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11:30 PM on 12.13.2014

3A's offhanded comment takes shape with movie Bumblebee figure

It's been nearly a year ago since back in January 3A made an offhanded comment about having the Transformers license despite no formal announcement. Looks like that comment is finally bearing fruit as they finally reveal a Bu...

Jeremy Emerje Crocker


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The Ghost of Zepheniah Mann rises again in the Bambaland Store photo
The Ghost of Zepheniah Mann rises again in the Bambaland Store
by Brian Szabelski

ThreeA's Ghost of Zepheniah Mann is back in the Bambaland Store, resurrecting a past figure from their Team Fortress 2 collectibles line. Pretty much for hardcore TF2 fans only, the 8-inch figure doesn't have any articulation, but does have a light-up base to give Zeph a scary look. Oh, and of course, he's got a hat on because what good is TF2 without hats? 

The asking price is pretty steep, though: it's US$80. He'll be shipping out in December, just in time for Scare Fortress to be over and TF2's next holiday event to start. I'm passing on it ... but is anyone out there going to buy this?

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9:30 PM on 10.13.2014

NYCC 2014: ThreeA

ThreeA's display space at New York Comic Con 2014 featured some old favorites like the WBR figures alongside a few newer figures we'll be seeing in the coming months. The new Popbots are looking particularly nice, but the cen...

Brian Szabelski

10:00 PM on 07.29.2014

SDCC 2014: Threezero/ThreeA

Tucked away inside Diamond Distribution's SDCC booth were a multitude of figures from ThreeA and Threezero, most of them being licensed figures from the two companies. It was a chance to get up close and personal (well, as pe...

Brian Szabelski

10:00 AM on 06.23.2014

Delays hit Max Factory's Cerberus, Phat Company's Ryuko and more

Ah, the Good Smile Company delay announcement post. It's like an old familiar friend at this point, popping up once or twice a month to shatter our hopes and dreams, and then riding off into the sunset. While Deep Sea Miku re...

Martin Siggers

12:00 PM on 04.29.2014

ThreeA's new Tomorrow Kings arrive May 1

ThreeA's latest Tomorrow Kings figures are coming up for pre-order this week, and it does look like they have to hammer out some things ... literally. Kyodasha and Rongu Iku, the two individual figures up for pre-order, ...

Brian Szabelski

6:30 AM on 03.17.2014

Good Smile Company announces it's delaying (almost) everything

OK, not quite everything but man, there are a LOT of delays this month. In fact, there are so many delays that GSC took the rare step of not bundling the announcement in with its upcoming release schedule. Instead, we go...

Martin Siggers

2:00 PM on 02.24.2014

Good Smile's here to drop some more delays

By now the regular Good Smile Company delay post is a warm familiar friend. OK, that's a lie. It's still a crushing disappointment, but at least Good Smile is prompt and consistent about notifying us when our eagerly awaited ...

Martin Siggers

11:30 PM on 02.20.2014

Toy Fair 2014: ThreeA

ThreeA showed up at Toy Fair this year in style, and were definitely ready to show off their licensed products. Their Iron Man was in tow ... but they also brought a new Marvel friend with them, Doctor Doom. I know some folks...

Brian Szabelski

8:00 AM on 01.14.2014

Threezero shows glimpse of The Walking Dead Merle figure

After announcing that Threezero would be collaborating with AMC to create a The Walking Dead line, the wait was on to see what they would do. The only figures we knew would be made for sure were Michonne’s pet zombies....

Vanessa Cubillo



Tomopop Review: ThreeZero Toys - Michonne's Pets photo
Tomopop Review: ThreeZero Toys - Michonne's Pets
by Andres Cerrato

If you've watched The Walking Dead, you have your favorite characters. When ThreeZero, a subsidiary label of ThreeA, announced its acquisition of the license for The Walking Dead, you had in your minds visions of Rick, mostly likely Daryl, and who I want to see, Herschel. As part of the first installment of the series, we got not one but two figures. It's not the Dixon Brothers but instead Michonne's pair of zombie pets. 

It's an interesting choice for a scale figure release, especially considering the characters have no arms. ThreeZero looks to impress with a pair of highly detailed zombies. Find out if they did in today's sample review of ThreeZero's Michonne's Pets.

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5:30 PM on 01.06.2014

ThreeA lands Transformers license

Thanks to a seemingly offhanded comment made in a recent interview on the World of ThreeA production blog, Ashley Wood says that upcoming licensed projects include Transformers and Micronauts. That's really the entirety of th...

Jeremy Emerje Crocker