First up is a re-release of Soom's Chrom, with brown tan as one of the resin options. He's on their Super Gem body which, while not their largest, is still 65cm tall - and I've been holding off on adding any SD+ sized dolls to my collection for three years now. Still, I've admired this sculpt before, so it's tempting.
He'll be available for pre-order through the end of the month, so I have time to think it over.
Next up is Titan's upcoming (January 2015) release of a series of Dragon Age mini figures, to be sold as blind bags (or boxes). I'm generally grumpy about the idea of blind bags over the price of $2, but knowing my ridiculous fondness for the Dragon Age games (and the franchise as a whole) that fan-feeling is probably going to get the better of me.
I didn't follow SDCC this year (aside from checking for a couple of game demos), but when I noticed the new Monster High Vandala Doubloons, she ended up on my watch list as well (both because I like the pirate concept, and because she needs to join the figure-with-prosthesis collection).
And then last night I came across this Captain Britain throw pillow over on Studio6. It might not be my favourite piece of fan art, but I can't help but think that it would look fantastic in my Captain Britain-themed guest room...
And finally just this morning I was scanning recent posts over at toyhaven and discovered that Fewture/ArtStorm is putting out three figures based on characters from Fringe. I was slow to get into that show (I'm currently working my way through season 4), and I'd always wondered why there wasn't more merchandise.
|The Olivia isn't a great likeness, but the other two look decent.|
And that's it! At least for now...