McFarlane the Batman, Playmobil Knight Rider
Welcome to Toy Aisle, io9’s regular recap of the latest toy news. We are starting the year 2022 with a whole host of new toys to admire. The simpsons the eyes! Playmobil eyes! Very shady eyes! Mr. Patate Head’s eyes! Check it out! With your eyes !!
Super7 The simpsons Ultimate! Wave 1 figures
Just a few months later unveil the initial collection, Super7 shared the next lineup for his The simpsons Ultimate! The figures, and again, it fails to deliver regular versions of the Simpson family itself. Instead, the closest we get is a masked figure of Bartman who is joined by Duffman, Krusty the Clown, and Homer’s former employer, Hank Scorpio. Each digit of $ 55 includes a mountain of props highlighting jokes from the animated series and two interchangeable alternate facial expressions. If you can’t decide which one to buy, you can again pre-order all four in a multipack and save zero dollars In the process.
Lego BrickHeadz Strange things Demogorgon & Eleven
While it’s still a far cry from the sheer number of pop culture-inspired Funko figures you can collect, Lego has slowly but steadily expanded its line of BrickHeadz buildable cartoons, with the latest additions featuring two of the biggest stars in the world. Netflix: Eleven and the Demogorgon of Strange things. You won’t be able to pick them up until February 1, but the 192-piece set includes display plates and what appears to be the first Lego Eggo waffle piece.
McFarlane DC Universe The batman Drifter Bruce Wayne and motorbike
Listen, these days a range of movie-related action figures are going to find a way to highlight the main character as often as possible. So with McFarlane having sorted his The batman batman figurine, of course it is go do another who is Bruce out of his costume. Hin this, we get this, a 7 “scale action figure that is frankly more hooded than a man, depicting a ‘wanderer’ Bruce who apparently decided to fight crime as if he was on his way to a My Chemical Romance concert before deciding that bit was more frightening. The Drifter Bruce will be available in two variations, one “masked” (at least, the lower half of his face, presumably not for covid reasons) and an âunmaskedâ variant exclusive to Target.
However, you are Probably gonna want the bike to go with this version of Bruce. Alas, this is a separate purchase, which only comes with the bike itself, a rack and a helmet that Bruce has to hold, but apparently doesn’t fit over his head. All three figures are slated for release in February, with the Drifter Bruce (either variant) costing $ 20 and the bike. $ 30.[[[[Toyark]
Playmobil knight rider CASE
Playmobil continues to dig deep into the retro ’70s and’ 80s toy bin and while before it delivered playsets featuring Team A with their van, Doc and Marty and a time traveling DeLorean, and even the original cast of Star trek aboard the USS Enterprise, this summer, Hoff fans will finally be able to add a Playmobil version of Michael Knight – aka David Hasselhoff – to their collections. The new set also includes Devon Miles and Bonnie Barstow figures, but most will be looking for him for his excellent version of KITT, which includes a working LED scanner, retractable headlights, and quotes from the popular ’80s show. You can pre-order it now on Entertainment Earth for $ 90, with delivery scheduled for August.
Hasbro Star Wars: The Mandalorian Potato Head The Yamdalorian and the Tot
It’s aComing a bit late now that Grogu left for Jedi School with Luke, and Boba Fett stole the Disney + show from Mando, but we’re not the type to turn our noses towards another lovable Potato Head character. We can’t confirm or deny if this helmeted spud works as a bounty hunter, but we do know that this set includes 14 pieces including accessories like a Mandalorian Helmet, Grogu – er, Tot – sash and other adornments. facial. for those lucky enough to see the Yamdalorian without his helmet. It is available to pre-order from Entertainment Earth for $ 16, with delivery scheduled for next month.
Lego BrickHeadz Looney Tunes Road Runner & Wile E. Coyote
Lego has long avoided vehicles of war in its playsetsâyou won’t find any buildable tanks or fighter jets for saleâbut one of the latest additions to its BrickHeadz line of collectibles is a pair of the most notorious cartoon violence offenders to ever reach the small screen. The 205-piece set includes buildable versions of the devious Wile E. Coyote and his constant target, the Road Runner always one step ahead. Available from February 1st for $ 20, the set unfortunately does not include a single Acme accessory, not even one bomb or tunnel to paint.
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