What you see here is a wearable Bumblebee helmet from Killerbody. Killerbody is most notable for making shell or body for RC car, but since few years ago, they have also been recognized as a licensed costume/toy maker for franchise like Marvel’s Iron Man and more recently, Transformers.
We are not entirely disappointed that LEGO’s take on Chinese folklore, Monkey King, is not literal (it is clear that LEGO tried to pull a Ninjago or Nexo Knights with this release). But then, we saw this: a LEGO MOC dubbed Sun Wukong, the Monkey King, by Redverse, and it totally changed our mind.
THIS. The Toho 30 cm Series 1975 Godzilla Figure is a reminder why I stopped collecting Godzilla figures. I don’t under why companies like Shonen Ric/X-Plus, Bandai and more, always issue small batch of the figure.
The scene where Ultraman teleported himself back to Earth to take on Balkan (1966/67 Season 1, Episode 16 ‘Science Patrol Into Space’) is now immortalized in 3D, by the way of the Shonen Ric’s Large Monster Series Ultraman (Type B) Teleportation Image Version. It is a figure that only true fans will appreciate.
BAPE x Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back Collection is yet example of how anything and everything can be celebrated as long as there’s money to be earned. But hey, any thing that has to do with the original trilogy is always welcome.
ARMPAL 3D Wooden Tabletop Game is a new kind of toy that completely rethinks the concept of tabletop game. Think of it as a cross between a building toy and Hungry Hippo, but only way more advanced and sophisticated.
Since after revealing the 4-meter (13′) tall real-life Transformers robot a couple of years ago, J-Deite seems to have quieten down. Perhaps, it is time to nurture the next-generation inventor of Transformers robots? Well, nurture you can with the Robosen T9. T9 is the evolution of the mind-blowing auto transforming remote control “Transformers” we saw […]
What you see here is a collectible figure of the deadly Asian giant hornet, or Vespa mandarinia, as it is scientifically known. This toy couldn’t appear at a “better time,” so to speak. Because this little big guy of the insect kingdom has recently been found in stateside, which it really shouldn’t be.
This was actually released last year to mark the 25th anniversary of PlayStation. And yes, it is absolutely weird to be buying a ‘PlayStation’ that is not only 2/5 the size of the original and also, can’t play games.
I bet you never see this coming, TMNT fans. What you see here is what we thought a rather obscure, serious fans-only Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles toy set. Folks, meet the Musical Mutagen Tour action figures, based on the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Coming Out of Their Shells Tour.