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7:30 PM on 07.27.2014

SDCC 2014: Sideshow Collectibles - Hot Toys

Hot Toys' 1/6-scale figures were featured at Sideshow's booth as usual. This year they had a couple of vehicles, some figures from The Dark Knight and Avengers, and lots of Iron Men. So many Iron Men. You should know the drill by now: hit the jump to see my impressions and favorites.

Tianxiao Ma


10:50 PM on 07.26.2014

Wonder Festival 2014 Summer: Nendoroid Batman, figma Leonidas and more

Wonder Festival 2014 Summer is here and Good Smile Company hit the ground running. We've got our first good look at the Nendoroid Batman that they hinted at and it looks quite good. Looks like he'll come with a Bat Signa...

Jeremy Emerje Crocker



Kotobukiya sets up a sting operation using a Wasp teaser photo
Kotobukiya sets up a sting operation using a Wasp teaser
by Scarecroodle

Kotobukiya has released a teaser image for what appears to be a Marvel Bishoujo Wasp sketch along with the caption, "HI! I'm the Wasp! And you've just been STUNG!"

The Wasp is best known for her Avengers affiliation, as she was a founding member of the group and a regular on its roster (despite having yet to appear in film...). More recently she was one of the starring characters in the short-lived Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (subsequently replaced by Avengers Assemble, which features more of a movie-verse cast). Her powers have included shrinking to about the size of a wasp, growing (up to 40-feet tall?), bio-electric stingers, and the ability to control insects.

This will be the character's first appearance in the line.

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Marvel Select Savage Hulk available now exclusively through MarvelShop.com photo
Marvel Select Savage Hulk available now exclusively through MarvelShop.com
by Scarecroodle

Diamond Select Toys has released a Marvel Select Savage Hulk and, as part of a timed exclusivity, the figure is currently available at MarvelShop.com but will become available through Disneystore.com after July 7th in addition to gradually appearing in Disney Stores across the U.S. and Canada.

The Savage Hulk presumably references the upcoming comic book series of the same name. At first glance, the Savage Hulk looks similar to DST's most famous Marvel Select Hulk (which has seen a few retoolings, including being adapted into a Red Hulk) although there are some significant differences between the two (including bicep joints, changes to the top of the pants, a new (or retooled) torso, new hand, open-hands, and the such). Standing roughly 9.75-inches tall, he should make for a nice display piece (although my favorite MS Hulk will always be the highly articulate, critically acclaimed The Avengers Hulk) especially given that the double open-hands will allow for throwing and grappling poses.

DST's Marvel Select Savage Hulk is available now for US$25. Be sure to check out the photo gallery.

[ Order at MarvelShop.com ]

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5:00 PM on 06.11.2014

By Odin's beard, figma Thor verily looks great but is verily too expensive

From the Halls of Asgard to the Fires of Muspelheim, all sing the song of Thor. Thus verily should it come to nobody's surprise that Max Factory's upcoming figma Thor has received additional images. While I like figma Thor, I...

Scarecroodle

8:00 AM on 06.11.2014

Another look at figma Captain America

The folks over at Akiba Hobby had a look at figma Captain America, and I thought I'd share a few images here - just a small selection, really, so check them out for the full look. If you can block the extravagant asking price...

Kristina Pino



Don your stars 'n' stripes for figma Captain America pre-orders photo
Don your stars 'n' stripes for figma Captain America pre-orders
by Martin Siggers

figma Captain America's popped up in quite a few places recently, from the Miyazawa Model Exhibition to a Figsoku blog, but now he's finally been placed onto the official Good Smile site, which means we get lovely high quality preview images to pore over.

I think Cap looks great and Max Factory have done an excellent job of capturing all the detail in his outfit (check out those zips on his legs) while giving it the necessary tough, armour-like look. The face is super bland, but it's not a disaster and overall I'd classify the figure as a real looker.

Unfortunately (and exactly like past entries in the Avengers range), nobody is really going to talk about the figure when you could talk about the price - a whopping ¥6,111. That's the cheapest in the line yet but still utterly bonkers for a figma, and one which only comes with a single accessory (the shield) at that. Sadly I suspect that'll limit the sales of what looks to be a real smart toy, but if you've gotta have him pre-orders are open now.

[ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan | Big in Japan ]

[via Good Smile Company]

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WonderCon 2014: Kotobukiya's Spring Preview panel, Part 2 photo
WonderCon 2014: Kotobukiya's Spring Preview panel, Part 2
by Natalie Kipper

Now that you all have had a chance to read over Part One of our coverage of Kotobukiya's Spring Preview 2014 panel, let's move on to the second half. While the first portion jumped between several different fandoms, the majority of this one is all about comics, comics, and more comics. Read on and you'll see what I mean.

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9:00 AM on 04.12.2014

Kotobukiya's ArtFX+ Thor looks less than divine

Kotobukiya has released a photo gallery for its upcoming Marvel Now! Avengers ArtFX+ Thor and... his face looks pretty bad. The 1/10-scale statue is the fifth entry in Kotobukiya's Avengers ArtFX+ line-up and follows Hawkeye ...

Scarecroodle

11:00 PM on 04.10.2014

Exclusive unmasked MS Captain America on the way

Captain America: The Winter Soldier may be in theaters now, but fans will have to wait until May to pick up an exclusive battle-damaged Marvel Select "Unmasked" Captain America featuring both a masked and an unmasked head. Th...

Scarecroodle

7:00 AM on 04.08.2014

Miyazawa Model Exhibition Spring 2014: figma Captain America

Were you one of the many who went to see Captain America: The Winter Solider over the weekend? I sure was! Now all I see is Captain America fever. So it was perfect that Max Factory’s figma Captain America appeared at ...

Vanessa Cubillo





Tomopop Review: Funko's Marvel Mystery Minis Loki photo
Tomopop Review: Funko's Marvel Mystery Minis Loki
by Scarecroodle

Funko easily ranks among the top makers of blind-boxed collectibles, and it's easy to see why with exciting entries such as the Marvel Mystery Minis series. This time around Funko has released a regular version of the series (which can be found at all the usual retailers) as well as a Hot Topic exclusive version.

Today we'll be taking a closer look at one of the figures you might find in a box (if you're REALLY lucky, that is!), the ultra-rare Loki with staff.

Full review after the jump.

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