The latest WWE Slam Crate is here and things are full of attitude in a few ways with nods to stars of the past and today all inside one box built for collectors.
While you can see past Crate breaks here, this newest crate most notably gives us the fourth new approach to wrestling toy collecting with a new WWE Slam Stars figure — and it’s arguably one of the biggest names in entertainment today.
What was inside this one? Keep reading …
Fans of Buffy The Vampire Slayer will have a new wave of collecting options soon.
Funko revealed its newest Pop! vinyl toys on tuesday and they’re all memorable characters from the hit TV show that arrived and ran for seven seasons beginning back in 1997.
Here we are now, entertain us … this new toy just might do that.
Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain is among a trio of new Funko Pop! Rocks toys revealed on Monday and he’ll be found in a few ways once the new wave of toys arrives next year.
Joining him won’t be the other two members of the iconic 1990s band, but instead a pair of big stars from the past.
Collect your cares away, worries for another day, let the music play … because Funko‘s down with Fraggle Rock.
If you smell what The Pop is cooking, it may raise an eyebrow.
That’s because The Rock is headed to the toy aisle in the newest wave of Funko Pop! vinyl toys for the first time as part of the new wave of WWE toys coming soon.
Who else is joining the star and how how many Rock chase figures are there? Keep reading …
One of the most-iconic names in film history — a character brought to life via several actors in decades of films — is hitting toy stores in a new way soon.
It’s James Bond.
Funko revealed on Monday its plans for the first wave of Pop! Movies toys for two Bonds and a number of memorable characters from the film legacy of the British Secret Service star known as 007.
Some of the biggest young names in the NHL are coming to the toy aisles soon — but some of the biggest ones will only be found in Canada.
Funko released the rundown of its second series of NHL Funko Pop! toys on Friday and it includes Auston Matthews, Johnny Gaudreau and plenty more among a lineup of 16 new toys — and that’s not all.
She’s not bad, she’s just sculpted that way.
Jessica Rabbit from Disney‘s iconic Who Framed Roger Rabbit is on the way to the toy aisle as part of Funko‘s Rock Candy line this fall.
She’s also not the only Disney baddie on the way as there are a total of five new figures to come.
If you’ve been to a toy store lately, you might have seen one of a couple of new items that are throwbacks on the play front with some fun nods to pop culture that just might make them worthy for your collection.
They’re called POPTATERS made by PPW Toys and the newest releases are for a pair of famous science fiction franchises meeting the Mr. Potato Head galaxy for the first time.
The latest WWE Slam Crate is here and things are getting extreme in a few ways with nods to stars of the past and today.
While you can see past Crate breaks here, this newest crate most notably gives us a continued approach to WWE toy collecting with a new WWE Slam Stars figure from “The Attiude Era.”
What was inside this one? Keep reading …
Simplicity, portability, affordability and the chase.
This collector found himself in the toy aisle of a chain store this week and noticed something relatively new that hadn’t caught my attention before. At a glance I was interested and instantly found myself scouring the pegs for something that ended up not being there.
It was a section of Jada Toys‘ new Nano Metalfigs that are available for a few different realms — DC Comics, Marvel Comics, Disney/Pixar, Street Fighter, Harry Potter — and they’re tiny metal sculptures that come in packages just like the big kids’ toys but they don’t come with a big price.
They’ve probably been around for some collectible genres I don’t watch all that closely, but the first wave of the new WWE figures caught my eye simply because they were so small … and so cheap.
One of cinema’s most-visceral films ever made is hitting the toy aisle.
Funko revealed on Thursday that it’s preparing toys for Mad Max: Fury Road in several lines to come this winter.
There are Funko Pop!, Rock Candy and Mystery Minis to come for the film with a number of characters from the ensemble cast taking shape in toy form.
We’re still a few months away from the arrival of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, but we’re mere hours away from Force Friday, the day where the film’s merchandise is first unleashed upon the universe.
Although it’s just one of the many licensees, Funko will have plenty of potential pieces for collectors beginning at midnight tonight in many locations as it has revealed more than 50 pieces across several brands that will document the film in toy form and beyond.
They’re probably not the first, but they’re the newest.
A set of six bobbleheads for The Walking Dead are on the way from Royal Bobbles and are set to arrive in late September
The new NBA Funko Pop! lineup has been revealed and it includes The Brow and plenty more.
A total of 14 new toys were revealed by the Everett, Wash.-based company on Monday with some of the biggest names in the game beyond just Anthony Davis.
Ty Webb has another round to play — and that’s coming to toy and other hobby shops beginning on Wednesday.
That’s when two of the newest Caddyshack Vinimates arrive from Diamond Select Toys — Webb and the famed gopher from the legendary 1980 comedy add to the previous wave of toys that are small in stature but big on fun.
If you’re in the camp that sports novelties just weren’t quirky and fun enough, then Forever Collectibles has something you might like.
They’re caricature bobbleheads.
Aaron Judge doesn’t need a crown, but the king of this year’s MLB All-Star Home Run Derby could easily have one added to his newest figure.
It’s a limited edition toy that is now available from Import Dragons — and it’s a capless sculpt painted just like the night he went yard over and over and over. It’s part of a three-pack of Yankees figures available now — and it’s not alone.
Funko is hoping Blade Runner 2049 prompts a run or two to the toy store.
There will be toys for the stars of the upcoming film, a sequel to Blade Runner which was a cult classic from 1982 that starred Harrison Ford. He’ll be back in this one, though it’s Ryan Gosling who takes the lead in the story as Officer K.
Some of the biggest names in NFL history are coming to the toy aisle this fall.
The first line of Funko Pop! NFL Legends will include 13 top players and coaches and a total of 15 toys, including two exclusive variants only found at Toys ‘R’ Us stores.
Dale Earnhardt Jr.‘s final ride will include a familiar look.
And there will be diecasts.
Lionel Racing unveiled a line of replicas for Earnhardt’s last race and it includes a nod to the paint scheme that he helped make famous in the years before he added an “8.”
The fourth wave of NFL Funko Pop! toys are coming this fall and the stars of the rookie class of last year as well as many mainstays of the league are in play.
The Everett, Wash.-based company revealed the lineup of more than 20 toys on Tuesday with Dallas Cowboys stars Ezekiel Elliott and Dak Prescott leading the way among a pack of players that also includes exclsuives and variations.
“Come and play with us, Danny … forever … and ever.”
The Funko Pop! line’s newest slightly twisted toys were revealed on Thursday with the stars of Stephen King‘s The Shining among the toys coming from the Everett, Wash.-based company next month.
The 1980 Stanley Kubrick-directed psychological horror film starred Jack Nicholson as Jack Torrance, the caretaker of the Overlook Hotel, which has a persona of its own that overcomes Torrance and his family as they are alone there for the winter.
There’s a new tag team in the WWE and it’s goal isn’t to win championship gold — it’s to help Make-A-Wish America.
That tag team is Mattel and John Cena and every single copy of the new toy that’s sold gives $1 to the foundation that grants life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses — it says so right on the packaging.
And it’s only found in one store.
The latest WWE Slam Crate is here and things are getting divided with “stables” taking the spotlight.
There aren’t any Four Horsemen homages here, but we do get a nod to The Four Horsewomen of NXT as well as some DX, New Day and nWo pieces this month.
The first crate arrived last year, the second arrived in December and the third one was fun, too, as was the fourth which introduced a new toy twist, but this newest crate arriving now gives us a continued approach to WWE toy collecting and plenty more.
What was inside this one? Keep reading …
“There’s no ‘i’ in Vynl. because there’s always two of them!”
No, it’s not a typo — and that explains it for the naming of a new line of vinyl figures launching from Funko that’s making its debut at San Diego Comic-Con later this month.
“Funko is proud to introduce Vynl., a brand new line of stylized vinyl collectibles created with pop culture fanatics in mind,” the company said in a statement. “Vynl. will take a new approach to collecting by showcasing the intricate relationships between beloved characters through a playful new aesthetic … every Vynl. release will contain two figures in order to highlight the connection between both characters and play off of their respective storylines.”
This year’s San Diego Comic-Con is about a month away and Funko has already started to tease its exclusive toys that will be for sale at the show of all shows for pop culture and entertainment.
The Everett, Wash.-based company is releasing its previews in waves with iconic characters from Star Wars, Scott Pilgrim, Marvel, cartoons, DC Comics and TV shows already among those teased.
Metallica is ready to rock the toy aisle.
Funko revealed plans for its latest Pop! Rock toys on Thursday and they’ll feature the metal band that has sold more than 150 million albums.
Vinyl toy blind boxes ain’t seen nothing yet.
The memorable characters from Quentin Tarantino‘s Pulp Fiction will be hitting stores soon as 3-inch figures found in packs with a number of characters and a number of still-unknown chase figures to be found.
The latest wave of Funko Pop! toys for the WWE will look like a million bucks and plenty more when it arrives beginning in July.
All eight of the toys in this wave are first-time figures from the company.
Do you like Buzz Breaks? Today’s your day then as we launch 12 in 12 — a series of a dozen breaks of past wax boxes and wax packs in a dozen hours. We’ll post one every hour on the hour all day long … and this is Hour 3.
The case: 2016 Funko Suicide Squad Mystery Minis vinyl figures
The cost: $12
Original cost: $83.88
What’s inside this one? Keep reading …
The “Masters of the Mic” are a big part of the show this time — and “Stone Cold” Steve Austin steals it.
When Pasadena, Calif.-based Loot Crate recently announced its wrestling version of a mystery box — the WWE Slam Crate — this fan decided to sign up and see what was to come.
The first crate arrived last year, the second arrived in December and the third one was fun, too, but this newest crate arriving now gives us a glimpse of what’s to come with arguably more simple pieces that collectors might appreciate.
What was inside this one? Keep reading …
Walk softly and carry a big stick? No need.
Fans of The Walking Dead can carry “Lucille” with them anywhere they go beginning in late July with a new officially licensed ballpoint pen.
The “cheap pop” is coming to Funko.
In wrestling terms a “cheap pop” is something made famous by Mick Foley — a mention of the hometown crowd to get a cheap reaction during a moment with a microphone — but in this case he’s among the new wave of WWE Pop! toys.
These popular — and, yes, affordable — toys will be hitting stores later this month.
The next batch of Funko Pop! toys will rock — well, at least two of them will.
Funko revealed on Monday three new toys coming in June with two of the artists found in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.