Gotham (the TV show) made it’s first appearance in collectible form at SDCC 2015 via two offerings from Diamond Select Toys. DST released 2 items, a Minimates set and a Select offering. The Minimates set featured Jim Gordon and child Bruce Wayne, representing their first meeting in the show the night Bruce’s parents were killed. The Gotham Select figure was a SDCC exclusive version of the Penguin, showing off what is to come in the 7 inch line later this year. We’ve done up a session with them both so check out over 30 shots and our thoughts after the break!
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Two really cool new items from HEROCROSS were on display at ACGHK 2015. Tag Hobby loaded up some images. Newer items include the following Hybrid Metal Figuration figures:
- Robocop (1987) – ED-209
- Aliens vs Predator – Wolf Predator
Also included in their display was plenty of previously seen items such as Star Wars, Aliens vs Predator, DC Comics, Robocop, etc. Read on to check out the images.
Here are a bunch of new photos from Summer Wonder Festival 2015. These include the following:
- Re-Edit Iron Man, Iron Patriot, War Machine and More
- Meat Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain – Unnamed Metal Gear
- Avengers: Age of Ultron – RevolMini Ultron
- Star Wars – Revoltech Vehicles
Max Factory – Figma
- Metal Gear Solid V – Soldier
- Avengers: Age of Ultron – Hulk
- 300 – King Leonidas
- Metroid: Other M – Zero Suit Samus Aran (Preview Art)
- The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds – Link (Preview Art)
Good Smile company – Nendoroid
- Dark Knight Joker
- Metal Gear Solid V – Sneaking Suit Snake
- Avengers: Age of Ultron – Iron Man Mark 43
- Mega Man
- Legend of Zelda – Link
- Kirby (Link disguise)
The photos come courtesy of the Amiami Blog. Read o nto check them out.
When Richard Donner and Warner Bros. set out to make Superman in the late 70’s, they needed just the right person to play the iconic character. They found that person in the young, charismatic and talented Christopher Reeve. For someone who grew up in the early 80’s, Christopher Reeve was, and still is, Superman to me. He displayed a cool, confident demeanor and helped to define the look of the character going forward. His legendary portrayal of Clark Kent and Superman is still cherished by fans worldwide. At the time, there was no movie quite like Superman. It would take another 21 years before we received another character’s comic adaptation that rivaled the 1978 Superman film (Batman in 1989).
Fans have been lucky enough to receive some truly fantastic versions of this Superman in the past few years. Joining the excellent collectibles from the likes of Mattel, Sideshow and Hot Toys is NECA‘s new 1/4 scale version. NECA worked closely with the Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation and Warner Bros. on this release. The result is a truly stunning 18″ scale figure. Today we have a full gallery and review. Toyark sponsor Entertainment Earth provided the figure.
Prime 1 Studio brought a ton of items to display at Summer Wonder Festival 2015. This includes plenty of new Transformers items, which you can check out at TFW2005. The images, courtesy of Dengeki Hobby, include the following items:
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2014
- Batman: Arkham Knight – Batmobile
- Arkham Knight
- The Dark Knight – The Joker
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Here are a bunch of photos from the floor of ACGHK 2015. Nonsolohobby.org posted up a huge gallery. Unfortunately, they didn’t capture the placards for the items, so it’s tough to tell which companies some of these products are from. However, there are some really fantastic items here for Robocop, Marvel, Star Wars, DC, Terminator, Aliens and much more.
Read on to check out over 80 photos. The images come courtesy of Nonsolohobby.org, who has over 265 photos in their gallery.
Hot Toys has loaded up their own photo from ACGHK 2015. We finally have a new look at their Guardians of the Galaxy Drax The Destroyer 1/6 Scale Figure. We haven’t see this guy on display in a while, so it’s good to know he’s still being released. They also have a Predator 2 – Elder Predator 2.0 Figure on display. There’s also a few clearer looks at a few items we’ve seen already.
Check out the above figures and much more by reading on.
DC Collectibles put out a pretty awesome exclusive this year at SDCC – a “blueline” version of their New 52 Batman figure. The figure is pure white head to toe, with paint apps meant to mimic inking as would be done on a penciled page of a comic book before it is colored. This was overseen by none other than all star artist Jim Lee. The “blueline” aspect comes into play because the packaging features design cues from the blank pages comic artists use to do their pages, what they submit to the comic publisher to be inked and then scanned for coloring (now a days). The standard one came with a printed sketch by Jim Lee, and there were 150 units with hand done sketches, 50 Batman, 50 Joker, 50 Harley. Those are running crazy prices right now in the aftermarket, but I’m cool with the standard one, I can open this without ruining a down payment on a car.
The figure is a fantastic art piece that I was looking forward to since they announced it. Even though doesn’t fit in on a “DC Universe line up” shelf, it’s a cool unique accent piece, and I’m happy I was able to pick one up. Check out over 35 shots of the SDCC Blueline Batman after the break!
Here is a bunch of photos showing the Hot Toys Display from ACGHK 2015. It includes a look at some life size Star Wars: The Force Awakens Stormtroopers on display. There are also more photos of the massive Star Wars 1/6 Scale Millennium Falcon, Ant Man figures, Terminator, and More.
Amazon Japan has posted an Exclusive Wild West Batman Limited Color Play Arts Variant Figure. This new variant version looks to include all the same accessories at the standard version. It includes a figure stand, a Tomahawk, grapple gun, Batarang, a knife, and multiple sets of swappable hands. It’s scheduled for release on August 31 and is priced at 12,960 Yen (about $104 USD).
Read on to check out the new photos.