After everyone else in your office has stopped the impromptu NERF gun fighting and gone back to filing expense reports and making sales calls, you alone will be able to continue running around shooting everyone, because you bough 150 extra darts for $7. I recommend wrapping your necktie around your forehead and…
This is not the first Figma representation of Metroid’s Samus. It is merely the latest, this time based on her appearance in Metroid Prime 3.
In honor of today’s release of the eighth installment of The Fast and the Furious, Toy Time launches Ludacris, Vin Diesel and Dwayne Johnson from the hoods of Mattel’s Stunt Stars vehicles.
Three years ago, Kevin Bates created a Tetris-playing business card to showcase his engineering skills to potential employers. But his creation quickly went viral on the internet, and everyone reminiscing about their beloved childhood Game Boy clamored for their own. After testing the waters with the equally tiny…
Disney and Lucasfilm just announced Star Wars: Forces of Destiny, a series of animated shorts showcasing heroic women from a galaxy far, far away. Hasbro compliments the shorts with a lovely line of 11-inch “Adventure Figures.” It’s okay to say dolls. They’re very nice dolls.
Good Smile Company’s Tracer Nendoroid now has some company: this Mei figure, who is cute as a forzen lil’ button.
Your coworkers and family members will cower in fear during your next Nerf gun fight when you pick up the Rival Atlas XVI-1200 Blaster for $20, an all-time low by about $8. Rather than darts, this blaster shoots two “high impact” yellow balls at once at up to 80 feet per second. Good luck dodging that.
How much do you like Yennefer of Vengerberg?
Because you may not have been inside one of these stores in a long time/ever, let me show you that Build-a-Bear have some of the most amazing keyboards on planet Earth.
There’s finally a plushie version of Max, the adorable, deadly, foul-mouthed rabbit half of indie comics darlings cum point-and-click adventure game heroes Sam & Max. He’s $29.99 from Hashtag Collectibles, and damned if he doesn’t look perfect.
My photoshoot of Hasbro’s Marvel Legends 12-inch Deadpool figure might have gotten away from me, but the point stands—Hasbro has really gotten a handle on 12-inch figures.
Remember that awesome speeder Rey used to haul her shit across Jakku in Star Wars: The Force Awakens? There’s a LEGO version of it, complete with a Rey minifig, and it’s only $12 right now. You’ll treasure it sitting on your desk like she treasured that beat up Rebellion flight helmet.
One of the biggest problems facing today’s Lego builders is there are only so many surfaces that can accept bricks. Team Nimuno proposes flexible solution to this dilemma—rolls of colorful, cut-table, Lego compatible tape.
In 2015, I said a $300 Bloodborne statue was “expensive”. Which would make this $600 Bloodborne statue more expensive.
There’s a point where R2-D2 toys stop being “figures” and start being “actual droids with limited functionality”. That point is probably somewhere around 48" tall and $7500.
The New York Toy Fair is a showcase for the latest and greatest playthings hitting store shelves in the coming year, but it’s also a good indicator of where the toy market is heading. In 2017, that’s directly to the inexpensive collectibles aisle.
Your coworkers and family members will cower in fear during your next Nerf gun fight when you pick up the Rival Atlas XVI-1200 Blaster for an all-time low $28. Rather than darts, this blaster shoots two “high impact” yellow balls at once at up to 80 feet per second. Good luck dodging that.
February 27 is Pokémon Day, commemorating the 1996 release date of the first two Pokémon games in Japan. The Pokémon Company is marking the occasion with the release of the first four entries in its premium Gallery Figures line, showing off fan-favorite pocket monsters performing their signature moves.
your kids’ your toy box with new LEGO sets for less, thanks to Amazon’s discount. Use the code BIGTHANKS at checkout and take almost $9 off some pretty awesome sets like LEGO Batman, Star Wars, and Architecture. If you’re not feeling any of those, any set above $50 will quality for the discount.
The thrill of realizing you can play the classic arcade games you grew up with on your smartphone is immediately gone once you actually try to guide Pac-Man around a maze using touchscreen controls. It’s so frustrating that you might consider carrying around one of these incredibly tiny arcade machines in your…