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  1. Shown below are the next two figures being done for the 7" Fortnite video game based line from McFarlane Toys. They are the characters Drift and Rex. Both figures are said to have 22 points of articulation and come in premium glossy Fortnite themed window box packaging. Rex features his iconic scaly back bling, devastating rocket launcher and bitemark pickaxe harvesting tool. Drift will come with a pool party back bling, legendary assault rifle and party animal pickaxe harvesting tool. Look for these two figures to be released in March 2019.
  2. Back in October we told you how McFalrane Toys would be doing new 7" Game Of Thrones figures based on the hit HBO series. The first wave will include Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Night King & Arya Stark. Check out a look at the Daenerys Targaryen figure below and let us know what you think.
  3. McFarlane Toys is proud to announce the lead-off figure to the much anticipated return of McFarlane Monsters, Viserion. Along with his brothers Drogon and Rhaegal, Viserion was raised since birth by Daenerys Targaryen, however, after being fatally wounded, and then resurrected, Viserion has now fallen under the command of his new master, the Night King. Under the Night King, Viserion would blast away the Wall in Eastside with his now blue flame, allowing the Army of the Dead to enter the Seven Kingdoms. McFarlane Monsters aims to give fans of creatures, monsters, and fiends exactly what they've been wishing for. This figure is based on the version of the Ice Dagron season 7 and is 9 inches (22.86cm) in height with a 16.50" wing span. The figure is now available for pre-order at BigBadToyStore.com.
  4. Back in October we told you how McFalrane Toys would be doing new 7" Game Of Thrones figures based on the hit HBO series. The first wave will include Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Night King & Arya Stark. The image before gives us our first preview of one of those figures with the Night King.
  5. According to IGN, Todd McFarlane told them this past weekend during the New York Comic Con that he plans on bringing back his classic movie and monster action figure lines known as Movie Maniacs and Clive Barker's Tortured Souls, with an emphasis on direct to consumer sales. Something we have seen more and more companies do in recent years as retail shelf space for action figures gets smaller and smaller. There is no denying that McFarlane was one of the original pioneers of the "Adult Action Figure Collector" market here in the United States when he started his company McFalrane Toys back in the 90's, making figures for adults as opposed for kids. In recent years however McFarlane has in large part moved away from that demographic, concentrating more on big license name brands in order to gain a larger presence on the shelves of big box retailers such as Target and Walmart. Licenses such as Halo, NBA, MLB and Rick & Morty, even creating a new line of building block toys in order to try and compete with the likes of LEGO. During that same time, other companies such as NECA and Mezco have worked hard to fill that void left open by McFarlane, creating figures based on horror icons such as Jason, Freddy and Chucky, as well as Aliens and Predator. In fact I think many would argue that NECA not only filled that void but surpassed McFarlane by providing consumers with action figures that not only featured highly detailed sculpts and paints, but also had decent articulation. Something most McFarlane figures sorely lack even to this day, and something Todd himself has been very reluctant to incorporate into his products. So the question that is begged to be asked, do we really need Movie Maniacs anymore? Can McFarlane really make a comeback in niche market that he once helped create, or have his competitors far surpassed him to the point of no return? See images for some of McFarlane's older Movie Maniac figures below and let us know what you think in the comments section.
  6. McFarlane Toys partners with HBOs hit television series Game of Thrones to bring you highly detailed 6" figures of iconic characters, each coming with screen accurate accessories. Look for Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen, Night King & Arya Stark. Jon Snow, born Aegon Targaryen, is the son of Lyanna Stark and Rhaegar Targaryen, the late Prince of Dragonstone. A decorated individual, Jon has been chosen as Lord Commander of the Night’s Watch, and helped lead a successful raid in overtaking Winterfell from House Bolton, restoring House Stark’s reign over the North, in which Jon was proclaimed “King of the North.” Queen Daenerys Targaryen, is the younger sister of Rhaegar and Viserys Targaryen and only daughter of King Aerys II Targaryen and Queen Rhaella Targaryen, who were both ousted from the Iron Throne during Robert Baratheon’s rebellion. Among the most popular characters on the show, Daenerys is also the “Mother of Dragons,” having rule over Drogon, Viserion, and Rhaegal. The Night King is the master and the first of the White Walkers, having existed since the age of the First Men. He also serves as the supreme leader of the Army of the Dead. “The true enemy won’t wait out the storm. He brings the storm.” - Jon Snow (about the Night King) Arya Stark is the third child and second daughter of Lord Eddard Stark and his wife, Lady Catelyn Stark. After narrowly escaping the persecution of House Stark by House Lannister, Arya is trained as a Faceless Man at the House of Black and White in Braavos. She uses her new skills to bring those who have wronged her family to justice. You can pre-order these now at BigBadToyStore.com.
  7. From the mega popular comic, The Walking Dead, Juanita Sanchez, a.k.a. The Princess of Pittsburgh joins the NYCC figure line up from Skybound. Standing in the 5 inch scale, Juanita is highly articulated and comes armed with an assault weapon and knife. There is also a bloody black and white version. These figures from McFarlane Toys will be available from Skybound during next weekend's New York Comic Con. You can also pre-order them from BigBadToyStore.com.
  8. Renowned for their highly detailed sports figures, McFarlane Toys will join with 2K in a partnership that will benefit fans of the NBA, as well as, the wildly successful NBA 2K video game series. McFarlane Toys’ inaugural series of NBA 2K19 figures will come with a bonus digital Locker Code unlocking “MyTEAM” content that gamers can use in the extremely popular “MyTEAM” game mode in NBA 2K19. The NBA 2K franchise has been the standard bearer for basketball games for two decades and was the highest selling sports video game in 2017. The game’s “MyTEAM” mode allows gamers to customize their own team consisting of former and current NBA superstars. With the purchase of each McFarlane NBA 2K19 figure, fans will receive a Locker Code containing a “McFarlane Pack” which will unlock one Ruby Card, of one of the six players in the series. McFarlane Toys is renowned for creating highly detailed action figures and construction sets of brands from all across the entertainment spectrum for over two decades. Its upcoming collaboration with NBA 2K19 will continue that tradition showcasing figures of some of the most elaborate characters in video games today. Series one of the line will showcase: NBA 2K19 Cover Star Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks, NBA MVP James Harden of the Houston Rockets, NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant of the World Champion Golden State Warriors, Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kristaps Porzingis of the New York Knicks, and Kyrie Irving of the Boston Celtics. “Joining with NBA 2K is exciting, that franchise has evolved into a juggernaut, not just with the NBA but with video games altogether, and to have our figures associated with it, just feels like a natural fit,” said Todd McFarlane, founder and CEO of McFarlane Toys. This August McFarlane Toys’ NBA 2K19 figures will be available exclusively at Walmart and will carry an MSRP: $24.96.
  9. McFarlane Toys goes where multiple toy companies have gone before with their new line of 7" Star Trek figures. The first two figures released are the two most iconic captains in the Star Trek universe, Captain James T. Kirk from The Original Series and Captain Jean-Luc Picard from Star Trek: The Next Generation. The figure packaging features basic-looking cardbacks color-coded to the characters with the names and an image for each one. The back shows the figures as well as other Star Trek related product the company plans to do. The next two figures look to be Leonard Nimoy's Spock and Michael Burnham from Star Trek: Discovery. The figures themselves, while not bad, don't quite live up to the sculpting and paint detailing I expect from McFarlane Toys. The headsculpts for both figures are fairly solid, but the paint applications detract from the likenesses for both characters. Both figures have what almost looks like a strange blush on their cheeks, and I really don't like the paint used on Picard's eyes. Picard's paint also suffers on the body with what seems to be the black portion of the costume bleeding through on the red of the torso section. This makes Picard's uniform look dirty. Red also bleeds onto the black areas around the shoulder. Kirk's paint applications on the body are more solid looking than Picard's, but I don't like how they sculpted Kirk's delta shield on his shirt. It rises up way too high on the figure and has too much black showing around the edges. You also get some strange lines up the side of Kirk's torso due to the figure's construction. I do like that they used a harder plastic on the shirt for Kirk instead of the rubber-like material the older Art Asylum figures used which just didn't hold up well over time. Picard comes in the uniform he started wearing on season 3 of the TV series. Other than the aforementioned paint application issues, I think the figure looks pretty accurate. For accessories, both figures come with a circle plastic display base with the Star Trek delta shield on the top. The stands are very generic looking but keep the figure standing and won't take up a lot of shelf space, which is nice. Kirk comes with a Type 2 phaser pistol, communicator and phaser rifle which he used in some of the promo images of the show and the second pilot episode, "Where No Man Has Gone Before". The communicator is sculpted in the open position, and the flap is not articulated. The rifle has the most detailing, while the communicator and pistol have very basic paint applications. Picard comes with a type 2 phaser that appears based on the ones used in later seasons or even in the Voyager TV series. He also comes with a flute he first received in the episode, "The Inner Light". Due to limited articulation, Picard can't hold the flute up to his mouth and Kirk can't really hold the rifle in any kind of decent pose. Both figures also come with an extra right hand. Articulation is pretty basic though arguably good for a McFarlane figure. You get things like single-hinged elbows and knees and no kind of ab-crunch or ankle pivot, but it's still better than what you see with most McFarlane figures. At the end of the day, McFarlane offers nothing terribly revolutionary about these figures. They aren't bad, but they aren't great either. If you already have these characters from the older 7" Art Asylum line, then I would recommend you pass on these. If you don't, they might be worth checking out. The figures do stand a bit shorter than those older Art Asylum figures. You can purchase these figures now at Megalopolis Toys.
  10. A lone wolf who lives for the perfect shot. Gunslinger Cayde-6 burns from embers of the solar subclass looking for foe with his iconic Ace of Spades. Find him if you’re looking for fun, adventure, and of course some wicked loot. - Highly detailed sculpt of the Cayde-6 modeled from in-game assets - Figure comes with iconic Ace of Spades hand cannon - Includes rare chase redeemable McFarlane Hellspawn emblem - Customizable figure with 12+ points of articulation for dynamic posing - Figure comes in window boxed collector packaging and featured on a disc display base This figure will see release in November as a Target store exclusive.
  11. McFarlane Toys today announced a new partnership with Epic Games to create a range of Fortnite premium collectible figures, related accessories and resin statues, in a deal brokered by IMG. The new Fortnite branded collection will feature seven-inch premium figures from the Fortnite franchise and high-end accessories. "The Fortnite brand has taken on global status and continues to grow each day. The game, with its sense of skill and irreverent fun, now has hundreds of character options to choose from, which is a tremendous blueprint for making any successful toy and action figure line,” said Todd McFarlane, CEO and Founder of McFarlane Toys. "The developer's art team at Epic Games wants to bring that same attitude into the creation of their toys, and everyone here at McFarlane Toys will be doing all we can to bring Fortnite fans the very best products,” said McFarlane. “With such a deep and visually interesting library to choose from, I have no doubt that we will be able to showcase both current and 'classic' looks from the Fortnite franchise. After talking with some of the top creators at Epic Games, I’m delighted they are as stoked about our partnership to make cool toys as we are!" Donald Mustard, Worldwide Creative Director of Epic Games commented: “We’ve been fans of Todd and McFarlane Toys for years and years, and it’s been a dream come true to have an opportunity to collaborate with them. I’ve seen some of the prototypes and they’re so sweet... I think players are just going to be blown away.” Launching in Fall 2018, the collection will be available for purchase from mass retail stores. Fortnite is the action building game from Epic Games that lets you drop into a massive 100-player PVP Battle Royale or team up with friends in a co-op campaign to Save The World against a horde of monsters. Craft and loot in giant worlds where no two games are ever the same. Fortnite™ Battle Royale is free and available on PC, Mac, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, and soon, Android.
  12. We aren't really sure why Gamestop is listing this set as a Summer Convention exclusive when it's not listed to be released until October. There is no indication on the Gamestop or McFarlane websites that this will be made available early to those attending San Diego Comic Con later this week nor have we seen any other indications as to that. The set definetly however does appear to be a Gamestop exclusive as well as their upcoming 7" Stranger Things Barb figure and is currently up for pre-order on their website. We first saw this set debut at Toy Fair back in February and likely will be on display again in San Diego. The set features the four boys from Stanger Things in their Ghostbusters Halloween costumes as seen in season 2 of the Netflix series. The set includes the following: - Spectacular likeness of fan favorite characters Mike, Lucas, Will, and Dustin sculpted directly from assets created by Netflix and Sony - 14+ points of detailed articulation for optimal play-action - Dustin includes the iconic Ghost Trap with Dart and Proton Pack - Will includes detailed TMP Video Camera, iconic Proton Pack and jumpsuit - Lucas includes iconic Proton Pack and jumpsuit - Mike includes iconic Proton Pack and jumpsuit - All Proton Packs are removable - Figures showcased in stylized Stranger Things and Ghostbusters deluxe box packaging - Features authentic hyper-realistic paint decoration of the iconic jumpsuits worn by the original Ghostbuster cast.
  13. Recreate the moment Rick, Daryl and Jesus crossed paths in AMC’s The Walking Dead. This encounter was the introduction of Paul Rovia better known as Jesus. Rick and Daryl have been around since the series inception and now Jesus has joined the group as the story continues to unfold. MSRP: $34.99 Three fully posable 5-inch figures of Rick, Daryl and Jesus Features weapon accessories: Rick’s Colt Python, Daryl’s Pistol & Knife, and Jesus’ Colt AR-15A2, Pistol and alternate hands Figures feature 22+ points of articulation Spectacular likeness of Rick, Daryl and Jesus taken from 3D scans of actors AMC’s The Walking Dead themed window box packaging prominently displaying the figures and accessories
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