Grow your Star Wars collection with this Stormtrooper from Hot Toys and Sideshow

From the acclaimed Movie Masterpiece series that these luxury toymakers have become known for, this Stormtrooper is about to become the crown jewel of your Star Wars stash. Another artful collaboration between Hot Toys and Sideshow, this 12-inch figure is rendered in accurate 1/6 scale format for the seasoned collectors and movie buffs.

Based especially on the Stormtrooper form from Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope, this interplanetary soldier will add an out-of-this-world dimension to your toy enclave. Set your sights on the Galactic Empire with the laboriously designed Stormtrooper armor and helmet, detailed weapons and a uniquely crafted figure stand.

Running through the Siths with my woes.

Running through the Siths with my woes.

Skyrocket your collection’s cuteness level with the Hot Toys Little Groot

What could be more adorable than the tiny tree hero himself doing a little jig to The Jackson 5’s “I Want You Back”? That’s how we fell in love with him in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, and now we can all remember that iconic moment forever with this 1/4-scale, five-inch Little Groot.

Three interchangeable head sculpts make him not only endearing but versatile! Little Groot looks like he just crawled out of an interplanetary forest with his foliage-like textured paint job. Pose his arms and body to re-imagine his dancing scene. Channel your inner space adventurer and snap up this un-missable Little Groot now!

Wiggle wiggle wiggle.

Wiggle wiggle wiggle.

Justice League Batman is next up in black-and-white statue series

Renowned for his work on Marvel’s Captain Marvel and DC’s Green Lantern series, Brazilian artist Ivan Reis is in a class all his own. And now, with this exclusive collaboration between Reis and sculptor Mat Brouillard, you can own the Dark Knight himself for display among your other DC collectibles.

This stunning statue is crafted according to the aesthetic of the hugely popular comic-book series Justice League. Manufactured as a limited run of 5,200 to honor the quintessential New 52, this six-inch, black-and-white offering isn’t one to sleep on. Batman is encroached upon a fully functional display stand, with one foot off of the base and one foot on to create a “mid-movement” look. Harness the power of Gotham City’s hero now!

Who needs color, anyways?

Who needs color, anyways?

Transformers Generations Combiner Wars Megatron restocked!

Back in stock is this 10-inch Megatron, coveted by Transformers collectors since its debut! Your collection can’t be complete without this indispensable Decepticon. A feared leader who was once loyal to Optimus Prime, he was eventually taken in by The Fallen, leading to a re-awakening of the Decepticon legacy.

Hasbro has designed this figure especially for the first wave of the Combiner Wars Leader Class, featuring trademark window-box packaging perfect for display or play. Make sure you ensnare this skilled warrior for your very own!

"You still fight for the weak! That is why you lose!"

“You still fight for the weak! That is why you lose!”

Play Arts Kai Atlas from Titanfall is now ready to ship!

This instantly recognizable character from the acclaimed video-game release Titanfall has gotten the 10-inch treatment by Square Enix’s Play Arts Kai line. Here, Atlas leaps off the screen and into three-dimensional form, staying true to the original design that focused on Atlas as a deadly weapon.

He’s not to be messed with here — the machine of destruction achieves a weathered look with a meticulous paint job. Other features include an articulated spherical camera and a cockpit hatch that can be opened and closed. The original Titan’s shoulder joint can be shifted outwards with double-jointed elbows so he can hold his weapon with both hands. Order him today and don’t miss out!

Wouldn't want to be on his bad side.

Wouldn’t want to be on his bad side.

This Robin (Damian Wayne) statue by Kotobukiya is a must-have!

Latest in the acclaimed line of DC Comics-based statues from Kotobukiya’s ArtFX line is Damian Wayne as Robin! The controversial anti-hero and ever-present sidekick of Batman tore up Gotham in the best way he knew how, leaping from serendipitous situation to cutthroat battle in his own haphazard way. Originally trained by the aggressive League of Assassins, Dick Grayson as Batman showed him a new way and revolutionized his crime-fighting know-how.

Check out this beautifully rendered statue, standing six inches tall in accurate 1/10 scale. Sporting a get-up of black, green, and shimmery crimson, the teen martial artist cracks his knuckles in a pose that means business. Topping it all off is a yellow cape to help him get where he needs to go, and Atelier Bamboo has done a fantastic job of sculpting this one to perfection. Pick him up today!

The perfect color scheme.

The perfect color scheme.

Halo 2, a decade later: Anniversary edition Master Chief

It doesn’t take much for us to get excited about the legendary first-person shooter game Halo 2. And how can we not? Bungie Studios’ 2004 release was the most popular game on Xbox Live for two years straight. It’s the best-selling first-gen Xbox game, and by June of 2006 more than 500 million games of Halo 2 had been played and more than 710 million hours had been spent playing it on Xbox Live.

Those are some pretty staggering stats. So really, what better way to pay homage to such a seminal Xbox-based work than with this deluxe anniversary edition Master Chief from Square Enix/Play Arts Kai? The UNSC Spartan stands nine inches tall, featuring tons of articulation points and striking detail. Appropriately enough, he armed with dual M7 SMGs and a Covenant Energy Sword.

No Halo collection can be complete without this Master Chief!

Master Chiefin'.

Master Chiefin’.

New Batwoman bishoujo statue by Kotobukiya and DC Comics!

This brand-new Kotobukiya Japanese import is absolutely to die for. We’re proud to introduce the gorgeous Batwoman designer bishoujo statue, rendered in exacting detail and with amazing aesthetic attention that will make it the centre of your collection. Check out Kate Kane from 2006’s 52 #7, next in the line of DC Comics superheroes and supervillains to be styled according to the Japanese bishoujo tradition.

Renowned illustrator Shunya Yamashita spearheaded the design of what would become this 10-inch-tall or 1/7 scale figure of the Bat Family’s most elegant member. Choose between her masked appearance with a wig of long tresses, or an unmasked look with short hair. Hand outstretched and holding her cape, Batwoman is outfitted in a black-and-deep-red-themed bodysuit, boots, utility belt, gloves and cape.

Snap up this beautiful statue while it’s available!

Bat lashes.

Bat lashes.

The CW’s Arrow: Unhooded Arrow statue figure by Gentle Giant

Based on the hit CW series Arrow, this 13-inch statue by the talented folks over at Gentle Giant Studios is about to be a smash just like its predecessor. The first incarnation of this piece featured Arrow with his head enigmatically shrouded, and it sold out its first run completely! Now, we can feast our eyes on this brand-new head sculpt with hood down and mask on. He even comes with his trademark bow as seen in season two of the series.

He is coming to you in a limited run of only 5,200, so make sure you snap this guy up before he sells out again!

Ready to throw down.

Ready to throw down.

Star Trek the Original Series Excelsior NX-2000 vehicle figure!

Diamond Select Toys has brought us this amazing 18-inch vehicle figure that will make you feel like you’re searching for Spock yourself! Take in this test version of the legendary interplanetary glider U.S.S. Excelsior, as seen in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock. Leonard Nimoy’s 1984 work became a quintessential element of the Star Trek franchise, and what better way to remember the magic than with the NX-2000?

LED light-up functions and sound effects, including dialogue by Captain Styles taken straight from the film itself, set this ship apart. “Try-Me” packaging is perfect for display, too. Grab this 18-inch piece of Star Trek history today!

Captain (Harry) Styles?

Captain (Harry) Styles?