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  1. Captain Marvel Finally Gets Her Own Action Figure, Sadly No Toy Dinosaurs To Punch

    Tiny Chewie not included.

    And she's not the only female character in this new line, either! Hooray!

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  2. Breaking Bad’s Aaron Paul Gives Toys “R” Us A Sick Barbie Burn

    Well...

    You may have heard the story of a mother who petitioned for Toys "R" Us to remove Breaking Bad action figures from their shelves. Well, Mr. Pinkman had a few words in response.

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  3. NYCC: Clementine, From Telltale’s The Walking Dead, Gets An Amazing Action Figure

    Comes in both "Normal" and "Zombie Apocalypse Normal."

    The 11-year-old star of Telltale Game's The Walking Dead, Clementine, is the next bad-ass gal to get her own action figure. And if you don't buy it—Clementine will remember that.

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  4. You Can Get A Marvel Action Figure Made With Your Face At Walmart. Unless You Want A Female Character, Of Course.

    Only boys get to be superheroes, duh.

    Chances are, I will never be a superhero. It's something I've had to come to terms with. But now, thanks to Marvel, the most painful aspect of non-superherodom (the lack of a personalized action figure, obviously) has been mitigated. Starting tomorrow, you can head to stores near you and have a Marvel action figure made, featuring your very own face. As long as you're cool with being either Iron Man or Captain America. Sorry, girls; superheroes aren't for you I guess.

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  5. The First Official Dancing Groot Toy Can Now Legally Boogie His Way Into Our Hearts

    "Dancing Groot," to be sung to the tune of "Dancing Queen."

    Here you go.

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  6. Hey, Readers: How Should We Caption These Baymax Action Figure Pictures?

    Hairy baby! Hairy babeeeee.

    Earlier today, Susana showed you a look at some of Big Hero 6 merchandise Disney sent to us. It was very professional and journalistically-appropriate post. Both of us decided that level of quality and integrity would not stand, so we took a bunch of dorky pictures where Baymax hangs out with our ever-growing collection of office action figures. You're welcome, Internet!

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  7. Shirtless Arrow, Grumpy Batman, & All-New DC Collectibles Of Your Favorite DC Women

    Money doesn't buy happiness, or shirts, apparently.

    Ok, I will be honest, while we're pretty sure it's in Stephen Amell's Arrow contract that he must be shirtless at least once an episode, we never thought they'd make an action figure out of it. See all that and more fabulous DC Collectibles you can soon have on your shelves.

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  8. Funko Is Releasing A Bloody Hannibal Lecter Pop! Figure As An SDCC Exclusive

    Be still my tasty, beating heart

    The exclusives are coming! The exclusives are coming! We previously showed you the Ghostbusters figures Funko is releasing exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con, but they’re not done yet. Also in Things You're Going to Have to Beg That Friend Of Yours Going to SDCC To Get You (*eyedart at Jill*): This bloody Hannibal Lecter Pop! figure, and more!

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  9. Super-Moms Create Line Of Figurines That Let Kids “Play With Power”

    24 is still a kid, right? At least when awesomeness is involved?

    Julie Kerwin and Dawn Nadeau were dissatisfied with the the action figures available to their kids, so they took matters into their own hands--the intrepid moms just raised an incredible 465% of their Kickstarter goal for IAmElemental, a line of fierce figurines that nurture the superhero inside every girl.

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  10. The Women Of Star Wars Rebels: First Impressions Count

    Essay

    We're inching closer to the fall premiere of Star Wars Rebels. This fan is incredibly excited for the animated series that will be the first on-screen representation of the formidable Lucasfilm and Disney combination. The primary group of protagonists were recently introduced in a series of videos and articles over the past two weeks, and toys based on some of those characters were unveiled at the New York Toy Fair. I was pleased to learn two of the five members of the main cast are females. I'm less thrilled those two characters, Sabine and Hera, were the last two to be introduced, and Hasbro isn't including them in their first wave of figures for Star Wars Rebels. It feels like a slap in the face. 

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