Marvel Legends X-Men Animated Series

Hasbro's Marvel Legends Animated Mr. Sinister, Pillow Pets Jumboz Chewbacca Pillow, and Medicom's MAFEX The Terminator T-800.

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Welcome to Toy Aisle, io9’s regular roundup of the latest and coolest toy news on the internet. This Week, Hasbro Goes ’90s With A Trio Of Animated X-Men Icons, MAFEX oscillates between the worlds of DC Comics and Terminator, and Hot Toys returns to The Mandalorian for a few other Nite Owls. Check it out!


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Hasbro Marvel Legends X-Men’ Series90s anime series collection

The first three additions to Hasbro’s Marvel Legends X-Men seriesThe collection of animated series from the 90s has been revealed: Wolverine in his yellow suit which includes a portrait of Scott and Jean for him to cry emotionally, Jubilee with plasma blast effects that can be attached to his hands, and Mr. Sinister. All three figs are available for pre-order now on Hasbro Pulse for $27 each with expected delivery in June, and each also comes in a VHS-style sleeve that you’re sure to want to collect and display as more figures from this line are introduced.


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Medicom MAFEX Batman: Hush night wing

Dick Grayson joins Medicom’s ever-growing bushel of Batman toys based on the iconic storyline silence. The 6-inch scale figure comes with a few alternate heads depicting Dick in varying mood levels “angry and about to fight you because of it”, the usual alternate hands for posing, and multiple versions of his fencing stick weapons, including the standard. batons (which can be stored on Dick’s back), an articulated wired version so he can swing, and perhaps neatest of all, two special FX hands designed to make Dick look like he’s spinning casually the stick in his hand. shelves in Japan in December, for around $85.[[[[Toyark]


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Lego Art Jim Lee Batman Collection

When Lego teased a new Batman-themed art collection earlier this week on Twitter, many speculated that these would be portraits based on Matt Reeves To come up The Batman movie. Instead, the collection is based on classic Jim Lee comic book illustrations, and is available for pre-order now for $120, with shipping starting March 1. The set includes 4,167 pieces, but mostly 1×1 round tile pieces in 16 different colors that can be used to put together a Batman portrait, the Joker, or Harley Quinn. If you purchase two of the sets, the combined pieces can be used to make a larger portrait of Batman and Catwoman, while three sets can be tiled vertically to create a larger portrait of the Dark Knight from the waist up.


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Transformers Takara Tomy Masterpiece MPG-02 Getsuei

There’s no denying that trains + giant robots are a much better mix than even peanut butter + chocolate, so if you’re headed to Hasbro Pulse, you can pre-order the second one. Trainbot Transformers Getsui for $141, with shipping expected just before Christmas later this year. Like the leader of the trainbots, Shouki, who went out for pre-order in NovemberGetsuei is technically a Triple Changer, switching from train mode to robot mode to one of the legs of the greatest Transformers combiner, Leiden (or Raiden). Like Shouki, Getsuei also comes with a short track section for display purposes.


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Medicom The Terminator MAFEX T-800

Few movie lines are as frequently or poorly imitated as Schwarzenegger’s T-800 “I’ll be back” from the original. The Terminator movie, but it will be quite impossible to say anything else when you get your hands on it The new 6.3 inch T-800 figure from Medicom Toys. The well-appointed and highly articulated figure features three interchangeable head sculpts, a small arsenal of pistols and firearms, alternate hands, and the best leather jacket we’ve seen on a figure in years. You will have to wait until December for delivery, but you can pre-order the figure for $105 from BigBadToyStore now.


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hot toys Star Wars: The Mandalorian Koska Reeves and Ax Woves 1/6 Scale Figures

Not content with only having Bo-Katan in Hot Toys Nite Owl’s roundup, the company has announced plans to round out the trio of splinter Mandalorians who Din met in season two of The Mandalorian, in the form of Koska Reeves and Ax Woves. Both figures come with a plethora of accessories, including blasters, jetpack effects, and additional weapon effects like flamethrower accessories, but only Koska comes with a head without a helmet, representing the Braid crossover wearing the likeness of professional actress/wrestler Sasha Banks. Koska and Ax are both slated for release in mid-2023.[[[[Hot Toys]


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Animal Pillow star wars Chewbacca Jumboz Plush

In a distant galaxy full of hunters, mercenaries, and planet-destroying space stations, there’s bound to be a Wookiee or two that’s been turned into a decorative floor mat, right? But you don’t need to risk your life to add the star wars bear equivalenthide rug to your home decor, just this Pets cushion giant plush which unfolds from a 30-inch plush pillow into a plush, fur-covered blanket. You can grab one on Amazon for $72, but when Life Day rolls around, respectfully hide it in a closet if you have Wookiee friends coming over to help celebrate.


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