Category Archives: TOYS

This Might Be The Best LEGO MOC Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Thus Far

Unlike Star Wars, the other defining sci-fi series/movies of our time, Star Trek, hasn’t gotten much LEGO love, officially and non-officially. So, it was exciting when we stumbled upon Kevin J. Walter’s newest LEGO MOC Star Trek, the NCC-1701-A U.S.S. Enterprise. If we can only use one word to describe Walter’s LEGO take of the iconic starfleet spaceship, then it would be “breathtaking.” No doubt about it. I mean, seriously, just look at this thing. Isn’t it a beauty? Continue reading This Might Be The Best LEGO MOC Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise Thus Far

DJI Tello Iron Man Edition Lets You Fly In Iron Man’s Perspective

You heard of Tello? No? Well, it is a drone made by Shenzhen-based Ryze Tech, powered by DJI and touts Intel technology, that mixes both imaging and fun play. The drone was introduced earlier this year, but now, Tello has a new Iron Man-themed edition. Called Tello Iron Man Edition, it is essentially the same Tello, but with a flashy shell inspired by Iron Man’s suit in hot rod red and gold colorway, complete with Arc Reactor slapped on it. Continue reading DJI Tello Iron Man Edition Lets You Fly In Iron Man’s Perspective

More Avengers: Endgame Action Figures And New LEGO Sets

The heat is on. Running up to the release of the most anticipated Marvel’s movie this year, Avengers: Endgame, toy makers have been announcing collectibles based on the movie which, inadvertently, provided us with some spoilers to the movie. Yes. Spoilers. So, don’t even look if you are anal about spoilers. You have been warned. Anywho, previously, Hot Toys offers us a look at Tony Stark’s new Iron Man suit, and now, there is Thanos as well. Continue reading More Avengers: Endgame Action Figures And New LEGO Sets

We Nearly Fell For LEGO’s Pretty Damn Brilliant April Fool Day’s Joke

We are wary of the news that came out on any April 1st of any year. This year is no exception. In fact, we even contemplating not to post anything on this day for fear that our naivety gets the better of us. So far, we are safe. Phew!. And then we came across a tweet by LEGO on a “revolutionary” app called Find My Brick and we totally lose it because, we want it to be real. Continue reading We Nearly Fell For LEGO’s Pretty Damn Brilliant April Fool Day’s Joke

Iron Man’s Endgame Suit Officially Revealed Thru’ Hot Toys Figure

Surprise! Hot Toys have just revealed its first 1/6th collectible figure based on the highly anticipated, soon-to-hit-the-theaters Avengers: Endgame, the Avengers: Endgame Iron Mark Mark LXXXV 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure. The first in what could be the many Avengers: Endgame collectibles coming your way is exquisitely crafted based on Tony Stark’s Iron Man as he will be appearing in the upcoming Avengers: Endgame. Continue reading Iron Man’s Endgame Suit Officially Revealed Thru’ Hot Toys Figure

LEGO Batman 80th Anniversary Sets Includes A 1,000-piece Batcave

March 2019 marks the 80th years of Batman. Yes, Bat is eight decades old! To mark this occasion, LEGO chipped in on the celebration by revealing no less than six sets of celebratory LEGO Batman sets during Batcave Friday (March 29, 2019). The six sets revealed include a massive 1,037-piece 76122 Batcave Clayface Invasion set, a 200-piece 76118 Mr. Freeze Batcycle Battle, the 76119 Batmobile: Pursuit of The Joker set that packs 342 pieces, a 489-piece 76120 Batman Batwing and The Riddler Heist set, a 171-piece 76138 Batman and The Joker Escape set and finally, the 76137 Batman vs. The Riddler Robbery set with a modest 59 pieces. Continue reading LEGO Batman 80th Anniversary Sets Includes A 1,000-piece Batcave

Star Wars Celebration Chicago Exclusives Previewed

I guess you don’t have to wait till Triple Force Friday (October 4th, 2019) to see new Star Wars toys. Disney-owned Star Wars franchise has previewed a slew of products from Hasbro, Funko! and LEGO that it will be bringing to Star Wars Celebration Chicago, happening from April 11-15 at McComick Place, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Star Wars: The Phantom Menace (1999, Lucasfilm). Man, 20 years! It seems like it was just yesterday we were treated to the most non-defining Star Wars yet. Oops. Sorry, I didn’t mean it to come out that way. Continue reading Star Wars Celebration Chicago Exclusives Previewed

LEGO Ideas Steamboat Willie Unveiled Along With Box Signing Events

Well, that was fast. Just last month, LEGO Review Board had green lit two new LEGO Ideas set as part of the Second 2018 Review Results. One of the submission that has gotten the nod was The Central Perk Coffee of Friends, which we had excitedly featured here a couple of weeks ago, and the other was this: Steamboat Willie, a Mickey Mouse set based on the original cartoon character from 90 years ago, submitted by LEGO Ideas member Máté Szabó, AKA szabomate90. Continue reading LEGO Ideas Steamboat Willie Unveiled Along With Box Signing Events

Brick Builder’s LEGO MOC Titanic Is Finally Completed!

Two years in the making, LEGO enthusiast Brick Builder’s LEGO MOC Titanic (not to be confused with Australia’s The Brick Builder who was responsible for the Guinness World Records’ Largest Brick Caravan, btw) is finally completed. Coming in at 2.4 meters (around 7.9 feet) long and packing 11,000 LEGO elements, this LEGO MOC Titanic features quite a number of details, including the lifeboats that were never enough for the 2,208 people onboard, smokestacks, and other deck details – though it is not as detailed as the 120,000-brick creation by The Brickman that features the final moment of the supposedly unsinkable cruise liner. Continue reading Brick Builder’s LEGO MOC Titanic Is Finally Completed!

KAWS Companion As Ooompa Loompas Robot Art Is Strangely Attractive

If you love Slobot, AKA Robot Art, and happen to be particularly enamored by the original movie adaption of the 1964 Roald Dahl novel, Charlie & the Chocolate Factory, Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971, Paramount Pictures), then this new piece from Slobot artist Mike Slobot may interest you. Mike Slobot, who is a self-declared Willy Wonka of his Slobot universe, created a robot character inspired by the Ooompa Loompas from the movie which he named Slonkabot 1000-5YL. But this Ooompa Loompas has no love for cocoa beans and it does not make make chocolate; it “work” at Mike’s Slobot Factory churning out robots instead. Continue reading KAWS Companion As Ooompa Loompas Robot Art Is Strangely Attractive