Blizzard got Hollywood creature and effects legend Steve Wang (Predator, Hellboy) to help out with Overwatch’s launch. His work: three giant action figures, complete with giant boxes.
When there are no Pokémon centers nearby, the battle-weary Pokémon plops on the ground to take a breather between random encounters. At least, in the universe where these crochet Pokémon are from.
Snow Corporation is a British artist who, inspired by stuff like Sideshow’s efforts, builds and modifies custom action figures. Star Wars, Warhammer, Marvel, commissions, he’s done it all, and they are all incredible.
LEGO Library of the Undead. Awesome dungeon-style build by Deus Otlosus, that looks like an intense encounter straight from a classic RPG.
Reader Khris likes Pokémon. He also likes Gundam. Here are three model kits that combine both of those things to excellent effect.
Virtual Toys, aka VTS, does not have the license to be making toys based on Mad Max, but their “Wasteland Ranger” figure sure looks like Tom Hardy. They’ve also made bootleg toys based on everything from The Division (“Darkzone Agent”) to Dredd (“Epoch Cop”).
LEGO retro-tech master Chris McVeigh uses muted brick colors to travel back in time to the late ‘80s, early ‘90s, when the computers were beige and the floppy disks plentiful.
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.
A wretched hive of scum and villainy. LEGO and Star Wars enthusiast I Scream Clone and his friends built a quite busy and enormous blocky version of Mos Eisley, including pretty much everything that can show up in a desolate place like this.
The comparison with the official 2014 Star Destroyer in the foreground shows how awesome and big this custom ship really is. Doomhandle’s ISD Tyrant is so massive, he was able to fit a hangar bay, multiple ships, and three levels of various rooms inside.
The original 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System arrived in North American well before wireless standards like Bluetooth or wi-fi were established—it wasn’t until the Gamecube that Nintendo even offered wireless controllers. But thanks to this simple adapter, your original NES can now use them too.
After licensing the classic board game to a company called USAopoly, there’s now a version of Monopoly for almost every fan base you can imagine. But the latest version of the game, which celebrates Japanese arts and crafts traditions, might be one of the most beautiful yet.
One of the most memorable scenes of Half-Life was right at the beginning, when Gordon Freeman woke up in a severely damaged test chamber, realizing that getting out of the facility will be a bit problematic.
Not the most obvious choice for some collectible statues, these, but then sometimes the best ideas are the ones that take 25 years to come about.
Not nearly as healthy as Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games but slightly more edible, Nintendo has teamed up with exactly the right American fast food restaurant to distribute Mario & Luigi Paper Jam toys.