New ultra-realistic Hot Toys feature Marty McFly, Rocket, Groot and moreThe newest batch Hot Toys available from Sideshow bring us lifelike versions of Marty McFly, Rocket and Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America from Avengers: Age of Ultron and a version of Batman directly based on the game Arkham City.
Hello once again friends. I'm Jeff Bakalar and I'm joined here by four very special friends. That's right. It's time for another selection of amazing hot toys courtesy of our friends over at Sideshow. These figures are set to start shipping this summer. And if you like anything you see here, you can preorder them over at sideshowtoy.com. All right, let's start things off with a double set featuring Rocket and Groot from Guardians of the Galaxy. Groot's fingers are even bendable and you can even position Rocket on Groots shoulder like I did here or display them separately. They look just like they did in the movie. That's pretty amazing. Sideshow features an exclusive add in too. You'll get the baby potted Groots if you buy through the website. Now the set goes for $360 for both Groot and Rocket. Up next is another Marvel character, Captain America, just as he's portrayed in Avengers, Age of Ultron. Cap features a movie realistic uniform, an extra head sculpt and my favorite part, a magnetic shield that can be positioned a number of different ways. He can wear it on the front or the back. Captain America goes for $2225. Hot off the heels of the latest Batman video game Arkham Night. Hot Toys is set to release Batman's likeness from the previous Rocksteady Studios title Arkham City. If your a fan of the game this figure comes with nearly every gadget included in the game, the baterange, explosive gel gun, the line launcher and many more. And you could own the Batman from Arkham city for $230. And of course I've saved my favorite for last. It's the first time Hot Toys has ever used the Back To The Future license Obviously we're looking at Marty McFly from the first film, complete with his iconic skateboard, outfit, and camcorder that he uses to film Doc's time travel experiment the first thing in the film. The included accessories are enough to make any fan flip out. They've got Marty's watch, his Walkman headphones. Even a Save The Clocktower miniature flyer. Yes, it's Jennifer's handwritten note on the back. Better yet, the sideshow exclusive packing, is Marty's guitar from the beginning of the movie. And of course hot toys is making a DeLorean time machine for early sometime next year, but you can buy Marty's right now for $225, that does it for this round of amazing hot toy's creations A huge thank you goes out to Sideshow for supplying us with these fantastic figures. Be sure to check out Sideshowtoy.com for these items and hundreds and hundreds of others on sale on that site. I'm Jeff Bakalar for cNet. Thanks so much for watching. [MUSIC] [NOISE] [MUSIC]