Amazing Spider-Man has opened to mostly positive reviews, but some just aren't feeling it. The same can be said with the Nendoroid edition of the web crawler, with some of you just not the impressed with it. Myself, I'm indifferent towards it, but that doesn't mean that it is absent anything good about it.
What stands out to me most is, well, the included stand. The streets of New York City are shrunk and look great with the Nendo. As for the Nendoroid itself, to me, the texture used for the costume looks great, but I imagine some will not like the fact he's dimpled like a golf ball. I'm glad that the release is of the ultra-poseable variety, as having a non-moving Spidey is detestable.
With some more images out now, you can make up your mind as to what you think of the Amazing Spider-Man. He'll be available for pre-order next week, so you can make your final chance then.
[Images via Mikatan's Blog]
Kotobukiya has uploaded a photo gallery for its upcoming 1/6 scale DC ARTFX New 52 Deathstroke statue. The statue will stand nearly 12-inches tall and features a removable faceplate held in place by the power of magnetism.
Jack Nicholson's Joker was enough of a creeper on his own. Put him in a mime outfit, and all bets are off. Indeed, a sociopathic clown and a mime aren't terribly different (in terms of looks, anyway).
If you think about it, a...
Hasbro has updated Facebook once again to give us a first good look at a bunch of new figures for the Transformers Generations and Beast Hunters lines. Also included is a mix of new pics for some of their other upcoming figures. We're talking nine first looks and four more second looks.
Follow me after a jump to see it all and maybe even a little history lesson or two.
Matty Collector's May sale begins Wednesday, with club members' early access just now starting. The May sale (which features a US$4 off the cost of shipping promotion) features the following:
The "Wally West" Flash (DCU) ~ U...
Kotobukiya have recently revealed the official illustration for upcoming DC Comics Bishoujo Black Canary (she was revealed back in Toy Fair) by Shunya Yamashita up on their Facebook page!
What do you think, folks? ...
Alrighty, so since my last post, two more totally rad papercraft patterns from Gus Santome's Iron Man armor collection have emerged! We're almost at the end, here. It's bittersweet.
Check out the gallery for links, and be sure to check out Santome's blog for links to the free downloads on patterns for the Mark 6 armor and the Mark 7.
He's already hit the theaters, now The Dark Knight will be released again, as a high detailed action figure. From Medicom's MAFEX line, Batman is the second figure to be released after Spiderman. Standing at 6 inches tall, B...
Last week, we had a look at Gus Santome's latest custom papercraft featuring the Iron Man Mk. 1 armor and a group photo of what was to come. Since then, Santome has updated his blog with images and download links to the Mk. 2, Mk. 3, Mk. 4, and Mk. 5 armors.
They all look rad, and the patterns are absolutely free.
This week on Custom Made Monday, we've gone to the movies for a bit! Or maybe back to the 1920s ... or the pages of your comic book ... or into the sky on a jetpack ... or all of the above. Why? Because they're all among this week's customs, silly.
Hit the jump to check it all out!
Iron Man 3 is out, and we're about to enter a whole new world of Iron Man toys! There are quite a lot of upcoming Minimates inspired by the movie. We got a look at them at C2E2, but now you can see them in a more in-depth gal...