Three days after unveiling a sizable new figurine based on the popular League of Legends character, Riot Games decided to cancel the statue’s release in the face of strong criticism from fans. The problem? People were upset by the statue’s face, which barely resembles the character it’s meant to portray.
Photos with Star Wars figurines can't really get more dramatic (and funny) than in Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin's machroshots on DeviantART. He only needed a few droids, some stormtroopers and the touch of nature to fill his series with emotion.
Takayuki Takeya is one of Japan's most talented—and unusual figure sculptors. His work is sometimes dark and even disturbing, but it's always interesting and often very cool.
Last weekend, the Treasure Festa was held in Tokyo, bringing a, excuse the pun, treasure trove of plastic statues. The figurines included upcoming pieces as well as second-hand and limited edition ones.
At the age of 88, this grandfather got his hands on a Cattleya statue from Queen's Blade. But grandma wouldn't let grandpa see Cattleya topless—not at his age!
At the recent Treasure Festa figure event in Japan, collectibles were on show and for sale. Some were one-off, while others are upcoming production models. All were awesome.
The official - and tiny - Super Meat Boy figurines from Voxelous and Team Meat have been revealed. Just two inches high, they're $12 each (plus $3.49 shipping for one, $3.99 for two or more). The first set includes Meat Boy, Bandage Girl, Brownie and the pathetic Tofu Boy.
Ah, I love the smell of melted plastic in the morning. And I love these melted figurine sculptures.
Over the past week, the figure-centric Treasure Festa was held in Tokyo. It was, as they say, a symphony of sculpted plastic.
A fighting game character with wings made out of life and death? Sounds like good material for an expensive action figure!
This ToHeart2 figure looks like the work of the devil. Relax, because the company that released it apparently isn't around anymore to frighten you.
Over 500,000 people have visited the 1-to-1 scale Gundam near Bandai Namco's Gundam figurine factory in Shizuoka, Japan. And there is no official on site parking. Street parking is out, too. What to do?
Because it exists. And if you've got money, then you could buy it. I guess.
Wonder Festival, wonderful, geddit?
Don't like cute, hate to cuddle? Then this Amaterasu from Okami as a collectible polystone statue. Classy!
Shinning Wind figures seems to all have one thing in common: a dearth of clothing. These latest Shinning Wind figures are no exception.