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‘Pokemon’ Trainer Red And His Team Get The Nendoroid Treatment This Fall

Pokemon Red Nendoroid
Good Smile Company

As much as we all love Ash and his Japanese source character Satoshi, there's a certain charm about Pokémon's generic playable trainer, Red. After all, even though he stars in a number of manga including Pokémon Adventures and the recent Pokémon Origins anime, Red is meant to represent you, the player. Take that and shape it in the 3.75" tall Nendoroid chibi style and you've got an action figure that may be among the very best (like no toy ever was).

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Captain America Joins ‘The Avengers’ Figma Line In September

Captain America Figma

Following a few of prototype teases, Good Smile Company has finally posted official product images of its Figma take on Captain America. Slated to join 6" tall, super-articulated takes on Iron Man Mark VII and Thor in September, this version of Cap comes packed with what appear to be two sets of interchangable hands, his trademark indestructible shield and an articulated stand. Also? Articulated eyeballs.

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‘The Legend of Zelda: The Windwaker’ Link Nendoroid Coming In August

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Good Smile Company/Max Factory

It looks like Good Smile Company and Max Factory's Luigi won't be the lone Nintendo Nendoroid from the line for much longer. The Legend of Zelda: The Windwaker Link Nendoroid we saw at Toy Fair 2013 will be sailing to retail in late August.

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Link Ink: New TMNT Movie Posters, Don Cheadle Won’t Spoil ‘Avengers 2′ And ‘Captain America 3′ Vs. ‘Batman Vs. Superman’

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Toy Review: The ‘Attack On Titan’ Mikasa Ackerman Figma [Video]

Attack On Titan Mikasa Figma Review

Every weekend here at CA we’re cracking open the latest and/or just greatest decades old action figures around to see what sets them apart from the articulated plastic pack. This week we’re unboxing Good Smile Company and Max Factory's Mikasa Ackerman Figma from Hajime Isayama's Attack On Titan manga and its anime adaptation. I'll go ahead and spoil the review and just say it: This figure rules. Hit the jump to see why in our full video review.

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Good Smile Company Announces Two Pricey Iron Man Mark VII Figmas

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Good Smile Company

Good Smile Company will release the second of its "Big Three" Figma action figures from The Avengers movie in August with two different versions of Iron Man sporting his shiny Mark VII armor. The only hitch? Both of them will run collectors Tony Stark prices.

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Toy Review: The ‘Attack On Titan’ Colossal Titan Nendoroid Action Figure [Video]

Attack on Titan Nendoroid review

Every weekend here at CA we’re cracking open the latest and/or just greatest action figures around to see what sets them apart from the articulated plastic pack. This week we’re unboxing Good Smile Company's Colossal Titan Nendoroid from Hajime Isayama's Attack on Titan manga and anime adaptation. We were intrigued when the toy was initially announced, and picked one up to see if it could measure up to the man-eating expectations it promised as not only a standalone figure, but also a toy packed with a suitably sizable environment ripe for the smashing (and simulated eating). You can watch our full review after the jump to see what we thought of the new figure.

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Link Ink: ‘Gotham’ Villains, A ‘Days Of Future Past’ Video Game And Another ‘Infinite Crisis’

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DC Comics

Kick off March with Monday link madness.

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Toy Fair 2014: Good Smile Company Reveals ‘Ghost In The Shell’ Figma, ‘Windwaker’ Nendoroid And Huge ‘Attack On Titan’ Statue

Good Smile Company Toy Fair 2014

Considering how impressive its Figma and Nendoroid action figures have been over the past several years, I was surprised to hear that Toy Fair 2014 was Good Smile Company's first year at the show with a proper booth. The booth certainly didn't show the toymaker's freshman status, and was full of recent hits like GSC's popular Samus from Metroid Figma and Sonic the Hedgehog Nendoroid, plus a few all new reveals. Get a load of Ghost in the Shell's Major Motoko Kusanagi Figma, The Legend of Zelda: The Windwaker Link Nendoroid, a massive titan statue from Attack on Titan, and more after the jump.

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‘The Avengers’ Captain America, Iron Man And Thor Figma Action Figures Coming Later In 2014

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Good Smile Company's The Amazing Spider-Man Figma won't be its lone Marvel hero for much longer. This past weekend at Wonder Festival in Japan, the toymaker displayed its painted Iron Man and Thor prototypes, along with an unpainted Captain America, assembling three of the biggest stars from The Avengers movie.

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