DC Bombshells, an alternate-history look at our favorite female DC superheroes, is only growing in popularity. Thanks to Ant Lucia's amazing artwork that inspired the line in the first place, Marguerite Bennett's fabulous writing, and a team of amazing artists throughout each issue, the demand for all things DC Bombshells has never been higher. Well, DC Comics is answering the call with a bunch of new merch as well as the title's very first Annual!Read More
This... sure is a thing they've made. A-yup.
So there's a lot we could say about this Black Widow figurine.Read More
See, Marvel? DC remembers that Wonder Woman is a thing, even if it's not her movie!
And the parade of SDCC Exclusives continues! Warner Bros' Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice will have a huge presence at this year's con, and they'll be bringing some exclusive merch with them to whet your appetite for the upcoming film.Read More
I’m More Excited for This Jem and the Holograms Fashion Doll than I Am for the Jem and the Holograms Movie
BRB, riding my giant electric guitar to SDCC
So far the Jem and the Holograms movie appears to be suffering from chronic blah-ness, but this new special edition fashion doll is suitably outrageous.Read More
Homina homina homina homina homina
Hydra beware! As part of their merciless campaign to take all my money, Funko has announced a Peggy Pop!Read More
Hot Topicy Wopicy?
And Hot Topic's geek takeover marches onward.Read More
Goodnight, and have a pleasant tomorrow.
Will you nerds be at SDCC this year? So will two of our favorite ladies!Read More
Personally I wish there were a few more character options available (I don't really need a Pornstache, thank you) but Funko's new figurines sure are cute.Read More
Just the beginning.
In response to Toy Like Me, a Facebook campaign run by parents of disabled children and calling for "greater diversity in the toy box," UK toy company Makies has expanded their line to include hearing and walking aids for dolls as well as a doll with a birthmark.Read More
[UPDATED] Disney Just Mocking Us At This Point; Replaces Black Widow with Captain America in Toy Based on Black Widow Scene
You didn't see that coming?
This is some troll-level shit.Read More
In search of an animal companion to snarf down pizzas with? After appearing in some Disney stores, a Marvel Select Lucky the Dog figurine is now also available for online order from The Marvel Shop for $24.95 (Hawkguy included).Read More
She'll be back.
What gives, laser-brain Hasbro execs?Read More
Because you can never have too many.
Hey, it's only $14.00! This is an investment, right?Read More
Come and get your love!
Sure, we've all swooned for various collectible incarnations of dancing Groot, but I never dared hope that a mere figurine could capture the swaggering ass-holery of one Peter Quill. Oh, was I wrong.Read More
We all need a miniature Michael Jackson, right?
A Large Evil Corporation previously gave us Cornetto Trilogy figurines and a vinyl Jareth the Goblin King, but they have really outdone themselves with this Halloween set. Click through for a pocket-sized zombie Michael Jackson, Carrie, and dancing Christopher Walken. If you dare!Read More
The merchandising is strong with this one.
With Skylanders fairly uncontested in the "get kids to bug their parents into buying a bunch of toys for their video games" category, I'm amazed it's taken Nintendo so long to bring their own NFC figurines to us. They now have plans to capitalize on their massive catalogue of mascots with figurines that can be used across multiple games.Read More
Regardless of your feelings toward Minecraft, you have to admit that it has become a huge gaming phenomenon. However, there isn't actually too much Minecraft swag out in the world. Just some clothing, LEGOs, and the occasional toy. Luckily, there are some absolutely adorable 3D printed Minecraft figurines that you can buy and surround your dedicated Minecraft gaming PC with, because you have a dedicated Minecraft gaming PC, right? Delta Edge seems to know what's up when it comes 3D printed figurines, and their Minecraft selection is up to par. Check them out below.Read More
A few of us here at Geekosystem took a break from Minecraft to play the wonderfully difficult, hilariously bloody Super Meat Boy. While we were exploding all over buzz saws and leaving trails of slippery blood on everything we touched, Etsy user Voxelous was busy construction Super Meat Boy figurines with a 3D printer, super glue and a significant lack of slippery meat blood. The figurines, which include Meat Boy, Bandage Girl, Tofu Boy, and Brownie are on sale for $12 each plus shipping. Head on past the break to check out the rest of the 3D-printed collection.Read More
It wasn’t like I was living in poverty. I went through the action figure crazes with all the other TV-heads. But something about the creative toys stuck more - the smaller, the better. Micro machines and Legos were the mainstays. I liked putty and play doh but they were too messy and fragile. It should be pathetically obvious I was obsessive about video games and back in those days there was little to no budget to market toy lines for little Japanese games. When kids would write fan fiction of Scooby Doo or draw their favorite Ninja Turtle on line paper or act out the Babysitters Club, I was off in my own space alternating between a Nintendo, a Master System, or a 2600, and when the games were mostly defeated and well past the point of replay, the adventures continued on a massive wooden kitchen table.A few more of ionustron's creations below: Read More
Jonathan Kuriscak is not your average guy. Sure, plenty of people collect figurines and action figures, some for far longer than the 16 years Kuriscak's been at it. But while many people collect Star Wars figurines, significantly fewer custom-craft the miniatures into Nazi generals. In fact, it's probably just Kuriscak. The above figurine of Darth Vader showing off his Nazi armband and rapier (wit?) is just one of many World War II adaptations Kuriscak has crafted with figurines. You can see more on the website for Kuriscak's solo miniature modification organization, Pack Rat Studios. They're not all related to World War II or to Star Wars. But some are related to both:Read More