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This boxed set includes the original lineup of X-Force, featuring a new Deadpool, an updated Cable, Feral and Domino.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29961 (added 8/11/2010)
This set features Ghostbusters II versions of Peter Venkman and Egon Spengler with proton packs, along with "Slime Blower"-equipped versions of Ray Stanz and Winston Zeddemore.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29960 (added 8/11/2010)
Designed by Art Asylum, these 2” sets of two Minimates recreate the classic Street Fighter characters Ryu, Akuma, Chun-Li and M. Bison, as well as Darkstalkers characters Demitri, Morrigan and Lilith.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29508 (added 7/14/2010)
This third assortment of Battlestar Galactica Minimates includes Starbuck, Commander Lee Adama, Caprica Sharon Valerii, Number Three, Helo, Chief Tyrol and Deck Chief Tyrol.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29507 (added 7/14/2010)
Return to the days of Captain Kirk and the first U.S.S. Enterprise with this retro-inspired recreation of the Enterprise Bridge playset. The set feature the classic fold-up design of the original release.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29506 (added 7/14/2010)
Utilizing the original Star Trek Gorn sculpt and a never-before released Sulu sculpt, these 8" reproductions feature classic cloth uniforms and accessories, all contained in resealable retro-style packaging.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29505 (added 7/14/2010)
Recreating the memorable, adorable Star Trek aliens, this plush features real sounds and motion from the iconic episode "The Trouble With Tribbles."
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29504 (added 7/14/2010)
This set, featuring Phoenix, Beast and Wolverine in their classic costumes as well as the Minimate debut of Jessica Jones as Jewel, allows each hero to become a Skrull with just a twist of the head. Also included are four extra Skrull heads to transform other Minimates into an army of green invaders.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29283 (added 7/1/2010)
Based on the film "The Incredible Hulk," this series of Marvel Minimates features the Incredible Hulk, Bruce Banner, Abomination, Emil Blonsky, Betty Ross, General Ross and Battle-Damage Hulk.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29282 (added 7/1/2010)
The stars of the film "Iron Man 2" are replicated in miniature in this whimsical set. Series 35 contains Iron Man, Whiplash, War Machine, the army-builder and Pepper Potts. Each 2" Minimate features 14 points of articulation plus removable and interchangeable parts.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29281 (added 7/1/2010)
The historic Star Trek franchise boldly goes where no toy has gone before with this assortment of Star Trek Minimates from the original series. Each case includes Captain Pike, Spock, Captain Kirk, Vina the Orion slave girl, Scotty, Dr. McCoy and Dress Uniform McCoy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29185 (added 6/25/2010)
These Minimates, taken from over 40 years of adventures, feature 14 points of articulation condensed into seven tiny 2" figures. The case features Captain Picard, a Borg, Dr. McCoy, Nurse Chapel, Admiral Kirk, Engineering Scotty and Dress Uniform Scotty.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29184 (added 6/25/2010)
From the Star Trek: The Next Generation series, this set contains Season 7 likenesses of android Liutenant Commander Data and Enterprise engineers Geordi LaForge and Barclay. Each 7" figure features 20 points of articulation and includes multiple series-accurate accessories.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29183 (added 6/25/2010)
Celebrating the 20th anniversary of Star Trek: The Next Generation, this highly detailed Command Chair recreates the captain's chair from the U.S.S. Enterprise 1701-D and includes a Picard action figure with16 points of articulation.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29182 (added 6/25/2010)
Featuring two of the fiercest Klingons to appear on the series, this Star Trek Deep Space Nine Worf and Gowron two-pack includes Commander Worf in his early DS9-style uniform as well as the former Chancellor of the Klingon Empire, Gowron. Both figures stand roughly 7" tall and include a full set of Klingon weapons.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 29181 (added 6/25/2010)
This limited edition set features Captain Kirk, Scotty, and a Romulan. Kirk comes dressed in his green casual duty outfit, Scotty wears a red Starfleet uniform, and the Romulan, one of the oldest and longest-running villains in "Star Trek" history, wears a blue and gray outfit with black boots and a gold headpiece. Each figure in this release is in scale with previous DST "Star Trek" releases and features 14 points of articulation.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 28830 (added 6/11/2010)
Every Trekie pretty much agrees that the second Star Trek movie — “The Wrath of Khan” — is the best of the bunch. Who can forget Ricardo Montalban as the superhuman Khan, locked in a final showdown with Kirk and the Enterprise? Now, Diamond Select is coming out with a commemorative Wrath of Kahn USS Enterprise, 16” of plastic final frontier, complete with a fancy new paint job. It’s also fitted with flashing deep space lights and sound effects from the movie. And according to Michael Leavey, marketing coordinator for Diamond Select, “They don’t break.” Has Leavey played with one? “Not yet, but I plan to!”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 14460 (added 8/2/2007)
Trek Tek action replicas are full-scale toys modeled directly on original Star Trek props for maximum authenticity. With realistic action lights and sound and adjustable power settings, kids and fans will feel like they’re on board Kirk's Enterprise. An original two-in-one-design allows the Type-1 mini hand phaser to be separated from the Type-2 phaser pistol for the full Trek experience.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9743 (added 10/23/2006)
Sculpted by Gabriel Marquez and limited to 1,993 pieces worldwide, it depicts the movie’s main character, Ash, battling a skeleton and holding a chainsaw. The scene is taken right from the original movie poster. Crammed with intricate detail, it’s more than 12” wide and 16” tall.
— “Army of Darkness”: Released in U.S.: February 19, 1993. Total U.S. Gross: $11,502,976. This was a small cult favorite (the third of the Evil Dead movies), directed by Sam Rami of (now) “Spiderman” fame. Never a huge success as a movie, it had rabid fans and really, really cool images that made great toys. With the passing of Palisades Entertainment, makers of fine collectibles, the market has dwindled to one major figurine, but it does well.
— “Army of Darkness has always had a bit of a cult following in the pop-culture
world,” relates Corey Stinson, owner/proprietor of SmallJoes in St. Charles, Mo.
— Tom Rexford of Chicago’s Collect ’Em All store, has seen a rise in the Army of Darkness figures: “I think Spiderman had a lot to do with it. Suddenly, it was okay to like Army of Darkness, where before it was a dirty little secret. Sam Rami is a master.”
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 7370 (added 3/29/2006)
For the price of one, Spider-Man fans can purchase two very attractive action figures in the Doc Ock vs. Spider-Man set. Celebrating one of the comic world?s most famous battles, this set is sculptured by Sam Greenwell and features a Spider-Man and Doctor Octopus figure with soft rubber tentacles. The line of figures is based on their characterization in the ?Negative Exposure? title in the Spider-Man comics. This figure is currently available.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3406 (added 4/21/2005)
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