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
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
With the SH Monsterarts Destoroyah released and King Kong almost here, I thought I’d take a quick look at one of the early items in the line. The Mechagodzilla effects parts and Garuda aircraft have easily become my favorite bonus set so far, even at its
It seems like Noisy and I could do a month of Transformers reviews if we combined our purchases, but that would get pretty boring for everyone. So today I’m taking a break from my growing pile of TFs to take a look at my newest Japanese
Even though the end of the year is coming up, there are still plenty of great toys making their way in under the wire. One of my favorite lines this year has been Bandai’s SH MonsterArts and they’re definitely going out on a high note with
Theme weeks are always fun, but they sometimes put me a little behind on reviews I really wanted to get to. I have some really great Transformers, Figuarts, and LEGO Minifigures articles coming down the pike. But before that I thought I’d get the newest S.H. MonsterArts figure
I’m following up our Reviewapalooza II week with a figure from one of my favorite toy lines, Bandai of Japan’s S.H. MonsterArts. I never expected the line be so extensive that I’d get a Little Godzilla figure. But I’m certainly glad they made him, even if he isn’t
I didn’t want all that much from San Diego Comic Con this year. There was the annual Mattel offerings of MOTU Classics (which I got), and Monster High (which I didn’t get). Other than that, my only real target was Bluefin’s SH Monsterarts Godzilla exclusive.
I was pretty excited this week, waiting for my mailman to deliver the next figure in Bandai’s SH Monsterarts line. Even though Space Godzilla isn’t one of my favorite characters, I love it when my kaiju shelf grows. They just look so cool when all together.
There are only three episodes left of Gokaiger and then it’ll be over. So I thought I’d celebrate its ending by reviewing my Gokai Green figure, and also paying for my Gokai Silver which was just released this week. Now just the two girls left.
I’ve always been more than a little tempted by the robotic figures from the Virtual On video game series. With the addition of a Miku Hatsune design to the line, I decided to check out the rather lengthily named Composite Ver. Ka VR-014/HD Fei-Yen HD and have it for today’s review.
I know I must be getting old because it seems like this year just flew by, and it looks like I’m doing the final 2011 review. Surprise, it’s an import! I’m a little behind on Gokaiger reviews, so I’ll get Gokai Blue in before next year begins.