The ideal toy for any workspace.
The ideal toy for any workspace.
Come on, admit it: You still want that Talkboy!
This how you know you’ve made it.
Finally a use for all those hair ties leftover from your ’90s nostalgia binge buy! The folks over at Kotaku stumbled upon this fantastic Japanese trend.
“Combat at its kookiest!”
Perfect parenting. Dan Milano of Robot Chicken took his toddler daughter with him to recreate the famous “Stay Puft” scene.
They might not be officially licensed toys, but they’re probably a lot cheaper!
In the off-chance that you were lamenting over the lack of Breaking Bad action figures, cry no more! DeviantArt user Trevor Grove has filled the void of Walter White action figures — so now, you too can play Mini Meth Lab with your kids!
You’re right, that was way easier. Everyone’s favorite balding impromptu actor, Colin Mochrie, takes a light-hearted jab at the Star Wars franchise.
Break out that credit card and start justifying your reasoning on why you can skip rent this month. Or, if you can’t make it to comic-con this year, get some tissues and quietly weep.
In photographer David Eger’s “Cloned Photos” project, he has recreated historical photographs, movie posters, and imagery using Clone Troopers and other Star Wars figures. This project is a “spin-off” of Eger’s also awesome 365 Days of Clones series. (via lostateminor.com)
Toy Fair’s a totally weird place full of adults talking about toys, but it’s also really great because it’s… full of adults talking about toys all day! BuzzFeed was allowed to walk around the labyrinth that is New York City’s Javitts Center this weekend and scope out this year’s awesome new toys.
Should Anakin Skywalker be portrayed to children as a hero? One customer thought not and wrote a tongue-in-cheek complaint to a retailer only to receive an equally nerdy rebuttal.
Baby stormtroopers are pretty adorable. Kristina Alexanderson’s project gives emotion to expressionless minions of the Dark Side.
Those action figure Beasties who recently fought off nazi zombies in the video for Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win are now for sale. The fully poseable, G.I. Joe likenesses of MCA, Ad Rock and Mike D will run you $750 bucks, with all proceeds going to benefit two different charities that raise money for kids with cancer. (via creativity-online.com) View List ›
no complaints from this cat View Image ›
One thinks fans are icky, one thinks fans are awesome… View Image ›
After the Don’t Play No Game That I Can’t Win music video hit the web this week, the full 11 minute epic from director Spike Jonze has gone online and it’s a barrel of fun. Watch as the Boys and guest Santigold rock out in toy form. Watch Video ›
Wait, shouldn’t Beaker be R2-D2 since they speak the same language? (Different dialects obviously) These articulated pop culture mash-ups will be on sale only at Disney Parks this fall. So people better buy lots and put them on eBay for
me other fans.
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Handmade, bootleg action figures with a snotty satirical bent. Their catchphrase is “If you buy this, you’re an asshole.” I can’t wait to get my hands on Anus Head. He’ll look great next to my Gay Boba Fett. Fortunately, Suckadelic has an upcoming art show where Anus Head will have my hands gotten upon him. View List ›
For 80 bucks I’d expect it to come with some weapons or something. Before anyone geeks out on me, it’s being described as an “action figure” even though it doesn’t appear to be posable. (Valleywag via M.I.C Gadget.) View Image ›
This has to be the coolest action figure since Han in Carbonite. I can’t wait for the Monolith Lego. View Image ›
Action figures sure have come a long way. When I was a kid I had a batman action figure… nowadays you can have politicians, psychologists, waitresses and stripping ex-governors. View List ›
The joke’s on you, narrow minded cur! Watch Video ›
You can put him in over 38 positions! And if you get bored, don’t worry, action figure Obama comes with two pairs of hands and two heads for double the creepy, presidential fun. View Image ›
Time has come for the greatest battle of all time: the mighty Iron Man vs the legendary Bruce Lee. Pure stop motion HD awesomeness! Must be filmed by Chuck Norris. Watch Video ›
Via eBay, you can have your very own, 1-of-a-kind Kimbo Slice action figure. How does somebody make a 1-off action figure? Read More ›
The vice presidential candidate now comes in collectible form. Joining the Barack Obama doll and the John McCain Pez dispenser, you can choose from three styles of Sarah Palin: Pantsuit, school girl or superhero. Comes with action oil drill or realistic moose rifle (not really). Read More ›