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Upcoming gamer toys available this fall
This week Tomopop is sponsored by Halo Mega Bloks, the customizable construction set featuring popular vehicles from the games with articulated figures inside. In Fall 2015, Halo Mega Bloks is offering 5 vehicles based on the...

NYCC 2014: Kotobukiya photo
NYCC 2014: Kotobukiya

NYCC 2014: Kotobukiya

The perfect accompaniment to Kotobukiya's panel
Oct 11
// Natalie Kipper
After reading all about Kotobukiya's future products in Tian's overview of their panel at this year's New York Comic-Con, I am sure you are chomping at the bit to feast your optical nerves on the company's booth from the...
SDCC 2014: Threezero/3A photo
SDCC 2014: Threezero/3A

SDCC 2014: Threezero/ThreeA

Much more than just a bunch of robots
Jul 29
// Brian Szabelski
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...
SDCC: Play Arts Kai photo
SDCC: Play Arts Kai

SDCC 2014: Square Enix - Other Play Arts Kai

Jul 26
// Brian Szabelski
Having touched base on the comics and Final Fantasy/Kingdom Hearts related Play Arts Kai, let's wrap things up from the Square Enix booth with a look at everything else in store: The Atlas from Titanfall was at the booth...

Kotobukiya photo

SDCC 2014: Kotobukiya - Anime and Video Games

Attack on your savings
Jul 25
// Pedro Cortes
Here we are with another booth, straight from the floor at San Diego Comic Con. Here, we have several anime and video game items from Kotobukiya. The thing that'll likely grab your attention is the excellent looking Levi and ...

WonderCon 2014: Kotobukiya's Spring Preview panel, Part 1

Apr 21 // Natalie Kipper
Firstly, it should be noted that this panel did not deal with any model kits or toys not destined to reach North American audiences. In other words, the toys shown will see the light of day outside Japan, at least in North America (I am not sure about Europe). The panel started off with talks of the exclusive toys for San Diego Comic Con and New York Comic-Con. SDCC will have two as yet unnamed pieces and NYCC will have one. More news will, of course, be revealed as those events draw closer. In the world of anime, we saw slides of Rage of Bahamut's Dark Angel Olivia and Sword Art Online's Leafa, both of which release next month, along with Fairy Dance Asuna, due out in October of this year. It was also revealed that Kotobukiya is currently working out the details for handling the Attack on Titan license. That news received a large amount of fanfare from the panel's audience. Moving on to the Star Wars universe, we confirmed that Bishoujo Mara Jade will have an interchangeable base, allowing it to bare the insignia of either the Rebel Alliance or the Galactic Empire. The next announcement was the ArtFX+ Sandtrooper Squad Leader two-pack and the ArtFX+ Sandtrooper Squad Sergeant single-pack. Both figure sets were on display at Kotobukiya's booth after the panel. The previously announced ArtFX+ Han Solo and Chewbacca two-pack will be followed by a two-pack of Luke and Leia. The four figures can be posed together. Next up was the realm of gaming, starting with the news that Kotobukiya would now be making figures of characters from the Halo series. Along with that reveal came images of the the first release in the line, ArtFX Master Chief. The figure will have limited posing capability and come packaged with rife and hand grenade accessories (which he will be able to hold). For the Street Fighter series, we saw additional pictures of Bishoujo Cammy (her base will be clear; not black like in the photo), set to release this September. Following her in the Street Fighter Bishoujo line will be Juri, which we saw concept art of. And for Tekken Tag Tournament 2, the next Bishoujo statue for that line will be Nina Williams. That's all for part one of the Kotobukiya Spring Preview 2014 panel. Part two will be coming up shortly. Look forward to it! 
WonderCon 2014 Kotobukiya photo
Covering the anime, Star Wars, and gaming portions
For a toy collector, if you only attended one panel at last weekend's WonderCon, it was Kotobukiya's Spring Preview. They had licensing announcements. They had prototypes. They had concept art a plenty. Heck, they even had a ...

Toy Fair 2014: Kotobukiya photo
Toy Fair 2014: Kotobukiya

Toy Fair 2014: Kotobukiya Catalog preview

Marvel, DC, and Halo oh my
Feb 16
// Andres Cerrato
Toy Fair has returned and there's plenty to be excited over. One of our favorite companies, Kotobukiya, is trying to get a bit more of a buzz with the release of their preview catalog. From Bishoujos to ARTFX, Kotobukiya has a bit of something for everyone. Check out the catalog preview after the jump!
NECA Halo photo
Figures and more on the way
NECA and 343 Industries have just announced a new licensing deal, one in which the Halo franchise will get a ton of merch made by NECA. That includes 1/4-scale figures, mini-figures, prop replicas, and according to the press ...

NYCC Mega Bloks photo
NYCC Mega Bloks

NYCC 2013: Mega Bloks

Mega Bloks' got game, specificially Call of Duty, Halo, and Skylanders among other things
Oct 15
// Jeremy Emerje Crocker
Mega Blocks made their presence known at NYCC this year by filling their booth with the types of licenses that gamers look for. As you can tell from the header the game that they seemed to be pushing hardest for in block form...
New 3A Halo photo
New 3A Halo

ThreeA's Emile, Spartan Mark V EVA report for pre-order

Both showing up in Bambaland store Thursday night
Aug 28
// Brian Szabelski
Time to suit up, Halo fans: ThreeA has two new Spartans coming to the Bambaland store on Thursday night. To begin, there's the Emile A-239 Spartan III figure, which has fiber-optic illumination on his armor, along with magnet...

SDCC 2013: Kotobukiya

Jul 21 // Natalie Kipper
SDCC 2013: Kotobukiya photo
A boatload of reveals heading your way
Kotobukiya's booth at this year's San Diego Comic Con was like a four-sided gallery of beautiful new figures, peppered with teaser placards for ones that have yet to be seen. It was all very exciting! Let's start with some of...

SDCC 2013: ThreeA - Valve, Halo and other licenses

Jul 19 // Brian Szabelski
On the Valve side of things, Atlas and P-Body were of course at the SDCC booth, but joining them were two newcomers: the Team Fortress 2: Mann vs. Machine Robot Heavy and debuting Robot Pyro. Both come with their respective weapons of choice (mini-gun and flamethrower) and appear to have as much articulation as you might normally expect to see crammed in a ThreeA figure. Robot Heavy's jaw even hinges open and closed; an unexpected but still cool feature. No release date has been announced as they're still being worked on and refined, but there's no way in heck I don't eventually pick them up. Damn my TF2 fandom ... You can stop e-mailing Ashley Wood, Halo fans: Master Chief is coming to the 1/6-scale line, and he'll be joined by Emile A239 (a.k.a. Noble 4) from Halo: Reach. No accessories were on display with Chief, and Emile was carrying a shotgun in hand at the booth that seem pretty well sculpted. Like the TF2 figures, no release date on these yet, but they should be priced around the same range as Commander Carter was (the US$200 price range). Finally, there's the Lost Planet 2 license to discuss. ThreeA's already revealed the GAH-41BSL Baylid and GTF-11 Drio Vital Suit before, but this is the first time they've been in the U.S. Again, like all the other figures, they're prototype designs pending final approval, but the detailing on these look wonderful. If not for the display cards, you might easily mistake them for something that ThreeA was putting out as an original piece, as they have that raw mechanical look and grimy, worn-down and weathered feel to them.
SDCC '13: ThreeA, Part 1 photo
A video game fan's dream, and their bank account's nightmare
Parked inside IDW's booth for another year is ThreeA Toys, and instead of bringing a ton of figures like they did last year, the ThreeA crew have opted for the "less is more" approach. In particular, they've brought a ton of ...

Adventure Time, Halo, MLP and more!
Funko is back again! This time they've announced eight more exclusives Pop! that will be with them at SDCC. This batch starts off with two exclusives from Adventure Time. There will be a Zombie Jake and a Glow-in-the-dark Fi...

ACen 2013: Play Arts Kai photo
ACen 2013: Play Arts Kai

ACen 2013: Play Arts Kai

Missed out on all the recent releases? Here they are again
May 20
// Brian Szabelski
In addition to Bandai's wares, Bluefin also had many of Square Enix's recent Play Arts Kai releases on display. If you've forgotten what's out there or otherwise haven't kept up, consider this a good reminder. They include bo...

Tomopop Review: ThreeA's Commander Carter

May 02 // Andres Cerrato
Figure Name: 1/6-scale Halo: Reach Commander Carter-A259Figure Manufacturer: ThreeA ToysRetail Price: US$200Available At: Entertainment Earth | Sideshow Collectibles | Big Bad Toy Store | HLJ | [Big thank you to ThreeA Toys for providing Tomopop with this review sample!]
Review: ThreeA's Carter photo
Are Spartans that are made larger better?
ThreeA has grown from a niche company making their own items to making those of fabled franchises. Metal Gear, Mobile Suit Gundam and Portal have seen their names cast into the lot of figures, but arguably, the largest franch...


Toy Fair 2013: McFarlane Toys

Rabbids and assassins and zombies, oh my!
Feb 15
// Brian Szabelski
The McFarlane Toys booth at Toy Fair was chock full of licensed character goodies. Chief among those are new figures based on the Rabbids, all set to start coming in January 14. Figures in 4- and 8-inch varieties are in the w...

Toy Fair 2013: Square Enix

If you like Play Arts Kai, this is the post for you
Feb 12
// Brian Szabelski
Fans of Square Enix's Play Arts Kai line probably wish they could have seen Square Enix's booth at Toy Fair 2013. It was an avalanche of Play Arts Kai figures of all shapes and sizes from a ton of different franchises. Here's...
Details to be revealed on Premium Format Figure
I'm sure you remember seeing the Premium Format Figure Master Chief from Sideshow Collectibles at SDCC and elsewhere, but good news, Halo fans: Sideshow's license will cover Halo 4 as well, with Cortana joining the Premi...

NYCC 2012: Square Enix

Oct 13 // Brian Szabelski
Old faces return to New York
Square Enix's booth at New York Comic Con was, of course, home to a number of released and future Play Arts Kai figures on display, along with other collectible goodies. Some of them we've seen before, like the Tekken Play Ar...

New prototypes of Spartan Soldier, Sara Palmer
Looks like the Square Enix booth was once again the place to be at Tokyo Game Show, as the new prototypes keep on coming! This time, we're talking Halo 4, and specifically, painted versions of a Blue Spartan IV figure and Mas...


[UPDATE] ThreeA debuts 1/6 Halo figures up for order

Aug 01
// Andres Cerrato
Going back to September of 2011, ThreeA announced that they had acquired the license to the Halo franchise. We didn't get to see a preview of what they had in store until this past April when they sneaked out shots of Carter-...

SDCC 2012: ThreeA

Jul 18
// Brian Szabelski
Taking up residence once again in the IDW booth, ThreeA Toys came to SDCC with some of the most sought after event exclusives and the hope they might tease a few more things at the event. However, that wasn't quite the case. ...

SDCC 2012: Sideshow Collectibles - Video Game edition

Jul 16
// Andres Cerrato
I'll just get this out of the way first. By far and away, Sideshow Collectibles had the most expansive booth at Comic-Con. It's crazy to think of one company producing so many high-end, amazing pieces, but Sideshow did just t...

SDCC 2012: Square Enix Play Arts Kai (part one)

Jul 14
// Kristina Pino
Oh hey, it's time for more gamer stuff!  Check out the gallery for images of Play Arts Kai Lara Croft, Agent 47, Halo 4's Master Chief and Spartan, Jun Kazama and Kazuya Mishima of Tekken series fame, and Brian Szabelski...

Teased earlier this week, ThreeA's Carter A-259 (a.k.a. Noble One) from Halo: Reach had a full reveal at ReVenture's opening night. The first Halo figure to come out of ThreeA's studios, Noble One appears to be the ...


Our first tease of ThreeA's Halo figures is Carter-A259

Apr 24
// Brian Szabelski
It has been a long, long time since ThreeA Toys announced they would be making figures from the Halo franchise, and later that they'd be debuting at ReVenture, which starts this weekend in Hong Kong. So, of course, we ge...

Remember that contest we held back on our site's birthday for the chance to win a Master Chief Play Arts Kai figure? It looks like we slacked on that one, and today I'll finally announce our winner, Kyrie! Counterpunch came i...


More Halo Play Arts Kai figures join the pre-order ranks

Jan 09
// Brian Szabelski
Two more Play Arts Kai figures have also gone up for pre-order, and this one's a little more familiar. They're red and blue team versions of the Mark V Spartan soldier (a.k.a. the same armor Master Chief wears). It's not the ...

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