Coheteboy, those are great. You could be like those Raiders Adaption guys, but instead do the whole movie with action figures!
As far as the Ark crate goes, I posted a link in one of my previous posts to plans/graphics for a custom crate you can build. It even has the burned Nazi logo.
I pretty much bought whatever Indy figures are currently available around here. I still want to get Indy with the Ark and I'll have a look around the local mall tomorrow. I guess Last Crusade and Temple of Doom toys are supposed to be coming out soon.
Is any collecting DC Classics Universe from Mattel? So far I have series one and two. My favorite one of them all, Gorialla Grodd.
I have series 1 but haven't opened them. Series two looks AMAZING but I haven't picked them up. I'm trying to figure out how to cut down and superheroes are the ones I'd like to cut. But man... they do look really really REALLY awesome.
Today, I picked up some new Futurama figures. Bender and Kif! Now my Zapp figure isn't so lonely.
Bender is just rad!
Each figure comes with a piece of the robot devil and Bender and Kif provided me with the final pieces to build him:
Here's a group shot:
And another joe figure I found today, Cobra Commander!
Here are my latest toys and these are Wall-E found this week at Toys Are Us.
First up is Transforming Wall in his box. No batteries required for this one:
And here he is changing from box shape to operational shape:
And now he opens the garbage door to show off his collection of garbage:
Next up is Dancing Wall-E. He makes his own sounds, talks and play music. You can also plug in an I-Pod or any MP3 portable device and the music will play through his speaker and he will dance to that music. He comes with a plastic tray you set him in to keep him from dancing away on a table top. Batteries Required:
In his Box:
And in various dancing modes. His eyes also light up as you can see in the first picture.
With my MP3 player plugged in (Plug wire is also included):
Here are two very short videos of him doing his thing. Just click on the image and it will take you Photobucket in a separate window to see him dance for a few seconds with sound.
Now for the biggest one (So far - no date yet for Ultimate Wall-E).
This is remote control and programable. He talks, goes forward/backward, turns, light up, has special effects and you can program up to 15 different moves and then press GO on the remote and he will do the instruction in order. Here is one thing to think about before you rush out and get this version. He moves very fast. He does not work well on carpets. You need a huge smooth floor in order for him not to run into things. On carpets he has a tendency to fall over backwards. His arms also move up and down and his head tilts and swivels while he is moving around. Very cool, but not good for a small apartment with lots of shelves and stuff (like mine ). Lots of batteries for this one as the remote also need batteries. They come with the toy, but are really only for the "Try Me" feature.
Here he is in his big box:
And some shots outside the box:
And here are all three in their boxes for size comparison:
Well that's it for now. I hope Ultimate Wall-E comes out soon, but not too soon.
thanks for the photos, Lost Boy! There's a lot of product surrounding this film. I really hope it does well!
And now it's my turn. Lost Boy probably already has these dollies.. it's Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger at Hogwarts.
And something I got a while ago but didn't get around to taking pictures of are Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! These are figures of the classic comic style, not the cartoon... hence the lack of color on their headbands.