Psst … the world’s best superheroes are convening in New York City this week.
Most of the plot details of Marvel's Iron Man 3 have been kept tightly under wraps so far, but a newly revealed tie-in toy might give us some clues about where Tony Stark's headed next.
Though we haven't really seen him in action yet, today we finally get a glimpse at the Kryptonian wardrobe of Man of Steel's Zod, courtesy of a sneak peek at some new toys.
As hard as a film studio may try to keep details under wraps, there's one avenue they can't control when it comes to leaks—the toy manufacturers. Thanks to the marketing onslaught expected to accompany the upcoming Man of Steel, we now have some precious details about Superman's latest adventure.
Got 800 extra hours to spare? Then maybe you, too, could craft this temple of awesomeness from two ingenious Batfans. Behold the beauty of this Bat-tastic creation (but don't call it a toy).
Former castaway Evangeline Lilly stole our hearts as the mysterious Kate on Lost, and now she hopes to kick our collective asses as the new elf warrior Tauriel in Peter Jackson's Hobbit trilogy. Want to finally see how she looks?
Yeah, you could go spend a bunch of money on some flashy, officially licensed action figures to show your love for your favorite sci-fi franchises. Or you could take a Barbie doll from the junk heap, apply a little ingenuity and a few spare parts, and craft your own Ripley-esque action hero Barbie ready to take on the Alien Queen.
Well, that elastic blonde beefcake from '70s toy heaven is one tug closer to film reality with the addition of The Crazies director Breck Eisner. With all the development push/pull, the poor guy's developed serious stretch marks. Let's hope he has time to heal.
Action figures are good for a lot of things. You can collect them mint in their boxes, you can play with them, or you can take them outside and strap them to bottle rockets. Photographer and teacher David Eger saw something more in his Star Wars toys, and the result is an art project you have to see.
It's not easy out there for anyone these days; even beloved heroes and henchmen are feeling the economic pinch. At least that's the gist of this photo series that captures some toys that need a little help.