Welcome back to Important Toy News, the SYFY WIRE column that shows you a week's worth of amazing new playthings, collectibles, shelf candy, and reaffirms your suspicions that toy life is best life, and those who object are insane and a waste of space. Join me, your resident toy journalist, as we start our geeky toy-hunting journey by showing everyone this week's hotness is toy collecting.To get more news about custom couple figurine, you can visit koalaprint.com official website.
And you know what? This week, completely by chance, we sure have a lot of movie toys going on. So pull out the popcorn and let's project some film... or... something.
Let's kick it off '80s style with one of the strongest mullets you'll ever see on a toy. Presenting Threezero's John Rambo figure, based on Stallone's appearance in Rambo III. Standing 12 inches tall, Rambo has been given a custom-designed figure and every accessory in the flippin' room.
No but really, get ready for this list of bits and pieces: John Rambo figure, interchangeable hands (pair of fists, right gun holding hand, left gun holding hand, right knife holding hand, left arrow holding hand, right bow holding hand), black bandana, jade pendant, military jacket, tank top, military watch, military pants, belt, boots, military bag, compound bow with quiver 5 arrows, C4 Explosive, boot dagger, survival knife with sheath, AK with M203 grenade launcher, and an RPG-7 Launcher.
We over here at SYFY WIRE are Kaiju Crazy, and there's no better lumbering suit Tokusatsu creature who represents better than Godzilla! And now, Kidrobot is celebrating Godzilla's 65th anniversary with three new toys.
You can get the plush Godzilla 8-inch Phunny or one of two 8-inch vinyl figures. Fans can choose from Mecha Godzilla or the new MechaGOLDZilla! Either can be ordered today from Kidrobot's Godzilla Collection. And if you're looking for more Godzilla gear for the holidays, check out our monster gift guide!
Shipping August 2020 with an MSRP of $19.99, Hiya Toys presents new 1/18 scale action figures from the RoboCop movies. The first is a battle-damaged piece from the original 1987 film, the second is good ol' Robocop from the same original 1987 film, and the third is from the 1990 sequel, RoboCop 2.
I think my favorite is definitely the RoboCop 2 figure, which is funny because probably no one has ever called anything about that movie their favorite anything. But it features a unique paint job that mimics the look of his armor in the film (i.e., it's all sparkly metallic rainbow unicorn nail polish color). Each of these figures comes with a pistol and data probe.We haven't gotten much in the way of Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker merchandise yet (which is weird, because it's hard to imagine that every toy is a spoiler), but at least our buddies over at Hot Toys are showing off some newness by introducing the new 1/6th scale Rey and D-O collectible set from the final chapter of the Skywalker saga. It costs $242, will ship Q2 2021, and can be preordered today.
According to Hot Toys' official description, the "highly-accurate Rey collectible figure is expertly crafted based on her appearance in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. It features a newly developed head and hair sculpture, meticulously tailored outfit, a lightsaber, an interchangeable lightsaber blade emulating the weapon in motion, Rey's signature quarterstaff, a blaster, a training helmet and remote, and a desert theme figure stand! The new droid D-O features detailed mechanical designs, articulations, and finely applied weathering effects!"
Personally, I think this Rey figure looks great. I love the stern expression on her face and everything is beautiful. But I've got to say, in certain angles, Rey is looking a little Natalie Portman/Padme in the face. Is that our instant fan theory? Rey is a clone of Padme, brought to life to seek revenge on the Emperor for turning her husband to the Dark side and taking her away from her children? Women and broken hearts, am I right?