Like Mattel’s Barbie doll, Medicom Toy’s [email protected] has assumed many identities and has seen countless collabs, including with 80s pop culture icon Transformers. Now, another pop culture icon from the 80s is set to join the ever-growing many faces of [email protected]: Masters of the Universe.
3-way collab is not new. Even then, I never ceased to be confused about how so many entities can contribute to a product as simple as, say, the [email protected] Anyways, the [email protected] Kosuke Kawamura x NEXUSVII. x S01 400% is the latest Medicom Toy product that is a result of a triple collab.
Fans of 80s sci-fi crimefighting Robocop and robopocalypse sci-fi flick Terminator will want to check out these two new action figures from Japanese toymaker Medicom Toy’s MAFEX line.
The Batman hype may be over but this MAFEX The Batman action figure by Medicom Toy is worthy of a mention nonetheless. The 160 mm (6.3 inches) tall action figure stood out in the head sculpt department. The likeness to the British actor is through the roof.
There is a myriad of toys and collectibles from the Evangelion franchise but I am definitely not expecting Lilith to ever be part of it. But here it is anyway, the Evangelion 1.0 Lilith Figure by Medicom, as it was seen in the Evangelion 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone.
If you are a big fan of Toyota and desire to collect every piece of the automaker’s merchandise, then I supposed you will be delighted by Toyota’s “Drive Your Teenage Dreams” Collection. Actually. You don’t need to be a super fan of the Japanese automaker. If you are a person of style, love Casio – …
Medicom [email protected]’s open canvas nature has resulted in countless collaborations which, in part, led to its collectability today. That said, when there is a trending pop culture, you are likely to see a Kubrick-style, pot-bellied bear toy version.
I am sure you are familiar with BEARBRICK (stylized as [email protected]). This half-bear, half-Kubrick figure that, for some reason, has a potbelly, has been around for over two decades. Since its introduction, it has since countless co-branding/collaborations.
Here’s another piece of Medicom Toy news that may be of an interest to photography enthusiasts. No, Medicom is not making a camera, but it is a Bearbrick (stylized as [email protected]) collectible figure in the unmistakable Leica camera iconography.