Andrew Garfield Spider-Man Hot Toys

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Welcome to Toy Aisle, io9’s regular roundup of the coolest toys on the internet. This week it’s a real Spider-smorgasbord, as Hasbro and Hot Toys enter the No coming home infatuation. But there is also Lego hot rods, cool G.I. Joe rides, and perhaps the coolest ride of all: yoshi? Check it out!


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hot toys The Amazing Spider-Man 2 The Amazing 1/6 Scale Spider-Man Figure

Hot Toys‘ Spider line continues with a throwback to the past…sort of. Yeah, that might as well be a Spider-Man: No Coming Home Peter Parker’s version of Andrew Garfield, but technically it’s the amazing spider man 2 version of him. You can pretend, anyway, because what matters is that this is finally a new and updated version of the TASM2 design in the 1: 6 line of Hot Toys. In addition to featuring an unmasked likeness of Garfield, the figure comes with 13 different hands to pose. Alas, there will be less another hitting Spider-Man movie theaters by the time this Spidey is in your hands: it’s not must be released until some time in end of 2023. [Hot Toys]


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Chevrolet Camaro Z28 Lego Icons

Lego is still the imagination-driven building toy you grew up with, but it has also become a welcome alternative to plastic model kits for those who lack the skill and patience to painstakingly glue hundreds of parts together. The latest addition to the Lego Icons range is this beautifully detailed 1,456 piece Chevrolet Camaro Z28 muscle car with working steering, a replica V8 engine under the hood, alternate license plates and even a pair of fuzzy dice hanging from the rearview mirror. It also includes alternate color choices for the stripes on the hood and trunk, and a removable roof to turn it into a convertible. It will be available from August 1 for $170.


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Thor Sentinel Marvel Comics Fighting Armor Figure

Sentinel’s latest addition to its “What if every Marvel hero was just Iron Man? the line is—appropriate, given his recent movie release—Thor. armored vehicles take on the classic Thor costume comes with multiple posing hands, as well as two weapons, teched-riffs on Mjolnir and Stormbreaker. If that wasn’t enough, there’s a wired joint in the cape to create the most dramatic poses befitting an Iron God of Thunder Man. Or something like that. Fighting Armor Thor will cost around $84 and is slated for release in December. [Toyark]


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Hasbro GI Joe Classified Series Tiger Force Duke & RAM Figure & Vehicle

Back in the 80s, GI Joe was one of the most extensive toy lines available, with hundreds of figures and vehicles to tempt kids and frustrate parents who just couldn’t say no. But even Hasbro’s designers sometimes looked for shortcuts, resulting in the Tiger Force: a secondary line of repainted vehicles and characters meant to be specially suited for jungle warfare. The story was thin, but the toys looked very cool, so even though we already have one original version of the RAM cycle equipped with a machine gun from GI Joethis Repaints Tiger Force which includes a suitably dressed 6-inch Duke figure. is just as hard to resist. Luckily, even at $45 Hasbro Pulse with an early 2023 shipment, it’s already sold out.


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Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Spider-Man: No Coming Home Pack

It’s only about eight months since we saw Peter, Peter and their best friend Peter team up in No coming home, but it looks like it took a lot longer to get our hands on an action figure mashup of the cinematic Spideys. Finally, Hasbro finally enters the fray with a $90 threepack of Andrew Garfield, Tobey Maguire and Tom Holland’s Spider-Men. Alas, you won’t be able to see the faces of these specific actors, as there are no alternate heads included. in the accessories of the set, just a piece of web FX line for each Spider-Man, then three sets of hands for each (closed fists, creeping hands, and ‘twhip’ hands). If you thought the last eight the months of waiting have been excruciating, toy fans, so unfortunately it’s going to get a little worse: the No coming home pack, is currently dated for an August 1, 2023 release… so Let’s just hope he can pass a little sooner. [Hasbro Pulse]


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Lego Ideas Hocus Pocus – The Sanderson Sisters Cottage

Today brought the final revelation of Lego Office construction game who started life as a fan created the Lego Ideas project. There’s no definitive timeline for when Lego gives a nod to a Lego Ideas project that garners 10,000 fan votes until it hits store shelves, but there is good reason to believe that Amber Veyt’s brick reconstruction of the Sanderson sisters’ cottage of Hocus Pocus Perhaps available sometimes this feverything with the movie a lot-planned sequel– but don’t force us into this prediction.


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Hasbro Transformers Masterpiece MP-48+ Dark Amber Maximal Leo Prime

Transformers’ Beast Wars alter egos may not be the most beloved take on the Autobots and Decepticons, but it’s hard not to be wowed by Takara Tomy’s $150 Dark Amber Maximal Leo Prime based on his appearance in the Transformers comics. The figure was originally available exclusively in Japan and therefore features packaging and processing instructions in Japanese, but with illustrations that should be easy to follow. In both robot and lion modes, the figure offers plenty of articulation and poseability, and comes with accessories such as beam launchers (laser cannons) and four flick missiles. This is available for pre-order via Hasbro Pulsebut will not ship until April 2023.


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Jakks Pacific Super Mario Let’s Go Yoshi! Figure

Luigi finally gets all the love and respect he deserves, but it’s time for Yoshi to get his share as well. Jakks Pacific has just revealed the definitive figure of Yoshi, Let’s go, Yoshi!standing 12 inches tall with 13 points of articulation. Although he doesn’t have a saddle for Mario to ride, this Yoshi has multiple interactive triggers, including sensors in his nose, hull, and feet, as well as motion detection, which will trigger more than 20 sound effects and music from the Super Mario video games. Available in store and online from October.


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