Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9’s weekly round up of the toys that we’ll be buying immediately after we’re done staring at everything at San Diego Comic-Con next week. While there’s all that ahead of us, right now we’ve got Lego Movie 2 sets, a very stylish Half Life hero, and, as always, adorable p Advertisement The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part Sets As San Diego Comic-Con draws near, Lego is drumming up excitement for new details about its forthcoming sequel by revealing threw new sets that will premiere with the film—and that’s it. There are no descriptions, no names, no details on availability, and no price tags. But several of the minifigure characters revealed here can be spotted in the first trailer that came out last month. Hopefully Lego will share more at Comic-Con, and explain what happened to Metal Beard the pirate. [Twitter] Advertisement The Return of Mego Action Figures Long before Star Wars revolutionized movie marketing, finding action figure versions of your favorite TV or movie characters was all but impossible. At least until the 1970s, when a company called Mego produced a line of fully clothed eight-inch posable dolls featuring everyone from Wonder Woman to… Read full this story
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