Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9 regularly picking up the latest and greatest shiny bits of plastic. This week, No way hometrailer means we’re not quite done with Spider-Man yet, Playmobil hits one of the greatest Connection cars, and the Boba Fett you’ve been looking for joins the Figuarts lineup. Check it!
Playmobil James Bond Aston Martin DB5-Goldfinger Edition
It looks like Playmobil has no plans to ditch the accelerator when it comes to combining iconic pop culture objects into children’s toys. Next Ghostbusters, Back to the Future, and more recently Star Trek and Command, now the most famous British spy is being mistreated. Officially available from October, the Playmobil James Bond Aston Martin DB5 Goldfinger Edition will include Agent 007’s most famous car with a functional reclining seat, rotating license plates, a retractable bulletproof rear window cover and a drawer. chippers for ramming. The set also includes Bond himself, as well as Goldfinger, Odjob, and a henchman that James can easily dispatch.
Bulldozer Lego Technic Caterpillar D11
If you are looking for a real building problem, consider solving one of the Lego Technic construction machine models. Last, revealed today across Lego social media channels, is a working copy of the CAT D11 bulldozer, consisting of 3854 parts. TO “working,” what we mean is that it can actually be driven and controlled using the Lego Control + app on a mobile device, including raising and lowering the bucket at the front or the trencher at the rear, and lowering the ladder for driver access, all of which are powered by four electric motors. You probably won’t be able to truly sleep with it, but the level of detail is fantastic and look out for those matching yellow tread details. The set will officially launch on October 1st and will be offered at a moderate price of $ 450.
SH Figuarts Mandalorian Boba Fett
Latest version of Bandai star Wars the figure returns to the world Mandalorianbut not with Dean Jarin (although he also gets an updated second season– a thematic figure from the company). Tits time, it is Boba Fett, who has returned his beloved beskar, enters the battle. Boba comes with disguised and unmasked heads, special effects elements to recreate not only his holographic display of the chain code, but also the missiles flying out of his jetpack (both the rocket and the boosters themselves), and, of course, his trusty pistol and his classic weapons. rifle. The 6-inch figure is set to hit Japan for around $ 75 when it releases in January 2022. Quite a generous reward![[[[Tamashia of Nations]
Mattel Street Sharks ‘Cutting Room Floor’ Figures
Street sharks, the 90s cartoon and toy series featuring muscular crime fighting, half human, half sea monsters was more than just a step on the way of Wine Diesel to a superstar. It was a much loved childhood product of many children, and now that these children are old enough to have a well-paying job, Mattel has dug deeply to find three new Street Sharks characters to let go of adults starving for nostalgia. A toy maker dug up sketches of three characters that never went into production, including Ripster. the shark man, obsessed with football and fitness; Frame, a humanoid with a piranha instead of a head and living piranha gloves; and Clumbo, stroll, the talking clam experiment went terribly wrong. While technically a deviation, these new figurines are available for pre-order today on the website. Mattel Creations website at $ 75 apiece. (Signal for a seawater spit.)
Hasbro Marvel Legends Series Iron Spider Electronic Helmet
Trying to avoid a Zoom meeting that lasted much longer than necessary? Here $ 125 solution… Based on the Spider-Man’s Iron Spider costume from the latest release of the Avengers movie, this full-scale replica of the mask can be worn for cosplay or passive-aggressive communication with colleagues who have exhausted your patience. It reproduces the Iron Spider suit.kill instantly “ mode with LED eyes that change color from blue to red. There is no easier way to say “meeting is over,” without actually saying it, than a pair of menacing, angry eyes.
Lego City Stuntz
Realizing a childhood fantasy of jumping on wheels over a sore ramp, Lego is expanding its normally calm and obedient City playsets with new Stuntz line (“z” means it’s especially cool) with redesigned minifigure scale motorcycles with flywheels that can be turned on and sent to race to the ramp – no batteries required. When will it be officially available from October 1st, Stuntz line will include four playable sets with different obstacles to defy death, ranging from $ 30 to $ 100, as well as six custom motorcycle minifigures, which will sell for $ 8 each.
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