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  1. McFarland. MacFairlane. McFreemont. McFragglerock. We've all seen Todd McFarlane's name butchered to death by fans, whether they love or hate him (even if a large part won't ever admit that they like some of his products, to look cool on the internet). The latest wave of spelling mistakes came with the announcement of the Munitions Pack, a weapon pack for all McFarlane Toys 7-inch figures, something that fans had been demanding for a long time, especially with the DC Multiverse figures not being able to have firearms, and 'fans' didn't disappoint: "MacFairlane Toys is finally doing something right, but the weapons should have come with the figures in the first place!" (It has been documented for a while that it is a Warner Bros thing, though). "McFarland's weapon pack is cool, but the weapons won't probably fit with other brands... SMH" (as if McFarlane had an obligation to make weapons for other toy lines...). "McFairmont's weapon pack sucks! Mezco did it better." (This is an actual comment I read. "McFairmont". I hope autocorrect was involved...). As a P.S.A. for future releases, please remember: It's Mc-Far-Lane. McFarlane Toys. More news at 11:00... It's an attitude! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  2. Link to the behind the scenes video of the version without effects on Instagram and Tiktok.
  3. After my second viewing, inspired even more. Behind the scenes on TikTok and Instagram.
  4. Behind the scenes video on TikTok or Instagram.
  5. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the first wave of new Spawn figures, from the Spawn's Universe line of McFarlane Toys! Spawn is Todd McFarlane's creation, and the very reason why he started McFarlane Toys in the first place nearly 3 decades ago (as other brands did not want to do Spawn figures for him). In the late 90's/early 00's, you couldn't go to a comic book store without seeing a ton of Spawn figures. Then, suddenly, it stopped. Sure, we got the Mortal Kombat Spawn figure in recent years, along with the Kickstarter Spawn, a new and improved version of the very first figure, but this is the first actual wave of Spawn figures. Exciting! First off, odd choice, but instead of going with a classic look for Spawn on that first wave, McFarlane Toys went for the Gunslinger Spawn instead, most likely because there is a new comic book about this Spawn coming out as well. The Gunslinger Spawn comes with 2 revolvers, a rifle and a rifle bag. The sculpt is amazing and the colors are great, with really vibrant red and green. You might hurt yourself while handling the figure with all those spikes. Still, a triumphant return for Spawn in toy form. The Redeemer, or Anti-Spawn, the heaven's equivalent to hell's Spawn, is also a nice figure, even if not my favorite from this wave. The details on the sculpt and the wings are stunning, and the Redeemer comes with his sword. The wings do leave a little to be desired, the articulation on them does not allow a lot of movement, and the peg is really thin, and one of the wings of my figure is 'locked' in a pose, and it looks like trying to move them more will break the peg. Raven Spawn also looks amazing in its creepiness. The dark colors and details, along with the axe/scythe and chains accessories will look perfectly gloomy on any shelf! The contrast with the bright green of the eyes is a nice touch. This is another figure that you might need gloves to pose, as the spikes on the gauntlets and legs are not pleasant. The Clown, a classic Spawn villain, looks just as creepy and evil as when we last saw him. This one comes with a gigantic backpack rocket launcher full of weapons, which can be a little heavy and make the figure fall backwards a lot. I don't think I know anybody who will display him with it anyway, it's kind of a weird accessory. He also comes with a knife and a razor blade. The figure itself is small, but because of the giant backpack accessory, its packaging ended up being one of the biggest of that wave... ...apart from Violator. That thing is a BEAST. Seriously, this is not a toy, it is a weapon. It is heavy, has horns and spikes growing all over and looks amazing. One of McFarlane Toys' strong suits has always been big monster figures, and we are very far from the first Violator figure, which was basically a glorified bend-em figure. This Violator looks more like the one in the modern version of the comic book (#beefy). Definitely the highlight of that wave. All that plastic for only about $50 is insane. Which was your favorite Spawn figure that you hope to see in that Spawn's Universe line? Let us know in the comments! More news at 11:00... WANDAAAA !
  6. McFarlane Toys today announced that they are expanding their license for The Witcher to include figures based on the Netflix series as well as the video game.
  7. Behind the scene video on TikTok
  8. My mild customizing of The Batman. Really is a great fig for $30 (Canadian). -Charcoal dull coat -Gloss panel lining the under suit -Picking out the metal in aluminum gunmetal - repaint the eyes - replace the open hand with 2nd gripping hand - slight dry brushing the armor - dust coating from legs upward
  9. Everybody is Ninja Turtle-crazy! Last weekend, during what should have been the New York Toy Fair, several new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles products were revealed: -Playmates announced a Last Ronin figure, out of nowhere. -NECA announced a ton of new TMNT figures, from the cartoon, the comics and also, their own version of the Last Ronin. -Finally, Mezco surprised everybody by revealing a One:12 collective 4-pack of the Ninja Turtles. Off the top of my head, here are the toy brands that have done Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles products: Playmates, NECA, Super7, The Loyal Subjects (BST AXN figures), Mezco (One:12 collective), Bandai (S.H. Figuarts), Kaiyodo (Revoltech), Mattel (Hot Wheels, Mega Construx), Hasbro (Power Rangers x TMNT figures), DC Direct (Batman vs TMNT figures), ThreeZero (one sixth figures), Good Smile Company (mini statues), Prime1, PCS, Sideshow Collectibles (High-end statues),... I am probably missing more than a few. It was only a matter of time before Todd McFarlane decided to try his hands at our favorite mutant turtles! An anonymous leak told us that earlier this week, the Toddfather decided, on a whim, that his toy brand would also announce TMNT figures during the McFarlane Toys Winter Showcase, taking place February 25-27. "Why shouldn't we also make Ninja turtles?", he said. Fingers crossed for it to be true (can the Ninja Turtles cross their fingers?). DC Collectibles (now DC Direct) did release some very cool TMNT figures a few years ago, and McFarlane Toys is now a partner of DC Direct, so, on a technicality, he already did. Far-fetched? More news at 11:00... Side-eye Cowabunga, dudes! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  10. Todd McFarlane, the Toddfather himself, has had a great week! First, we learned that the DC Multiverse line won the #1 place as action figure manufacturer in the US and Canada in 2021, awarded by the NPD Group. Todd also did a short Q&A video in which he explained that he is listening to the fans, and will try to move on from the 'side-eye' look on his figures, even if, in his opinion, having the eyes looking straight makes our figures look like mannequins. (There was also Valentine's Day this week, so a he probably also had a nice romantic dinner!) In order to show the fans that the side-eye look will be a thing of the past, McFarlane Toys has announced that, going forward, they will implement googly eyes to all the upcoming figures. "That way, you can have your figure look in any direction you want, and the problem is solved", said Todd. We will also get little baggies of "all directions eyes" so that we can add them on the previously released figures, in case the side-eye is bothering you. "Don't ever say I never do anything for you!", Todd added. More news at 11:00... Anything becomes less boring with googly eyes on it! *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  11. BREAKING NEWS FROM TOYFARCE! Last week, this week, and even actually TODAY, McFarlane Toys announced more figures for their ever-growing DC Multiverse line, and about 97% of them ended up being Batman-related: More figures for the upcoming "The Batman" movie were announced last week, a simple-yet-efficient Rebirth Batman was also announced last week, 2 different Batman (!) from the Future State comic book event were announced this week, and a Target Exclusive (argh!) Batman of Zur-En-Arrh was even announced as we were preparing this article. Talk about fate! ToyFarce received an exclusive anonymous tip that this is all leading to a bigger reveal later on: The McFarlane Toys company will actually change name, and be called "McBatman Toys"! We received a watermarked picture of the logo which you can find here: What are your thoughts on the sudden (yet predictable) name change? Let us know in the comments! More news at 11:00... Quick, to the Batcave! (name of my collection room) *ToyFarce News is parody news for laughs and not meant to be taken seriously!
  12. It's wednesday and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the Suicide Squad wave from McFarlane Toys' DC Multiverse line. Better late than never, I know. Those were sitting in my Pile of Loot for a while, and I finally got them a bit before Christmas. It was also a great occasion to show off the awesome street diorama I got from @78pts.of.articulation! The greatest part of that wave is of course the King Shark build-a-figure, which looks just like Nanaue from the movie, in all his goofiness! First off, Harley Quinn with the red dress from the movie. I didn't think the likeness looked great from the promo pictures, but it turns out you can definitely see Margot Robbie in there. The details and tattoo look pretty great too and she comes with the javelin from... Javelin, who met his demise earlier in the movie. Bloodsport looks pretty good too, apart from his severe case of plastic diaper (some DC Multiverse figures have that). He comes with 2 swords which is nice, but as he mostly uses guns in the movie, it's a bit meh. (I know, I know, it's because of Warner Bros studios, yadda yadda, but his guns don't even look like guns, so there could have been a loophole!). Peace Maker was also one of the figures I wanted the most from that wave, with the upcoming series coming soon. It's a pretty decent basic figure. The likeness with the mask on is pretty decent, compared to the unmasked version which looked like John Cena has a stroke. He comes with a sword, but I've seen many collectors solve that issue by either getting third party guns for him, or 3D printing it themselves. Polka Dot Man. Who would have thought we'd ever get a cinematic version of Polka Dot Man, let alone an action figure for it, huh? Polka Dot Man had a great part in the movie where he could see everybody as his mother, whom he hates. He comes with his goggles, a polka dot throwing effect (yep), and an extra arm band (which i haven't figured why it came with it. Any idea?) And now, it's time for the MAIN EVENT! The King Shark build-a-figure. That thing is so much fun! Weirdly enough, he has decent articulation on his arms. The legs are kinda stuck due to the shorts, but I've seen third party soft goods shorts that enabled the legs to move a lot better (there's also a freaking third party tuxedo for him, and i'm so tempted...). Obviously, you're not gonna put him in Spider-man poses, but that was never the goal. It still is a very fun action figure. The next DC Multiverse figures I should pick will be the whole Three Joker wave (including the Gamestop one). Pretty excited about those, as I liked the comic book and that Batman figure looks like it could be the definitive McFarlane Toys Batman. Street Diorama by @78pts.of.articulation More news at 11:00... "You came back for me??"
  13. Isaac Wong takes a look at the The Seven Great Sins Escano Action Figure from McFarlane Toys. Check out images for this figure below in our GALLERY and be sure to share your own thoughts about it in the COMMENTS SECTION.
  14. xiaomukuo takes a look at Spawn Wave 2 Action Figures from McFarlane Toys. The Gunslinger shown here is the Gatling gun one and one of the images shows him on the horse from the Dark Knight Returns wave but there should be a Gunslinger and Horse set coming based on overseas listings! Check out images for this figure below in our GALLERY and be sure to share your own thoughts about it in the COMMENTS SECTION. Pre-order yours from our sponsors: BigBadToyStore.com and Entertainment Earth
  15. I can honestly say I am not sure I would ever use the words McFarlane Toys and Disney characters in the same sentence, but here we are. Several overseas retailers have started taking pre-orders for a new line of Disney Mirrorverse figures. For those not familiar, Disney Mirrorverse, a visually stunning new action RPG game for mobile, set in an all-new divergent Disney universe where players assemble teams of amplified, action-ready, 3D Disney and Pixar characters to battle against a dark force. Based on the listings that have popped up it looks like the first wave of figures which will be 5" and 7" coming from McFarlane Toys based on this RPG will be as follows: - Belle (5") - Goofy (5") - Mickey Mouse (5") - Sulley (5") - Buzz Lightyear (7") - Jack Sparrow (7") There is also a 12" Sulley figure listed. Stay-tuned for more details on these as they become available. We've compiled images in our GALLERY below from the RPG of the characters listed to give you an idea what the figures might look like.
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