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    Sideshow Collectibles has opened the pre-order for their Pacific Rim Striker Eureka Mark-V Jaeger statue. Follow the above link to get yours and if you missed out on ther previously released pieces follow these links to get in the Slattern, the Knifehead and the Gipsy Danger statues before they sell out!

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    VTech Switch & Go Dinos - Blister The Velociraptor Dinosaur

    VTech Switch & Go Dinos - Blister The Velociraptor Dinosaur - Transform from a combat helicopter to a speedy dinosaur with VTech's Blister the Velociraptor! This transforming toy fuses two of boys' favorite things?dinosaurs and vehicles?into one awesome play experience your child will love! This is Blister, and I'm looking for a few good Velociraptors to join my squad. We may be small, but we're built for speed, and our claws and teeth make us fierce predators. This mission is classified, and we never surrender. Velociraptors in formation...now charge! Blister the Velociraptor transforms from a super-cool toy helicopter to a fierce Velociraptor in just a few simple steps. Play in helicopter mode with a spinning propeller, then turn on the search-light to go on a mission. Swoosh Blister in the air to hear real flying sounds and then push a button to launch the rocket. Switch to dinosaur mode to see Blister's animated dinosaur eyes and his long, curved, sickle-like claws. Sound effect buttons emit realistic dinosaur sounds and phrases that teach.

    VTech Switch & Go Dinos - Blister The Velociraptor Dinosaur
    • Fun transforming toy switches from helicopter to toy dinosaur
    • Launches a toy rocket in helicopter mode
    • Plays real flying sounds as your child moves Blister in the air
    • Press buttons spin the propeller or shine the searchlight
    • Plays over 70 wild sounds & phrases
    • Product Measures: 5.2" x 15.7" x 9.5"
    • Recommended Ages: 3-8 years

    Buy this Pre-kindergarten toys - VTech Switch & Go Dinos - Blister The Velociraptor Dinosaur...


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    Deviantart user LiLMoon showed off their latest work, a plush Fancy Pikachu. This plush toy shows Pikachu wearing a top hat and monocle to go with his very sophisticated mustache. Now I won't get dirty looks when I bring my Pokemon to fancy restaurants! 

    This design was based off of Kneazlegurl125's Gentlemen Pikachu. In LiLMoon's version, they changed the color of his mustache from brown to black, and changed his bowler hat to a top hat. These Fancy Pikachu plush toys were sold at Anime Expo, and while they all sold out, more will be on the way. LiLMoon is even talking about making a matching Raichu. 

    LiLMoon creates Fancy Pikachu plush screenshot

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    Disney Planes Figure Play Set - Propwash Junction with Dusty - Skipper - Leadbottom - Chug - Dottie - Sparky -- $14.99

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    Playskool Heroes Transformers Rescue Bots Energize Heatwave the Fire-Bot Figure -- $14.68

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    Playskool Heroes Transformers Rescue Bots Energize Chase the Police-Bot Figure -- $14.60

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    Star Wars The Black Series Boba Fett Figure 6 Inches -- $22.99

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    Star Wars The Black Series Han Solo Figure 6 Inches -- $22.99

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    The Target-only PLANES 4-packs are quite nice. You don’t really save a lot of money from buying the singles individually but there are no repeats so far in the ones included in the 4-packs, for instance, regular Dusty is NOT included in every box – AMAZING! You could actually buy all 4 (three are out) [...]

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    Good ol' Amazon Japan. We can always count on you to get us new official pictures of the latest Japanese Transformers when other stores fail. This time around we're getting another good look (or in some cases our first good look) at Titan class Metroplex, Tripplechanger Sandstorm, and the Legends Megatron with Chop Shop and Starscream with Waspinator two-pack. 

    Just to recap some of the differences between the Japanese Takara Tomy and the Hasbro versions showing up in the rest of the world: Metroplex is styled more after the original G1 figure with two guns and chromed parts while the Hasbro version is more similar to the Fall of Cybertron version, has one gun, and no chrome. Sandstorm has darker shades and less black than the Hasbro version. The Japanese Megatron uses traditional silver colorings and Chop Shop uses darker colors as opposed to Hasbro's accurate IDW comic colors. Takara Tomy's Starscream and Waspinators simply use darker shades for the most part compared to Hasbro's. 

    For most fans the differences between the two versions probably isn't enough to shell out the extra cash, but as long as Takara Tomy is doing similar releases to Hasbro you'll always have options. If you are interested in buying you've got some choices.

    [ Pre-order Metroplex at Amazon Japan | HobbyLink Japan | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan | Play Asia | Plamoya | TF Source | Big Bad Toy Store ]

    [ Pre-order Sandstorm at Amazon Japan | HobbyLink Japan | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | TF Source | Big Bad Toy Store ]

    [ Pre-order Megatron & Starscream at Amazon Japan | HobbyLink Japan | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | TF Source | Big Bad Toy Store ]

    [via Seibertron]

    Number of new Takara Tomy Transformers hit Amazon JP screenshot

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    We saw her Nendoroid last week, but this time round it's the turn of the figma version of Mikasa Ackerman to take central stage, as the figma blog put up a preview of the Attack On Titan heroine earlier today.

    It's a damn impressive one too, showing off what looks to be an absolutely top notch version of the character. Mikasa is sporting some excellent detail and paintwork here, from the sharp badges on her jacket to the beautifully executed strapping on her legs. There's a healthy bunch of accessories here too, with all eyes inevitably drawn towards a stunning recreation of the 3D maneuver gear in miniature, replete with pipes, cables and grappling hooks all wonderfully replicated to scale. It's a testament to the skill and care of Max Factory's sculptors that it all looks so great.

    You'll also get Mikasa's trademark scarf, her cape and three faces, of the neutral, angry and desperate variety, along with  a bunch of smoke effect parts to go with the 3D Maneuver gear. If you want to get your hands on such a generous loadout, you'll pay an above-average ¥4,800, with pre-orders through the GSC store netting a unique bonus di:stage stand you can see in the gallery. . Is it me or are 'premium' priced figmas becoming more and more common these days? Still, I doubt any fan could resist what looks to be one of the standout releases of the year. Pre-orders begin tomorrow so check back here and don't dawdle!

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    Maneuver your way to this figma Mikasa preview screenshot

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    Chris McVeigh created these awesome LEGO portraits of pop culture icons, like Cookie Monster, Pikachu, Optimus Prime and Raphael from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He calls them “Brick Sketches”. Cool Pop Culture Portraits made with LEGO Creating Brick Sketches is loads of fun, but also quite tricky due to their rather small size,” McVeigh...

    The post Cool Pop Culture Portraits made with LEGO appeared first on Toy Scene.


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  • 09/04/13--04:00: getting to their insides
  • Sometimes explaining the insides of anything to a child feels like an overwhelming task. If they can’t see it, how do you describe it? Kiddos are just too literal, and my hand gestures and rudimentary language just don’t cut it. Luckily we are in the age of good books and amazing apps like The Human Body, […]

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    set database: LEGO 42008 service truck
    image courtesy of Grogall
    image courtesy of brickbrowse



    set number: 42008
    set name: service truck
    theme: technic
    year: 2013
    pieces: 1276
    price: us$130
    minifig: none
    large technic set.
    main model is a service truck.
    the truck has motorized extendable rear outriggers, extendable wheel lift, adjustable crane arm, retractable winch, 8 wheels, 4 wheels steering and hydraulic elements.
    can be built into a truck with a crane.
    overall design is great.
    must have for technic fans.
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    Hudson’s Demise by ridureyu Submit your Flickr photos to Poe Ghostal’s Pic of the Day!

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    Its that time of the year again! Anime Festival Asia Indonesia 2013 followed by Culture Japan Nigh...

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    From Erwin Cahyono aka Erwin The Mongar comes a new Toasterboy series, featuring custom "Minions", from the animated "Despicable Me 2". With the rage still burning in Asia, the series will feature 11 custom figures (10 regular + 1 chase) available via blind box style.

    "This are resin figure, all handmade, stand 3.5 inches. Come up with handmade packaging. The packaging material come from recycled paper made of banana tree fiber. Each figure is numbered, and signed by the artist.
    Price US$65 per blind box pull, not include shipping. Any one interested just order it via email: thetoasterboy@gmail.com."

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    Toys R Us is looking to work closely with the Let Toys Be Toys consumer campaign group, agreeing to become more inclusive in its marketing of toys to girls and boys. The news follows a meeting last week between TRU's UK board members and Let Toys Be Toys, with the group believing it marks a major change in the UK toy sales landscape. TRU will draw up a set of principles for in-store signage ...

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    Task One presents a one-of-a-kind custom 10-inch tall piece based on a vinyl Jouwe figure (initially designed by Matine Ramdhani). This was a commission piece inspired by Battle Beasts, an 1980's spinoff of Hasbro's Transformers, and it is quite the epic warrior, don't you think? Hit up the man for your own commission via www.taskone.com


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    While at San Diego Comic Con in July, our own Nemo Eight had a chance to sit down with Hasbro’s Star Wars brand team. We’re only getting around to posting it now because, well, we have no excuse whatsoever. Anyway, enjoy! –PG Nemo Eight: So… I’m sure you guys have or will be getting the […]

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