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10:00 PM on 09.16.2014

First 4 Figures announces Mega Man, we hope it's a proto man

First 4 Figures has had a pretty good track record with their pieces. Digging into the golden days of gaming, they've brought out some great statues from Metroid, Zelda, and Sonic franchises. They've now stepped into the year...

Andres Cerrato


1:00 PM on 09.16.2014

Hideo Kojima teases Kid Mantis for Play Arts Kai line

Hideo Kojima is back doing what he does best outside of making games: teasing Play Arts Kai figures on Twitter. This time around, it's the mask-wearing child from Metal Gear Solid V better known as Kid Mantis (mostly bec...

Brian Szabelski



Aquamarine's Remilia and Flandre Scarlet share a preview gallery photo
Aquamarine's Remilia and Flandre Scarlet share a preview gallery
by Scarecroodle

The AmiAmi blog has previewed Aquamarine's upcoming Remilia and Flandre Scarlet (from the bullet-hell series Touhou Project).

While I'm usually a fan of anything Flandre when it comes to Touhou, the Remilia seems a bit cuter this time around and so I find myself preferring the less secret bossy sister. That said, both look pretty good. They may not be the best figures that we've seen for either character given the abundance of merchandise out there, but that's not to say that they aren't solid additions to the mountain of Touhou products.

Both figures are slated for a November release and will each run you around ¥9,180.

[ Pre-order Remilia | Flandre at AmiAmi ]

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9:00 AM on 09.11.2014

If figma Shimakaze isn't damaged enough for you, try the figFIX version

[Update: Check out Kahotan's preview!] I have the figma Shimakaze, and it's a nice figure. What it lacks, though, is the half-damaged version with strategically torn clothing. If that's something you really need on a figma-is...

Tianxiao Ma

5:00 PM on 09.07.2014

Hug gaming history with COSPA's Megadrive plush

At the end of Wreck-It Ralph, "retro" was defined as "old but cool." In the case of COSPA's new Megadrive plush, I would substitute "cool" with "absolutely, freaking adorable." I mean, look at this thing! It's arms are contro...

Natalie Kipper



X-Men and Harley Quinn top Diamond Comics' August best-selling figures photo
X-Men and Harley Quinn top Diamond Comics' August best-selling figures
by Scarecroodle

Diamond Comic Distributors has released its list of top-selling collectibles for the month of August. Did any of your pre-ordered items make the list?

Find out after the jump.

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You'd have to be crazy to not check out these Arkham Asylum Pop! pre-orders photo
You'd have to be crazy to not check out these Arkham Asylum Pop! pre-orders
by Scarecroodle

Funko's Batman: Arkham Asylum Pop! figures are currently available for pre-order. The line-up includes a scary-looking Batman, the Joker, nurse Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, and Poison Ivy.

The Killer Croc and Joker are way too cute. (Granted, I don't think I've seen an Arkham-series Killer Croc figure that I haven't liked so far.) The thuggish-looking Batman is also neat. The wave is listed as coming out in November (although apparently Hot Topic got a pre-release? So I'm not crazy for thinking I saw the Joker on shelves recently, although I might be crazy for not grabbing it at the time) and the figures are listed at US$10 each.

[ Pre-order Batman | Joker | Harley Quinn | Killer Croc | Poison Ivy at Entertainment Earth ]

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12:00 PM on 09.05.2014

WeLoveFine launches pre-orders for TF2 Portable Mercs

As if I didn't need any more temptation to get more Team Fortress 2 merchandise sitting on my shelves, WeLoveFine has just begun taking pre-orders for their Pocket Mercs blind-boxed figure series. The 3-inch-ta...

Brian Szabelski



DO WANT: August 2014 photo
DO WANT: August 2014
by Scarecroodle

With the somewhat unexpected departure of Pedro last month (who we all thank for his years of service and wish him nothing but the best), Tomopop has fallen a little behind in the features department over the last couple of weeks. As such, the month's DO WANT! ran a few days late as I tried to quickly pull things together.

Hit the jump to see me once again host the Monthly DO WANT! feature and, well, to see the editors' wants.

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SDCC/WonFes Highlight Reel: The Tian Ma edition photo
SDCC/WonFes Highlight Reel: The Tian Ma edition
by Tianxiao Ma

Now that we've had a while to unpack the information assault from the Wonder Festival/SDCC tandem (both happened on the same weekend!), the Tomopop crew thought it would be a good idea to highlight some of our personal favorite things from both events.

It would take too long to cover everything I want, so it looks like a top 10 list is in order. Read on to see what tickled my fancy!

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7:00 AM on 09.02.2014

Bishoujo Juri is up for pre-order now

Juri fans, the time is here! Kotobukiya's Street Fighter Bishoujo gal is up for pre-orders after a few trips around the preview gallery circuit. I don't think that's the correct metaphor for this character but I don't care! I...

Tianxiao Ma





Tomopop Review: ThreeZero's Atlas Titan! photo
Tomopop Review: ThreeZero's Atlas Titan!
by Chris Seto

Titanfall was meant to be the first really big release for the new generation of consoles. Made by a team which consisted of a lot of people who made the Call of Duty: Modern Warfare games, there was high expectations on this game to give us something which really said that the next generation of console games were here! Well, they failed. But they did give us a brilliant multiplayer-focused game which is fantastic fun to play, it just doesn't scream "next gen".

Though, with such a great sci-fi setting and mecha in the game, it shouldn't be a surprise that companies would want to release figures from the game, and one of the most recent ones was ThreeZero! Like their stablemate, ThreeA, these guys are known for their very high quality releases and their high price tags. We were fortunate enough to get a review sample from them so we got a good look at their newest release. How was it?

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