/Superhero Hype’s Best Entertainment Earth Deals and Preorders for Sept 30

Superhero Hype’s Best Entertainment Earth Deals and Preorders for Sept 30

Superhero Hype’s Best Entertainment Earth Deals and Preorders for Sept 30

It’s time once again to explore this site’s partnership with a retailer more specifically focused on collectibles and superhero items, many of which prove impossible to procure on non-specialty sites. Entertainment Earth serves as home to many figures, statues, exclusives and more, tailored to our specific interests. And not just that — they also have several great deals going on at any given time. In our semi-regular feature, we highlight the best hot new items up for preorder, as well as the best clearance offers. Here are the best deals and preorders for Sept 30.


The Mandalorian draws heavily on the samurai comic Lone Wolf and Cub, previously filmed as Shogun Assassin, so this toy is a return to roots. Mando wears Japanese-style armor with a vintage musket and katana, as he pushes a top-knotted Grogu in his little cart. These fully articulated figures are sure to see high demand, so don’t delay in preordering.


The classic LJN figure with Battle-Matic action gets a NECA makeover. The price may look higher, but the upgraded detail even more so. Hasbro’s own plans for a Dungeons and Dragons figure line may seem stalled for now, but it seems they’ve outsourced for the ultimate in 7-inch fantasy action.


Leonardo’s seeing red, and no longer feeling blue. Mainly because this version is based on the original comics, prior to the animated series everyone knows. Super-articulated and posed on a manhole cover, the TMNT leader is into more fighting and less pizza. And of course he still retains his trusty swords. He’s gone down even more in price since last we listed him, too.


For those who open their figures, this deal looks hellishly good. Standing at around 13 inches tall, the translucent fire demon works as a giant alongside Marvel Legends figures. But he can also stand as an equal alongside 12-inch toys. Hold him up to the light and watch the flame details come into focus. Pose him wielding the giant sword, or preparing to grab and punch a foe. Asgard beware.


Build a royal army for King Randor with this member of the Eternian infantry. Equip him for battle, customize him with other figure parts, or make him into a mustache-less vintage Man-at-Arms.


If Skeksis weren’t so evil, they might claim to be unfairly discriminated against for being so ugly. But as it happens, their outward appearances mostly match their souls. Want to make your home a much scarier place? Grab this monstrous statue at a damaged package discount, and give visitors nightmares as they behold The Dark Crystal universe’s big bad.


Anyone who missed out on this set the first time will get another shot soon enough. Two of the X-Men universe’s biggest heavy-hitters go head-to-head in a Marvel Legends battle pack. Deadpool 2 brought their struggle to live-action, but these comic versions include alternate heads, helmets, and hands. You pick the winner.


Yee-haw It’s a cowboy Transformer! Crashing in the wild west, this intergalactic bounty hunter is now an expert marksman hunting down Optimus Prime. He transforms into a futuristic car, but also sports voice-activated “Battle Call” light-up effects. Stands 5.5 inches tall.


Seventeen bucks is a bargain to own a fold-up replica of Michael Keaton’s Batarang. At that price, nobody expects it to soar through the air and come back, but it will look incredibly cool while flipping open. And it comes with a display stand.


Three Star Wars figures for thirty bucks. Great deal, especially at current prices. Hasbro designed the set with Haslab’s Sail Barge in mind, but they work for any skiff or Jabba’s palace diorama too.

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