Never-made 1980s action figures turned Robin into Mad Max (and Batman…

In the 1980s, toy manufacturer Kenner produced the Super Power collection of action figures for DC Comics. In an effort to capitalize on the Mad Max craze, Kenner also drafted designs for a line of "anti-hero" toys that recast DC heroes like Superman and Wonder Woman as leather-sporting ruin dwellers. As you can see… » 2/05/11 7:30am 2/05/11 7:30am

Cloverfield Toy Revealed — Start Canceling Your Preorders

Paramount has finally allowed Hasbro to release images of the Cloverfield toy, probably thinking that they've milked almost every possible box office dollar out of the thing. But based on the new pics, it's hard to imagine anybody shelling out a hundred bucks for this thing. When you stumble of the the theater after… » 2/15/08 11:20am 2/15/08 11:20am

Cloverfield Toy Costs $100, Has Two "Interchangeable Heads"

Hasbro is going to release a 14-inch model of the Cloverfield monster, which will undoubtedly be one of the strangest toys ever made by the company known for G.I. Joe and Transformers. It'll cost a hundred bucks, and will feature over 70 "points of articulation," along with authentic sound effects, 10 parasites (alleged … » 1/22/08 7:00am 1/22/08 7:00am