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DIY Zombie Customizable Action Figure Kit

DIY Zombie Customizable Action Figure Kit

The trouble with zombie-related goods is that everyone has their own idea — or ideas — of what the undead might look like. The DIY Zombie Customizable Action Figure Kit ($60) overcomes this by letting you decide for yourself. Included inside are three eight-inch articulated bodies, five different heads, two pairs of hands, one pair of "just bitten" and one pair of "really rotten" arms and legs, an extra chest prosthetic, a business suit, some medical scrubs, a lab coat, two pairs of shoes, and instructions. All you need is paint, scissors, patience, and imagination. Oh, and a camera to capture your creations.

  • Helo TC Assault

    How do you make a phone-controlled toy helicopter even better? Give it missiles, of course. The Helo TC Assault ($60) is an updated version of Griffin's prior mini helicopter, and is controlled via an app and "Flight Deck" module that gets plugged into the headphone jack of your iOS or Android device. Tap away to fire up to six missiles at your unexpected targets, then tap the new Auto Land button to bring her down safely once the mission is complete. Arriving this spring.

  • Ichiban Custom Lego Kits

    The crazy kids at Lego do a pretty good job of giving us interesting items to build, but what if the thing you're lusting after — a Lego DeLorean, for instance — isn't available? That's where these Ichiban Custom Lego Kits ($15-$800) come in. Painstakingly designed, each kit arrives with all the brand-new, official Lego elements needed to recreate the design, but many also arrive with an instruction booklet — otherwise available as a PDF download — and a collector's box. They might lack some of the polish seen on Lego's most impressive kits, but if you're looking to build a replica of the U.S.S. Enterprise, the Batpod, or the Nebuchadnezzar, they're the only game in town.