Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's regular round up of the coolest merchandise we’ve seen on the internet. This week: RIP Optimus Prime! Plus, a very good Princess Leia, Wolverine goes ronin, Overwatch’s divine robot monk gets the figure he deserves, and much more. Check it out!
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly round up of the best toys we’ve seen that are currently trying to swipe our hard-earned wages (earned by writing about toys, of course). This week: Tyrion Lannister gets the booze-wielding figure he deserves, Funko gets overtly muscular with retro Thundercats figures, and more!
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the neatest toys around. This week, Hot Toys gives us a Deadpool with killer footwear, the incredible Batman Ninja gets an equally worthy action figure, and more Harry Potter Lego than you can shake a whomping willow at. Check it out!
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's weekly roundup of the best toys you might have missed, but deserve to know about. This week we should all take our red pills for the return of the One, featuring an amazing likeness of Keanu Reeves; a 10-inch version of Arya Stark that we’re almost certain is based on Maisie Williams;…
Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's roundup of the merchandise most likely to burn a hole in our wallets this week. Today we’ve got a Boba Fett-inspired Nerf blaster, some retro Batman action figures, a cool way to build your own Lego Transformers, and an alarmingly adorable Xenomorph plushie.
Turns out that what is hers, is your wallet. Truly, she is the breaker of chains.
Threezero’s line of Game of Thrones figures already dazzled us with its replicas of Ned Stark and Jon Snow, but now the line is looking to King’s Landing for its next figure: This pretty lovely looking version of the Lannister we all love to hate/love/generally get rather conflicted over: Jamie!
The Walking Dead has a whole host of walker-killing badasses—Carol, Michonne, Morgan, Daryl, and so on—but none moreso than Rick Grimes. There’s been action figures based on the show and the comics before, but Threezero have finally revealed a new figure in their 1/6 scale Walking Dead line: and it’s finally Rick’s…
The brilliant designs of the post-apocalyptic Fallout series have long been yearning to get turned into awesome toys. And while we’re getting some cutesy Funko Pops based on the series, a new line of figures from the folks over at Threezero is giving us a much more faithful—and pricier—batch of figures.
Legion, the Mass Effect series’ hive-mind A.I that enjoyed debating the morals of existence as much as it did shooting things in the face, was one of the series’ coolest characters. Now it’s getting a pretty spectacular action figure that any Shepard Commander worth their salt will ogle over.
If you’re to believe the words of a certain flame-haired Wildling, poor Mr. Snow doesn’t know anything. Even if that were true, at least his action figure knows one crucial thing: How to look pretty goddamn fabulous.
So last year's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles wasn't great — and many fans were displeased at the "realistic" designs of the Turtles themselves, noses and all. So Three Zero's latest toys being based on those designs may not be the best news, but even then, they still make for some cool looking toys.
Bioware's fantasy video game franchise Dragon Age is no stranger to the figure world — there's been a few in various sizes. But it's about time that someone got round to bringing the series to ultra-detailed, 1/6th scale glory it deserves. Step up Alistair, from ThreeZero!
The '80s were arguably one of the greatest decades in history to be a kid with an allowance burning a hole in your pocket, and a free afternoon to spend at a toy store. And decades later, toy companies have realized that all those kids buying the wonderful toys from the '80s are all grown up now with plenty of…
Before you start saying 'Wait, there was something good in Revolutions?', look! Giant, wonderful mech toys! Forget about literally everything else in the movie.
It's pretty clear those Wachowskis didn't have much of a storyline gameplan for Neo and company after the first Matrix film, but one good thing to come from those two forgettable sequels is threezero's wonderfully-detailed miniature version of the Armored Personnel Units—or APU for short—from The Matrix Revolutions.
ThreeZero are continuing their line of figures based on this year's Robocop reboot, and the Robocop 2.0 design will soon be joined by the shiny new ED-209 from the movie. Regardless of how you felt about Robocop, hooray for pretty robot toys!
It's Toy Soul 2014 in Hong Kong this weekend, and that means there's amazing new toys to be seen from some of Asia's best collectibles makers. Here's some of the amazing new toys from the likes of Sentinel, ThreeZero, Hot Toys and more at the event.
Ah, the heady days of 2013. Remember when everyone started freaking out that the new Robocop reboot's sleek black armour was a change too far? Even when the movie turned out surprisingly good, it was still a point of contention. But now Robocop's latest look is joining ThreeZero's line of gorgeous 1:6 scale figures.
Credits at the ready, Mass Effect fans - the first ever 1/6th scale figure from the franchise is here, and soon available for Pre-order. While we wait, let's look at some lovely pictures!