If your bank account is looking slim right now, you might want to avoid this San Diego Comic Con 2016 toy round-up.
Cartman is “the Coon” in the new South Park game, and he has the coolest trike in town. But this Collector’s Edition lets you own it, too.
Ever wanted to have a sixth-scale Guardian from Destiny protecting your toys? Well you’re in luck, as 3A is adding Warlock and Hunter varieties to their range of Destiny merch.
With a new Street Fighter game, there’s also plenty of new merch to get ones hands on. Once I’m done shoving toddlers out of my way so that I can get the last Ryu figure on the shelf.
Hideo Kojima has big plans for his next game over at Sony. Plans that involve a new game universe with rich merchandising options.
There’s one place on this planet that hosts more plastic than a Hollywood surgery on a Saturday. I’m talking about Toy Fair of course, a Valhalla for action figure enthusiasts and collectors from all walks of life.
Do you love Supergiant’s Transistor? Then you’re going to find it hard to keep your credit card away from this Red figurine.
Ever wanted to own your very own Lightsaber? This isn’t it, but the new Force FX Black Series is the next best thing.
Remember that time that said Autobots and Decepticons combined forms with other faction members to create bigger, badder walking advertisements? It’s the kind of toys that only the richest of kids could own, and flaunt with the smuggest of facial expressions back in the 1980s and 1990s. It’s the kind of toy that you very much could only dream of having. Fast forward a decade or two, and the Transformers are getting ready to combine once again. And the results, look fantastic.
Some of my favorite clothes and toys are based on gaming franchises, and Horizon Zero Dawn is positioning itself to the be the latest and greatest.
Moichendisin’! Disney looks set to start making some serious coin on Star Wars this year, when Episode 7: The Force Awakens in December. And that’s a brilliant date for a Star Wars movie to release. Why? Because Star Wars is the kind of franchise that was built on merchandising.
Got a thing for gaming merchandise? Check out all the gear Blizzard unveiled at San Diego Comic-Con. There is something for everybody, including plushies, figures, and even a darn cute Murloc backpack!