If you are looking for more stuff to adorn the shelves of your Nerd Room of Doom, Dynamite Entertainment has you covered, as it plans to release Red Sonja and Dejah Thoris statues this summer!
Kotobukiya has unveiled the newest addition to the Horror Bishoujo line – Edward Scissorhands.
With Guardians of the Galaxy currently filming in parts unknown, there’s no better time to start collecting knick-knacks from the franchise to add to your nerd room of doom. The Gamora resin statue from Diamond Select Toys hits that sweet spot between cool art and dynamic Marvel action hero.
Bluefin has announced it has become the exclusive North American distributor for Iron Studios and Blitzways, and plans to bring Batman v Superman statues to stores.
Life-size replicas are becoming quite the rage these days for those with deep pockets. While a life-size Batman or Hulk Buster statue would put all your friends to shame, the price tag is a bit much. NECA has a life-size Ghostbusters foam replica of Slimer that is more in line with your current funding levels that will still make people green with envy.
Sideshow Collectibles knows there are Batman v Superman fans out there. In fact, they are betting many of those fans are so rabid to show their support that the company has released two giant Batman and Superman statues for your living room.
PRESS RELEASE: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, created by CD Projekt RED, was the most popular and critically acclaimed video game of 2015. The hit game is based on the best-selling fantasy novel series by Andrzej Sapkowski.
There are so many things you can collect as part of the “thing” you are into – shirts, coffee mugs, posters, are just a few. When it comes to your favorite part of pop culture, we’re narrowing that list to two.
Bluefin, the leading North American distributor of toys, collectibles, and hobby merchandise from Japan, Hong Kong and more, expands its line of Star Wars products with the release this month of the Egg Attack Star Wars series EA-015 R2-D2 statue and EA-016 C-3PO statue from Beast Kingdom.
When the first Star Wars movie released back in the 70’s not only was the film industry changed forever, but so was the toy industry. With the Star Wars universe ready to start expanding once again statues like this new Captain Phasma from Kotobukiya are going to become the new normal for fans across the globe.