After years of licensing third parties to create expensive statues and replicas based on its hit video game properties, Blizzard’s taking high-end collectibles in house. Blizzard Collectibles kicks off with an array of existing pieces, joined by one hell of a rendition of Overwatch’s spidery sniper.
There’s nothing like a fresh katamari. First 4 Figures is kicking off a new line of Katamari Damacy statues the same way most Katamari Damacy games begin. Just a prince, his ball and endless growth potential.
Iron Bull is probably the single most memorable character from Dragon Age: Inquisition, or perhaps even the entire series. So it’s good news that for the low, low price of $470 to $500, you can turn your desk into a collectible statue-adorned Iron Bull Appreciation Station.
During the end credits of Age of Ultron, you may have noticed a giant statue of the Avengers fighting Ultron’s hordes (well, we hope you did, because it was the only thing shown then). But it turns this statue wasn’t just CG! It’s real, it’s beautiful, it’s at Comic-Con, and you can check it out right here.
First 4 Figures is creating a sister series to its Mega Man statue line called Capcom All-Stars, giving the game company a chance to highlight even more characters it's not doing enough with. First up: Viewtiful Joe.
The raw looks and the rough paint job make these figurines by artist futantshadow unique and cool. They're just like the ones in all three Souls games: blurred shapes in the dark, coming after you.
The holidays are all about giving — specifically, giving people presents. And what makes better presents than some of the year's best action figures, toys, and collectibles? Very little, as the millions of people who want a Dancing Baby Groot toy will attest. Here's a list of great gifts to give your friends, loved…
After several years of pumping out statues based on classic Sonic the Hedgehog heroes and maybe one metallic henchman, First 4 Figures finally gives them a big baddie to stand up to. Towering over those fine furry friends, Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robonik is here.
During E3 2014, video game collectible makers First 4 Figures announced they'd be making a line of statues featuring everyone's favorite killer robot boy. Now the first Megaman statue has been revealed, and it sure is shiny.
They've done Zelda, they've done Metroid and they've done Mario — what Nintendo properties are left for collectible maker First 4 Figures? How about a line of statues based on the many forms of the magnificent Kirby? This is going to get expensive.
First 4 Figures and Nintendo are launching a new series of Mario statues, and what better version of of the iconic Italian than the one that's already halfway there? Gotta love the old Tanooki suit.
Okay, technically this is $475 worth of evil, as this is the exclusive version of First 4 Figures' 1/4 Scale "Master Arts" Ganondorf Center Piece, which comes with an additional laughing head, but you get the point.
From Marvel to DC, Mass Effect to Halo, Star Wars to The Lord of the Rings; the Sideshow booth was the crossroads of fan service at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con.
Now that you've spent dozens of hours collecting the virtual Riddler Trophies in Batman: Arkham City, why not spend several hundred dollars collecting a real one?
In preparation for the worldwide launch of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim this November, Bethesda has assembled an army of army of bronzed Dragonborn statues, armed and ready to be drooled on by fans at retail locations around the world.
This new Lara Croft statue, from Sideshow Collectibles, will go on sale later this year for the princely sum of $350. Aside from a rather fetching-looking paperweight, what else do you get for that kind of money?
Team Fortress 2 maker Valve and expensive statue maker Gaming Heads are giving fans of video game collectibles more class in the form of the Soldier. He's the latest TF2 member to get a premium statue and he's quite handsome.
For $330 next year, you could show your love for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess and buy a Midna and Wolf Link statue from First 4 Figures. But why? For $350, you could get the better version.
Add StarCraft II's Kerrigan and World of Warcraft's Moonkin to the assembly of statues based on Blizzard's big games, coming from DC Comics. At New York Comic-Con, I shot video of those debuting statues and the rest of the line.