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    This new bunny Tamaki will be fashionably late for Easter screenshot

    Tamaki seems to be a favorite of producers when it comes to sticking a character into a bunnygirl costume, and Orca Toys is ready to try their hand at this sizable 1/5 version of everyone's favorite redhead. The To Heart vixen looks right at home in this sexy getup, as you might expect, and Orca's even gone the distance to add a bit of unique flair to the overall design.

    A lot of bunnygirl figures merely feature characters standing around, or perhaps kneeling, but Orca's matched Tamaki's oft-seen vivaciousness with a figure that suits her character perfectly. No static pose is good enough for this lady, rather Orca's given her a small cushion to rest on and let her stretch out, giving us a fantastic look at those fishnet-clad legs of hers. I enjoy the placement of her hand behind her as well, realistically positioned to brace herself as she leans back, rather than being kept up simply from being modeled that way.

    Finally of course, her expression fits her to a tee, with Orca going for the cute rather than sexy look and showing off a little flash of her tongue sticking out. I've seen a lot of great Tamakis, but this is definitely one of the better of an already high quality crowd. Pick her up in June for around ¥12,191!

    [ Pre-order at HobbyLink Japan | Otacute | Hobby Search | AmiAmi | CD Japan | J-List ]


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    Big Idea Entertainment, a leading studio and producer of children’s and family programming, characters, and brands, and GorillaSpot Media launch video clips from select VeggieTales episodes and greetings for special occasions through GorillaSpot Media’s ReelCards application on Facebook. The VeggieTales clips and greetings can be shared with Facebook users and their friends via social networks [...]

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  • 12/31/12--11:06: Cometdebris Lucky Bags
  • Koji Harmon's Cometdebris Lucky Bags have been made available to purchase. There are three types - Sametan, Kappa Shonen, and Large - ranging in price. The Sametan Lucky Bag will include an unpainted mixed parts Sametan, featuring a variety of unreleased colored parts for $40.00. The Kappa Shonen Lucky Bag will include a one of a kind [...]

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    New tooling gives modelers an opportunity to recreate classic sci-fi icons SOUTH BEND, Indiana – 12/20/2012 – Round 2 is excited to announce the new Forbidden Planet C-57D flying saucer kit and The Robby the Robot Movie Poster Edition kit. “Forbidden Planet is a forerunner in the science fiction genre, and has been a popular [...]

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    CW100logoStar Wars: The Clone Wars celebrates 100 episodes with a new installment that uncovers an elite Republic clone commando who has gone “Missing in Action,” airing Saturday, January 5th at 9:30am ET/PT on Cartoon Network. Given the series’ title and its backdrop of galactic warfare, Star Wars: The Clone Wars often focuses on the valiant [...]

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    Hot Toys goes commando with new Snake Eyes figure screenshot

    G.I.Joe Retaliation is a troubled movie. Earlier in 2012 the movie was ready full salvo for its June 29 release with a major add campaign, toys showing up in stores, and licensed merchandise everywhere. Then Paramount drops the bomb; G.I.Joe Retaliation has been delayed until March 28, 2013. Everything came to a screeching halt and the film industry ends up with a major void in the Summer line-up. Official reasoning was that they wanted to improve character relationships and adapt it for 3D, but I know a lot of fans that hoped they completely dropped the whole 'everyone's a ninja' storyline. Unfortunately that's not too likely, but we can hope!

    So now we're back in December, only 3 months from the new release date and the blitz has begun again. Perhaps the best thing about the delay is it has opened up some new opportunities. Chief among them is Hot Toys announcing today that they've acquired the rights to G.I.Joe Retaliation and they're blowing the doors open with their first offering: Snake Eyes! This could actually be the single most amazing thing to ever come out of the movie and I may not be exaggerating. Hot Toys is truly the master of the 1/6-scale and they continue to prove it here!

    I'm really glad their first figure is from the second movie and not the first movie. The original Snake Eyes outfit used for the Rise of Cobra movie was a little too Power Rangers for me. I had a hard time getting around that sculpted on mouth. The new Snake Eyes design removed the mouth and packs on the armor, what Hot Toys is calling 'military ninja'. I just call it bad-ass! Certainly looks like Snake Eyes has been raiding Batman's closet which is exactly how a modern military ninja should look I think. Underneath the helmet, body suit, armor, and boots is a 30cm (11.8 inch) True Type body with 30 points of articulation, perfect for tons of ninja action. The figure is rounded out with five pairs of hands including specialty grips for guns and swords.

    Of course Snake Eyes has no short supply of weapons. The original toy released in 1982 classified Snake Eyes as a commando with a primary specialty in infantry and secondary as a hand-to-hand combat instructor. His only weapons were a submachine gun and an explosive. It wasn't until his 1985 redesign that his ninja origin came to light to coincide with the previous year's Storm Shadow release. This is why Snake Eyes is shown carrying guns just as often as swords. As it should this figure comes with an assortment of both. Included are a pair of metal swords with a sheath, a pair of daggers with sheaths, a submachine gun, and a pistol with holster. Can't think of anything missing for this movie version of Snake Eyes! Lastly, he also comes with a display stand with nameplate and movie logo.

    We've seen Sideshow tackle the G.I.Joe cartoon/comic line in the past, but when it comes to movie style figures in 1/6-scale you really want to see Hot Toys in action. Look for him to launch some time in the second quarter of 2013. After seeing how awesome Snake Eyes is one has to wonder where they can go from here? Storm Shadow or Cobra Commander seem like obvious choices, but it's in real-to-life likenesses that Hot Toys truly excels. Could we see 1/6-scale versions of Bruce Willis, Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson, or Channing Tatum in the future? Time will tell!


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    Callaway Digital Arts, Inc., a leading developer of interactive mobile applications for children and families, has collaborated with Hasbro, Inc. to develop Mr. Potato Head Create & Play, the new interactive children’s app for iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. Available now in the Apple App Store, Mr. Potato Head Create & Play is a touch-based [...]

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  • 12/31/12--13:17: That Time of Year…Again…
  • Ah, December 31st. We meet again. In a few hours we fall headlong into a new year. 2013. Still no sign of flying cars. 2013 has been a year of change for me and my family. We’ve had a major shift in the focus of our lives, which led to a move cross country from [...]

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    Marvel Select Green Goblin Figure Review Last week we took a look at the Diamond Select Storm review and this week we have the Marvel Select Green Goblin Figure Review gliding right on in. Right...

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    Bandar Seri Begawan - A collection of roughly two tonnes worth of toys were donated on Sunday by fans of `My Small World' to SMARTER Brunei and The Brunei Darussalam National Association of The Blind.

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  • 12/31/12--17:19: Happy New Years From TNI

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  • 12/31/12--17:36: Iron Man’s Hall of Armor
  • Hot Toys has revealed a new accessory to their sixth scale Iron Man figures - the Hall of Armor Collectible from the Iron Man 2 movie. These are where Tony Stark displays the armor in his basement workshop. The movie-accurate Hall of Armor is highly-detailed and has LED light-up functions. Standing in around 14" in [...]

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    As the year comes to an end, it’s been tough been trying to decide who will make my short list of Top Ten Action Figures for 2012.  It’s been tough to pare it down to ten, with some really great toys just missing the cut.  My criteria? well, the web has enough articulate, detailed, and [...]

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    "2012 is a bit of a slow year for me in terms of family & work. Nonetheless, no major impact this year, just a peaceful one. As for toys, I love my 'Lunartik Tea Cup' which I bought after seeing your post on it a while back. It's now sitting just on top of my fridge where I store all my cups, powders n sugar. A happy item to look at while making a cup of tea, don't you think so too? ^^ Wish

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    TOYSREVIL: Share with us your most triumphant moment in 2012. RICHARD KUOCH: The most triumphant moment for me in 2012 is being (and surviving) in London! (does that count?) she's been tough, i've struggled a bit but i've met so many amazing (now lifelong) friends and have experienced so much personally and artistically. TOYSREVIL: What is your most favorite toy, or piece of art you've seen in

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    TOYSREVIL: Share with us your most triumphant moment in 2012. SCOTT TOLLESON: The most triumphant moment for me in 2012 was the birth of my second child. My wife and I welcomed our seconds daughter in April. Many things happened for me in terms of my agreed this year. I released the remainder of the Nosellots gang and was a part of many wonderful shows. Lastly, I spent a great amount of time

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    TOYSREVIL: Share with us your most triumphant moment in 2012. KEVIN WINNIK: Launching outsmART originals - with my previous company (Toy2R USA) I was able to explore some incredible designs by talented artists from across the globe and help them make their mark on the world. It is exciting to be able to continue working these great artists as we take on the 2D world and look towards 2013 with

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    TOYSREVIL: Share with us your most triumphant moment in 2012. CONNOR WATSON: I got the recognition of my peers at work as a model officer. It meant more than getting an award from management, because the people I worked with every day felt I was a leader and a role model. It would later lead to my being eligible for a promotion. TOYSREVIL: What is your most favorite toy, or piece of art you've

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