Earlier this month, we traveled up to the secret studio lair where NECA crafts all its amazing figures and collectibles.
For the first time in series history, Activision is adding two brand new elements at the same time for Portal Masters to use in Skylanders: Trap Team.
Joining the growing list of companies producing Mortal Kombat X merchandise, Pop Culture Shock has teased its upcoming Sub-Zero statue.
The second wave of Nintendo's amiibo line is off to a rocky start as another figure becomes a retailer exclusive.
Its price may make you want to curse, but that's perfect for Gaming Heads' statue of Skyrim's Daedric god of curses, Malacath.
Bandai Namco is planning on utilizing Nintendo's amiibo toys, meaning that this line of figures is getting support from third-party publishers.
Nintendo issued a huge "just kidding" today on its previous statement that certain amiibo figures would only be produced in small quantities.
Like Batman and free things? What a silly question, of course you do. Guess it's a good thing we're giving away some choice Batman collectibles then, isn't it?
It seems that the defective Samus amiibo Figure won't be the only one selling for an inflated price after the announcement that certain amiibo Figures will be limited editions.
All you Vega and Oro fans out there are going to be pleased with Pop Culture's upcoming addition to its Street Fighter line of statues. Wait, there are Oro fans out there?