Many collectors never consider all the work that goes into the action figures they love. There are dozens of people doing thousands of things to turn ideas into toys, and Big Chief has provided fans with a closer look at some of that process.
If you haven't seen the show Sherlock on BBC, you've missed some incredible television. But you've got time to catch up, because the agonizing wait between short seasons is always long and tiresome. A pair of new figures based on the show from Big Chief Studios might make the wait a little bearable this time around.
With every new wave of Predator figures these days, it seems like NECA is getting better and better at producing creative and high quality toys. Series 10 is no different and will be hitting store shelves any day, and we've got one last great preview of the figures.
New DASH sponsor Brian's Toys is here with an incredible update on some of their new products. You won't believe the incredibly rare vintage Star Wars figure they have for sale, not to mention the latest and greatest Black Series figures.
The classic Mighty Morphin Power Rangers characters lacked a proper collector line for a very long time, but the S.H. Figuarts treatment of the license has finally started delivering. And now the iconic Black Ranger is being added to the lineup.
Play Imaginative recently sprinted into the high-end collectibles arms race with some huge licenses and incredibly cool figures. Now they're taking a step back into "history" by re-introducing some overlooked Iron Man 2 designs in the Super Alloy style.
NECA has kept Alien and Predator fans happy for years with a consistent stream of great figures, but a challenger has arrived on the scene. The S.H. MonsterArts line will be stepping beyond Godzilla's pantheon to compete for the Alien and Predator crown.
Action figure collectors had to wait nearly half a century for good action figures based on the 1966 Batman television series. But now that the license has finally been unlocked and figures are abundant, the potential selections are almost overwhelming. Hot Toys has reduced some of the noise with their latest reveal.
If you're one of the thousands of Masters of the Universe collectors impatiently waiting for the new Castle Grayskull to arrive, this new update from Mattel is only going to make your wait a little more unbearable.
Power Con might not be the biggest convention in the world, but its strong focus on a few specific brands results in a dedicated base of attendees and a lot of support from manufacturers. Mattel made a few huge reveals at the show, and we're taking a closer look at them.
If you're still scraping by without a MattyCollector.com subscription for your favorite line, you won't want to miss this announcement of the upcoming October sale day full of Masters of the Universe and DC Comics figures.
The Four Horsemen have been making a lot of news with their Kickstarter Ravens project recently, but their new Power Lords line has been grinding away in the background. And now they've announced two new exclusives that fans of the license won't want to miss.
If you anxiously wait in anticipation for each new Hot Toys figure reveal, you're definitely not alone. But this latest figure from The Lone Ranger might not be good enough to overcome the disappoint movie on which it's based.
With more than 25,000 members in the DASH community, there are lots of unique collectors with incredibly diverse interests. And we want to show them off! That's precisely why we've selected another collector to get the DASH spotlight.
Horror icons Freddy and Jason certainly aren't new to the action figure world, but NECA previously revealed they'd be taking them into the past with the retro designs of Mego-style figures. Now we have more photos and details of the figures.
We just showed you the latest images of the Super Alloy Superman figure from Play Imaginative, and now we have a closer look at Green Lantern. This glowing green giant is an unbelievably cool piece that might convert even more collectors to Play Imaginative fanatics.
Man of Steel's most memorable moments often originated from its heinous villain General Zod. Anyone looking to bring that Kryptonian brand of badass on their toy shelf need look no farther than latest reveal from Hot Toys.