Select LAIKA Studios merchandise is now available to purchase online, while supplies last: shop.laika.com
Holy Dunny, Batman! Kidrobot and DC are ready to defend Gotham City with this all new Batman x Kidrobot Dunny Mini Series and collection of 5″ Dunny’s.
The mini series features the most iconic versions of Batman as well a span of villains ranging from the movies, TV shows and comics molded to fit the classic Dunny platform.
The four 5″ Dunny’s feature Suicide Squad Joker, Classic Joker, Dark Knight Batman and Classic Batman.
Grab your utility belt, collect all of them and complete your Bat Cave collection! Order them HERE.
I love the quirky figures from Fools Paradise but this one is exceptional featuring their take on Stan “The Man” Lee and Iron Man. The vinyl figures are titled, “I Won’t Be A Robot, Lee” and they will ship the third quarter of 2017.
The figures are limited to only 398 pieces worldwide and you can pre-order HERE beginning on June 6 for $299.
DC Collectibles has revealed new preview images of new lines coming in 2017, including 12’’ statues inspired by the upcoming Justice League film, new Batman: The Animated Series and DC Bombshells action figures and statues and more.
The Justice League statues measure 12″ tall, with the upcoming first wave to include Ben Affleck’s Batman, Henry Cavill’s Superman, Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman, Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Ezra Miller’s The Flash and Ray Fisher’s Cyborg.
“Our new Justice League statue line was produced with unmatched craftsmanship and precise attention to detail and I think fans of these characters are going to be thrilled with the result,” said Kevin Kiniry, DC Collectibles’ Vice President.
The newest edition to DC Collectibles’ Batman: The Animated Series line is a massive Batcave vignette which measures 15.5″x17″x21″. The unit has room to showcase the 6″ Batman: TAS figures sold seperately, but will come with a new, exclusive Alfred Pennyworth figure possesses new accessories. The Batcave’s Bat-Computer will have a light-up LED display, and interchangeable computer screen graphics.
“The Batcave Vignette is a great example of how we’re constantly looking for new ways to capture the most iconic and authentic moments from the DC Universe and reimagine them in three-dimensional form,” said Jim Fletcher, DC Collectible’s Executive Director of Creative.. “Now Batman: The Animated Series action figure collectors have an entirely new way to display and enhance their collections.”
New additions to the DC Bombshells line are DC Designer 6.75″ figures for Supergirl, Batgirl, Mera, Katana, Hawkgirl, and Bumblebee. Two new statues will be added as well – a Starfire, and a new, second Harley Quinn, both measuring 12″ tall.
The “DC Universe Rebirth” line is expanding with figures for Super Sons’ Robin and Superboy; Doomsday and Superman from “Death of Superman”; “Hush” era Nightwing; and Supergirl from “Rebirth.”
Other new products for 2017 include a Joker and Harley Quinn set of bookends, a working Bat-Signal prop replicate, a replica set of Wonder Woman’s lasso and tiara, and new statues for Vertigo’s Death, and several new Batman: Black & White statues: Batman (Amanda Conner), Batman (John Romita Jr.), Batman (Jonathan Matthews), and Harley Quinn (Amanda Conner).
Now you too can be master of Jerry Seinfeld’s domain.
Warner Bros. Consumer Products has teamed with Artuitive LLC to create a tiny replica of the New York apartment made famous on Seinfeld. Measuring just 16.5 inches wide by 11.5 inches deep by 6.5 inches high, this recreation of Jerry’s digs includes everything an eagle-eyed Seinfeld fan could want, from the bicycle hanging in the hallway to that clunky old Mac computer in the corner.
The limited-edition miniature set, which can be purchased at seinfeldsetreplica.com, goes for $399 — and the price goes up to $499 for any orders placed after March 1.
This week sees the debut of Watch Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest on Comic–Con HQ!
To celebrate, the first episode is available to fans worldwide via DC Comics. In the pilot episode, “Joker’s Favor,” Mark Hamill heads to DC Comics Headquarters, home to one of the greatest collections of comic book memorabilia and one of the most celebrated artists in the world, Jim Lee. Join them as they share their stories of pop culture collecting and trade favors to end up with their very own pieces of pop culture history.
With Mark Hamill (Star Wars) as your guide, explore the most exclusive pop culture collections in the world! Join Mark on his weekly quest to track down the rumored rocket-firing Boba Fett, the original Time Machine, the last surviving armature model used to animate the original 1933 King Kong, the 1992 Batmobile, and so much more! Mark travels inside pop culture’s vaults to uncover why we are so fascinated with collecting and what our passions say about us.
Tune in next week on Comic-Con HQ as Mark’s affinity for Godzilla and giant robots leads him to collector Scott Zillner, whose passion transcended his home – filled with thousands of monsters and robots – and led to the creation of Power Morphicon!
A Diamond Select Toys Release! Your personal Batcave is almost complete, but no Batcave is complete without a bright red telephone! This life-sized vinyl bank, based directly on the red phone seen in the Batmobile on the Batman Classic TV Series, may not connect you with Commissioner Gordon, but it will hold your loose change, thanks to a slot in the top and an access door in the base! Use it to save up for that Batmobile you’ve always wanted!
This item will be released in the Summer of 2017 and retail for $29.99.
On November 15, 2016 the force will be strong on devices across the nation as Mark Hamill’s Pop Culture Quest comes to Comic–Con HQ (www.Comic-ConHQ.com)!
Join Mark on his quest to track down the rumored rocket-firing Boba Fett, the original Time Machine, the last surviving armature model used to animate the original 1933 King Kong, the 1992 Batmobile, and so much more!
Mark travels inside pop culture’s vaults to uncover why we are so fascinated with collecting and what our collections say about us.