After the stories of Jango and Boba Fett, another warrior emerges in the Star Wars universe. The Mandalorian is set after the fall of the Empire and before the emergence of the First Order. We follow the travails of a lone gunfighter in the outer reaches of the galaxy far from the authority of the New Republic.
The highly-accurate collectible figure features a meticulously crafted helmet and armor pieces, a finely tailored outfit, beautifully applied weathering effects, a blaster rifle, a blaster pistol, with accessories to set up a diorama base including a battle-damaged Stormtrooper helmet, a flag, spears, and desert-themed figure base.
Hot Toys TMS007 The Mandalorian Sixth Scale Collectible Figure features: Authentic and detailed likeness of The Mandalorian in the live-action series The Mandalorian | Finely crafted silver-colored The Mandalorian’s helmet | Specially applied weathering effects on armor, weapons, and accessories | Approximately 11.81″ tall Body with over 30 points of articulations | Six (6) pieces of interchangeable gloved hands including: pair of fists, pair of relaxed hands, pair of hands for holding weapons
Costume: dark grey-colored cape, dark brown-colored battle damaged chest armor, dark grey-colored undershirt with battle damaged shoulder armors, interchangeable dark-brown colored right shoulder armor, beige-colored vest, brown-colored undervest, brown-colored leather-like utility belt with pistol holster and ammo clips, brown-colored gauntlets, dark grey-colored pants with battle-damaged thigh guards, dark brown colored boots with weathering effect, blue-colored left knee guard, brown-colored calf armors
Weapons: blaster rifle, blaster pistol
Accessories: communicator, battle damaged Stormtrooper helmet, dark brown-colored flag, Two (2) spears, Specially designed desert-themed figure stand with Star Wars logo and character nameplate
Release date: Approximately Q4,2020 – Q1, 2021
“MIDNIGHT Dark & Dreamy” by Hands In Factory & Twelvedot launches Nov 14th @ Everyday Mooonday in Seoul, Korea (7-10PM / BLOGGED), featuring guest artist- Ducobi / Toinz / Seman10cm / Oshorino / Kiddo / Runcher kim.
Above are a slew of teasers for customs, including Twelvedot’s “The Ghost of Fallen Frogs”, works from @Oshorino (in collabo with APOFrog and Baby Horns), a collabo candle “LAMPReblogged 6 years ago from feedproxy.google.com
Recognize these “Big Hero 6” toy-images seen on Walt Disney Animation Studios’ Instagram @disneyanimation? They were taken by none other than famed toy photographer Brian McCarty!
Featuring character toys from the animated feature film “interacting” with the “real world” – you can check out some behind-the-scenes snaps on his very own IG @brianmccarty, and stay tuned to @disneyanimation forReblogged 6 years ago from feedproxy.google.com
Thanks to a new magazine scan from Planet Iacon we’re finally getting to see Masterpiece Bumblebee is full color for the first time. He’s looking great and while he isn’t 100% cartoon accurate he is about as accurate as we’re ever going to get. Looking at his car mode it’s easy to forget that real Volkswagen Beatles don’t look like the squashed version of the original toy and cartoon. It’s actually pretty impressive that they managed to keep him fairly in scale in both bot and car mode; all that extra stuff on his back paid off. Of course he’ll also come with a fully transforming figure of Spike in his exo suit when he’s released in November for ¥6,000.
We’ve also got a bunch of new shots of MP Ultra Magnus from a bunch of angles and even mid-transformation! He’s looking super complex, with tons of folding parts in his legs and body. Even more interesting is confirmation that his cab, which is nearly identical to Optimus Prime, is removable from the trailer. That just adds to my hope that a white Prime figure will will be sold separately later that can be used in its place. It’s going to be a long wait for December!
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Thanks to Hobby Stock we’re getting our first colored look at figma Nanase Haruka from Free! Now, I won’t pretend to know anything about Free!, but I do know good figma when I see them. It’s my opinion, but I’ve always thought that Max Factory does the skinny male anime character body type better than Bandai does in S.H. Figuarts. One of the best examples is one of the first figma, Lelouch Lamperouge from Code Geass, which had an amazingly slender body that still holds up seven years later. Getting back to the point, Haruka here is another example of MF doing guys right and even capturing his swimmer’s muscle tone perfectly. I’m sure some of the ladies out there appreciate the sculpting more than I do, but it really is well done.
As for the accessories I won’t pretend to know what context they’re used in, but they are kinda interesting. I assume, but can’t say for sure that his goggles can be worn since he also comes with a section of diving platform. I really don’t know why his other accessory is an apron, but I’m sure there’s a good reason. And for those able to get an order in at Hobby Stock they’ll be able to get an exclusive filet of grilled mackerel. Again, I have no idea why, maybe it’s a visual metaphor?
He’ll be out in September, but we don’t yet know what his price will be. Given that he’s now being seen in color I’m sure it’s only a short matter of time before pre-orders show up with even more photos. HS also announced that the second figma in the Free! line will be Tachibana Makoto so there’s something new for fans to get excited for!Reblogged 6 years ago from www.tomopop.com
Local artist Daniel Yu has been dropping visual teasers of this figure on his instagram @thedanielyu for some time now, and today it is our utmost pleasure to present the full frontal visage of GORY BOMB!
Shown here is an unpainted test pull of the articulated 5.5 inch tall resin figure, with the first release being a fullY painted edition. TOYSREVIL will update further product and availability info when we have them!Reblogged 7 years ago from feedproxy.google.com