Hadouken! Today we are taking a look at another Ryu that recently dropped State side, Storm Collectibles Street Fighter V Ryu. This is a faithful interpretation of Ryu from the current Street Fighter. It’s a large 1:12(ish) scale line that keeps the exaggerated bulk seen in game. Question is – who’s Ryu is the best: S.H. Figuarts or Storm? Read on to check 60+ images and find out courtesy of Entertainment Earth!
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Today we are taking a look at a figure I’ve been looking forward to for a while, the Entertainment Earth Exclusive One:12 Collective Glow in the Dark Space Ghost! This is a modern interpretation of a classic character, bringing Space Ghost into modern times. It’s based on the original Space Ghost as a super hero from the 60s cartoon, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have him hang out with Moltar, Zorak and Brak to do some interviews Coast to Coast style! We’ve done up over 100 shots of Space Ghost showing what he can do, both in the light and glowing in the dark! Oh, and we might have gone a little nuts and built a studio for him to do some new interviews in too. :) Read on to check it and some additional thoughts courtesy of Entertainment Earth!
After the death of Apollo Creed at the hands of Ivan Drago, Rocky Balboa begins an intense training regimen to take on the powerful Russian boxer. Rocky heads to Russia, where he faces the opponent who would end his boxing career. Yesterday we shared our gallery for the new Rocky 40th Anniversary Series 2 Apollo Creed and Ivan Drago Figures. Today we’re back with the last two figures from series 2. Today we have a new set of photos from NECA’s Rocky IV wave, featuring Rocky Balboa and Ivan Drago (red trunks).
The figures were supplied by Toyark sponsor Entertainment Earth. For this shoot we have over 55 photos and a review of the figures. Read on to check them out.
After a long delay while awaiting approval from the studio, the second series of Rocky 40th Anniversary Figures are now available from NECA. This assortment contains four figures from Rocky IV. They include Rocky Balboa, Apollo Creed and two version of Ivan Drago. With the release containing perfect fight match ups for Apollo vs Drago, and Rocky vs Drago, I’m doing two photo shoots around those fights. In our first gallery for the assortment, we’re taking on Apollo Creed vs Ivan Drago (yellow trunks).
The figures were supplied by Toyark sponsor Entertainment Earth. For this shoot we have over 65 photos and a review of the figures. Read on to check them out.
Our friends at Entertainment Earth have begun their yearly onslaught of San Diego Comic Con exclusive reveals, and today we have a look at a pretty cool one. EE will be selling a Jakks Pacific World of Nintendo 2.5 inch figure set of Mario and Princess Peach with 8-Bit styling. On top of the awesome retro look of the figures, they’ll be coming in a sweet box that looks like an old school TV with a NES unit on top!
You can pre-order the item here, or try to snag one at SDCC in person at the Entertainment Earth booth #2343.
Read on to check out all the details and pics!
A little early – but today we are celebrating the official mass release of the Wonder Woman movie and tomorrow’s Wonder Woman Day with a look at the DC Collectibles New 52 Blueline Wonder Woman figure! This is the 3rd in the series which started back in 2014 with Batman at SDCC. Since then Superman has been released and now Wonder Woman herself joins the ranks. All three use the DC Collectibles New 52 molds but feature an all white canvas with ink lines only to depict the art that artist and DC veteran Jim Lee does before it’s turned into the final product. The packaging features new art by Jim Lee himself, and the inner box has the figure displayed on a Blueline card, the blank boards that comic artists draw pages on, hence the name. Overall it’s been a line I really dig, they stand out on a shelf full of figures and give a little extra pop to the display. Read on to check out 40+ shots courtesy of site sponsor Entertainment Earth!
The original Titanfall video game was a multi-player first person shooter for the Xbox One. In the game, you controlled a pilot that could take control of a massive mech called a Titan. When the sequel was released, EA chose to publish the game across multiple platforms and also added a fully developed single player campaign to the already popular multi-player modes. In the story, you control a you pilot named Jack Cooper. Through a series of events early on, you become linked to BT-7274, a Titan previously linked to your mentor. Jack and BT’s journey takes them to numerous locations as they battle the IMC and their mercenaries, all with their own Titan mechs.
I was personally a big fan of Titanfall 2‘s single player campaign. I loved the scenarios and the story was easy enough to follow and held my interest throughout. I loved the dynamic gameplay variations between controlling Jack Cooper and controlling BT7274. McFarlane Toys has released BT-7274 with Jack Cooper as part of their Deluxe 10″ Scale Figure line. Toyark sponsor Entertainment Earth sent along figure figure, and we have a full gallery and review.
The newest NECA 1/4 Scale Figure from the Tim Burton era Batman films is now available in stores and online! After the release of the original 1/4 scale Penguin figure from Batman Returns, fans had immediately began requesting a Catwoman figure to go alongside that excellent Penguin and their 1989 Batman. It didn’t take long, and NECA answered that call with this all new Catwoman figure. this new release is based on Michelle Pfeiffer’s iconic portrayal as Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman, in the 1992 film Batman Returns. The figure stands over 17″ tall, with over 30 points of articulation and movie themed accessories.
We have over 45 photos of the Batman Returns – Catwoman 1/4 Scale Figure. Toyark sponsor Entertainment Earth sent along the figure. Read on to check out the images as well as our review.
Play Arts Kai figures are large, 10 inch scale, highly detailed and articulated figures from Square Enix. They’ve been doing their take on collector level action figures for years now, branching out past their own properties. Most notably here in the states they’ve been doing the Variant series for Star Wars, Marvel and DC, which have really allowed them to show off their unique style and engineering. Early figures had some QC issues but that seems to have worked itself out over the last couple years.
Where Play Arts Kai really shines however is when the figure is based on their own properties. Final Fantasy figures, and in particular the FF7 ones, have all been stellar. Today we are taking a look at a long overdue entry – Final Fantasy 7 Advent Children Sephiroth. The companion piece to Advent Children Cloud (see our older review of that here), Sephiroth is a beast of a figure. He stands at 10.5 inches tall, has an articulated wing which is another 10 inches tall, and a sword that is 11.5 inches long. He features a full range of articulation down to the toe cuts, meticulously applied paint, and even multiple layers of flowing hair. It is the epitome of a high end figure, and captures the character perfectly. Let’s take a look at over 95 HD images after the break courtesy of site sponsor Entertainment Earth!
For the past few waves of Predator figures, NECA has been really packing the releases with a wide assortment of accessories. When the Alien vs Predator wave hit with Predator Series 15, fans were treated to all new body sculpts that greatly enhanced the sculpts and articulation. Almost immediately, fans began clamoring for some of the earlier Predator releases to get the new articulation seen with Series 15. Thankfully, those requests were met with the exciting announcements of Ultimate Figures based on the classic Jungle Hunter Predator and the City Hunter Predator.
These new releases would be updated to feature all new articulation, including double jointed knees and elbows. Today we’re taking a look at the first of the two, the Predator 2 – City Hunter Predator. Toyark sponsor Entertainment Earth sent the figure over for us to check out.