Star Ace Toys Ltd. came to NYCC 2017 with some brand new figures in a few different scales from some diverse licenses. In this video, we take a look at more figures from the Harry Potter/ Fantasic Beasts and Hunger Games series, as well as new figures of Marilyn Monroe, King Kong, and characters from the 300 and Pulp Fiction. Plus, the debut of CW’s Arrow and Flash in action figure form.
It’s time we take a break from exploring the galaxy and see what is happening by the ole’ wormhole.
On this episode of Trekback Tuesday, we meet the newly transplanted chief of engineering aboard the Deep Space Nine space station, Chief Miles O’ Brien. Fresh from serving aboard the USS Enterprise under Captain Picard, O’Brien was from the first wave of DS9 action figures by Playmates. Does this figure hold up to the standards of action figures today, or is it back to running the transporter room for him? Check out the video to see.
Hakuna matata! What a wonderful phrase! Hakuna matata! Copyright infringement for days!
It’s time for another unboxing video, and this time myself and Andrea from [InsertGeekHere] take a look at the Disney Crossy Road line of mystery figures by Moose Toys. We open a variety of packages that you can find in stores near you, and show you what all the buzz is about with these unique mini-figures based on characters from many Disney properties.
Eaglemoss is one of my favorite booths to see at New York Comic Con, and at NYCC 2017 they were no exception. Aside from showing the usual line of Star Trek ships, they also had a first look at ships from Star Trek: Discovery and Battlestar Galactica, plus figural statues from Batman: The Animated Series, Justice League, DC Comics, Valerian, Aliens and a few other surprises.
Super7 always brings the awesome with their booth! In addition to having some very sought-after NYCC 2017 exclusives, the California-based company also debuted several new lines of figures and mini-figures at the event plus showed off a better look at some items coming soon, including their WWE Legends line, Robotech, The Worst, Luchadors, Iron Maiden, Street Fighter, and more Masters of the Universe figures.
Pop Culture Shock collectibles, AKA PCS Collectibles, brought some showstoppers with them to NYCC 2017. Showing off some enormous and gorgeous statues of characters from Street Fighter, Mortal Kombat, and Power Rangers, get up close and personal here with Dhalsim, Sagat, Kintaro, Quan Chi, Ibuki, the Green Ranger, Cthulu, and Akuma!
Playmobil had a presence at New York Comic Con 2017, and used this event as their exclusive platform to debut their next line of Ghostbusters figures.
Featuring figures and vehicles from Ghostbusters 2 and The Real Ghostbusters, we don’t know much details about these little guys yet but they sure look great. The RGB figures will be sold with their vehicles, but there was sparse info about how the GB2 figures will be sold, whether they will be part of a playset or have any vehicles such as the Ecto-1A. Here is hoping we get a Statue of Liberty playset out of this!
This was literally our first stop at NYCC 2017, and we hope you enjoy (and salivate over this) as much as we did!
Here is a look at the entries for the Banpresto World Figure Colosseum, an event where sculptors make insanely awesome statues based on Dragon Ball and One Piece and compete to see who will reign supreme. The event happened during NYCC 2017, and there were many breathtaking entries, as you will see in the video above. Stay tuned for more coverage from NYCC!
Our weekly episode of Trekback Tuesday was almost interrupted by this inter-dimensional scoundrel, but we were able to seal him up in a clamshell… until we opened him to review.
On this episode, we review Q in Starfleet Uniform from the “Star Trek: The Next Generation” line by Playmates. Is the toy as good as the actual being, or should we send him off to be judged for his crimes against the universe? Watch the video to find out!