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Fools Pay Homage To Michael Jordan With This Awesome Vinyl Figure

What you see here is Hong Kong independent toy maker Fools’ latest vinyl called Three King Two Three, which is a homage to one of the greatest basketball player of our time: Michael Jordan – complete in his famous Chicago Bulls number 23 jersey, but obviously, this collectible is not sanction by Chicago Bulls, nor it is licensed by NBA, or the man himself. We are not sure how it works, but I am guessing, there’s a loop hole in this licensing game since Fools did not explicitly said that it was Jordan. Anyways, priced at $249 plus shipping, this 13-inch vinyl figure comes with a handful of miniature basketballs by “Floating” sized to the vinyl figure. Continue reading Fools Pay Homage To Michael Jordan With This Awesome Vinyl Figure

LEGO Minifig Got Hit By Growth Ray, Turned Into 7-inch Jumbo-size Minifig

Danish toy maker LEGO may have these jumbo-sized, not so minifig, minifigs in their stores (somewhere, I think) and if LEGO really do have them, I am sure they are not yours to buy; they will be just display pieces to spruce up the stores. Anyways, if you desire to own one oversized minifig (and why the hell not, right?), you can cobble up one unconvincing example from standard LEGO bricks, or you can look to Etsy seller MLARTS Vinyl Graphics to fulfil your dream. This particular example here, called Jumbo 3D-printed LEGO Original Minifig, was 3D-printed from ABS and towers at 7-inch tall – which is over 4.5 times larger than the original minifig. Continue reading LEGO Minifig Got Hit By Growth Ray, Turned Into 7-inch Jumbo-size Minifig

This Is How You Sell An Action Figure: Use It To Make A Kick-ass Stop Motion

Hong Kong actor Donnie Yen has been kicking ass in the Chinese cinema scene for quite sometime now, but it is only now that he got his big break in the western silver screen. Yes, we are talking about Rogue One: A Star War Story which the Guangzhou-born actor, best known for his role as the legendary martial artist Ip Man, starred as a faithful Jedi follower Chirrut Îmwe. Ok, maybe ‘faithful’ was an understatement; he was more like absolutely obsessed with the way of the Jedi. Anyways, if you are fan, Hong Kong-based toy maker Hot Toys may have something just for you: a Star Wars Rogue One Chirrut Îmwe 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure. Continue reading This Is How You Sell An Action Figure: Use It To Make A Kick-ass Stop Motion

Life-like Silicone Avatar’s Na’vi Babies: Creepy, Cute, Or Both?

We can’t recall if James Cameron’s sci-fi fantasy Avatar did feature any baby Na’vi and not sure if the sequel will have any. In any case if you are curious what the sentient alien humanoids’ tiny ones will look like, well, Spanish hyperrealistic baby doll maker Babyclon is here to satisfy your curious mind. Meet the Life-like Avatar Silicone Babies. At €1,950 a pop (around US$2,040), these baby Na’vi are as real as they can gets, boasting insanely realistic, if not creepy, features and it is totally poseable and not to mention, soft to touch (which add to their creepiness). Continue reading Life-like Silicone Avatar’s Na’vi Babies: Creepy, Cute, Or Both?

MAKERS Playing Cards Collectors Box Set: Playing Cards Go Full-on Luxury

If you love all things beautiful and stylish, then I bet the MAKERS Playing Cards Collectors Box Set by Dan and Dave is going to get you all gaga – even if you are not into poker, or playing cards in general. Seriously, just look at this thing: a solid wood box loaded with posh, swanky details like green leather interior, brass hardware, gold lettering and a vintage-inspired lock and key? How’s that not to love and the duo of decks within? They simply emanates the luxury feel many times over with its green tuck box embossed and stamped with layers of gold-foiling. Continue reading MAKERS Playing Cards Collectors Box Set: Playing Cards Go Full-on Luxury

Stan Lee Is Now Offering Comics Fans All Things Comics Subscription Box

I am sure we all know who Stan Lee is. Some known him as the creative mind behind one of the world’s most successful comics publisher while some sees him as the real-life superhero, the father of superheroes, and for some, he is one of the man responsible for turning comics into a successful movie franchise. Regardless of how you see Stan Lee, there’s no doubt this man is an icon of our time and despite his success (including countless cameos in Marvel’s movies), Stan Lee never rest seem to rest on his laurel. He is active on Facebook too, keeping in touch with fans with news and his views, and now, he has taken this personal touch to the next level, by offering fans with Stan Lee Box Subscription Box curated by none other than the man himself. Continue reading Stan Lee Is Now Offering Comics Fans All Things Comics Subscription Box

Beast Kingdom Egg Attack Doctor Strange Is Wayyyyyy Too Cute

Though it has its funny moments, the silver screen version of Doctor Strange is anything but kawaii (cute) and while some comic/movie collectible makers would rush to create movie-accurate action figures of the Sorcerer Supreme, Beast Kingdom chose to dish out the cuter version under the brand’s Egg Attack series. So, yes. Strange can be cute too and even with a stern expression, he’s wayyyyyy too cute! Then again, I have no issue with the angry cute look. Continue reading Beast Kingdom Egg Attack Doctor Strange Is Wayyyyyy Too Cute

Iron Man Shape-changing Armor Won’t Change Shape But No Less Awesome

Tony Stark has never stop innovating. The fictional super hero in exoskeleton suit has developed more armored suits than your digits can count, but if we were to single out one suit from recent time worthy of a special mention, it would be the shape-changing armor which appeared in 2015’s Invincible Iron Man comics. Why? Because, it can turn into a samurai-like armor or even a Hulkbuster in a snap without having to suit out and suit up, and also because the brilliant minds over at Chemical Attack and Japanese toy maker, Sentinel Toys, has given this bleeding edge armor a Japanese makeover and the result is absolutely fabulous. Continue reading Iron Man Shape-changing Armor Won’t Change Shape But No Less Awesome

Nativity Scene In Modern Context Features Hipsters, Segways And Welfie

Modern Nativity calls it the Hipster Nativity Set, but to me, it is a fun parody of the classic nativity scene that oddly, puts a smile on our faces> The best part is, no religion is being poked fun at; it is just the classic, updated to today’s – specifically 2016 – context. So what do 2016’s context has? Well, according to Modern Nativity, everyone’s in their proudest, modern getups with Joseph sporting a man bun, dressed in a denim shirt, taking a wefie with baby Jesus and Mary, who happens to be holding a to-go coffee. And then there’s of course, the three wise men, who probably used Google Maps to find their way to the new born, but instead of walking, they have arrived in their Segways, each armed with a gift for the baby brought from Amazon. Continue reading Nativity Scene In Modern Context Features Hipsters, Segways And Welfie

Square Enix Takes Deadpool To The Next Level Of Sophistication

Square Enix Play Arts Kai series takes popular figures and offers its own, well, how do we say? Edgy look? Like, with a dose of Japanese anime/manga influence. Tetsuya Nomura’s take on Batman answered the question: “what if Batman is born out of Japanese anime?” The Square Enix Play Arts Kai Deadpool is the answer to the same question. While it is not nearly as ‘dark’ or anime-ish as Tetsuya Nomura’s Batman, it is nevertheless as awesome and perhaps, more sophisticated. Marvel’s Deadpool is impervious to damage and therefore needs no armor, but in this Square Enix Play Arts Kai iteration, this infamous anti-hero is all geared and all armored. Continue reading Square Enix Takes Deadpool To The Next Level Of Sophistication