Players who purchase Nintendo Labo’s Variety and Robot Kits from Amazon Japan will receive an exclusive masking tape, as well as a bonus set of parts featuring Danboard, the cardboard box robot from Yotsuba&! The masking tape is based on the sealing tape used by Amazon Japan, and the exclusive parts include pieces for use with the RC Car or Robot Visor.
You can hit the jump to check out more pictures of the exclusive parts, and hit the links above to purchase the items from Amazon Japan.
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The Hollywood Reporter has word that Hasbro’s M.A.S.K. (Mobile Armored Strike Kommand) has finally found its director in F. Gary Gray (Straight Outta Compton). While the film currently has no writer, it’s yet another addition to the growing slate of Hasbro films with adaptations on the table.
Hasbro’s M.A.S.K. has been in the early stages of a movie for quite some time, with the late 80’s animated series being up and down in stages of production.
It would appear that Hot Toys isn’t quite finished with Avengers: Infinity War yet as the toy company has revealed additional Cosbaby toys on top of the large, already revealed series. The new series includes Doctor Strange and Wong, Battle Mode Iron Man, the Infinity Gauntlet itself, Tony Stark, and an Infinity War Movbi.
You can hit the jump to check out the new additions to the series of Avengers: Infinity War Cosbabies.
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It’s become tradition at this point that when a new comic book film hits, Hot Toys releases a new official line of adorable Cosbaby toys representing the films main characters. Of course, Avengers: Infinity War is no different. The design studio unveiled the full line this morning, and it’s filled with quite a few spoilers and confirmations.
If you’re not looking for some surprising moments from the film, I wouldn’t proceed further, but if you don’t mind you can hit the the jump for over 50 images of the new toys.
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A few years ago, Lego fan-builder BrickBros UK submitted a Lego Ideas set based on the 2010 film, TRON: Legacy, and now after several years the set is being officially released on March 31st. It marks an instant-buy for me, as the TRON franchise is one of my favorites of all time, being an important guiding factor in my life choices.
The set is relatively small at 230 pieces, but includes Sam Flynn, Quorra, Rinzler, two light-cycles, and a streamlined base for light-disc battles, and races. Hit the jump for the full look at images of the new set.
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Tomb Raider, starring Alicia Vikander and based on the 2013 reboot of the hit video game franchise, hits theaters next month. But, before that, Mattel has unveiled a new Barbie version of the iconic hero, Lara Croft.
Mattel will be unveiling the doll at the Mattel Collector event during the New York Toy Fair. Presale is currently available on Barbie.com, and collectors are able to purchase the doll for $29.99. The doll includes various accessories, including a map, axe, journal, doll stand and a Certificate of Authenticity.
At Tokaigi 2018, Nintendo revealed two new amiibo figures featuring Splatoon 2 characters Pearl and Marina, the game’s pop idol duo Off the Hook. The duo also performed at the event, directly after the Koshien 2018 tournament.
The figures will be available in a two-pack at all major retailers for $24.99. Splatoon 2 is available now for the Nintendo Switch.
U.S. game retailer, Gamestop, and GAME Spain have both listed a new set of Sony PlayStation-themed figures called Totaku that feature various PlayStation characters and vehicles. The first wave features characters from God of War, PaRappa the Rapper, Crash Bandicoot, Bloodborne, WipeOut, Little Big Planet and Tekken.
The non-functional figures stand just under four inches tall and will retail for approximately $10 each. The first wave will launch on March 23rd.
The adorable Fox Pokemon is officially joining the line-up of Build-A-Bear Workshop’s wildly successful Pokémon line. The 13″ plush is now available in stores, and online. Clothing options for him include an orange Poké-Ball sweater, and a beautiful cape (only available online).
You can hit the jump to check out all 3 options that are available for Vulpix.
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Bandai has announced that the long-awaited return of the iconic pet-raising interactive toys, Tamagotchi, to North America is imminent. On November 5th, the toy will once hit store shelves across the country, retailing for $14.99.
I was never very good at raising Tamagotchi, though I killed it with my DigiVice. That all-white beauty above looks mighty tempting for a measly $14.99. I wonder if that’s how much they retailed for in 1997?
Worldwide phenomenon trading card game, Magic: The Gathering, has had essentially the same logo, with minor color variations since 1993 upon its inception. Well, that has officially changed, as the company has launched a major brand overhaul, that resembles Magic: The Gathering Arena, its popular online game.
Thus far, the only thing revealed is the logo, and we should expect new card backs soon, as well, I would think.
Uno is one of the largest card games on the planet, with a fan-base that stretches into any generation. Mattel is testing out a revision to its main deck, by adding the universal ColorADD signs for color-blind players to join in on the fun, as well.
ColorADD is a universal sign language for people who are colour blind, and by adding the system’s icons to each Uno card, the game will allow players, color blind or otherwise, to play on the same level. You can check out Mattel’s Website to buy your copy of the ColorADD deck.
Tomorrow is September 1st, and that means the long-awaited day for collectors is finally upon us: Force Friday II. Star Wars has unveiled the full lineup of toys, collectibles, apparel, and more for the upcoming Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
The reveal shows several new characters such as the adorably evil looking BB-9E, as well as a look at Supreme Leader Snoke, and more. Hit the jump to check out the full reveal.
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Funko has unveiled more Justice League toys, including the full lineup of excellent looking Mystery Minis, as well as four new Pop! figures. The Pop! figures include Wonder Woman and Cyborg holding a Mother Box, Mera, and a combo pack with Aquaman and Batman in his tactical suit.
The big takeaway, though, is with the Mystery Minis, as they reveal a new mysterious character (seen above). Initial speculation has it pegged as Willem Dafoe’s Vulko, but as of now, it remains a mystery. Hit the jump to see the full lineup of unveiled toys.
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Hot Toys has been on a rampage, adapting essentially every major blockbuster this year into their beloved Cosbaby line of bobblehead figures. This time, it’s Thor: Ragnarok getting the treatment. The Thor: Ragnarok Cosbaby series stands about 10.5 – 15cm tall and includes Thor, Roadworn Thor, Gladiator Thor, Gladiator Hulk, Loki, Hela and Valkyrie. Hela, Valkyrie, Gladiator Thor, Gladiator Hulk and Loki’s helmet with metallic finishing are only available in their respective collectible sets!
These adorable Thor: Ragnarok Cosbaby bobbleheads are armed with their unique weapons and will be available approximately Q3 – Q4, 2017. Hit the jump for a complete gallery of the upcoming line.
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