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.
The stars of Star Wars have plenty of toys and merchandise from decades of fan demand, but as the legendary franchise enters its 40th anniversary year one company has added some extra badassery to the brand.
Herocross Company‘s Hybrid Metal Star Wars figures have been in the works for some time and a number of them are set to arrive in the United States this month.
A new trailer for Rogue One: A Star Wars Story dropped this week and it’s giving us all a glimpse into the story that happens before the original 1977 Star Wars film.
That wasn’t the only unveiling of images from the film set to arrive on Dec. 16 as Enterainment Weekly teased some mocked Topps cards also to come soon.
Keep reading to check both of them out …
The upcoming Disney animated movie Moana gets a heavy toy push from Funko and there’s one name in the sports world who’s going to help it come to life.
The lead is Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, who voices Maui as part of a tale set to arrive in theaters on Nov. 23.
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story doesn’t arrive until December, but the first poster and a making-of highlights reel were unleashed upon the masses today at Star Wars Celebration Europe.
If the poster didn’t tell you, it’s the back story before A New Hope (the first Star Wars film) with a focus on the Death Star.
The Force Awakens has awakened a new possibility for Star Wars cardboard.
Topps recently revealed that it will create factory sets for its three series of releases for the movie, which will be an online-only offering coming in September.
Kansas City Chiefs TE Travis Kelce will be the star of a reality TV show that revolves around his dating life — and, believe it or not, there’s a shot that it could spark added interest in his football cards.
E! Entertainment announced this week that it has eight episodes of Catching Kelce coming soon and in a story to deadline.com an E! executive described why the player was chosen.
“On top of being a well-respected athlete, Travis has a fun-loving, over the top personality that draws people to him,” E! executive vice president Jeff Olde said. “We are excited to give our viewers an up-close look at his search for love.”
So, why might this mean something for his football cards?
A pair of auctions this week from Profiles in History will help get some iconic pieces of original art into collectors’ hands from some of the most-memorable works in pop culture history.
Up first on Thursday (Dec. 10) is the Calabasas, Calif.-based company’s “Animation & Disneyana” sale, which will include 880 lots of artwork and Disney memorabilia ranging from retired ride vehicles to animation cels from classic films.
The top two pieces in the sale are original animation cels from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (above) and Lady and the Tramp (below). These pieces carry opening bids of $35,000 and $40,000 respectively and are estimated to command around $50,000 apiece when the final gavel falls. Several other pieces from memorable works, including Fantasia, are among the sale’s items as well as a pair of Charles Shulz Peanuts strips.
You can browse the catalog for the auction right here.
And on the other end of the artistic spectrum …
We’re less than two months away from the arrival of Star Wars: Episode VII – The Force Awakens but we’re not even done seeing the merchandise coming from The Force Known as Disney with its new franchise. As you all know, it goes far, far beyond a galaxy of just trading cards.
A perfect example? The newest Star Wars video game arrives on Nov. 17 — Star Wars Battlefront — on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and on Origin for PC, and if you’re one of the people who opt to pre-order the game’s Deluxe Edition from Walmart.com, you’ll land yourself an impressive extra.
A Han Solo Carbonite refridgerator.