David Mizejewski found his old Star Wars action toys. So he did what anyone else would do: make an amazing Ewok diorama.Read the rest
Bring back memories of torn blister packs, fortunes lost, and legendary rocket-firing Boba Fetts with the new "Star Wars The Ultimate Action Figure Collection" book by Stephen Sansweet, keeper of the world's largest private collection of Star Wars stuff.
Seen at New York Comic-Con, which I'm presently attending: the forthcoming "Create Your Own Zombie Action Figure" kits, which are available for pre-order, and sport arms, legs, torsos, heads, chest prosthesis, and wardrobe items that you can mix and match to make the perfect zombie toy. The box-art is fantastic -- the whole package stopped at 20 feet and sucked me in. The gentleman working at the booth is also the mad genius behind the reissue of the classic Mego action figures, which include a number of contrafactual toys that were never released but should have been, "re-created" with pitch-perfect packaging and design.