Superhero Hype’s Best Amazon Toy and Collectibles Deals for Mar 1
Did your Valentine not gift you the right toys this year? Time to get those Easter present requests in. In this ongoing series, Superhero Hype takes a look at some of the better deals for Mar 1 that Amazon.com has running as of publication time. Please note that all deals are subject to change or sell out at any time based on supply and demand.
As the meme suggests, main characters on TV shows are in big trouble when Giancarlo Esposito shows up. Here he comes in 6-inch figure form to menace everyone’s favorite space baby.
Part of the Lucasfilm anniversary collection, this Jawa takes the Black Series sculpt, and repaints it and throws it into a cloth robe as tribute to the original Kenner execution. Soft goods are rare on figures like this, and give it a more real-world appearance.
Todd McFarlane got a chance to redesign Batman from scratch and it’s…something.
WandaVision is causing more viewers to discover and rediscover Age of Ultron, the movie which introduced both characters. For anyone who missed the smooth-talking, James Spader-voiced evil AI when he was a build-a-figure, here’s the chance to get a shiny redeco at a reasonable price. Who knows — depending on what happens this Friday, he could be back.
By the power of play-skill! He-Man, Teela and their foes are ready for buildable action in whatever brick-toy diorama you create for them.
Jon Snow battles a Wight and the Night King in this LEGO-ish diorama of the battle beyond the wall. Add the He-Man minifigs from our deal above to make it a battle for Eternia!
The phenomenon known as Animal Crossing finally gets some collectible figures that double as in-game additions for the Wii. Cyrus makes furniture, Reese makes clothes, and K.K. plays the tunes as players save their data to customize the amiibo for themselves.
Extremely hard to come by during its Walmart exclusive run, this two pack from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie is practically a steal at regular retail price. Cowabunga!
Maybe it’s the fact that she got replaced by a more famous actress in the X-Men prequels, but this figure of Rebecca Romijn as Mystique is ridiculously cheap for what it is. Based on digital scans of the actress, it captures her mutant likeness in minute detail. It’s a must-have for any Marvel Legends collector, especially at this discount of over $10 off.
This is the way to build your LEGO armies. LEGO products rarely ever do discounts, so now’s a good time to bulk up a Children of the Watch collection.
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