A TOP 13: Shakespeare ’66 in a box, Pulp Fiction — and a Ted Knight action figure!

For the 2017 TOY FAIR INDEX of stories, click here.

My Diamond Select coverage is typically dominated by the company’s Batman ’66 output, so I’ll start there.

I’ve already told you that Robin will be the next statue in the line (click here for more info) but the most exciting thing was seeing the Shakespeare bust bank in the box:

I know that sounds crazy but it’s just an indication that it’ll be released pretty soon. Same with the Batphone bank.

It’ll be $85. Officially slated for summer but could be here sooner.

$29.99 and will be here soon. Officially slated for spring.

And for the helluvit, here are the Joker statue and next four busts. We’ve shown them to you before but it’s still nice to see them in the wild. (This is the first time we’ve seen Eartha Kitt Catwoman in person.)

Beyond that, I’ll let the pictures tell the story, with a TOP 13 gallery of items I dug the most.

Actually, that’s not really true. The item I dug the most in the entire Diamond booth I couldn’t show you because photos weren’t allowed pending final approvals. But it’s Christopher Walken’s Captain Koons from Pulp Fiction — complete with hassock, so he can “tell” this story (uh, NSFW):

Overall, Diamond’s new Pulp Fiction and Kill Bill lines are amazing. I can only show you three figures (below) but there’s also Vincent and Mia, who can be posed to dance, Jules in hosed-down beachwear, and many others. These are going to, pardon the phrase, kill.

Now here’s the TOP 13, in no particular order. (Some items have been seen before but I don’t care.)

Check out that interchangeable Charlie Cox/Matt Murdock head!

Speaking of uncanny…

Caddyshack Vinimates …

… including Ted Knight as Judge Smails. I MUST HAVE THIS.

A second Deadpool set is coming, with new threads, since the first sold out so quickly.

Robby the Robot Vinimate

I still think Watchmen anything is weird. Seeing them as Vinimates is no different. Still cool, though.

For the 2017 TOY FAIR INDEX of stories, click here.

Author: Dan Greenfield

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  1. Love Ted Knight,…but a retro Punisher with his receding hairline (not everyone can have perfect hair) in his original costume,…I’m in!

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