Marvel Spider-Man Titan Hero Series Spider-Man 12-Inch Figure

Spider-Man is on the streets for justice, and this awesome 12-inch Spider-Man figure looks just like him! The bad guys don’t stand a chance when this titan crime-fighter stands against them. Get this incredible figure into your adventures! Marvel products are produced by Hasbro under license from Marvel Characters B.V.

Product Features

  • High quality toys for children all ages
  • Made using safe materials
  • Tested for quality and durability
  • Spider-Man figure
  • Figure stands 12 inches tall
  • Looks just like the web-slinging crime-fighter
  • Includes figure

LIAN SHENG LS112 4CH 2.4GHz RTF Nano Aircraft Drone Radio Control Toy RC Quadcopter w/6-Axis Gyro-White


LIAN SHENG LS112 4-CH 2.4GHz 6-Axis nano RC quadcopter.

Nano size, light weight and cute shape.

Transmitter is mode 2,Left hand throttle and ready to fly.

Built-in covers for protect the blades.

Equipped with 6-axis gyro system, more stable and accurate to control.

With 4 flashing LED lights, can fly at night as a star.


Product Specifications:


Model: LS112

Color: White/Green/Orange Optional

Transmitter: Mode 2

Channel: 4 Channels

Function: Forward, Backward, Up, Down, Left/Right Rotation, Left/Right Traverse, 360°Roll-over

Remote Type: Radio Control

Remote Control Frequency: 2.4GHz

Remote Control Range: 20m

Flying Time: 5-7 mins

Charging Time: Approx. 60 mins

Aircraft Battery: Built in, Li-Po (included)

Remote Controller Battery: 2 * 1.5 V AAA Batteries (not included)

Suitable Age: 14+

Suitable Situation: Indoor

Package size: 12.5 * 8.5 * 8.5mm / 4.9 * 3.3 * 3.3in

Package weight: 232g / 8.2oz


Package list:

1 * LS112 RC Quadcopter

1 * Transmitter(mode 2)

4 * Spare propeller

1 * USB Charging Cable

1 * English User Manual

Product Features

  • LIAN SHENG LS112 4-CH 2.4GHz 6-Axis nano RC quadcopter.
  • Nano size, light weight and cute shape.
  • Built-in covers for protect the blades.
  • Equipped with 6-axis gyro system, more stable and accurate to control.
  • With 4 flashing LED lights, can fly at night as a star.

Shiv 16pcs/Set STAR WARS Collection Sith Jedi Knight Building Bricks Blocks Super Hero Figures Minifigures Toys Compatible With Lego OneSize, Multicol

100% Brand New – Material: ABS excellent material – Safety standards : CE Certification – Size: 4.5-8cm (Height) – You need DIY by yourself as Instructions to build up the toy. – Great for kids playing and studying.

Product Features

  • 100% brand new and high quality.
  • Super Heroes Minifigures Mixed
  • Color as shown.
  • Size: about 4-8cm
  • For children aged over 6 years.

Spy Gear Spy Listener – Hear Conversations up to 30 Feet Like a Secret Agent

The Spy Listener! allows you to heart conversations up to 30 feet away. Features include:

1. Tripod for easy set up

2. Ear bud with extra long cord

3. Folding sound-gathering dish

4. On/off/volume control with automatic limiter

5. Folds for more portability

Product Features

  • Uses 9 volt battery – not included

Mighty Jaxx x Jason Freeny Micro Schematic (12.26)

Mighty Jaxx will release Jason Freeny’s Micro Schematic mini-fig (3”, ABS) on the day after Christmas errr also known as Boxing Day for those in Britain, Australia, Signapore and elsewhere. Based on his first dissected Lego-inspired mini figure—the precursor to the Micro Anatomic line—Micro Schematic recreates Freeny’s OG design with…

Fisher Price 00801-0638 Power Wheels Grey 12 Volt Rechargeable Battery Genuine

Brand New!!!

Genuine OEM PowerWheels 12V Gray Battery Charger Part Replacement Rechargeable battery

Includes one (1) battery

Please confirm that your model will work with this battery by looking at your manual

Email us if you would like to confirm compatibility with your model

Mattel Power Wheel models

Original Part Numbers: 00801-0638, 008010638

Replacement Part Numbers: 00801-0930, 008010930, 00801-1869, 00801-1048, 00801 0638, 00801 1869, 00801 1048, 00801

Product Features

  • Fisher
  • Price 00801-0638 Power
  • Wheels Grey 12
  • Volt Rechargeable
  • Battery Genuine

Petit Collage Abc Nesting Blocks Woodlands

What’s the best part about building a nesting block tower? Knocking it all down, of course. Crash!

Product Features

  • Our durable nesting and stacking blocks are a modern take on a classic developmental toy. Small hands can practice nesting the blocks inside each other in the right order, and balance them one atop the other to build a tower.
  • Brightly colored illustrations encourage interaction and story-telling. Ready for your ABCs? We’ve paired each cheerful graphic with its corresponding letter.
  • Made with recycled paper printed with vegetable inks. Conforms to CPSIA, ASTM, and CE standards.
  • 10 nesting blocks feature art on all 5 sides. Completed tower measures nearly 3′ tall.
  • Ages 2+.

The Year In Review: #9 Halo 5: Guardians

Sure, sequels are hard, but they’re made even more difficult when you have to follow what was the dramatic climax and culmination of a then 11-year-old franchise. Halo 4, despite the nonsensical nature of the ending, managed to imbue genuine emotion into a relationship between what many originally thought was a robot and what mostly is a robot when she’s controlling machinery.

That challenge, though, is actually what makes Halo 5: Guardians all the better because rather than try clear to that high narrative bar, it instead chose to go around it. Or maybe it did try and just failed, resulting in a “baffling, meandering, predictable, somewhat dull story,” but the point is that the gameplay in Guardians is the best it has ever been.

And standing against some of the most fun and best shooting and driving in the industry, that’s saying a lot. Consider that Halo not only revolutionized the shooter space with its limited armaments and more intuitive stick-based driving but also introduced the idea of orchestrating large, strangely operatic battle sequences.

“Orchestrating.” “Operatic.” These are very deliberate word choices for describing the series because not only is Marty O’Donnell’s iconic musical score integral to the success of the games but there is a rhythm to the combat of Halo that is indelible to the minds of anyone who has played the games, owed in part to each encounter’s design but also the artificial intelligence, or AI. There’s a reason why there has been so much written about the game’s enemies.

But we already know about that flow, that cadence. We already know how battles are crafted around the idea of moving to a beat. Shoot a guy here, dump this gun for this other gun, spin around to toss a grenade, pick up a sword and dice a few fools, all before making it to the Wraith tank and blowing it up. That’s a done deal and surely you’re tired of hearing about it like how a college student is tired of hearing about their bank account being overdrawn.

What needs to be highlighted here is how many fresh ideas Guardians manages to inject into that formula and not only keep that nearly indescribable quality up but also improve on it. Of course, Halo has been expanding on Spartan abilities since forever. From dual wielding to armor abilities, Bungie and 343 Industries have slowly been taking Master Chief and his cohorts from extraordinarily tough jarheads to relative demigods.

Halo 5: Guardians

Guardians, however, has had the most impactful expansion yet, partly in due to its brush-up against some more modern sensibilities; sprinting and iron sights are just there. But even these were smartly integrated, being that sprinting is also a gateway to more abilities and smart-linking—the idiomatic term for scoped aiming—doesn’t actually improve accuracy. (Well, it does, kind of, but only with unwieldy things like the SMG.)

While the indistinguishable difference in precision is vital for maintaining Halo‘s freedom of and impetus for mobility, the increased ability to get from place to place has opened up a whole new range of options when fighting. Sprint to shoulder charge and then thrust dodge off the edge to the right before hovering with smart-link to get a few headshots, all just to ground pound the fuck out of the clueless Grunts below.

Rather than becoming more like every other shooter (read: Call of Duty: Black Ops III and Titanfall) by integrating these commonalities, Guardians has actually made itself stand out even further. That rhythm has learned new meters and measures, offering not only more of the best but new facets of the best. It’s not just a new chapter. It’s a whole new god damn book.