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.
Josh and Theo are back, and joined by #SameYearSameFauxvi for a look at the coolest shit that pop culture has to offer this week!
An overload of nostalgia with Duke Nukem and the coolest 80’s action figures! Inhumans news! The new Tomb Raider trailer! Plus plenty more on this episode of… Analog! Check out the links below to listen, and please Rate & Review us on iTunes!
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?
The best character in Punisher history is set to appear in the upcoming Netflix adaptation for The Punisher, and Jon Bernthal seems to be pretty excited about the prospect. The Battle Van is an oft-used mode of transportation for Frank Castle, that is loaded to the brim with defensive weapons, and an arsenal that could support an army. It also made for one of the coolest toys ever.
“They travel around in the Battle Van in the comics, so it was important for us to do our version of that,” Marvel TV boss Jeph Loeb confirms on Netflix’s Media Center. “It’s not the Batmobile, but it’s definitely an iconic character that people know.”
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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Proof that we don’t live in the darkest timeline after all. John Cena has been cast opposite Hailee Steinfeld as the lead in the upcoming Transformers spin-off film, Bumblebee. The cast also includes Jorge Lendeborg, Jason Drucker, Abby Quinn, Rachel Crow, Ricardo Hoyos and Gracie Dzienny.
Little is known about the plot outside of its 1980’s setting. Travis Knight (Kubo and the Two Strings), will direct the Bumblebee movie from a script written by Christina Hudson (Shut In).
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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Hot Toys had a big weekend with Justice League, after revealing their incredibly detailed 1/6 scale figures, they’ve also revealed a full set of Cosbaby figures. The figures stand approximately 10-11 cm. tall, and come with accessories such as Superman’s magnetic heat-vision eyes.
The figures are available as a set or individually, and consists of Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Flash, Aquaman, Cyborg, and Mera. No release date has been set, but they’ll be available in Q3 or Q4 2017. Hit the jump to check out the full line.
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Todd McFarlane has announced that he’s signed a deal with Blumhouse Productions (Get Out, Split, The Purge) to write and direct a new live-action Spawn film, based on the hit character he created. The film is set to be more akin to a horror movie, and less like its older, more action-oriented brother released almost 20 years ago.
There is no release date, but Spawn is also set to have an R-rating, falling in line with the characters past, and history as a more mature character for readers.
DC Collectibles is wasting no time at this year’s SDCC, revealing their entire upcoming lineup for the year, and it’s a pretty fantastic set of collectibles. We get more looks at the upcoming Gotham City Garage, as well as Artist Alley statues, Batman: The Animated Series figures, including an epic Batcomputer playset.
DC Collectibles will also launch a new 6.75” DC Essentials line that features Rebirth character designs and the greatest range of motion ever produced by the company. The first wave of DC Essentials figures, releasing in 2018, will include Batman, the Flash, Superman and Aquaman. Wonder Woman, Deathstroke, Green Lantern and Nightwing will debut in 2019.
Hit the jump for the full gallery of new collectibles.
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