Deluxe figures forged in the likeness of characters from the classic 1966 Batman has been what’s hot in collectors’ circles for the past little while, and so we’re stoked to announce a statue addition to the fold! This Catwoman Maquette Diorama is absolutely to die for. She is sleek, gorgeous and beautifully fashioned by the artists over at Sideshow and Tweeterhead,
She’s the first in a series of figures that will make up the Maquette Diorama series, and is sculpted by the talented Trevor Grove. Julie Newmar as Catwoman stands 11.5 inches in height, and is perched on a bronze kitty bust ever-so-elegantly. Me-ow!
“Cats are sleek, cats are fast. Cats are… well… they aren’t mean, they’re just wiley. And they will grab your attention in the most seductive way.”
At long last Medicom Toy have brought us one of the most articulate and meticulously designed Spider-Man figures on the market! Molded precisely after the likeness of film actor Andrew Garfield, this six-inch deluxe set figure is a sight for sore eyes — and a great relief to sticklers for accuracy!
Help Petey Parker decode the essential quandaries of super-teendom (Is Gwen really the girl for him? Will he be able to stop Harry Osborn from unleashing destruction upon the world?) within the comfort of your own collection. Accessories include a magnetized wall for Spidey to climb on, an additional “unmasked” Peter Parker head, bullhorn, manhole cover, skateboard and cell phone accessories and webbing to wrap up every member of the Sinister Six! Grab him today.
Why does a Spidey Sense “tingle”? Why doesn’t it vibrate, or beep, or yell into his ear? Perhaps we’ll never know.
You want to have the down-low on action figures before your collector pals do, right? Whether your fabulously geeky convos happen over a water-cooler, on the sidewalk or in the produce aisle, own ’em like the grade-A collector you are. Check out what’s coming in next week on our “Coming Soon” page, updated every Wednesday!
The 2005 Square Enix action RPG was as stellar a hit as any of the video-game heavyweights of the noughties. It spawned a novel and a manga spin-off, and was known for its darkness and complexity in comparison to its predecessor. Roxas is a “Nobody”, an entity that came about as Kingdom Hearts protagonist Sora briefly lost his heart.
Help the boy from Organization XIII catch hearts with his Oathkeeper and Oblivion Keyblades. To bring his character from the screen to real life, he comes with a salt ice cream accessory, interchangeable hands and a display stand. Standing eight inches tall, he’s the size we’ve come to look forward to from Square Enix and Play Arts Kai. Roxas is just big enough to render him a deluxe figure and just the right size to display alongside your other Play Arts Kai and Kingdom Hearts figures.
Nothing like a Keyblade to show you’re ’bout it.
Mario seems to get all of the attention at times. His bright red garb and lovably pudgy form have inspired waves of nostalgia and fondness in more than one generation of gamers. But what about his green-outfitted counterpart, the swift and quirky Luigi? Tamashii Nations/S.H. Figuarts totally get that this world needs an equal dose of Luigi as it does Mario, and they’ve knocked it out of the park with this new playset.
Complete with brick block and red shell accessories, the four-inch Luigi figure also comes with interchangeable hand parts to hold the shell. An exclusive display stand with support arms allows the Big L to be displayed as he deserves to be. Precise articulation allows him to be used to recreate scenes with any of your other Nintendo figures.
Jumping into warp tubes, smashing Goombas, taking names.
Valentine’s Day may have passed, but isn’t it kind of cute that the Cherno Alpha Mark-1 Russian Jaeger was piloted by the husband-and-wife team of Sasha and Aleksis Kaidonovsky? I mean, nothing says “love” like total and utter destruction. So aren’t we lucky that we’ve now got the whopping 18-inch Cherno Alpha from NECA’s Pacific Rim deluxe figure series?
Third in a series that also includes Knifehead and Gipsy Danger, Cherno Alpha is a must-have to complete your deluxe Jaeger haul.
For many, treasured memories were created around systems like the Sega Master System and the Super Nintendo. The 1994 release by Mega Drive and Genesis combined the Terminator and RoboCop franchises to make one epic, hybrid game concept. And a decade later, it’s still making waves! Re-live the sheer magic of the 16-bit gaming experience with four NECA figures based on the cult game.
In Series 1, we have two versions of the feared Terminator. The T-800 includes a plasma rifle accessory, and the Endoskeleton comes with a standing heavy machine gun accessory. Series 2 includes the Rocket Launcher RoboCop and the Flamethrower RoboCop. Rocket Launcher Robocop is partially covered in sculpted flames, and comes with rocket launcher and laser pistol accessories. Flamethrower RoboCop includes a massive flamethrower accessory with removable “flame spray” attachment.
All four figures stand seven inches tall with full articulation, and are painted in an original deco scheme that pays homage to the 16-bit on-screen aesthetic. This attention to detail to make these guys as authentic as possible make these two series impossible to pass up. Save when you buy the Series 1 figures together, as well as the Series 2 duo.
Series 1 of the RoboCop vs. the Terminator line includes the T-800 Terminator and the Endoskeleton Terminator.
It all started with the 1974 now-cult-classic Alien, wherein the sci-fi horror genre was totally revolutionized. Since then, scores of viewers the world over have been awed by the three films time and time again. Now, three essential characters from three different Alien movies can be yours, courtesy of NECA!
Bishop, Dog Alien and Kane are all seven inches tall and come in exclusive 35th anniversary clamshell packaging, whether you want to display your prizes or dig right into ’em. Kane in Nostromo Spacesuit is from 1979’s Alien, and comes in special 35th anniversary packaging. The android Bishop comes from James Cameron’s 1986 work Aliens, and features the likeness of actor Lance Henriksen. The long-awaited Dog Alien is from 1992’s Alien 3. Don’t miss out on this brand-new third series of Alien toys! Grab them all together to save your wallet some work, too.
NECA has cooked up some very tasty Pacific Rim Jaeger figures for us all, and we’re so stoked on them we could almost just destroy an entire urban core!
Gipsy Danger 2.0 and Tacit Ronin are the two newest figures in this series, measuring seven inches tall and boasting over 20 articulation points, along with craftsmanship-like detail. Both Jaegers were designed using the actual digital files utilized by ILM in the creation of the film. You can’t get any more authentic than that — unless the giant monsters were to appear right in front of you, of course. We never say never over here at CmdStore! Snap ’em up together and save.
NECA keeps the train right on rolling. 1981’s Escape from New York has amassed a cult following that has propelled the film to iconic status. Set in the then-future 1990s New York, Escape saw Manhattan as one big maximum-security prison wherein the president’s been kidnapped and only one very burly, very ’90s dude’s dude can save the day.
Snake Plissken is clad in camo pants, a muscle tee and assault boots, and comes with a removable jacket, holster belt and a healthy spread of weapons. He stands eight inches tall and will whisper manly affirmations to you while you’re sleeping. Probably.
Pirate eye patch and camo pants? Snake’s stylist deserves every award. Ever.