Threezero 1/6th scale STEALTH VERSION ULTRAMAN 12-inch Collectible Figure

In a recent Ultraman Manga series set forty years after the original series, Shinjiro Hayata seems to possess a strange ability, and it is this ability, along with his father’s, Shin Hayata, that leads Shinjiro to battle the new aliens invading the Earth as the new Ultraman.

Threezero 1/6th scale STEALTH VERSION ULTRAMAN 12-inch Collectible Figure details: 31cm (12.2 inches) tall | Original body with over 40 points of articulation based on his appearance in the ULTRAMAN manga | Exquisitely detailed suit decals, paint application and weathering | Interchangeable Shinjiro head (sculpted by Ryu Oyama) | LED Light-up features: Eyes, Color Timer on chest, Spacium Blade device on arms.

Accessories: Spacium Blade arm blade effect pieces (clear parts) | 4 total pairs of Hands: 1 pair relaxed, 1 pair spread, 1 pair fists, 1 pair Spacium Ray shooting pose.

Requires 8 x AG1 Button Cell Batteries (batteries not included)

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Related posts:
Preview pictures released of ThreeZero 1/6th scale ULTRAMAN SUIT 31cm collectible figure posted HERE
Check out Gen-Ti-Nel 12’Hero’s Meister 1/6th scale “Shinjiro Hayata” Ultraman 12-inch figure posted on my toy blog HERE

New BATMAN V SUPERMAN MOVIE Collectibles To Keep an Eye Out For!



This post is gonna be a HUGE “image dump” where I’m gonna share a ton of photos of brand-new BATMAN V SUPERMAN: DAWN OF JUSTICE merchandise. Why? Well, there’s so much of it coming out that I’m going insane trying to keep-up with it all, ha!

First up is a favorite of mine, PEZ CANDY Dispensers in a boxed-set! Yes, there’s Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman! These will also be sold individually packaged as well.


Then, from Buffalo Games, we get this cool 300 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle with really nice graphics!





EMPIRE Magazine has 2 different cover variations to collect!





HOT TOYS will be releasing some of their CosBaby Figures (I’m sure they will make more variations than just these two).





WIRED will be coming out with a really nice limited-edition BVS Watch!





SQUARE UNIX has this high-end “Armored Batman” Figure. They will be making more characters too, stay tuned for when we get some more pics you will be informed.



UNDER ARMOUR is gonna be creating some cool shirts to wear!





MATTEL is making a Batman “Voice Changer” Helmet!





And then last, but not least, Japan’s KOTOBUKIYA will put out this “Batman Battling Superman” Statue!





Whew! OK, now listen! If you’re out shopping and you come across ANY Batman merchandise, even the stuff not related to this movie, then please let us know, and if you can, please send us some pics! 


Remember: The BAT-BLOG is all about sharing the love of the character and the joys of collecting Batman!

About Telltale’s Guardians Of The Galaxy

We’ve heard a near ungodly amount of news regarding the impending Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2. There are like a dozen post-credits scenes and writer/director James Gunn will continue for another 20 sequels. Or something. But what about Telltale’s take on the franchise. What about Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series?

Upfront, it sounds like the perfect marriage betwixt material and developer. These interstellar misfits were made for episodic content, freely flowing between sitcom-style predicaments and action-oriented cliffhangers. And with the guiding hand of a seasoned storyteller like Telltale, we can expect some rock solid drama to boot.

And it gets there. Sort of. The biggest problem it has is a lack of confidence. It doesn’t really know if it wants to be its own thing or something closer to the MCU version or a more strict interpretation of the comics. That identity crisis creates an often shaky and only occasionally intriguing story.

Technically, it should be based on the comic series, but there are distinct elements that muddle the delineation between that foundation and the movies. Characters look far closer to their Hollywood counterparts than those of the page, for instance. (Star-Lord is an especially noteworthy departure.) And the deeply infused musical schtick of being named after a Bob Dylan song and featuring silly moments to the tune of The Buzzcocks and Hall & Oates.

Given the massive success of the film, it’s not all that surprising that these inspired bits work the best. Running up a close second, however, is when the game chooses to eschew the silver screen entirely and do something different. Throwing Thanos (yes, the Big Bad of the entire MCU) immediately at the gang and making him, more or less, the genesis of the broader story is attention-grabbing and fantastic.

It puts upfront the drama that unfolds by putting this group of loosely tethered semi-heroes together. Each one has individual gripes, and those laundry lists of personal grievances shift into an albatross around each person’s neck. This is where the episode really shines in terms of storytelling. It lays out separate stakes and motivations naturally and clearly, propping up the rest of the season as well as this diminutive arc.

Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series

The problem is it is an interminable slog to get there. Walking between crew members just to initiate conversations is exhausting, let alone the entire preamble where a protracted investigation and exciting-turned-tepid showdown feel perfunctory—strangely punitive at times, in fact. It’s something Telltale has struggled with for almost its entire existence. When does its desire to make games get in the way of telling a story?

This is especially true of those classic Telltale moments when you see that someone will remember that. There’s a moment when you have to choose between two bickering teammates, but the choice doesn’t make a lot of sense. Any reasonable person would see that addressing either individual would be a losing proposition. It feels forced in a way that is entirely unpleasant.

And that’s a serious shame because there’s a lot of meat on these bones. These characters are way different from their innately charming MCU iterations, but Telltale found a way to make them relatable and likable quickly and effectively. And seeing their threads pull away from each other is almost inexplicably heartbreaking, pushing the momentum forward into the next episode. Whether or not that carries into the rest of the season, we’ll just have to wait and see.

12 Piece Set Special Forces With Weapons 6″ Action Figures

These rescue soldier figures are fully equipped and ready for action. Figures have moveable arms and legs, realistic features and cool rescue weapons. It will keep your child entertained for hours as he gets all the soldiers ready for combat. This set encourages creativity and imaginative play.

Product Features

  • This set includes 12 6″ Soldiers and 12 Military Weapons.
  • All figures are ready for combat. They are ready to join the army in a moments notice. Figures have moveable arms and legs, realistic features and cool rescue weapons.
  • This set will entertain your child for hours as he plays around with the figures and weapons setting them up for combat. This set encourages creativity and imaginative play.
  • Makes a great gift. It’s just perfect for those that love action figures.
  • Safety tested according to all American Guidelines

Learning Resources Gears! Gears! Gears! Robot Factory Building Set, 80 Pieces

Encourage children as young as 4 to get interested in engineering and technology with this new arrival to the Gears! Gears! Gears! line of construction toys. Kids can build fine motor skills as they mix, match, and create their own colorful robots. Comes with 80 colorful pieces, including robots, cranes, springs, stickers, and more—all specially designed to be easy for little hands to use. Robots measure 2¼”h.

Product Features

  • Kids practice engineering skills as they build their own pretend robot factory
  • Mix and match pieces can be constructed endless different ways
  • 80 piece set includes interlocking bases, gears, connectors, handle, robots, cranes, stickers
  • Robots measure 2¼”H
  • For ages 4 and older

VTech Star Wars First Order Stormtrooper Smartwatch

Explore your creativity with the First Order Stormtrooper Smartwatch. This durable smartwatch can take pictures and videos and includes Star War-themed photo effects. Padawans will love using the motion sensor to trigger Lightsaber, droid, and space ship sound effects. Challenge your skills with three mini activities that include blasting asteroids, escaping Stormtroopers and racing with BB-8. The watch helps teach kids how to tell time by letting them choose among 30 Star Wars-themed digital and analog clock faces. A voice recorder provides voice-changing effects so your child can sound like robot, change the pitch of their voice or slow it down. In addition to the alarm, timer and stopwatch, the smartwatch also includes a calendar feature and a calculator so your young Jedi can work out simple addition, subtraction, multiplication and division problems. Children will love exploring the galaxy with their First Order Stormtrooper Smartwatch.

Product Features

  • Take pictures and videos and explore your creativity with Star Wars photo effects
  • Challenge your skills using the touch screen and motion sensor to explore three mini activities
  • Learn how to tell time by choosing between 30 digital and analog Star Wars clock face designs
  • A voice recorder with voice-changing effects gives you the ability to sound like you’re a part of the Star Wars galaxy
  • Activate sounds using the motion sensor, including two Lightsaber modes and more

Fascinations Metal Earth Iconx Silver Dragon 3D Metal Toy Model Kit – 3 Sheets, 125 Pieces – with Instruction Guide and Tweezers

If you want to engage in a challenging toy activity, then get your hands on the Metal Earth Iconx Silver Dragon. The Silver Dragon pack contains three metals sheets of more than 125 pieces to assemble. It also includes a pair of tweezers and printed instruction. Parts can be removed from the sheets by hand but is simpler with the use of wire cutters. The tweezers are ideal for twisting connection tabs. The Metal Earth Iconx Silver Dragon is a model that is both challenging and fun to assemble. The assembled dragon toy has dimensions of 6 inches x 5 inches x 5 inches.

Product Features

  • THREE SHEETS – The package contains three metal sheets with more than 125 parts to assemble.
  • CHALLENGING TO BUILD – It takes time to assemble the Iconx Silver Dragon. It is challenging, yet fun to build all the same.
  • SIZE – The assembled silver dragon has dimensions of 6 inches x 5 inches x 5 inches.
  • FUN TOY COLLECTIBLE – The Metal Earth Iconx Silver Dragon is an excellent addition to any toy hobbyist’s collection. It also makes a great gift to anyone who has an immense fascination with both toys and dragons.
  • PACKAGE INCLUSION – Aside from the three sheets, the model kit also includes a detailed instruction and a pair of tweezers for twisting connection tabs.

Lakeshore Spy Science

No mission is impossible with our state-of-the-art spy kit! Kids discover the science behind being a spy as they learn Morse code, analyze fingerprints, make invisible ink and more! Kit includes a handbook with step-by-step science experiments and spying tips, plus tons of tools for conducting your own secret investigations, including a 7-in-1 spy gadget, a monocular with a tripod, rearview glasses, fingerprinting tools and Morse code tools–all in a 9″ x 10 1/2″ carrying case.

Product Features

  • Our super-cool kit comes with all the materials kids need to learn the science behind being a spy!
  • Step-by-step experiments guide kids to learn Morse code, analyze fingerprints, make invisible ink and more!
  • Fun, hands-on way to build observation skills and learn investigative concepts
  • Includes a handbook, tons of tools for conducting your own secret investigations & a carrying case
  • For ages 6-11 years

Fisher-Price Thomas & Friends Adventures, Merlin The Invisible

A collection of durable, die-cast train Thomas & friends engines and vehicles featuring plastic connectors to connect to other Thomas & friends adventures train engines or tenders. Perfect for use with Thomas and friends adventures engines, tracks and playsets (sold separately and subject to availability).

Product Features

  • Includes die-cast metal engines and vehicles
  • Features plastic Connectors to attach engines to cargo cars or tenders (sold separately and subject to availability)
  • Works on Thomas & friends adventures train tracks (sold separately and subject to availability)
  • Helps develop gross motor and sensory skills, and helps inspire imagination
  • Great addition or beginning to any Thomas collection!

Lewo Wooden Stacking Board Games Building Blocks for Kids – 48 pieces

Description
–This wooden toy is made with quality wood and non toxic paint finish which makes it safe for you child to play with.
–All the wood pieces are cut even and feel smooth to the touch so there are no worries of possible splinters.
–Bright colored, sturdy, durable, perfect size blocks.
–The game consists of a die with colors on it, and 48 colored wood blocks.
–The bright vibrant colors guranteed to catch your baby’s/child’s attention.
–Big enough that the pieces are able to be handled easily by small hands.
–The toy is lightweight and easy to store.

How to play 
Classic Tumbling Block Game is a famous, well-known game over the world. Players take turns removing one block from the tower at a time, then placing it atop the tower again. As each new layer is balanced on the top of the tower, it creates a taller more precarious tower. The game is over when one player causes the tower to tumble down.

Entertainment & Creative Learning
●There are so many cool game/learning combinations you can create with this simple stack of 48 blocks! It will last for ages and is fun for everyone in the family to play.
●They are great for the traditional stacking game with or without die(to be lined up and knocked over), but can also be used as normal building blocks and craft blocks.
●You can use them as a set of dominos, stack them in a row, or circle and push it down and watch them tumble.
●For the younger children you can help them with color recognition and counting.
●It can also be used as a drinking game.
●It is good for developing early sorting skills, teaching colors, promoting hand eye coordination, fine motor skills, problem solving skills and creativity.

Product Features

  • Product dimensions: Tower – 3.1 x 3.1 x 10.8 inches, single piece: 2.95 x 0.59 x 0.98 inches
  • Package Includes: 48 colorful building blocks with a dice! Comes packaged in a box for easy storage and transportation
  • Perfect Family Game! Adults and children both will enjoy playing this game together. Suitable for 2 or more players
  • Players will take turns rolling the dice, then carefully removing one block of that color and re-positioning it on the top of the tower. The blocks have a smooth surface making it easy to remove. The player who knocks down the tower is the loser
  • Approved ASTM and CE test.Great size, perfect for a young child’s hands! Will help to learn color recognition, and recommended for ages 3 years old and up!