Welcome to Toy Aisle, io9’s regular roundup of the best plastic nonsense you can buy on the internet. Except it’s not all plastic this week: we have a suitably ridiculous crystal baby, a de-throws in a cyborg, and then … okay, a lot of the usual old plastic stuff actually. Check it out!
Swarovski Star Wars The Mandalorian Baby Yoda
Test the very loyalty of the most devoted Baby Yoda Collector, Swarovski revealed what must be the fanciest merchandise to date The Mandalorian. Standing less than two inches tall, this green and gold crystal version of tThe child is made up of 251 angled facets that somehow manage to capture the character’s adorable face perfectly. You can pre-order it now for a whopping $ 159, but the figure shouldn’t ship until October at the earliest.
Lego DC Comics Wonder Woman
According to Lego website, this 255-piece set was “originally intended to be available during an event that is no longer taking place,Which perhaps means it was intended for San Diego Comic-Con before the convention was canceled. As a result, it is now exclusively available in the United States.S. version of the Lego website for $ 40. The set transforms a classic Wonder Woman comic book cover into a 3D diorama with three figures including Diana and the Cheetah. You can pre-order it now, but the set shouldn’t ship until October.
McFarlane Toys Collection Gold Label Batman
This just feels like yesterday McFarlane got the license to make DC Comics action figures, but now the company is jump out of her already-pretty-Batman-heavy Multiverse line by launching an exclusive new line. With Batman, of course!
This new Batman, designed by the Spawnmeister himself, Todd McFarlane, is bold enough, from the stark, weathered face to the spiky gauntlets and plethora of knives strapped to his utility belt. There are even spikes on the cape! But it’s a good idea for an exclusive line of action figures which, unlike DC Multiverse, will attempt to adhere to a singular style as it brings together characters from all of McFarlane’s licenses. The figurine – which will, like the future members of the Gold Label Collection, be released in limited quantities with special aluminum packaging –retail business for $ 20, and will be exclusive to Walmart in the United States. Pre-orders will launch there in October, before a January release (and they’ll be available at “select retailers” internationally, to boot).
Good Smile Company Moderoid ED-201 and RoboCop figures from the Hagane Works series
It took a few decades, but there are finally some great options for collectors who want RoboCop toys to be proudly displayed on their shelves, including two new options from the company Good Smile. 6.7 inch RoboCop figure features select die-cast metal silver armor pieces as well as interchangeable faces (or at least the jaw part), extra hands, fighting.damaged parts, a Cobra assault cannon, and a working thigh holster that can actually hold and hide Robo’s handgun. It can be paired with GSC’s new 7.9-inch ED-209 from its Moderoid line, which means it’s a model kit that needs to be assembled and finished with decals. Both are available for pre-order now with the $ 106 RoboCop figure arriving in January 2021 and the $ 76 ED-209 being shipped a month later in February.
Star wars Black Series Exclusive Cad Bane and Todo 360
Star wars The celebration and other international conventions could have supposed to be happening right now, but they are not. We can still pretend they are thanks to Hasbro’s “surprise” dropping what probably would have been one of his. exclusive figure for the congress circuit.
Originally from the Clone wars animated series, it’s a bit of an out-There’s a choice, but still cool: Cad Bane bounty hunting duros, a repeated threat to Anakin, Ahsoka, and Obi-Wan throughout the series, and his fellow shredder droid Todo 360. Bane himself is spartan accessorized, coming with just his dueling blaster pistols. But at least lil ‘Todo is in fact Speak clearly ! He could also good be a prop, until Bane inevitably turns on him like he’s used to.
The set is now available in the EU and will hit shelves in the US.S. (presumably via Hasbro Pulse) from October 1st. [InDemand toys]
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