We knew those hobbits and dwarves were minuscule, but this is just too preciousss! The Shire and its denizens get shrunken down to size via this surprisingly detailed set of Bilbo Baggins' home, whose roof can be removed for an inside peek. It's so detailed, in fact, that it even contains three little replicas of the maps our heroes use for their perilous journey. The set hits stores Dec. 1 ($70).
Not even the Eye of Sauron might find fault in Lego's intricately crafted minifigs of The Hobbit's fearless hero, his trusted wizard and their four dwarf allies: Dwalin, Bombur, Bofur and Balin.
This fantastic set can hang easily on any wall without causing damage and enables youngsters to put a Tumbler vehicle that's included down a supercool track which even sports a loop-the-loop! It retails for $24.99.
For the role player within, The Dark Knight Rises Cowl & Batarang set allows youngsters to gear up like their favorite superhero by slipping on the cowl and fighting baddies with the iconic Batarang.
He's bad, he's bald, he's Bane! Here's the basic action figure version.
Players can sink alien battleships in this forthcoming version of the popular game that takes its cues from the film.
Take your building skills to the world of the forthcoming Battleship movie with this new Kre-O set.
The classic two-person game gets a digital makeover that comes with cool lights and sound effects.
Mattel's QuickTek technology gives the Caped Crusader the ability to put on on armored protector in a snap by simply sliding down the included case over the figure. Lift it back up and everyone's favorite armored protector of the peace now has on specialized accessories.
The criminal mastermind has his own Quicktek technology that's sure to give the Bat a run for his money.
Meow! This catwoman action figure is hot stuff, but who's side is she on?
Stealth fusion Batman comes with a special endoskeletal "jointless" articulation that gives the figure not only an authentic look, but will certainly me a must-have for collectors.
Don't mess with these guys. They may be blockheads, but they're pretty fierce when it comes to waging war against an unwelcome E.T. armada.
Prepare for the invasion, toy fans. Here's a first glimpse of one of the alien warships that Liam Neeson and the rest of his Battleship crew must stop in order to save the world from certain doom. It retails for $29.99.
One of the Joes' most formidable villains is just as dangerous in miniature form.
Mattel is offering up a 14-inch version as part of its Dark Knight Rises Movie Masters series. Batman's arch-foe retails for $14.99 each.
Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson dropped by the toy industry's annual gathering to check out Hasbro's take on Roadblock, the character he plays in this summer's G.I. Joe: Retaliation. It's a pretty good likeness, don't ya think?
Erstwhile Wonder Woman star trades in her golden lasso to play covert ops specialist Lady Jaye in the G.I. Joe sequel.
With Mattel's Hot Wheels RC Tumbler Vehicle, kids will have plenty of fun using a radio controller to drive a miniature version of the tank-like Batmobile. It retails for $24.99.
Drop your QuickTek Batman figure in and off he goes in this flying vehicle, which features realistic battle sounds and has the ability to launch projectiles. It retails for $31.99.