Diamond Select Toys Thank You Sale Starts Tomorrow on Thanksgiving

Diamond Select Toys is offering 10% – 20% off all items available in their online store. That includes Marvel Select, Marvel Minimates, Star Trek, the Walking Dead, the Expendables, Ghostbusters, and a whole lot more.

The sale starts on Thanksgiving (tomorrow) and runs through Monday. Happy shopping!

“Thank You” Sale!

The holiday shopping season is upon us, and to say “thanks” to their customers for making 2013 such a great year, Diamond Select is offering a discount on all in-stock items in their Web store! Running from Thanksgiving (Nov. 28th) through Cyber Monday (Dec. 2nd), if you visit the “Products” section at diamondselecttoys.com, you’ll be able to order any in-stock item at 10% off using the code DSTX10.

Marvel Minimates Series 39 Thor Movie Asst Expendables 2 Hale Caesar Figure Femme Fatales Steampunk Lexi PVC Statue

Plus, selected items will be eligible for a 20% off code DSTX20! Check out the list below, and visit the special “Sale” section of the store to pick up some great deals!

Get 20% off on:

  • All Minimates Vehicles
  • Alice: Madness Returns Minimates
  • Battle Beasts Minimates
  • Expendables Action Figures and Minimates
  • Femme Fatales Darkchylde Statue
  • Knight Rider License Plates
  • Femme Fatales Steampunk Lexi Statue
  • Marvel Minimates – Thor Movie
  • Marvel Minimates – Outback X-Men
  • Marvel Minimates – Torch and Blastarr
  • Ghostbusters Series 4 Minimates
  • Star Trek Retro Figures
  • Street Fighter X Tekken Minimates
  • Tomb Raider Minimates
  • Universal Monsters Minimates
  • Walking Dead Minimates Halloween ComicFest 2-Pack

via Diamond Select Toys.

SDCC 2013: Square Enix Play Arts Kai (Preview Night)

Square Enix Play Arts Kai (1 of 41)

It feels like there’s been a shift in the development of Square Enix’s Play Arts Kai lines. Its roots are in its video game licenses, but this show, most of the new products in the pipeline are in the various DC licenses that they’ve added over the past couple years. From Arkham Asylum / City, they’ve moved into the Dark Knight Trilogy and Man of Steel in force, and they’re continuing to move forward with their DC variants line.

They have two cases that are still covered – if I were a betting man, I’d put my money on Arkham Origins. Any other guesses?

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