Review Round-Up
(November 26th-December 2nd)

We almost made it a week without someone reviewing Dogpound & Fishface from the new TMNT line… almost. We’ve got the usual mix this week, but some highlights include three reviews of Castle Grayskull Man, two Figma Link reviews, and a couple sites with a strange S.L.U.G. Zombie fascination.

This week the list includes twenty-nine different sites and features seventy reviews! Reviews are categorized by major brands, independent releases such as Onell or Spy Monkey are listed under the same “7th Market” heading we use for our own reviews, and smaller brands are grouped together under Miscellaneous. As always, offsite reviews do not necessarily reflect the views of IAT or its staff.

7th Market

Beast Saga

DC Comics

G.I. Joe


Marvel Comics

Masters of the Universe


Star Wars



Transformers Third Party


Do you know of (or run) a toy site that you think I’d enjoy? Let me know!


9 thoughts on “Review Round-Up
(November 26th-December 2nd)

  1. could Dekker’s boots be used for Sea Hawk?

    and why are there no Game of Thrones jokes with Burger King Robert/Randor and Queen Marlena/Cersei there?

  2. You know, I asked about undertaker fig right here on IAT and specified about the entrance gear that he in fact did NOT come with… Assclowns.

    1. Is Mattel done with those defining moments figures? I imagine they’ll do another one of Taker so we can get that pretty sweet looking entrance attire.

      1. i haven’t seen any new defining moments on the docket for the time being, but i suppose they could have been holding back for NYTF… i wouldn’t hold my breath though.

        1. I haven’t read anything official, but it seems they’re done with the line. Damn shame, too, it was my favorite toy line last year. As far as getting Taker’s WM28 entrance attire, it might be possible if he wears it again, but I doubt Mattel will release another WM28 figure.

  3. Hahaha! We kept the streak going! I bet Playmates is pleased; this has to be the biggest success they’ve had with collectors since the Simpsons line. You can barely find most of the basic figures in the major stores in my area, with Kmart being the lone holdout. Stay strong Kmart! People will remember you exist eventually!

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