Star Wars Celebration Europe just kicked off and we have some news for you. This comes from our friends at Jedinews.co.uk who are on site and here we go! Click on over for the full gallery. Star Wars Black Series 6 inch: Luke Bespin Stormtrooper Star Wars Black Series 3 3/4 Mace Windu Commander Neyo Darth Palgueis Nikto skiff guard
Classic Teenage Ninja Turtles are coming! If you thought the turtle craze was done how about a nostalgic trip down memory lane. These are what we like to call retro figures. They are meant to compliment a vintage collection and they look great. Some might call these a cash grab or a waste of time; I call them awesome and if you do not like em, don't buy them. Retail will be $12.99 for the single carded figures and I know for a fact, you cannot buy a vintage carded figure for that price. Click on through for the pics. Also in case your wondering, TRU.com has them up for pre-order as of now.
Super 7 has come out of nowhere to bring us something really special. As most of you know Super 7 is producing the original Alien figures from the 70's. These figures were scrapped due to the nature of the film and parental outrage. This year we will finally get these toys made from the original molds and if the line goes well, we will get more. For now check out the gallery.
Playarts and DC go hand in hand due to the incredible Batman pieces they both produce. Of course each company has their own style and products but i felt it would be cool to see them both together. I am a fan and I have met the guys behind some of the coolest DC products on the market. The B&W statues are sweet and so is the New 52 figures. Check em out after the jump!
Both Gentle Giant and Bridge Direct had some pretty incredible items on display. GG still rules the Star Wars Bust/ Statue market and Bridge Direct controls the Hobbit toy line. Both companies are outstanding and we want you to see some of their goods. I am still in disbelieve that we are getting a retro Wampa in the vintage line. More after the jump!
Mattel finally showed us a near complete Castle Greysskull and so much more! I am really digging the retro Batman series (Adam West for the win!) and He-Man is still strong as ever. You can check out the full gallery after the jump!
Kotobukiya had some kick ass collectibles on display at SDCC. I think we need to take a second look just in case we missed something. We did get a good look at the upcoming Mara Jade art work. I do believe this will be a part of our anniversary give-a-way next year (more on that latter). For now, enjoy the gallery.
Next up from Hasbro is the mighty Transformers line. I have never been a major collector of the brand but I am slowly converting to the Transformers world of toys. Check out the gallery!
Even though SDCC 2013 is gone we would like to share some pictures with you. You know the saying, better late than never and we will take what we can get. First up to bat is Hasbro Star Wars.
Take this with a grain of salt, as this is unconfirmed information, but over on Fighting 118th, Duffman spoke with a Hasbro representative at San Diego ComicCon (who wasn’t Derryl DePriest). That rep acknowledged some possible plans for 2014 concerning the GI Joe brand. 2014 will have a 50th Anniversary line 2014 figures will sport a
Toy Fans, Toy Guru just wrapped up the big Mattypalooza event at SDCC and we’ve got hot-off-the-press news about coming products, the 2014 subscriptions, and a guy with the initials “SL.” Ready for the big reveals from the panel.Here are the top highlights revealed at this year’s SDCC Mattypalooza panel!