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If your childhood was/is anything like our own, a good majority of it was probably spent blowing up and/or incinerating action figures that totally had it coming, on account of being found guilty of being the bad guy or belonging to one of our siblings. Valve and NECA's shiny new Team Fortress 2 fi...

January 30th 2013 at 8:00am 0 Comments
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NECA's latest Valve figurine features a surprisingly smooth-skinned Gordon Freeman in a hazard suit, and comes with two sets of interchangeable hands, even though limb detachment is a feature we don't quite remember from Half-Life 2 (at least, not voluntary limb detachment).Freeman stands 7 inches a...

July 1st 2012 at 10:30pm 0 Comments
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Borderlands is getting the Barbie treatment with its own line of action figures from NECA, starting with Claptrap and the Psycho Bandit. The Borderlands Series 1 figurines are painted in an homage to the game's cel-shaded cartoon style, and while we wonder how the Psycho Bandit's pants can possibly...

April 29th 2012 at 7:00pm 0 Comments
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We first got a look at Halo 4's Master Chief with this epic picture of him being born from an exploding robot womb, and the physical version made by McFarlane Toys stays true to that rendition, right down to the placement of the chink in his armor. If Microsoft approves this prototype, Halo 4 will...

February 13th 2012 at 4:30pm 0 Comments
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You know that shrink ray you've been working on in your attic, Rick Moranis style? Well, rather than a boring old shrunken human, how would you like to be a shrunken Fox McCloud? An upcoming series of miniatures, set to debut in Japan only for now, could let you finally live out that dream. A new l...

January 4th 2012 at 5:00am 0 Comments
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Etsy user Voxelous has revealed a set of four two-inch Super Meat Boy figurines, crafted using a 3D printer, super glue and love. You can grab one for $12 (plus shipping), though be careful -- Team Meat reports that upon receiving the toys in the mail, "we both crapped our pants."

April 9th 2011 at 9:30pm 0 Comments
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Whether he's playing hero or villain in your personal technology drama, Apple CEO and marketer extraordinaire Steve Jobs likely has a role -- and now the dramatis persona has his very own action figure to help you act it out. For $80, Jobs comes complete with his trademark black turtleneck and riml...

November 20th 2010 at 5:39pm 0 Comments