Earlier this week we gave you a first look at McFarlane Toys’ upcoming Five Nights At Freddy’s building sets, but it wasn’t enough. Where’s Foxy? Where’s the office set? Where’s Golden Freddy? Right here. Step inside, kids.
Which company does a creator like Scott Cawthon turn to for toys based on a property with powerful mass appeal but tons of creepy evil? Five Nights at Freddy’s had McFarlane Toys written all over it, and so will the boxes of the upcoming construction sets.
With the fourth season of AMC's hit television series underway and the promise of the second round of comic-based interactive adventure coming from Telltale, it's the perfect time to peruse the painted plastic people (living and dead) of McFarlane Toys The Walking Dead series four TV figures.
While the rest of the world has to wait until the end of this month to get their hands on Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag, I've got Edward Kenway and friends right here on my desk, ready to pillage, loot, burn, and maybe make-out a little.
Okay, any Assassins' Creed cosplay is going to start with a white hood, but soon after that you're going to need a weapon. Comic book legend Todd McFarlane provides, with a replica of Edward Kenway's Hidden Blade Gauntlet so pretty you can barely tell it's plastic.
Toy Fair descends onto Manhattan's Jacob Javitz Convention this week, bringing with it loads of plastic you don't care about. But Toy Fair also shines a spotlight on the weirdest, coolest collectibles and playthings that you'll be lusting over for the next twelve months. In these images—taken by Kotaku video editor…
How many different Master Chief figures can McFarlane Toys make? Oh they're just getting started. The company recently announced series two of the Halo Anniversary Edition figures, featuring the white-striped version of John 117 from the animated Halo Legends short "The Package".
This is a Banshee prototype, one of a couple of impressive Halo prototype toys shown at Toy Fair 2011. Most of what was in the Halo section of the McFarlane toy company's booth has a release date, but the best stuff, like this Covenant vehicle, isn't quite ready for production.
Mega Man fan and Capcom community member Jin Saotome delivers a close approximation of what Mega Man characters sculpted by Halo action figure company McFarlane Toys would look like. As seen on Capcom Unity.
Halo Reach is Bungie's last hurrah in the Halo universe, and they aren't saying goodbye without a lovely Limited Edition and one final, ultra-expensive Legendary Edition.
Halo fans making the trek to San Diego for this year's Comic-Con might want to earmark an extra Jackson, as McFarlane Toys will be bringing an exclusive Grifball Spartan action figure to the show.
Microsoft Game Studios and McFarlane Toys plan on continuing their very lucrative partnership this spring with the announcement of action figures based off of the upcoming Halo Wars RTS take on the Halo universe. Closer to traditional army men figures than actual action figures, the toys will stand at 2.5 inches…