Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9 regular inspection of all good, plastic and—this week, at least—very, very big. Yes, that’s right, we have the first details of Hasbro’s next crowdfunder project Marvel Legends, plus Bob Fett on his new throne, Lego Camper Vans, the intriguing new Disney line of McFarlane and more. Check it out!
Hasbro Marvel Legends Series HasLab Galactus Figure
The latest entry into Hasbro’s mass funding fund “HasLthe ab ”series is even larger than their own formerly a ridiculously large X-Men guard to give us Galactus, in all his gigantic beauty. Measurement really absurd 32 inches tall, the figure, if it reaches the target of 14,000 pre-orders to actually be made, comes bundled with additional details, including three replaceable front panels, lighthead and chest functions and 70 articulation points – one part of which is in Galactus’ hands, to provide him with accessible gestures sir exactly. All that huge piece of electronics and plastic will cost you – HasLab wants $ 400 for your pre-order, and fans of all things giant and plane-eating should achieve the aforementioned 14,000 goals by August 30 to leave all that money in your bank account in one big piece.
Lego Volkswagen T2 camper
You don’t experience it already seen; 10 years ago Lego announced the Volkswagen camper model, but with 2,207 units, its new Volkswagen T2 Camper Van has over 800 units more than the original. This not only means that its designer has managed to better capture the curves of the van, but also includes features such as a pop-up tent roof, functional sliding side doors, a steering wheel and an engine replica hidden under the work hood. It will be available for pre-order from August 1st for $ 180.
Mattel Fisher-Price is run by DMC Little People
Mattel is getting harder and harder to obsessively collect his special edition of Little People sets, which no longer seem to be just for young children. The following are versions of the characters from Little People Office,, Lord of the Rings,, Lords of the universe, and even rock band KISS, Mattel recently unveiled replicas of Little People by Joseph “Run” Simmons, Darryl “DMC” McDaniels, and Jason “Jam Master Jay” Mizell – better known as Run DMC. You can find the trio on Amazon now for $15.
Hot Toys The Mandalorian Boba Fett With Throne
The ultimate version of “But she’s got a new hat!” is here, because Hot Toys is taking their previously revealed Mando-era Boba Fett, cleaning up his armor (as the infamous bounty hunter did in the show), and repackaging it as a new figure set. Hooray! Well, the actual hooray is that this re-painted Boba comes with the massive throne briefly occupied by Bib Fortuna in the finale of The Mandalorian season two, before Boba and Fennec promptly relieved him of it. Aside from the whopping chunk of display base, Boba still comes with a bunch of accessories to do things other than manspread on his new chair: a blaster rifle and pistol, flamethrower and grapple-whip pieces, two bonus holograms of the Razor Crest and Boba’s ship, and, of course, a headsculpt depicting Temuera Morrison’s likeness underneath the helmet. The Boba and chair set will set you back $390, while just the figure without it (and the bonus hologram pieces) will cost around $245. Both are currently expected to release in late 2022. [ Toyark]
McFarlane Toys Disney Mirrorverse Buzz Lightyear of seven inches
Disney Mirrorverse, a mobile role-playing game that pairs Disney and Pixar characters from an alternate universe that combines combat and RPG elements, has yet to be released, but we’ve already looked at at least one of the characters courtesy of a a new seven-inch figure from McFarlane Toys. Buzz Lightyear looks less like a space guard and more like a space assassin with upgraded armor that seems to fit into Hello space. Prices are expected to be around $ 20, although official availability is currently unknown.
Dr. Mattel Jurassic Park Amber Collection Dr. Alan Grant and Jurassic Park III Velociraptor
Although it is responsible for the sole management of two children Jurassic Park and then return the sequel later for help another group of people safely moved away from Isla Sorna, everyone from Dennis Nedry to Richard Hammond appeared in Mattel’s Jurassic Park Amber collection before dr. Alana Granta Sama Neilla. But the cantaerous paleontologist did it finally arrives its own with a well-articulated figure that includes a replaceable arm holding a claw for a predator and an alternative. He will be joined by one of the enthusiastic velociraptors from Jurassic Park III, and while Grant will most likely sell for $ 25, the Raptor will likely be closer to $ 35.
Hasbro Generations of transformers Jetfire broken glass collection
Everyone wants multiverse action, because as in Transformers Shattered Glass alternative stories, villains become heroes, and even more fun good guys become villains. Long a favorite of those who grew up immersed in the original animated series and toy lines (and who had limited access to the anime), the Broken glass version of Jetfire stands 11 inch high and includes 12 armor and weapon accessories, six explosion effects for engines and a wonderfully evil black-and-purple bulletproof vest. The jetfire from the robot switches to “Cybertronian jet mode” in 36 steps, and that’s it available for pre-order from Hasbro Pulse for $ 92 with expected delivery sometime in the first quarter of 2022.
Playmobil special edition Volkswagen Beetle and T1 Camping Bus
Someone must have set fire to the return car this week because, in addition to Lego’s new Volkswagen return model, Playmobil also revealed updated versions of its VW Beetle and T1 Camping Bus kits. Both are now available in “Special Edition “ versions with glossy chrome accents on the wheels and trim of both vehicles, as well as unique serial numbers imprinted on the underside of each. Both the Special Edition Beetle and Camping Bus should be available now, but are more expensive than the chrome-free options, priced at $ 60 and $ 70, respectively.
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