Medicom’s Mafex line has been putting out higher end movie based DC figures since the Dark Knight Trilogy, one of the only ways to get that upper end action figure experience for the characters. Recently more companies are in the game, but Mafex is still dropping heat. Their Batman v Superman figures have begun hitting state side and we’ll take a look at Batman (standard) and Superman today. Armored Batman, Knightmare Batman and Wonder Woman are coming down the road. Head on in for over 55 pics of them showing off their goods courtesy of Entertainment Earth!
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Today we’re taking a look at an item from a property we don’t normally cover, Supernatural. The hit TV show has been on for years and has a massive following. I remember catching some eps as it aired right after Smallville for a while. Site sponsor Entertainment Earth has an exclusive 1:18 scale die-cast Chevy Impala seen in the show from Greenlight Collectibles. The EE version has Enochian writing across the side of the car and two figures of Sam and Dean (non removable) inside the vehicle. We’ve done up some shots of the glossy black beast after the break, read on to check them out courtesy of Entertainment Earth!
The Kylo Ren Force FX Lightsaber dropped last year around the launch of The Force Awakens. It donned the Black Series label along with the Voice Changing Helmet denoting it’s a step above the average cosplay offerings from Hasbro aimed at kids. I had not traveled down the Force FX route until now as my focus is usually on figures of some sort. I did finally get a hold of the Kylo saber recently to match the helmet which I thought was awesome. We’ll take a look after the break, but if you’re looking for a get up great for Halloween, or a set of gifts for Christmas, these two will excite your kid regardless of how old they may be :).
Read on for some pics of the Kylo Ren Force FX Deluxe Lightsaber courtesy of Entertainment Earth!
HULK SMASH! SMASH! SMASH! That’s what I think when looking at this Quarter Scale Hulk from NECA. I’ve been eyeing it up since we saw it in prototype form during SDCC 2015. It’s Quarter Scale, but still the Hulk, so he comes in at over 2 feet tall. He’s rocking his look from Avengers: Age of Ultron with real fabric pants and his slightly darker skin tone. He’s a beast ready to tower over the rest of your Marvel display. We’ve done up over 35 shots so check it out after the break courtesy of Entertainment Earth!
Back on Force Friday Entertainment Earth revealed a Star Wars Black Series Exclusive 4 Pack of Clone Troopers with an Order 66 theme. These feature the latest head sculpt (first used in the Amazon.com 4 pack) to show off the Clones helmet in Revenge of the Sith. They come in 4 different colors seen in the movie. It’s due out next month but we have an early in-hand look after the break. You can grab your copy of the set right now though over at Entertainment Earth!
I love them helmets. Ever since Hasbro released the Optimus Prime Voice Changer Helmet back in 2007 I’ve picked them up whenever possible. The full replica ones are cool, but pricey. The kiddie ones are cool for the kids, but – for kids. These new mid-range ones from Hasbro for Star Wars and Marvel are just right. Last year we got one for Kylo Ren. This year for Rogue One Hasbro decided to do up the original Star Wars Stormtrooper, and it’s awesome. Big, white, shiny, classic. Perfection. We’ve done up over 45 images of it (yes, we figured a way to make it worth a look) after the break, courtesy of Entertainment Earth!
This year’s #ForceFriday is officially here! We went Rogue last night ourselves and picked up most of the 3.75 offerings available day one for Rogue One. We stayed up all night shooting and are happy to share over 125 high resolution images of the first waves! Included are:
Star Wars Rogue One K-2SO Action Figure
Star Wars Rogue One Imperial Stormtrooper Action Figure
Star Wars Rogue One Sergeant Jyn Erso (Eadu) Action Figure
Star Wars Rogue One Imperial Ground Crew Action Figure
All of these and more can be pre-ordered right now over at Entertainment Earth, so skip the lines and have them all delivered to your door!
Read on to check all 125+ images.
The Joker is wild, and to celebrate Batman Day we’re taking a look at the Entertainment Earth exclusive Jakks Pacific Big Figs Jokers Wild Batman! This is a 19 inch basic articulation Batman Vs. Superman Batman figure, with one twist – he’s solid white with Joker spray paint all over! This was a first release back at SDCC 2016 and Enertainment Earth still has some available.
Normally we don’t cover or shoot the larger basic figures here at Toyark, but this piece is a bit different. I dig the artistic side to it, and it works if you look at it as a giant Batman statue that the Joker defaced. In that light, he works perfect with any 6 or 7 inch Joker figure. We’ve done up some shots of it, check it out after the break!
Head on over to twitter to enter for your chance to win your own copy from Entertainment Earth too!
In Captain America: Civil War, Tony Stark’s Iron Man takes his friendly rivalry with Captain America to the next level, opposing his teammate in an all-out war for the safety of the world! This 7-inch action figure of Iron Man is based on his newest Mark 46 armor, as seen in Civil War, and features 16 points of articulation, as well as an Avengers Base diorama section. Collect all three Civil War figures to build the full diorama!
Our team stopped by the Entertainment Earth display at San Diego Comic-Con 2016. They had a ton of their new Pin Mate Wooden Figures on display. They are going big with those, licensing numerous properties, with individual releases, box set and even play set for them. Licensing for those include Star Trek, Marvel, DC Comics and more. They also were displaying their assortment of retro 3.75″ figures such as Twilight Zone, KISS and The big Bang Theory. Overall, they hit numerous licenses across multiple product types. Here’s a list of those licenses:
- DC Comics
- DC Cinematic Universe
- DC TV
- Marvel Comics
- Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Star Trek – The Original Series
- Star Trek The Next Generation
- Twilight Zone
- Flash Gordon
- The Big Lebowski
- Penny Dreadful
- Shark Tank