Review Round-Up is back again with a look at the reviews from the first two weeks of April! The plan going forward will be for this feature to go bi-weekly. Once a week seems too often and once a month was just way too big! This week we’ve got a good spread with over a hundred links!
This round of reviews featured some major changes from the March Round-Up. The biggest shock to me was the end of Figure of the Day’s Daily Star Wars run! The amazing feat wound things up with Boshek (entry no. 2034) at the beginning of the month! That feature is going to be missed. Adam Pawlus did an amazing job and my hat is off to him. (Luckily, we’ve still got plenty of 16Bit goodness from him!)
Not too much to note otherwise. There’s a drop in G.I. Joe reviews, mostly due to JoeCon being earlier this month which kept the Joe sites busy. Some Marvel Universe reviews continue to pop out with me having no idea where to find those figures. And speaking of, where is everyone getting those Predator Dutch figures? I’m dying to snag him up, but just no luck yet. Finally, I’m excited to see Third Party TF reviews have a healthy section. I really need to get in gear and review the ones I have! And hey, is that a Xevoz review in the Miscellaneous section??
This round-up covers the first two weeks of April 2013 and includes 129 links reviews from thirty different sites! 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.
Do you know of (or run) a toy site that you think I’d enjoy? Let me know!
3 thoughts on “April Review Round-Up
(April 1st-14th) 129 Links!”
Thanks again for including Creature Cantina! Man it’s gonna take me a while to get through all these. I can only imagine how long it would take to POST them all!
. . . Just one thing, though: the Stinkor link doesn’t work. In fact, it takes people to a very family-unfriendly page.
This, I hope, provides the correct URL:
Stinkor / Furtsy Ferret Review
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