Funko never disappoints at the New York Toy Fair and 2019 was no exception. Literally hundreds of figures, accessories, apparel, and more were shown off over a multitude of franchises. From Cuphead, to Kingdom Hearts, to Avatar: The Last Airbender, there’s certainly an item that you’re just frothing at the mouth to get! Continue reading The Latest, Greatest, and Upcoming Funko Figures at New York Toy Fair 2019
What was once PlayStation Experience exclusives, the Stubbins line of adorable chibi-inspired stuffed characters has fully transformed into a plethora of beauty. Franchises like Destiny, Fallout, Megaman and Viewtiful Joe (crazy throwback, right?!), and more are all showcased. Check them out here!
Capcom has approved a slew of new Mega Man merchandise over the past year, but this model kit is by far the most depressing. Continue reading This May Be The Most Depressing Model Kit Ever
With hundreds of Funko Pop figures showcased during the New York Toy Fair this year, a sizable amount of them were from video game franchises. From Overwatch, to Doom, and even Mass Effect: Andromeda – here are 55 figures in all their funko-fied glory!
Legions of fans are still holding out for a new MegaMan game, let alone Mega Man X — but this new action figure is sure to make the wait easier. Continue reading Mega Man X LIVES! New Collectible Announced
Video games are awesome. Yeah, that’s a blanket statement — but you wouldn’t be reading this if you didn’t agree on some level! That said, do you know what isn’t awesome? Video games adapted for other forms of media. Movies are notoriously hit or miss, but that’s a tired subject. No, the topic of today’s long-winded list is going to be cartoons based on video games — but more specifically, the diamonds in the rough that are frequently overlooked. Care to cast your eye on these hidden gems? Continue reading Top 5 Underrated Video Game Cartoons
Rock blinks — his optical sensors readjusting to what lies ahead. His blue, dome-shaped helmet is cracked just above his right eye. The fingers of his right hand twitch, tiny servos whirring while gripping the left hand — currently in buster mode, formed into a cannon. Emitting a red light from the cannon’s maw, Rock charges as much energy as possible into the next blast… but as he blinks again, one thought occurs to him:
This must be what real fear is like. Continue reading Gaming’s Fiction Addiction: Mighty MegaMan