Leave the wonderful toys like Transformers to the grown ups and grab a STEM-worthy toy like the Elekit Buildable Cyborg Hand MR-9112 for your kids. Why? Because, you want them to have a head start in learning. Wait. Scratch that. I think this cyborg hand may tickle the fancy of adults too.
You heard that Lamborghini is coming to LEGO Technic. Well, it is finally here and it the form of the LEGO 42115 Technic Lamborghini Sián FKP 37. Lamborghini’s first hybrid super sports car is an official LEGO Technic set now. What a time to be alive for LEGO/automobile enthusiasts, isn’t it?
Here’s a new Star Wars collectible from Hasbro that no fans of the galaxy’s most fearsome bounty hunter, Boba Fett, should miss. It is yet another Hasbro Star Wars: The Black Series Boba Fett Electronic Helmet.
After the buildable Star Wars helmet series, we are kind of half expecting LEGO buildable helmets based on Marvel universe. True enough, a buildable helmet was announced along with the LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Summer 2020 lineup and no surprise, it was the Iron Man helmet.
Here’s one for adult LEGO Fairground collection collectors: the new LEGO 10273 Creator Expert Haunted House! And it is looking absolutely amazing. Or perhaps it was the marketing photos that make it look amazing? Whatever it is, I am digging it even though I am not a big Fairground fan.
If you are looking for just one Godzilla collectible to add to your room full of collectibles, the new X-Plus Large Monster Series Godzilla (2019) Figure might be it. Why? It is fairly massive and it does not cost a bomb.
Here’s one for all board game enthusiasts. Board game publisher, Days of Wonder, has announced that Blizzard’s World of Warcraft MMORPG game will be joining its Small World board game lineup.
There’s a reason why board games are sometime called tabletop games. Because, they are supposed to be played on table, but that does not mean you can’t elevate your board game a little. And elevate the Level Up Modular Board Game Platform will do and it in a very literal way.
Good news, Chinese folklore enthusiasts. LEGO has just revealed the toy maker’s first ever Chinese-inspired theme sets based on the legendary Monkey King from the classic work from the 16th century novel, Journey to the West by Ming Dynasty-era novelist and poet Wu Cheng’en (吴承恩).
If you have a thing for movie vehicles like yours truly do, you will want to check out Playmobil Scooby-Doo Mystery Machine. OK. Maybe not if you super anal about accuracy because, somehow, this Playmobil’s iteration looks too much like the original A-Team van. Maybe its just me.