LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers: Infinity War Thanos: Ultimate Battle 76107 Guardians of the Galaxy Starship Action Construction Toy and Building Kit for Kids (674 Piece)

Fly into conflict on an uncharted planet aboard The Guardians’ Starship with Iron Man, Star-Lord and Gamora in this LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 76107 Thanos: Ultimate Battle buildable set. The Guardians’ Starship features an opening cockpit for 2 minifigures seated on the space scooter, stud shooters, plus an opening rear compartment with capacity for 2 minifigures and the Infinity Gauntlet and stand. The Infinity Gauntlet, which has attachment points for the included Infinity Stone and other collectable Infinity Stone elements, can be attached to the Thanos big LEGO figure. This super hero building toy features 3 minifigures with assorted weapons and 10 Power Burst elements. The perfect gift for boys and girls 9-14!

Product Features

  • Your kids can join the Marvel Avengers Superheroes when they build Infinity War Thanos: Ultimate Battle playset! Featuring the Guardians of the Galaxy Starship building toy, the Benetar, plus a Thanos big figure and a collectible Infinity Gauntlet.
  • This cool construction toy is built with 674 pieces and includes 4 Infinity War minifigures: Iron Man, Star-Lord, and Gamora, plus a Thanos big LEGO figure with an Infinity Gauntlet, collectable Infinity Stones and a sword.
  • The Guardians’ Starship, features an opening cockpit for the space scooter, opening rear compartment, storage room for the Infinity Gauntlet, 2 stud shooters and adjustable wings. Set includes a stand for the Infinity Gauntlet.
  • This LEGO Marvel Super Heroes Avengers building set recreates scenes from the thrilling Marvel film – Avengers: Infinity War and is compatible with all LEGO Marvel Super Heroes building toys.
  • The Guardians’ Starship measures over 3″ (9cm) high, 8″ (22cm) long and 18″ (46cm) wide, Space scooter measures over 1″ (5cm) high, 1″ (5cm) long and under 1″ (2cm) wide, Infinity Gauntlet and stand measure over 1″ (4cm) high, 1″ (3cm) wide and 1″ (3cm) deep.

Cards Against Star Wars:The Best Game in The Galaxy

Cards Against Star Wars – Best game in the galaxy. Period.
Includes 750 cards – 250 white and 500 black. 4 to 20+ players.

Age: 17+ only. be ready to get asked some awkward questions*
Cards Against Star Wars is the unofficial Star Wars version of the Cards Against Humanity card game.

Featuring characters from all the Star Wars movies and classic scenes (like Han shooting first) and some that may or may not have happened off camera.

So come and find out if Darth Maul’s double ended light sabre wasn’t the only double ended thing he liked.
Stock are located in Victoria
Fast Delivery is guaranteed!

Product Features

  • Delivery 5-10days.Cards Against Star Wars – Best game in the galaxy. Period.
  • Includes 750 cards – 250 white and 500 black. 4 to 20+ players.
  • Age: 17+ only. be ready to get asked some awkward questions*
  • Cards Against Star Wars is the unofficial Star Wars version of the Cards Against Humanity card game.
  • Combining everything you love about the game and franchise. You will not believe how filthy and inappropriate this game is. It has every character from Episode 1 through to 7 and all the stuff in between.

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.

JJF Bird®nergy Saving Universal Solar Window Charger Rechargeable Solar Panel Battery(1800mAh) Charger Cellphone Portable Power Bank External Battery Pack with USB Cable for Iphone 4 4s 5 5g Galaxy S4 S3 Note Note 2; HTC One, Evo, Thunderbolt, Incredible, Droid Dna; Motorola Moto X, Atrix, Droid; Google Nexus 4, 5, Etc(sliver)


1. Solar panel: 5-5.5V/110mA/0.6W

2. Capacity of polymer battery: 1800mAH can be used circularly for 500 times

3. Micro USB Input: 5V/1A

4. USB 2.0 Output: 5V/1A

5. WEIGHT: about 0.24kg

6. Size:118×118 x 18 mm

7. Color: Multiple colors for choice.

8. Internal battery can be fully charged via micro USB within 2 hours

9. It can be fully charged under direct strongly sunlight with 10-15 hours 10. There are suction around this solar charger which enables it to be sucked onto the window of the car or your home

11. Material: Environment friendly ABS

12. Can be applicable to GPS, IPHONE, other mobile phones, IPOD, Mp3/4, digital camera, etc.

How to use:

1. Stick your charger to any window by peeling off the protective film and affixing it firmly.

2. Plug and use USB end of your device charging cable into the charger.

3. The adhesive part of the charger can be reinforced by applying little moisture to the surface where the charger will be affixed.

4. You can re-fill your charger via the included micro USB or leave in the sun for around 20 hours.

Package includes:

1 x sunnice universal solar charger 1 x USB charging cable

Our products have been well tested, examined and packaged before sending off, but we cannot 100% guarantee the items remain undamaged when delivered to you. Any problem please feel free to contact us first so that we can supply the best service for you.

Product Features

  • This stylish Design solar window charger, is easily attachable to your window. The outside of the charger catches sunlight, while the smooth designed inside spices up your interior and charges your electronic equipment.
  • Contains a 5.5V and 1800mAh rechargeable lithium battery which is said to take around 13 hours of direct sunlight to reach full charge, we can provide big USB and small USB output cable.
  • Compatible with a wide range of mobile devices including iPad, Samsung Tab, iPhone, Blackberry and other mobile phones * Slim and light weight design, easy to carry to anywhere * Efficient solar panel to provide enough energy from sunshine
  • Built-in high-capacity battery to store electricity * Easy to stick to a window for it comes with double-face adhesive tapes
  • Window mounted design makes full use the the solar energy for quick recharging * A perfect portable power bank to charge your phone or MP3 player whenever you need

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Dragon Models 1/9 Guardians of The Galaxy – Star Lord Model Building Kit

The Marvel Super Heroes Vignette line-up from Dragon features blockbuster characters in 1/9 scale. Each highly detailed and accurate figure is pre-painted and separated into just a few parts. This means collectors and modelers can rapidly complete the plug and display process. The figures are accurately colored and textured to movie likeness in a dynamic Marvel approved pose on a diorama base.

Product Features

  • Engineered for modeling enjoyment
  • Plastic parts with enhanced detail
  • Unprecedented value
  • Ready for immediate assembly!
  • Paint & glue required, not included

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The Galaxy Commanders from Skullmark

LULUBELLTOYS PRESS: “The excitement began at San Diego Comic Con this year, where the Galaxy Commander prototypes were on display for the first time in the US at Lulubell’s booth. We are excited to present a special exclusive PRE-ORDER of Galaxy Commanders by Skullmark! The Galaxy Commanders are a classic Hong Kong action figure originally released in 1977 (originals pictured above seated),

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Skullmark x Lulubell Toys Galaxy Commanders Pre-Order

Lululbell Toy Bodega had these awesome Galaxy Commanders figures by Skullmark on display at SDCC. Now Lulubell is super excited to announce that they have a special exclusive “Galaxy Black” Pre-Orders available in their store on Saturday, September 13th at 5PM PST. The Galaxy Commanders was originally released in Hong…

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Marvel Guardians of The Galaxy Star-Lord Figure, 6-Inch

With the universe in peril, interstellar adventurer Peter Quill (a.k.a. Star-Lord) assembles a ragtag team of cosmic misfits to defend it: the Guardians of the Galaxy! The Guardians of the Galaxy need all the help they can get to save the cosmos from destruction and this is your chance to build them a mighty ally! This 6-inch Star-Lord figure looks just like Peter Quill and he’s ready for battle with a weapon in each hand. But he also comes with the left arm part you need to build the plant-humanoid warrior Groot! Collect all 6 parts (other figures sold separately) and complete the hero’s body! Then send your Star-Lord and other figures (sold separately) into battle at his side. The action is epic when you build your own Groot figure! Marvel products are produced by Hasbro under license from Marvel Characters B.V.

Product Features

  • Awesome Star-Lord figure
  • Comes with left arm part to build a Groot figure
  • Includes 2 weapons
  • Other figures – sold separately – come with other Groot parts
  • Collect the entire Groot series – other figures sold separately

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Guardians Of The Galaxy Review: Blasting Off

Sometimes it’s easy to lose sight of the fact that leisure was originally a source for fun. Movies, music, and the like evolved from singular instances of encapsulated jollies to include the potential for wreaking emotional havoc. It’s nice, though, to remember what it’s like to watch something like Buster Keaton in The General and just smile. And for that, we have Guardians of the Galaxy, an impossibly electric and exciting film bringing irreverence to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

Based mostly on the 2008 revival of a long forgotten Marvel team from 1969, Guardians of the Galaxy finds Peter “Star-Lord” Quill (Chris Pratt) leading a ragtag and unexpected team of heroes in stopping a potentially universe-ending threat. This includes Gamora (Zoe Saldana), a cybernetically augmented assassin; Drax the Destroyer (Dave Bautista), a hulking and literally-minded warrior; Rocket Raccoon (Bradley Cooper), a genetically enhanced and massively intelligent raccoon; and Groot (Vin Diesel), a living tree who acts mostly as Rocket’s muscle.

Much of this movie’s success lies in its seemingly effortless but impressive pairings. Pratt as Quill is pitch-perfect, channeling some amount of his blissfully ignorant Andy Dwyer from Parks and Recreation but also flexing (literally, in one instance) his ability to spout verbal jackassery and physical intimidation. The character itself is one trapped in perpetual adolescence given his abduction from Earth as a child, playing towards Pratt’s ability to play immature exceedingly well.

Not enough can be said about how well Diesel and Cooper bring wholly digital characters to life. Especially in the case of Groot, Diesel only had three words to work with, and even then, they only were said in a single order of “I am Groot,” but he consistently found ways to grumble them out with unexpected heart. And Cooper, with his vocal flair for speed and confidence, finds a familiar home in the fast- and dirty-talking Rocket who often sees himself bigger than he actually is.

The overseer of the project, however, is perhaps the most incredibly magnetic pairing. There is rarely such a flawless match between writer/director and his project, but James Gunn fills the Guardians space almost perfectly. His past endeavors have always favored irreverence and self-awareness over attempts to find constant emotional resonance with the audience (though he has a knack for picking that up, too, if given the opportunity).

Most relevant to this penchant is the core conceit of the movie, which is to say it’s about its reluctant heroes rather than the overarching drama. The film’s actual story is a sizable one, spanning the entirety of a galaxy as Quill steals a mysterious orb from the planet Morag (intending to betray his Ravagers clan of miscreant treasure hunters), learns the universal implications of letting its contents fall into the wrong hands, and lashes together a team of unlikely friends and fighters into risking their lives to end the threat imposed by Ronan the Accuser.

Guardians of the Galaxy

Quill even acknowledges that the impetus provided by the orb and its hidden Infinity Gem is rather inconsequential, likening it to the Maltese Falcon, one of the most iconic examples of a MacGuffin. What’s more pertinent is the growth of these five characters as individuals into a single, cohesive unit. And that is the most fitting aspect of Gunn’s directorial abilities. Having more recently focused on character-driven experiments with biting, meta, and funny dialogue, it makes sense his tendencies play into the disadvantages of doing what The Avengers did with an overflowing cast but without preceding, individual movies delving more meaningfully into each character’s backstory.

That’s not to say, however, that each character doesn’t have his or her own moment. With surprising moments of intense poignancy, we are treated to brief interludes of emotional showcases. There’s a scene with Rocket that you learn he’s not just a happy-go-lucky, inexplicably dickish space raccoon that unexpectedly grabs you by the whole of your heart and squeezes it to a pulp. Drax, while ceaselessly lamenting his need and reason for vengeance, even finds time to impart the pathos in one scene rather than spout cold prose.

It’s unfortunate, though, that this also proves to be a weakness of the film. While the contrast makes these moments hit hard and stand apart as relative paragons of character intimacy, the other moments feels incredibly one-note. It largely stems from the fact that this serves as a broad and shallow origin story for several characters that each have tomes of comic history but only have a fraction of a two-hour movie here. Like, we get it. Groot is a sweetheart and everyone else is pretty much dicks.

Guardians of the Galaxy

This makes the side characters more apparent as wasted focus. While the actors behind them do well to excel with what they’re given, the characters are almost irresponsibly given time to shine (well, maybe more like mildly shimmer). Corpsman Rhomann Dey (John C. Reilly) and Nova Prime Irani Rael (Glenn Close) are given a bit too much import when more time could have been spent on the collective Guardians.

But even in their moments and just about every other moment in the movie, there are laughs to be had. This is a genuinely funny film. The hits hit hard and the misses rarely feel less than casual grazes of smirk-inducing interactions. A large portion of this can be attributed to the writing, of course, but the acting really delivers it all with aplomb.

Laughs thrown your way from Pratt and Reilly are familiar and expected (though still and always appreciated), but Bautista might find himself with more acting opportunities after this. His comic timing as Drax is impressive since the deadpan of his literal interpretations and social ineptitudes requires a substantial understanding of what makes this sort of humor funny, but he does it. And it is greatly appreciated it.

Guardians of the Galaxy

While not something I necessarily minded, I do fear some of the jokes were a bit too “in.” The movie references were heavy and heavily 80s-based. Marvel references were even more obscure than the heroes of the film itself, leaving half of the theatre laughing and the other half awkwardly trying to decipher what just happened. Some of that is a strength of the movie, leaving it to the intelligence of the audience to figure out what the Nova Corps and how the gem fits into the grand scheme of Marvel’s cinematic goals, but other times it feels irresponsibly referential.

Something everyone can appreciate, however, is how great the movie looks. It was nice to see hugely personal interactions take place in grandiose, oversized backdrops including the decapitated head of a former Celestial and the eye-watering lattice of Nova Corps members halting impending doom. And that’s not to mention how well the wholly digital characters of Rocket and Groot look, conveying tangible emotions with virtual facades, and that’s in addition to the action being shot and shown intelligibly and impactfully.

Even with its rough, predictable edges, it’s hard to hold any of them against Guardians of the Galaxy. So much of what it attempts, it sticks the landing. It’s immensely funny and fun and takes you on one hell of a ride, ignoring its own faults for the hope that you won’t remember them any longer than it dwells on them. For a good time, call Guardians of the Galaxy.

Guardians of the Galaxy

+ Pitch-perfect pairings between director and subject as well as actors and characters
+ Intensely personal and poignant moments find their time to shine
+ Genuinely funny dialogue and character interactions are found from beginning to end
+ Acting across the board is impressive
– Aside from glimpses of depth, characters end up being one-dimensional

Final Score: 9 out of 10

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