains in video game history, GANONDORF finally arrives from Nintendo and First 4. Standing an impressive 23 inches tall, he’s an awe-inspiring statue cast in polystone and hand finished and painted. He features an incredibly detailed authentic hand-tailored fabric cape featuring wires that allow for awesome poseability. But forget that… just look at him.
He’s a UK import and his design reflects his look in Twilight Princess.
A stunning new 8-inch figure showcases one of the Chitauri, who proved to be a formidable foe when they took on the Avengers this summer . Loki’s foot-soldier looks equal parts terrifying and regal, a monstrosity in stunning Asgardian-style armor.
A Diamond Select Release! Designed and Sculpted by Gentle Giant! With 16 points of articulation and a detailed display base, this mystery figure will be the crowning jewel in any Avengers movie toy collection — trust us! The Marvel Select Avengers Movie Mystery Action Figure comes in oversizedcollector packaging, and is only available on the specialty market!
SPIKOR is coming! Shipping in July, Spikor can now be pre-ordered! Standing 6 inches tall and looking as intimidating as one can while blending turquoise, purple and magenta with a red belt. In terms of garish outfits, though, no one does it better than the complete Masters of the Universe line-up. And that’s one of the many reasons we love it.
Following in the footsteps of our post about the Psylocke Bishoujo statue pre-order comes a new pair of in-stock Marvel Bishoujo items: Green Phoenix and a truly impressive, dark variant, the Red Phoenix. Both figures stand about 9 inches tall, at a 1:8 scale with the other Marvel Bishoujo collectibles. Check ’em out!
An elemental force of fire and life, the Phoenix found a suitable host template in Jean Grey, the X-Man known as Marvel Girl. When Grey seemingly sacrificed herself to save her teammates the alien entity took her place and started a whole new heroic chapter in the saga of the Phoenix. Now for the first time Phoenix is presented in the Japanese Bishoujo (pretty girl) style based on original character art by illustrator Shunya Yamashita.
The Dark Phoenix is a whole new take on the most dynamic Marvel x Bishoujo beauty yet! Floating down out of the sky, she rests on one foot in a magnificent base consisting of a swirling cyclone of flame. With her leg pointed and her arms above her head, the Dark Phoenix is stretched to show off the amazing curves of her slender body while her flaming hair seems to erupt from her head. Wearing an alternate costume in brilliant metallic red and gold, the Dark Phoenix looks too hot to handle.Translucent materials used on various body parts and the flame base further add to the perfect likeness and essence of the character, as does the wicked grin on her Bishoujo-styled face.
There’s a brand new Marvel Select pre-order headed your way and here’s your first look!
Magneto (with helmet) is the latest addition to Marvel’s premiere figure line, Marvel Select, a collection that brings out the best in Marvel’s heroes and villains via high-quality individual figures.
Sculpted by Gabriel Marquez, this figure captures Magneto standing tall and proud above the ruins of the Xavier Institute (and the body of a fallen enemy!), looking as smug as you might expect from one of Marvel’s greatest supervillains ever. With ambitions to eradicate the entire human race in favour of the highly-evolved mutants, though, it’s unlikely Magneto intends to spend much time resting on his laurels, so this victorious pose won’t last long!
Made by Diamond, this figure can be pre-ordered now and ships in September! You’ll want to hurry, though, because the helmet-free variant has already sold out!
Marvel Select was a little late in the game rolling this figure out, but it seems that ABOMINATION has probably lived up to his name in the eyes of his producers, who seem to have made a bit of a mistake when they designed this figure.
No, it’s not anything really noticeable. In fact, the figure is probably one of the best Marvel Select has ever come up with. It’s got great detail, it’s big enough to work perfectly relative to the other figures in Marvel Select’s collection and it captures the character brilliantly. Unfortunately, part of Abomination’s awesomeness as a character and a figure is his massive size and weight and it seems that the sheer density of this figure and the heaviness that has caused has made it pretty tough for Marvel to ship it out. In fact, you might notice that they had to go back and reinforce every single one so that the villain’s girth didn’t cause it to tear right through its packaging!
Fortunately for fans who do like to take their figures out of the packaging, this extra feature just speaks for how great and how substantial the piece is. And for collectors, well, it’ll add a unique little twist to this figure when it’s next to the whole group! Of course, the ones for whom this might just be unfortunate is Marvel themselves, who might be regretting the extra weight when they factor in the extra costs! At least you get to enjoy it right along with the rest of ’em!