A Hulking Gladiator Hulk Figure, the Return of Tickle Me Elmo, and all the Best Toys of the Week

Second only to Toy Fair back in February, this past weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con brought us more toy news than our wallets can reasonably take. Many of the reveals were only available on the convention floor, but there will still plenty of announcements you can look forward to as we creep closer to the holidays. That’s right, July isn’t even over but it’s already time to start assembling those Christmas lists.


Hot Toys 1/6-Scale Thor: Ragnarok Gladiator Hulk and Roadworn Thor Figures

Marvel’s standalone Thor movies have largely been forgettable additions to the Avengers storyline. But Thor: Ragnarok looks fantastic, even if it’s nothing more than just a buddy-flick between Thor and the Hulk that’s spawned some wonderful 12 and 17-inch figures from Hot Toys. Each features the usual over-the-top attention to detail, sculpting, and accessories that Hot Toys is known for, including steep $243 and $355 price tags. [Sideshow Collectibles Gladiator Hulk and Roadworn Thor]


Blitzway Ghostbusters 1/6-Scale Ecto-1

At last year’s San Diego Comic-Con, Blitzway revealed a line of sixth-scale Ghostbusters figures featuring remarkably accurate likenesses of each character. The toymaker also teased a sixth-scale version of the Ghostbusters’ Ecto-1 large enough for those 12-inch tall figures to ride inside, and a year later we finally got our first look at it at this year’s Comic-Con. There are no pricing or availability details just yet, but you can expect this masterpiece, which features fully working lighting effects, to set you back hundreds and hundreds of dollars. [Facebook via Toyark]


Mondo 1/6th-Scale Batman: The Animated Series Batman Figure

We’re hesitant to get too excited about Mondo’s forthcoming 1/6th-scale Batman: The Animated Series figure line given it was first revealed at last year’s San Diego Comic-Con. But now that we’ve got an official image of the 12-inch figure, who will come with swappable hands, faces, and a small assortment of…

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