It's the smallest DC heroes can get without using the Atom's shrinking belt! ...nerdiest reference on this site ever?
This September, fans can literally fill their pockets with DC Comics' most popular characters with a new line of 2-inch Mez-Itz from Mezco Toyz. Right now, retailers/really, really, really dedicated fans and collectors can order a full case of 72 blind-boxed figures -- you won't know what you get until you open the box.
As we wait to find out whether this summer's Man of Steel will do for Superman what the "Dark Knight" trilogy did for Batman (or if it'll just do what Superman Returns did for Superman which...wasn't much), we can at least take comfort in the avalanche of awesome merchandise headed our way, including this new super-detailed statue from master manufacturer Kotobukiya!
There is no stopping The Walking Dead, in both a literal and merchandise-based sense.
With action figures, statues and more, it was only a matter of time before the Walkers struck board games. That's right -- soon you'll be able to enjoy Risk and Monopoly Walking Dead style. God help us all.
Both games retail for $39.99 and will be released in August, according to Entertainment Earth. Here's some details! Read More...
We've seen some crazy custom figures at MTV Geek -- but few are crazier or cooler than these Russ Meyer meets "Star Wars" toys designed by master customizer Sillof for comedian Patton Oswalt.
Called "Faster, Empire! Strike Strike!" the figures retell the story of George Lucas' films in the style of the classic exploitation film "Faster, Pussycat! Kill Kill!" by legendary breast-obsessed director Russ Meyer, re-envisioning that film's bad-ass go-go dancers/psychotic killers as such characters as "Darla Vade"... Read More...
In 1979, Ridley Scott's "Alien" set the box office on fire...but the film was a bit too dark and violent for traditional action figures.
Times have changed, and now you can buy all manner of plastic acid-spewing Xenomorphs. But Super7, who's already doing old-school "Alien" pint glasses, has gotten the rights to the never-made Kenner "Alien" figures -- and soon, you'll be able to buy plastic replicas of Sigourney Weaver and company as they might have appeared on toy shelves in 1979. Read More...
Those who've always wished they could make Dr. Sheldon Cooper of "The Big Bang Theory" shut up can finally make their dreams come true with this new mouthless vinyl figure -- one of a number of cool TBBT pieces from Funko now shipping or available for pre-order.