Fashion: Victoria's Secret must not-so-secretly love Neon Genesis Evangelion as evidenced by model Jordan Dunn's outfit from last week's VC fashion show in New York City, which clearly pays homage to Rei Ayanami's plugsuit.
Mattel's been showcasing scads of new Masters of the Universe figures, plus the tentative Castle Grayskull since NYCC, but it appears another toy company will also be contributing to a very Eternian-stocked 2013. Following an initial product image of its upcoming Pop Vinyl MotU figures, Funko has released hi-res
Power Rangers fans have their share of collectible options from Bandai, Mega Bloks and others, but now Funko is supplying a vinyl option by putting its spin on the franchise with a new line of 3.75" Mighty Morphin Pop! Television toys. So far Funko's focusing on three
The Dark Knight Rises finally arrives in theaters tomorrow, July 20 (of course if you're a regular CA reader, there's a good chance you're seeing the end of Christopher Nolan's Bat-trilogy tonight at midnight), and to mark the occasion, Warner Bros. Consumer Products sent CA a sizable travel bag full of corresponding merchandise. We've previously taken a
Straddling the scales of Mattel's retooled Japanese robot toys of the 1970s Shogun Warriors line, Funko has crafted an 11" tall Batman Robot figure for its "Vinyl Invaders" series. The figure will sport limited articulation (probably just at the shoulders, from the looks of the
Specializing in 3.75" vinyl and similarly-scaled plushies, Funko's set to follow up 2011's Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger movie toys with an all-new wave of Avengers items. Slated to arrive in March/April (just a few months ahead of
Funko's applied its plushy touch to Marvel and DC heroes (among about a dozen other licenses) over the past years with aplomb, but looking through the toymaker's new catalog, it appears 2011 is a big year for their vinyl offerings. Fans of Funko's POP! Heroes line will find plenty of plucky plastic in the form of new Marvel and DC li
Comic-based plushies sporting a strong sense of style typically emerge from less-than-licensed sources like Etsy, but Funko's latest crop of soft Marvel superheroes just so happen to bear at least a passing resemblance to the art of a cartooning legend. It's doubtful Funko intended to bite the style of Marvel's Strange Tales II contrib
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