Hot Toys makes some truly amazing figures and vehicles in its sixth-scale line, and last year they blew everyone away with their sixth-scale Millennium Falcon cockpit. What did they bring to the show this year? Take the jump for a look at some of the fantastic toys on display at their booth.
Better clear out your child’s bedroom, and shuffle the tike down to the basement, because Hot Toys has unveiled the 1/6th scale Hulkbuster figure that is large enough to fit a 1/6th scale Iron Man Mark XLIII inside.
Probably the most talked about, and most controversial sequence from Batman v Superman has to be the dream sequence featuring Batman with a gun taking down armed forces left and right. The Knightmare Batman figure is now a reality thanks to Hot Toys.
The Suicide Squad movie opens in August, and there is a lot of buzz surrounding the movie, the characters, and especially Jared Leto’s take on the Joker. Hot Toys isn’t waiting for the movie release to show off it’s love for the Joker in a new sixth scale figure.
As soon as I see an action figure is from Hot Toys, I really don’t need to know anything else about the figure, because I know it will look fantastic… or in the case of the Batman v Superman Wonder Woman figure, it looks… wonderful.
The Deadpool movie arrives in theaters this week, and already a number of toys and pieces of ephemera are available for fans of the character. Hot Toys’s Deadpool figure looks freakin’ fantastic, and it gave Ryan Reynolds a chance to joke at his own expense.
Batman v Superman is just around the corner, which means new awesome figures are going to vie for your attention. One that already stands out among all others is the Hot Toys 1/6th scale armored Batman figure.
Hot Toys continues to impress, inspire, and make us all go broke with their figures. The Hong-Kong based production house, has released new images for its upcoming Deadpool figure, and for those wanting a little tiny Deadpool in their lives, this looks to be the 1/6th scale figure to have.
Look, I’m cool enough to admit that I have a life-size Batman statue in my Nerd Room of Doom. It’s pretty awesome, and everyone who sees it, becomes instantly jealous. That being said, Hot Toys is about to do something this weekend that will make my Batman statue look like a cheap knock-off action figure.
Hot Toys and Sideshow Collectibles are back for more Star Wars: The Force Awakens figures. This time around, it is the character so many are talking about – chrome plated Captain Phasma.
On October 26, 1985, Marty McFly traveled back to the year 1955. On October 26, 2015, Stephen Schleicher unboxes the Hot Toys 1/6th Scale Marty McFly Figure and marvels at the detail.
While we are still gobsmacked over the 1/6th scale Millennium Falcon from Hot Toys, this video shows us why their products look totally awesome.