If spoilers trigger the rage in you, then you may want to skip this post. If are not triggered by spoilers, then you are good to proceed. So, here goes… Hot Toys has recently announced a new Star Wars 1/6th scale collectible figure based on the upcoming Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.
Here’s a must-have collectible for very rich fans of Formula 1. What you see here is a Formula 1 Slot Car Racetrack, but mind you, this isn’t just any Formula 1 slot car racetrack. This is a custom-built slot car track commissioned by Formula 1 and built by Michigan-based Slot Mods Raceway.
If you have a thing for Gwyneth Paltrow’s Pepper Potts in Rescue Suit as briefly seen in Avengers: Endgame, but can’t bear to part with $400 for the Hot Toys figure, Iron Studios may just have an alternative for you.
Marvel’s Build-A-Figure (BAF) Fat Thor may not have hyper-realistic look or exacting details for that matter, but that little figure somehow brings out the essence of the overweight Chris Hemsworth in Avengers: Endgame.
In the latest of ridiculous products, we have here the Jesus Shoes, AKA Nike Air Max 97 with holy water loaded into what used to be a pocket of air for, you know, cushioning. Created by Brooklyn-based MSCHF, the tagline of this ‘Jesus Shoes’ is walk on water. I kid you not.
After it was spotted at Billund Airport LEGO Store last week, LEGO has finally make the LEGO 76139 1989 Batmobile official. Even though I knew it was coming, I was little surprised. I was surprised it actually came with a rotating display base, which is a nice touch.
LEGO is ushering the next Chinese New Year in 2020 with two brand new Chinese New Year sets. The first is the Lion Dance set and the other is the Chinese New Year Temple Fair set.
While we are anticipating the release of the Limited Edition 1989 Batmobile, LEGO surprises us with a LEGO UCS 1989 Batmobile. Yes. You heard that right. There’s going to be yet another UCS Batmobile! Woohoo. For the record, I am not a major Bat fan, but man, I can never resist picking up yet another […]
Since 1964, toy truck specialist Hess Toy Truck has been dishing out a special holiday toy vehicle set each year. This year is no different. OK. Maybe it is a little different because, for the first time, Hess Toy Truck is introducing its first-ever Hess Tow Trucks.
Here’s a new product from LEGO that no super fans of LEGO should miss. It is a wooden minifigure. A pretty damn massive one actually. To be precise, it is a big 5:1 upscaled model.