Transformers & Robots

Mar25

SDCC Exclusive Clone Commander 12-inch Figure!

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SDCC Exclusive Clone Commander 12-inch Figure!

The 3rd Attendee edition of the 12 inch Clone Commander figure from Star Wars is now available on a first come first serverd basis. This is the ultimate gift for a collector and Star Wars fan. This 12 inch Clone Commander is the three dimensional of the characters ever produce. The Comic-Con exclusive will be sold on a first come, first served basis, so make sure you are qualified for Priority Pre-Order before Wednesday, June 1st at 11:59 PM (PT) if you are Pre-Ordering an Attendee version! Non-Attendees will need to make sure they are qualified for Priority Pre-Order by Thursday, June 2nd at 11:59 PM (PT). There are only 1,000 in the whole world...

Aug30

12th Annual Collect-Hit Set for October

Categories // Transformers & Robots, Diecast Vehicles, Figures & Toy Soldiers, Action Figures, Aviation, Bears and Soft Toys, Boats and Ships, Construction, Dolls, Kits, Games and Puzzles, News

12th Annual Collect-Hit Set for October

Collect-Hit, the international collector's fair in Brussels is set to take place for the 12th year running in October at the Brussels Kart Expo!

Mar09

New Action Figures Released by Kotobukiya

Categories // Transformers & Robots, Action Figures, Anime, Comic Book & TV Heroes, News

New Action Figures Released by Kotobukiya

Here's a bunch of new under-licensed figures released by Kotobukiya!

Feb22

Buck Rogers collection

Categories // Transformers & Robots, Figures & Toy Soldiers, Action Figures, Other, Props, Costumes and Weapons, Metal Figures, Costumes, News

Buck Rogers collection

DENVER, Pa. – Compared to modern film depictions of time-traveling space explorers who effortlessly venture to galaxies where no man has gone before, the early 20th-century spaceman Buck Rogers looks positively primitive. The invention of artist Philip Francis Nowlan, Rogers was introduced in the August 1928 issue of the pulp magazine Amazing Stories and later evolved into a star of syndicated comic strips, movies, radio and television. Along the way, a Buck Rogers franchise developed and became a money machine through an array of licensed products, especially toys. Some say the Buck Rogers “raygun” of 1934 was the item that launched the era of pop-culture merchandising.

Jun25

Robots, Space Toys and TV Futurism in Old Town Auctions July 17 Sale

Categories // Transformers & Robots, Action Figures, News

Easelback RobotOn Saturday, July 17, Old Town Auctions will boldly go where they've never gone before - selling robots, space toys, Star Wars, action figures and other quality sci-fi and fantasy collectibles. The event will be held at Alexander's Inn Auction House in Buckeystown, a suburb of Frederick, Maryland, and convenient to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington D.C.