The problem with having a favorite character is that it’s hard not to build an army of them on your toy shelves. Just when I thought I’d bought my last movie War Machine figure, Bandai hooks me with a new SH Figuarts version that I just
When Bandai announced they’d be doing an American inspired SH MonsterArts figure, I was all but certain that it would be a figure of Zilla, our own version of Godzilla. So imagine my pleasant surprise when they revealed King Kong from Peter Jackson’s 2005 interpretation.
July is almost here and that means a new wave of Nickelodeon’s TMNT figures will be hitting the stores soon. So the folks over at Playmates sent along their promotional pics and bios of the upcoming Rat King, and Cockroach Terminator figures.
There’s been a lot of RoboCop talk these last couple weeks with the announcement of new figures from both Hot Toys and NECA. It was a nice coincidence that I ran across my old Mez-Itz figures while going through storage, so I thought I’d make a
One figure I’ve been looking forward to for a while is the Giant God Warrior from Good Smile Co’s Figma line. Not only is he a visually interesting character, but he’s also the first collaboration between the Figma line and Studio Ghibli!
Before I delve further into my growing pile of imports I thought I’d get another piece of our most recent Matty box out of the way. So today’s review is for the evil Space Mutant Karatti from the New Adventures of He-Man cartoon.
I hope everyone had a good long Memorial Day weekend. I’m kicking off this week with another recently arrived import figure. So let’s take a look at Figma Pit, the angelic protagonist from Nintendo’s Kid Icarus franchise.
I received my second D-Arts Pokemon figure last week and I have very mixed feelings about it. While I wouldn’t call Charizard a bad figure, I really feel like they could have done a better job. So let’s take a look at the good and bad
While we wait for this month’s Matty box to arrive, I thought I’d go back and look at another Masters of the Universe Classics figure that we haven’t reviewed yet. So let’s take a look at King He-Man, our first real glimpse into the future of
If there’s one line I collect for no discernable reason, it’s definitely SH Figuarts Kamen Riders. I’ve never seen any of the series and know next to nothing about the characters, but for some reason I really love the Showa Era designs, especially with the amazing
Between the lack of uniquely sculpted subs figures and the focus on Nu52, it feels like the DC Classics line is wrapping up. All lines have to at some point, and it was a great run while it lasted. It’s just sad that there are still