No, I can't bring them all home for you.
LOOK AT ALL THE THINGS!
LOOK AT ALL THE THINGS!
Mondo, of truly excellent poster fame, is branching out into the toy market. And I really hope their toys sell out as quickly as their posters tend to, because otherwise my wallet's going to be taking a major hit.
It's no secret we love Penny Dreadful here. And why wouldn't we? Female Sherlockian archetypes with terrible secrets! Shakespeare-quoting Frankenstein monsters! Dense and often subtle Victorian gothic literary references! If you're a fan of the Showtime series and you're heading to San Diego Comic-Con next week, then you need to go check out the Entertainment Earth booth, because there will be some wonderful collectibles will be waiting for you.
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.
They're almost here! We've been waiting for this moment since Alatariel first published her design for a female scientist set on LEGO Ideas (then CUSCOO) in June of last year, and the final LEGO-approved designs are exactly as cool as we would want them to be—save for, from my perspective, one little flaw.
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!
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.
Funko has just put out word on the first of what will likely be many must-have San Diego Comic-Con exclusives. There's something strange in the neighborhood!
Yes, I'm an admitted Funko Pop! addict. I, and my small New York apartment, have accepted this.
If anyone knows who this glorious cosplayer is, do let us know so we can give credit/applause/internet fame. (via Fashionably Geek)