RoboCop is a license that received little more than a flirting glance from Hot Toys in the past. But after this week's enormous announcement from the manufacturer, it's clear that their relationship with RoboCop is more than just a fling. It's love.
Mattel typically provides collectors with early looks at figures by sending out samples to a few devoted fansites. But this month things are running behind schedule at Mattel headquarters, so they've provided us with a new sneak peek.
Being DASH's Community Manager is a lot of fun and a great honor because I get to interact with our community every day. That honor bears some responsibility too, as there are always questions hitting my inbox.
For those anxiously awaiting more details on Mattel's San Diego Comic Con plans, you're finally in luck. Mattel finally released more details on both their pre-sale vouchers and timelines for 2014 subscriptions.
For fans of Dragon Ball Z, there's nothing better than the S.H. Figuarts take on the franchise. Numerous main characters have already been released, but after last week's reveal, it seems the line will actually be diving into the brand's smaller figures.
There are more than 20,000 members in the DASH community, and each one of them is a unique and interesting collector. That's why we've decided to showcase one from time to time! The lucky user in the spotlight today is Boulder.
G.I. Joe Retaliation might be forgotten by the time a long summer of blockbusters has passed us by, but its main character Roadblock will be leaving his mark on the action figure industry thanks to Hot Toys.
NECA's recent dive into '80s action movies has been incredibly well received, and they don't seem to be coming up for air anytime soon. The company revealed their newest action movie action figure this week, and fans of John Rambo won't be disappointed.
The New 52 style of DC Comics seems to be taking over action figure lines lately, and that trend has even made its way into newcomer Play Imaginative's Super Alloy lineup. Their latest reveal is a look at Superman like we've never seen him before.
If you like Transformers, it's hard not to appreciate the beauty and execution of the Transformers Masterpiece line. The latest update on the two upcoming figures makes it even easier to articulate those feelings of adoration.
When it comes to completing an action figure collection, some folks forget about the accessories. I'm not talking about little plastic weapons, but instead the complementary pieces that flesh out display rooms and bring collections to life. If you need to accessorize your toy room, look no farther than the newest action figure endeavor on Kickstarter.
Mattel shocked the Masters of the Universe Classics community by listing a secret figure for sale without warning last week, and its quick sellout left many collectors in fits. The company has returned with additional information on this month's MattyCollector.com sale and the now-legendary Spirit of Hordak figure.
Portal 2 provided one of the most rewarding gaming experiences I can remember, and its iconic multiplayer characters Atlas and P-Body certainly contributed to that enjoyment with their expressive visuals and awesome designs.
Although the next release of the "Arkham" franchise of video games, Batman: Arkham Origins, is still a few months away from stores, we're already getting an early look at two new figures from DC Collectibles.
A few weeks ago we told you about the Fan Built Bot Poll, in which collectors helped design the next great Transformers character. Phase 1 is over, and it's time to head back to the polls to continue shaping Transformers history.
DC Collectibles' Arkham City line has been an incredible success for the re-branded manufacturer. And they don't seem to be dropping the property anytime soon, with a pair of brand new two-packs on the way.