This is some excellent timing since “X-Men: Days of Future Past” was just released on Blu-Ray/DVD this week, but the gang at Hot Toys revealed its Wolverine from the latest mutant extravaganza.
The figure is based off of future Wolverine with the body armor/orange accents to have some connection with his comic book costume. HT seems to be a bit reluctant to make more X-Men figures than Wolverine and I wonder if a Michael Fassbender Magneto wouldn’t have been a better choice to kick off the DOFP line. Regardless it’s a great looking figure. Continue Reading
If you’re a Robocop fan I can’t think of any way you don’t add this to your collection if money isn’t an object. Continue Reading
Hot Toys didn’t waste any time making Star Wars fans salivate with the debut of its version of “A New Hope” Han Solo as well as his pal and co-pilot Chewbacca, which is the 12″ version of Chewbacca I’ve been waiting on for years. And it’s pretty much perfect. Continue Reading
Yep. Now we’re in some serious trouble. I barely resisted “The Dark Knight” offerings and have held off on getting every awesome Marvel Universe figure put out, but here friends is where Hot Toys will get me with every release. They hinted at it during San Diego Comic Con, but now they’ve shown the first figures in their Star Wars roll-out and I am gonna be all over ‘em! Continue Reading
Well, Hot Toys figured it may as well make the Best Toy Company of 2014 contest a battle for second place with its latest release – the DeLorean from “Back To the Future.” Continue Reading
Oh, I just feel like this is gonna be the biggest can of worms ever, but I think Hot Toys is gonna suck me into getting all of its “Guardians of the Galaxy” line. Continue Reading
If there was a mic available at San Diego Comic Con, a Hot Toys would have picked it up, showed off the awesome slate of upcoming releases and dropped the mic to a standing ovation. Yep, they brought it that big on preview night alone and that didn’t include even one Star Wars figure, which they announced full access to “Episodes 1-7.” Let’s take a look at some of the goodness. Continue Reading