When I was young, I was a huge Godzilla fan. There was nothing better than giant monsters destroying cities. Even today, I still love watching those cheesy movies and their modern remakes. That’s why I’m excited every time Revoltech releases one of these characters.
I finally found some Comic Series II! In the last few weeks, I’ve been mocked by more Classic and light-up armors than you would believe. I’ve been tortured by unusable $5 off stickers. I’ve looked through pegs and pegs of IM2 toys and not found much new… and it’s been kinda fun!
Masters of the Universe was inducted into the ToyFare Hall of Fame at WWPhilly today. And while we hope some original creators were on hand too, it did give Toy Guru the opportunity to reveal September’s Club Eternia Figure: Chief Carnivus. Official pics will be up Monday, but Pendragon’s Post
Do you know where you were when Mattel announced these 3pks? Do you even remember when it was? At SDCC? In ToyFare magazine? I don’t even remember anymore. I just remember Mattel seeing them and being excited about finally getting Cheetah, to get another shot at Shade, a Warhawk, a new Batman
As we work to make DCClassics.Com a complete review archive, we occasionally have to turn back the clock and review figures that were released before IAT was founded. This week, we’re taking a look at the third wave of DC Classics, the Solomon Grundy wave. I pieced Grundy together in late
In 1993, Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas hit theatres. Since then, NBX fans have been able to buy multiple DVDs, video games, t-shirts, bath towels, gum – an endless variety of products adorned with images of Halloween Town. If you’ve ever been to a Hot Topic, you’ve probably wondered what hasn’t
The Outer Space Men, the classic creation of Mel Birnkrant, are headed back into your collection as a new line sculpted and produced by Four Horsemen Studios. Here at IAT, we weren’t familiar with the original line and wanted to learn more about it to help us appreciate the new versions.
I couldn’t give you an exact age of when I got my first Lego set, but I they were some of my earliest toys. Looking back among my early sets, I can tell you I’ve always gravitated towards the Castle theme. Sure, I had some City and Space, but I always