Welcome back to the toy aisle, io9’s regular round-up of the latest and greatest – and obviously, this week, the most fluffy – toys. We have trips to Spider-Verse, Lego is getting very silly with some tools that can’t be built, and honestly, just lots and lots of soft things to cuddle, variants or otherwise. Check it out!
Sentinel Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Penny Parker and SP // dr
Sentinel’s last time in Into The Spider-Verse is an unusual but very fun duo. Here’s a mechanical Penny Parker suit, SP // dr, it’s an action figure— completely poscapable, all the way to its manipulators, and with multiple parts of the helmet to replicate different emotions, which can be illuminated by built-in LEDs. Alas, it is actually Penny who is the accessory here: instead of being an articulated figure, she is a statically placed figurine. That works reduce the price, although this will still give you back some of the money when it is released in June next year: SP // dr and Penny will cost about $ 100. [d4toys]
Lego Star Wars Luke Skywalker’s lightsaber
If you’re still unsure about spending $ 800 on the Lego new set Ultimate Collector Series AT-AT, here’s another feature that could sweeten the deal. Through Lego Chinese social media channels the company has revealed that the new Luke’s Lightsaber set of 173 pieces (it’s not actually Luke’s) will be included as a gift with the purchase UCS AT-AT. However, it will only be available from November 26 to December 25, and there is a good chance that stocks will run out before Christmas arrives.
Kidrobot Yummy World Zoey and YumYumables Interactive Plush
Although many parents feel that they are not exactly the healthiest meal options, going to school and opening a paper bag to find Lunchables kit waas a win in the lunch lottery. It’s even harder to hate a bunch of crackers and cheese when everyone has giant dog eyes, and we just want to eat to the last YumYumables from Kidrobot— Although it is not recommended because they are all plush toys. I can still agree thanks to Velcro, and the $ 55 set includes its own plush packaging that you’ll never want to throw away.
Lego collection x Target Snow & Sand and kits for building snow characters
You can’t buy any until December 4, but Lego and Target are collaborated on a new collection exclusively for the latter stores that incorporate Lego into everything from a new clothing line, through household supplies, to a few great construction kits perfect for when the snow starts to fall. The $ 30 kit for building snow and sand includes several brick-shaped snow molds, overA Lego shovel the size of a Lego flag with a pole on top of your frozen fortress. The $ 30 kit for making snow characters it comes with 25 smaller pieces that can be used to groom and turn a snowman into a giant Lego mini figure, including a top hat, hard hat and oversized walkie-talkie recreation in the shape of a minifig.
ShopDisney Loki Alligator Loki plush
Like Baby Yoda before that, everyone fell in love with the alligator Loki when the reptilian variant appeared in Marvel’s latest Disney + live game offering, Loki. And like Baby Yoda before that once again, it took a while Disney and Marvel it take advantage of that attraction with a pile of merchandise. They are strong with this size thoughcapable plush replica. Measuring 31 “long from sfrom the tip to the tip of the tail,, The Loki plush alligator has shells and a textured fabric that will, unlike the real Loki alligator, make it wonderful to lift and squeeze. Plush costs $ 55 and is available now. [ShopDisney]
Royal Selangor Beskar Ingot Credit Card Wallet
It is probably best that no one is paid in Bescar ingots in our galaxy, because ATMs would be the size of a warehouse. But if you want to feel like one of the 1% Mandalorian, this $ 80 Beskar Ingot credit card wallet from Royal Selangora is the next best thing. It’s not actually made of Bescar, but it has a similar Damascus-like steel finish as the fictional material. Sideshow website it doesn’t reveal what the wallet is actually made of – hopefully made of lightweight but sturdy material – but it can hold up to seven credit cards at once.
Steiff samurai bears
German Steiff has been making teddy bears since teddy bears are a thing, and to help celebrate 120 years since they were made, the company in Japan is releasing two specially collector’s plush dresses dressed in elegant and intricately woven samurai armor. The pair is specifically designed to be set up and exhibited on Children’s Day in Japan. They’re cute, but are they around $ 1,100 sweet (125,000 yen) —apiece?
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