It’s not easy to make a perfect replica of a toy that only appeared in a movie as a computer-generated creation, but Medicom has gone above and beyond the call of duty to ensure that its new Woody figure is the most screen accurate Toy Story replica you can buy.
Whenever you see a new "Retro" toy coming out, it's usually always a riff on the classic Kenner-esque action figure of the 70's and 80's: Big head, 5 joints of articulation, and so on. These DC toys are a little different though, opting for the retro look of Japanese toys, rather than US ones.
I mean sure, Medicom's new Dark Knight Joker is a wonderful little toy in and of itself - but even with that, it's the spot-on packaging really sells it.
When the New 52 revamped the DC comics universe in 2011, one sticking point with fans was some of the new looks for the companies most popular characters, especially the overdesigned suits. But Medicom might have actually made Batman and Superman look pretty great with these new figures!
Blade Runner might not seem like the first movie that you think of kidsy, cute merchandising opportunities, but this Police Spinner is just goddamn loveable. It's even got a 'Pull Back and Go!' feature!
Medicom's range of 'MAFEX' toys based on the Dark Knight trilogy are well known for their hyper-articulation - but the latest figure in the series looks like the hyper-articulation is doing her no favours.
ToysREvil has the scoop on a limited edition pair of Daft Punk Bearbricks, meant to coincide with the release of Daft Punk's Alive 2007 CD. Medicom will release 3000 of these toys on December 5, package them with a copy of the CD and sell it for 5250 Yen ($48), presumably in Japan. The Bearbricks also come housed in a…
Bang & Olufsen doesn't just make high-end *cough overpriced cough* audio equipment, they also design medical gadgets. Their C-Cap is meant to improve medication adherence by reminding diabetics and other patients requiring injected medication when to take the next dose, while housing the medication for convenience.
Just when we thought Bang & Olufsen was a completely useless company (well, except for that cool design thing they do), the company's medical devices division puts together Helping Hand. Medicom's electronic tablet dispenser nags forgetful patients to take their pills by sending a signal to a PC or cellphone via USB…