DC Collectibles played the Spoiler Alert game with the Capullo Riddler, and he’ll be joined by 3 other figures in the first series: Batman, Talon, and Nightwing. They’re due out in April and May next year. The solicits also more New 52 super-villains with Bizarro and Deathstorm (who?), and included the Arkham City Two-Face that was teased in the week with Solomon Grundy feature – apparently he’s on his own, and not with another wave of Arkham action figures.
Finally, an action figure 2-pack for the Arrow TV series, with Oliver Queen and Deathstroke – are you guys excited about this?
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The Mattel Apptivity Batman figures are back on Woot for only $3 this time around (regularly priced at $11.99). If you aren’t familiar with the Batman Apptivity figures, they are interactive toys that work with the free Batman: The Dark Knight Rises Apptivity app for your iPad. Each Batman has unique abilities that manifest themselves in different ways in the app.
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Hot Toys fell a little behind on its original schedule for some of these figures, but it looks like it’ll be worth the wait. I can’t get over how humongous the Hulk is – I’ve seen quite a few pictures of him prior to this but nothing that drove home his size like this. I’ve got him and Catwoman on my list. How about you?
If you’re still looking to pick any of these up, Catwoman, Snake Eyes, and Barney Ross are available to pre-order at Sideshow, and Hulk is available to pre-order at BigBadToyStore.
Hey Hot Toys fans,
As the Iron Man Mark VII Collectible Figurines are continuing to be shipped out, we would like to share a sneak peek with you today on the products coming next in the near future.
Be expected to see Catwoman from The Dark Knight Rises, Hulk from The Avengers, Mark VII Collectible Bust from Iron Man 3, Barney Ross from The Expendables 2, and Snake Eyes from G.I. Joe Retaliation!
Stay tuned and thanks for your support!
via Hot Toys.
I came across the Daniel Picard Photography website via a Sideshow Toys Facebook post and have been cursing his photography and Photoshop skills ever since. He has filled up his 1:1 Toys project by “using collectible toys and and giving them the illusion of being full-size.”
His shots include figures from Sideshow Collectibles, Hot Toys, 3A Toys, and more – now I envy his collection too.
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I am getting around to posting pics in the backlog from Toy Fair. My tag team partner from Fwoosh, Hagop, did such a great job with coverage that the pressure was off to get things posted – but I realized that I had more stuff in the backlog than I actually posted.
Here’s a look at the Play Arts Kai offerings from Square Enix. The 8-inch scale is a bit of an anomaly for the rest of my collection, but between the quality of sculpt and articulation scheme I put the Play Arts Kai Street Fighters on my Best of 2012 list. They’re continuing the line with more Street Fighter 4 figures – just not fast enough for my liking.
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