Pop Culture Shock's latest Mortal Kombat statue is arriving for pre-orders next month, and it's perhaps no shock that Raiden is next in the series. The popular thunder god from the MK franchise will be 1/4-scale and available... read
Statistically we had to get decent-looking Mortal Kombat figures eventually The Mortal Kombat franchise seems to have finally caught a break as Mezco displayed some great-looking figures based on the upcoming Mortal Kombat X. Other items on display included some Judge Dredd figures and the Dark Knigh... read feature
It probably won't be much of a surprise that Pop Culture Shock arrived at New York Comic Con with some of their new licensed collectibles. After all, they have a pretty good track record of putting out expensive, but "worth t... read
If I told you that Pop Culture Shock's painted RoboCop statue was the first thing that caught my eye from WonderCon, would you be surprised? Or better yet, can you blame me? From the metallic finish to the tiniest details on ... read
Pop Culture Shock's newest 1/4-scale Mortal Kombat 9 figure is the razor-toothed (and razor-armed) Baraka, and boy, does he look awesome. I'm not a big Baraka fan at all but the sculpt, especially that sinister toothy grin, l... read
Winter may be here but January is about to get a lot colder with Pop Culture Shock Collectibles' 1/4-scale Mortal Kombat 9 Sub-Zero whose pre-orders start January 6. PCSC is turning down the thermostat with two versions of th... read
Seems to have been the week for handmade and limited editions Hello and welcome back to another round of Tomopop LinkUP! December 12 is observed as 'National Ding-A-Ling Day', a day set aside to watch out for crazy people. I couldn't say why, but doesn't that also mean it's a good day t... read feature
Connoisseurs of gigantic figures, this part of NYCC is for you! Pop Culture Shock is all about going big. For starters you can see their life size Akuma bust. It's cool but also a bit creepy thanks to the stylized face. Upon ... read
Now you can practice all those fatalities Pop Culture Shock has its newest addition for their 1.4th scale statue line, Sub-Zero from Mortal Kombat. Modeled to look as he appeared in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, Sub-Zero will be available in two versions. He will be ava... read feature
Pop Culture Shock Collectibles is sending off April in a big way with some major news!
PCSC has announced that they've recruited the talents of Ken Lily as head of product development. Ken has been a fixture in the toy indust... read
Now featuring more than just Munnys and Dunnys Today's my birthday, and as such, I figured today would be as good a day as any to announce the rebirth of Munn-day Morning Recap into a new, expanded feature — Custom Made Monday.
Custom Made Monday expands on what Mun... read feature
1/4-scale figure up for pre-order Jan. 28 If you remember back to our last post about Pop Culture Shock, you might remember we mentioned an upcoming Shao Khan 1/4-scale figure. Well, here he is, and I am very, very impressed. The latest in their Mortal Kombat polysto... read feature
Pop Culture Shock is keeping their Mortal Kombat 9 line rolling with a brand-new polystone statue of Kitana. Yes, the femme fatale is decked out with her bladed fans and is quite tall ... 20 inches high, to be precise. She's ... read
Pop Culture Shock's statues have always caught my eye (the top of my grail list is, in fact, three of their pieces), and once again, they've got something cool going on. PCS has just launched a Mortal Kombat Klassics 1/4-scal... read
Hopes of a Jazwares renaissance have been dashed by David (Dave) Vonner's departure. Pop Culture Network (PCN) reports that Vonner quit following the realization that Jazwares wasn't going to provide the promised resources to... read
While I'm not how successful Jazwares' Mortal Kombat line has been, the fact that they're still making it must mean something. Many had high hopes when the line was first announced which were subsequently dashed repeatedly (a... read
In addition to making items from just about every major franchise category on the earth, Sideshow will also tackle distributing goods made by other companies. On hand at their booth were items from Hot Toys, ARH Studios and P... read
There are clearly two camps when it comes to Mortal Kombat. There are those who believe that Sub-Zero is the absolute coolest (teehee!) kharacter available for use, whereas another group of diehards are of the opinion that Sc... read
Jazwares is making full use of their license of the graphic fighter Mortal Kombat. We've recently seen them announce figures from the recent title as well as a take on the classics. Of course now that San Diego Comic Con is a... read
So apparently there was some new Mortal Kombat game that came out that is all the rage. Well, for MK fans at least. I wouldn't know since I haven't touched a Mortal Kombat game since Mortal Kombat Triology. Nevertheless, this... read
That new Mortal Kombat game is pretty awesome, isn't it? You know what would be more awesome? Action figures of your favorite kombatants!
Jazwares has you covered! We're getting poseable figures of these pillars of video game... read
Figure Customizer "Loose Collector" has put together an amazing new Sub-Zero custom from everyone's favorite bloody fighter, Mortal Kombat.
This 6" figure was made from Panther's body, Wonderman's arms and Bullseye's hands, a... read
Shockingly good, that is! Customizer Jonto has customized his way into the hearts of Munny and video game fans with his Raiden custom, based on the character of the same name from the Mortal Kombat series. The God of Lightnin... read