Incredibles 2 - Cosbaby (S) Series From Hot Toys

by Jay Cochran
September 21, 2018
It’s been about 14 years since The Incredibles made its debut on the big screen, and the eagerly-awaited sequel is coming back in this summer. Throughout these years, the super-family grapples with balancing their quiet domestic life and superhuman abilities! While Elastigirl is preparing her return to the superheroes team, Mr. Incredibles is trying to survive as a perfect stay-at-home dad but soon discovered baby Jack-Jack’s secret emerging superpowers…

The newly introduced Incredibles 2 Cosbaby Series stand approximately 8.5 - 12cm tall includes the fan-favorite super Parr family each with different inborn special power, Edna Mode the super-suit designer as well as Hot Toys original character, Movbi in the most eye-catching red and black jumpsuit.

A collectible set with five Parr members suit up in their Incredibles hero suit is available whereas Elastigirl and Dash moving in supersonic speed comes exclusively. The star family features muscular Mr. Incredible and the speedster Dash with twistable waist, Elastigirl comes in extended arms with embedded wires allowing a variety of poses, while teenage Violet with translucent lower body and super powerful Jack-Jack and Mr. Incredible with rotatable eye balls!

In addition to the Incredibles family set, Edna Mode and Jack-Jack Cosbaby (S) Collectible Set are offered to fans features a smiling Jack-Jack sitting in his baby diaper and the designer Edna Mode who altered the traditional design of the superhero’s custom.

The recently debuted Hot Toys’ original character Movbi who enjoys the movies will return in this series. A special box of two including baby Jack-Jack with translucent fire effect and Movbi dressed up in the iconic Incredibles suit will be available for purchase as well.

Two alternative version of Jack-Jack are also included in this series, Jack-Jack with transparent eyes that imitate the laser eyes in the movie, and angry Jack-Jack with eye ball rotation function.

Pick up everyone’s favorite family of superheroes in Incredibles 2 that engineered to play to kids and grown-ups in equal measure.
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sXeblues - 2018-09-28 @ 2:28 am
14 hours ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

I would say your lucky but I enjoy getting free food from them, my aunt is a much better cook than I am ?

LOL, free food is always and forever a good thing! ?

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-27 @ 11:52 am
11 hours ago, sXeblues said:

LOL, my closest relatives live halfway across the country, so thankfully that isnt an issue for me. But man, judging by the way my aunts and uncles are when they visit, that would be a nightmare! ?

I would say your lucky but I enjoy getting free food from them, my aunt is a much better cook than I am ?

sXeblues - 2018-09-27 @ 12:04 am
8 hours ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

Well I live near a lot of my extended family so to avoid awkward conversations about politics or jobs we all pretty much silently agreed to only ever talk about media related things whenever theres a get-together so there have been times where like my aunt will ask someone if they saw a movie that she absolutely loved and if they say no we'd all have to drop everything and go to the theater which has become a tradition every Christmas for my family ?

LOL, my closest relatives live halfway across the country, so thankfully that isnt an issue for me. But man, judging by the way my aunts and uncles are when they visit, that would be a nightmare! ?

sXeblues - 2018-09-26 @ 11:57 pm
8 hours ago, JonD7 said:

Ah dude, yeah that's exactly what I do, I binge watch so much stuff... the most cheeseball TV show I watched was Farscape, hahaha! the DC shows are quite bad as well but I still somehow enjoy them.

I'll look into Newhart and I do remember Taxi but never got a chance to really watch it, I have to try to fix that.

I have fond memories of Farscape! I never got to see the entire series, as I wound up cutting off my cable a while ago, since I was watching more content streaming and online, etc. But yea, it was a pretty fun show.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-26 @ 4:03 pm
1 hour ago, sXeblues said:

Ive never felt harassed, but especially doing the whole social media / Youtube thing, it has certainly gotten my goat more times than I can count, to be out of the loop on some of that stuff. Mostly the big comic book movies, as those are what I really care about watching. And when I miss them, I wouldnt say Ive ever fell pray to pressure from others, but the pressure I put on myself, and the resultant stress, because I couldnt be a part of that group discussion, that was, and sometimes still is, definitely not what I signed up for.

Well I live near a lot of my extended family so to avoid awkward conversations about politics or jobs we all pretty much silently agreed to only ever talk about media related things whenever theres a get-together so there have been times where like my aunt will ask someone if they saw a movie that she absolutely loved and if they say no we'd all have to drop everything and go to the theater which has become a tradition every Christmas for my family ?

JonD7 - 2018-09-26 @ 3:42 pm
49 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

Man, that sucks... When I was dealing with the staph infection, the only thing I could really do was watch movies, tv shows, Youtube videos, etc. I actually marathoned the entire series of the sitcom Newhart, over the summer. And then the first few seasons of Taxi shows I remembered from my youth. That was really my only respite, sometimes. It helps to just get lost in that stuff.

Ah dude, yeah that's exactly what I do, I binge watch so much stuff... the most cheeseball TV show I watched was Farscape, hahaha! the DC shows are quite bad as well but I still somehow enjoy them.

I'll look into Newhart and I do remember Taxi but never got a chance to really watch it, I have to try to fix that.

sXeblues - 2018-09-26 @ 2:40 pm
1 hour ago, JonD7 said:

? Sorry to hear about that! I have a rare bone disease and my body just went down hill when I turned 26, so yeah action figures, movies and video games is all I can do to keep myself busy, haha.

Man, that sucks... When I was dealing with the staph infection, the only thing I could really do was watch movies, tv shows, Youtube videos, etc. I actually marathoned the entire series of the sitcom Newhart, over the summer. And then the first few seasons of Taxi shows I remembered from my youth. That was really my only respite, sometimes. It helps to just get lost in that stuff.

sXeblues - 2018-09-26 @ 2:26 pm
2 hours ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

Yeah I used to love going to the movies, skip class, go on weekends, run into friends, the theater used to be a very chill place. Nowadays I feel like social media is pressuring people to see every single movie that comes out, everyone wants to review them so they can tell everyone what they think and people feel like if they don't see a movie then they will be left out or harassed if they don't have some sort of opinion.

Ive never felt harassed, but especially doing the whole social media / Youtube thing, it has certainly gotten my goat more times than I can count, to be out of the loop on some of that stuff. Mostly the big comic book movies, as those are what I really care about watching. And when I miss them, I wouldnt say Ive ever fell pray to pressure from others, but the pressure I put on myself, and the resultant stress, because I couldnt be a part of that group discussion, that was, and sometimes still is, definitely not what I signed up for.

JonD7 - 2018-09-26 @ 12:49 pm
13 hours ago, sXeblues said:

Im sorry to hear that, man... I spent the majority of 2016, and some of 2017, bedridden, due to a massive staph infection that ravaged the hell out of my body, keeping me almost entirely debilitated. I definitely feel for you, there.

? Sorry to hear about that! I have a rare bone disease and my body just went down hill when I turned 26, so yeah action figures, movies and video games is all I can do to keep myself busy, haha.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-26 @ 12:03 pm
28 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

Im right there with you on that... I knew it was starting to get bad when I began eagerly looking for the matinee prices that my grandparents used to insist upon. The last movie I saw in my one local theater was probably Winter Soldier. At least, thats the first one that comes to mind. I mean, I wasnt even aware of the aspect of assigned seating until I saw a movie reviewer on Youtube mentioning that that was a thing now, lol. I used to long for trips to the movies, as a kid. And occasionally, the nostalgia for it will well up inside me again. But, Im much happier watching stuff at home. Even if thats only the basic DVDs.

Yeah I used to love going to the movies, skip class, go on weekends, run into friends, the theater used to be a very chill place. Nowadays I feel like social media is pressuring people to see every single movie that comes out, everyone wants to review them so they can tell everyone what they think and people feel like if they don't see a movie then they will be left out or harassed if they don't have some sort of opinion.

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