There’s something about Spider-Man that captures our hearts. Even more so when it is the good’ol Spidey untouched by MCU. We are talking about the original Spider-Man in his original getup and the original Sinister Six, the web slinger’s six iconic arch nemesis: Doctor Octopus, Mysterio, Electro, Kraven, Vulture, and Sandman. If you have the same love as us for these guys, you’d be glad to know that you can grab’em all now on Amazon for 10 bucks less, at $69.99. Continue reading You Can Now Get Hasbro’s Marvel Legends Spider-Man For $10 Less
In this week’s “don’t say we did not tell you,” Hasbro’s Transformers Platinum Edition Trypticon Figure is now on sale on Amazon, priced at $120.21. It is not exactly a fire-sale sticker, but considering that it originally cost $169.99, you are getting quite a saving of nearly 50 bucks. Top that off with free shipping deal, any Transformers nuts who hasn’t own this should really consider bagging this. However, do not confuse this with the new Titans Return Trypticon Figure announced earlier this year. The Transformers Platinum Edition Trypticon Figure now discount on Amazon is a reissue Trypticon offered as a Platinum release. But that’s all the more reason to grab one since this is consider the original design, the icon that started all, well, at least it is as far as Trypticon is concerned. Continue reading Hasbro Transformers Platinum Edition Trypticon On Sale For Almost $50 Less
Have you heard? There will be a new droid star in the upcoming 8th Star Wars movie, Star Wars: The Last Jedi and it is called BB-9E. While it may not be as memorable as R2-D2 and C-3PO, the BB-8 from the last Star Wars flick was adorable in its own right and it appears that this next droid is here to pick up where BB-8 has left off. However, do not expect this droid to be a compassionate droid like its immediate forebear. It is anything but. If its colorway did not reveal any clue of the BB-9E’s allegiance, then the somewhat awkward flat head and glowing red eye should. Continue reading This Is BB-9E, The Evil Twin Of BB-8 And You’ll Have Full Control Over It
Good news, toy collectors. If you did not made it to this year’s SDCC, here’s your chance to score some Hasbro San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives dished out by toy maker Hasbro during the convention. The best part is, not only are the toys listed on Hasbro Toy Shop, they are available for your taking as we speak. Seriously, no self-respecting toy collectors should miss this, but that is, of course, if Transformers, G.I. Joe, Marvel and such, are your kind of poison. Continue reading Hasbro SDCC 2017 Exclusives Now On Sale On Hasbro Online Store
Now, this is something that should have been done for a long time, but I guess it is better late than never. What you got here is a NERF Rival Apollo XV-700 Blaster-inspired by the intergalactic bounty hunter Boba Fett, specifically, from the upcoming Star Wars: Battlefront II video game. Produced by U.S. video game chain, GameStop, this special edition NERF blaster comes draped in the colors of the infamous mercenary’s armor and with appropriate ‘worn’ effects that makes the otherwise run-of-the-mill NERF Rival Apollo XV-700 Blaster look strikingly different and if I may say so, a little more attractive. At least it is over the stock pinkish red and blue variety. Continue reading Mandalorian Edition NERF Blaster Is A Pricey Way Of Battling As Boba Fett
Seriously, who doesn’t love G.I. Joe? (the action figures and the cartoon series, not quite the movies) Everybody loves the Joes, but how strong is your love? Will it be strong enough for you to drop $200 and $230 for a specially created G.I. Joe L-2B Flight Jacket and a G.I. Joe Duke collectible garbed in a miniature replica of the jacket? 200 bucks is not a lot for a quality outerwear and especially one that’s inspired by the classic L-2B Alpha made for the military. Continue reading G.I. Joe Figure With Matching Jacket Is More Expensive Than The Actual Jacket
Over the weekend, Marvel’s Jesse Falcon made an announcement that should have Marvel/Black Panther fans very excited. Falcon revealed the Marvel Legends 12-inch Black Panther Action Figure at the D23 Expo. Now, the thing is, this action figure is from toy maker Hasbro and so, one should not expect a boat load of details like you would get from collectibles from Hot Toys and the likes. Despite that being the case, the first images seem to point to quite a reasonable amount of details. Based on the upcoming Black Panther solo movie starring Chadwick Boseman as the T’ChallaBlack Panther, the toy version the king and protector of Wakanda is showed garbed in his vibranium-weave suit complete with the menacing retractable claws, locked and loaded. Continue reading Hasbro Unveiled 12-inch Marvel Legends Series Black Panther Figure
Yes. There is a ‘transforming’ Xiaomi tablet, but it is not kind of transformer tablet you may have imagined. It’s a toy, which is what makes it so interesting. Seriously, I don’t know how we managed to miss this exciting news when it was out last year. But hey, you know what they say? It’s better late than never. Anyways, last year, U.S. toy giant Hasbro and China handset maker Xiaomi jointly released a toy inspired by the iconic Decepticon robot, Soundwave, from the Transformers franchise. Kids of the eighties will remember Soundwave as the robot that masquerade as a cassette tape recorder that commands a bunch of cassette tape robot minions. Continue reading Did You Know Xiaomi Has A Tablet That Is Also A Transformers Robot?
If there’s one thing about the good’ol Transformers, i.e. the 80s cartoon variety, which boggles my mind is how the heck the huge-ass Decepticon, the equivalent of Autobot’s Metroplex, Trypticon, is not a human-like robot but a dinosaur (specifically, a T-rex)? This question lingered in my mind for quite sometime and gradually took a backseat until recent when we heard Hasbro has announced a new version of the good’ol classic Trypticon and man, does it look awesome. I’d be lying if I say I weren’t stoked. Targeted to be released this Fall, this $149.99 Decepticon monstrosity is not nearly as enormous as the Metroplex (that thing stands 2 feet tall!), coming in at 20 inches tall and 9 inches wide in Dino mode, and 36 inches across, 30 inches long, and 16 inches tall as a city. Continue reading New Hasbro Transformers Decepticon City Action Figure Is 20 Inches Huge!
By now, we should be accustomed to NERF’s relentless pursuit to outdo itself. That said, it is no surprise that a 100-foam ball blaster and foam car-shooting blaster aren’t enough, cos’ the Hasbro brand is churning out more delightful blasters which the company will showcase at the upcoming New York Toy Fair, happening from February 18-21. One of the three notable blasters that will be unveiled is a jaw-dropping, monstrous (and somewhat anime-ish) blaster called The Judge. We are not sure if it is the judge, but with the fire power it has, it sure is an executioner. Continue reading NERF’s New Blasters Include An Anime-ish, Monstrous 30-Foam Dart Shooter