Resident Evil is celebrating twenty years of zombie-killing action. With toys. Wonderfully realistic toys of their finest characters.
Instead of a proper excerpt, I’m just going to pout about the fact that we still don’t have a solo Black Widow movie.
The only thing that can stop this Iron Man Mark 46 armour, is Lisa. Who might tear it apart.
The original Xenomorph design has remained relatively untouched over the years. Because you can’t improve upon perfection.
In a movie which starred two spry super-soldier pensioners blattering one another, Anthony Mackie’s Falcon almost stole the show. So does his sixth-scale replica.
Sweet Xena warrior princess, this is one scarily realistic action figure of the Amazonian warrior, Wonder Woman.
Hot Toys have been teasing Drax the Destroyer for ages. Now, he’s finally here to catch any metaphors that may attempt to go over his head. For his reflexes are too quick for them.
Even as a sixth-scale replica, the T-800 Terminator is still going to murder your ass.
If you’ve ever read The Dark Knight Returns (Or watched!), you know exactly what I’m talking about. And the Hot Toys replica is ready to make Superman bleed.
I’m using this armour for surveillance on the room where the script for Star Wars Episode VIII is being written.
The ghost with the most, a poltergeist prankster with lethal gags. And now a kickass action figure as well, who has clearly managed to recover his normal head-size since the first flick ended.
Faster than a sixth-scale bullet. Able to leap tall shelves in a single bound. More powerful than airmail. It’s the Man of Steel!