These "Super-Poseable" clone troopers were designed in collaboration with fans, Hasbro and Lucasfilm. Each 3-3/4" action figure has 14 points of articulation. This exclusive set comes in four different combinations of all white or four colors to indicate rank, and clean or painted with a "battle damaged" look. Each figure comes with a rifle, and each set includes a "Clone Wars" 16 x 20 inch poster. - Aire Norell
This limited edition “Star Wars”: Crimson Empire action figures and comic book set features Kir Kanos and Carnor Jax. Previous versions of Royal Guard action figures kept their faces a mystery, but these figures have names and unique personalities, along with removable helmets and well-detailed, realistic faces. Other accessories include newly designed weapons, such as a double-bladed staff and a specially concealed blaster pistol. Launch date: 2006.
Combining the fun of the movie with the stylized look of urban vinyl toys, this exciting assortment of 12 individually packaged action figures includes: 6x The Dude and 6x Walter. Each action figure includes accessories from the movie, outfits featuring cloth pieces, removable glasses and more. Launch date: October 2007.
The first wave of this series features the industry's finest sculptors collaborating with the amazing designs of Alex Ross to create a truly unique collectible. Each figure includes special accessories and a sense of hyperrealism. The case includes 12 individually packaged action figures; among the figures are 6x Flash Gordon and 6x Ming the Merciless. Launch date: October 2007.
This is the very first item based on Dexter, the star of the hit CBS/Showtime television series by the same name. A blood-splatter expert for the Miami Police Department by day, Dexter spends his nights murdering other serial killers. Now this so-called "good guy" is available in 7" bobble head form. He's made of resin and would love to make the world a safer place. Launch date: September 15, 2008.
Collectors can relive all the fun and laughter from The Big Lebowski with these cool action figures, which are not sold in mass-market stores. It "makes a great gift for adults that love pop culture. The retail price point makes it an affordable gift item," a representative for Entertainment Earth told TDmonthly. Launch date: October 2008.
Jedi Master Shaak Ti was an exotic, alien female with colorful patterning decorating her flexible lekku, or head-tails. She defended the Republic and died in the effort. Shaak Ti is remembered and faithfully represented in this spectacular resin bust that stands 8" tall and includes a certificate of authenticity. This is a limited edition of 4,000 pieces. Launch date: October 2008.
From Mattel and the DC Universe, this batch of 7" scale action figures features brilliant colors, detail and articulation. "The DC Universe figure are currently one of our top sellers," Jenna Banks, director of sales for EE Distribution, told TDmonthly. Launch date: September 2009.
Standing 7" tall and fully articulated, Dexter comes with interchangeable arms, allowing him to transform from killer to blood-splatter expert and back again. "He also includes loads of great accessories: knife, body bag, ID badge, and blood slide. ... This sculpt is personally approved by Michael C. Hall and Showtime," Jenna Banks, director of sales for EE Distribution, told TDmonthly. Launch date: July 31, 2009.
The goal of this Rubik's game is to manipulate the clear sphere to get the colored balls into their proper locations. "It's not as easy as it looks!" Jenna Banks, director of sales for EE Distribution, told TDmonthly. Launch date: July 31, 2009.
This sleek edition of America's favorite word game is designed for people on the go. It features a nylon, zip-up case with snap-in tile racks, a folding game tray, and snap-in letter tiles in a cloth pouch. Launch date: July 31, 2009.
In true DK Publishing style, the Visual Dictionary is designed to elucidate, illuminate, and excite even the most discerning LEGO, Star Wars, and minifigure fans around the world. Darth Vader, Boba Fett, Yoda, Luke Skywalker and others are brought to life with dozens of little-known facts and hundreds of photos, as are accessories, vehicles, weapons, and even the Death Star. Kids and adults can learn about the history, manufacture and construction of the minifigures of the Star Wars Universe, and come away a Lego Jedi Master. "LEGO and Star Wars are two of the world's most well-recognized and successful franchises, and have been collaborating since the 1998 release of the first LEGO Star Wars minifigures," Jenna Banks, director of sales for EE Distribution, told TDmonthly. Launch date: July 31, 2009. — "LEGO Star Wars — we just blew out of those," Bill Sartain, co-owner of Tutoring Toy in Salt Lake City, told TDmonthly, citing sales of about 50 of these books a month in late 2009. Two of 44 specialty retailers named this title when discussing best-selling books.
Kids can squeeze and collect their favorite Nintendo classic characters. This wave 1 case of six pieces contains the following 6" plush: 2x Mario, 1x Balloon Boo, 1x Goomba, 1x Petey Piranha, and 1x Mushroom (subject to change). "These are pop-culture icons in cute plush format," Jenna Banks, director of sales for EE Distribution, told TDmonthly. Launch date: August 31, 2009.
Based on the 23rd-century design seen in the original Star Trek television series, this detailed electronic instrument features silver highlights over a black finish, plus light and sound effects taken from the watershed TV show. The Tricorder features blinking lights, a spinning scanner, a light-up screen, and adjustable shoulder strap. All doors open and close. It comes in window-box packaging. "The Entertainment Earth Exclusive Medical Tricorder is the ultimate replica for any fan, collector, or 23rd-century physician. Not only does the case open to reveal the detailed interior, but this deluxe version also includes a compartment with a removable scanner accessory with lights and motion that you won't find anywhere else!" Jenna Banks, director of sales for EE Distribution, told TDmonthly. Launch date: June 2009.
This soft, huggable and sweet-smelling redhead just might become a “berry” best friends. A case includes eight individually packaged dolls. "She might be tiny, but Strawberry Shortcake has a huge heart! Her friends love to gather at her Berry Café, where they can always count on Strawberry Shortcake for a helping hand and some berry delicious treats — no wonder she’s everyone’s best friend in Berry Bitty City!" Jenna Banks, director of sales for EE Distribution, told TDmonthly. Launch date: July 2009.
This collection brings back some old favorites, as well as a number of new faces, in a whole new way. These 3.75" scale plastic action figures include accessories and fun details, such as articulated wrists and removable helmets. Launch date: July 2009.
Manufactured by Wave, this 1:10 scale action figure is pre-painted and made of PVC. The character wears a plugsuit and red spectacles over her bold blue eyes. — With the launch of Rebuild of Evangelion, a four-part movie series that remakes/reimagines the original Evangelion series, this particular character (PVC action figure aside) stands out as she was never in the original series, and is introduced as an additional character to the storyline in the second Rebuild of Evangelion movie. Launch date: November 2009.
Based on the long-running comic series from Marvel, these Iron Man figures are inspired by the classic stories which spawned the movies. Launch date: March 15, 2010.
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Zhu Zhu Pets are designed as the world's first realistic, interactive, plush and artificially intelligent hamsters that actually talk and move around in their own playsets. This case of six individually packaged figures includes (subject to change): Baby Cakes, Peanut, Butter Cheeks, Pumkin, Muffin and Snickle Fritz. Launch date: February 2010.
This sterling silver-plated ring with a copper core is an accurate replica of the ring worn by Chris Pine in the 2009 "Star Trek" film. It features the Starfleet Academy logo, the graduation year of 2258 and oxidized indentations. It comes in a presentation case with the Starfleet Academy logo under the lid.
Fans can join up with Starfleet Command with this replica badge. The expertly crafted badged is an exact copy of props used in the 2009 "Star Trek" film. The badge includes a pin back, and is cast in metal and hand burnished. It measures 2.125" tall x 1.375" wide.
This phaser is a replica of the stunt prop phasers used in the 2009 "Star Trek" film, meaning that it has no moving parts, sound or lights. The replica is chrome- and steel-plated over a resin core and is realistically weighted.