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Hot Toys

  1. That Time Scarlett Johansson & I Hung Out, Or The Mary Sue’s Sideshow Black Widow Hot Toys Review

    I'm multitasking.

    I hope Sideshow Collectibles doesn't mind. My cats make cameo appearances.

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  2. Hot Toys’ Gamora Figure Will Beat Up All Your Other Figures

    Whoa.

    At this time, we can neither confirm nor deny reports that Hot Toys has successfully cloned Zoe Saldana. Nor can we confirm that they are in possession of a shrink ray.

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  3. We’re Really (Hooked On a) Feeling Hot Toys’ New Groot and Rocket Raccoon Figures From Sideshow

    Birthday lists at the ready.

    As always when it's Hot Toys, this new Groot and Rocket Raccoon figure combo isn't exactly cheap—it'll set you back $359 all together, or $199 for Groot and $159 for Rocket individually. I can only imagine the horror Rocket would feel upon realizing his tree pal costs more than him. It's only 'cause you're shorter, buddy. No hard feelings.

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  4. Great Scott! Check Out the Sideshow Exclusive Marty McFly Hot Toys Figure

    This is my density.

    I was able to get up close and personal with Sideshow Collectible new and upcoming statues and figures at San Diego Comic-Con. While I'm constantly impressed with their detail and overall magnificence, none at the show hit me quite in the feels as their exclusive Marty McFly Hot Toys figure.

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  5. SDCC Toy Roundup: Final Fantasy Batman, Hot Toys Marty McFly, Darth Vader Hot Wheels, and Sailor Moon Buddies

    Preorder all the things!

    Luckily for those of us who aren't currently attending San Diego Comic-Con, not being part of the fun means you also aren't hemorrhaging money out the wazoo on all the tuff you could buy there. But given the amount of toys being debuted at the con this weekend, it's only a matter of time before we, too, can be broke in the name of nerdy collectibles.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Hot Toys Teases Amazing Anthony Mackie Falcon Figure

    Things We Saw Today

    Look at this above the arm joint and it could totally just be a picture of Anthony Mackie. What's your magic, Hot Toys? (Twitter)

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  7. Hot Toys’ Black Widow, For All Your Tiny Scarlett Johansson Needs

    Supergirly

    Another Marvel movie, another selection of eerily realistic action figures from Hot Toys, this time with everyone's favorite product of the Cold War, Black Widow. She even comes with lit-up Widows Bite gauntlets, the better to pose her electrocuting my Lex Luthor action figure. Or jumpstarting my Portal turret. Oh who am I kidding, I can't afford this figure, so, like you, I will be gazing at these scarily accurate pictures of it instead.

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  8. We’re Not So Sure About This Avengers/Star Wars Costume Swap

    TK-421 Why Aren't You At Your Post?

    Although this costume swap with The Avengers and Star Wars Hot Toys by redditor OdoWanKenobi is a fun idea, we were thinking it's sad Black Widow was relegated to pretty much the only woman available (especially when Leia doesn't really fit with her character). Susana decided Black Widow and Hawkeye should really be the R2-D2 and C-3PO of the cast. You can guess which is which. Bravo on The Hulk though. (via /Film) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  9. Hot Toys Releasing An Iron Man Figure With No Armor, Who’s Really Beat Up, And Has Lots Of Toys

    Excelsior!

    Now that I own a Hot Toys figure, I can personally attest to their quality but while they've already produced a few Iron Man collectibles, they've decided to put out another, mostly armor-less one. "Hot Toys is thrilled to introduce the Tony Stark (The Mechanic) Collectible Figurine after the exciting scene where Tony Stark creates homemade weapons to infiltrate The Mandarin’s mansion," they write on Facebook. "Tony Stark in his battle damaged civilian attire in the movie, highlighting the newly developed head sculpt, an advanced body with light-up chest light and greatly detailed weapons and accessories." Take a look.

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  10. This Collectable Captain America Figure is Eerily Realistic

    Excelsior!

    This Captain America Star Spangled Man Version Limited Edition Collectible Figurine looks impressively similar to the Steve Rogers played by Chris Evans in Captain America: The First Avenger. The figure even has stubble, 30 points of articulation, seven exchangeable hands, weapons, a shield, and the ability to convince you to buy war bonds. Check out two more photos of this prototype design after the jump, and head over to Hot Toys to learn how you might be able to get one of your own.

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