I’m a little behind on 7th Market releases lately, but I was overjoyed when a box arrived from Spy Monkey Creations last week! Inside was their newest release (Dropping today), Bloodlust Umbreus! I liked him before, but SMC is speaking to me with a slick black & red color scheme &
Another convention has come & gone and that means it’s time for a little Armchair Coverage here at IAT! I was away this weekend, but I came home & dived in to the news, taking some notes along the way. Some lines had big news while others seemingly forgot
When my first Glyan arrived a year ago, he quickly became one of my favorite Glyos figures. I waited on the review hoping to pick up some older Glyans I’d missed. Then I held off waiting on new ones. Well, I’m up to more than two dozen now. I should probably
Back in February, I reviewed OMFG Series 1 from October toys. The initial release saw some great colorways including the basic flesh, Kickstarter black, and site exclusives in light blue, royal blue, yellow, & green. In the months since, a few more colors have popped up. Let’s have a look see.
One of the things I really admire about Matt Doughty, aside from his amazing eye for design, is his willingness to take risks. His latest push of the envelope is the Core Block, Wedge, and Switch Pin. Three deceptively simple creations that have become
This week has been so crazy that I lost track what day it was! I did remember to mark the calendar today though! Spy Monkey Creations is dropping three new colorways this afternoon at 12pm PST. I’ve got a quick review, links to better reviews, and all the info right here.
This is another one of those times where I don’t know if it’s fair to call this a review. I’ve previously reviewed both the Callgrim and the Warp Bike, so this article is more about revisiting those two particular toys and showing them off in their latest colorway: glow-in-the-dark!
I’m still off (hopefully) enjoying the northern Midwest, but it’s Thursday and time for a 7th Market review! It seems like I’ve always got a variety of 7th Market stuff to post about these days, but I thought we’d spend another week on Onell Design’s EMD drop. Today, the Rig Runner!
I’m still working my way through Onell Design’s January drop and vinyl was a really big component of that sale, so let’s wander in that direction today. I’m going to take a look at the Heavy Armored Rig (Experimental Mechanics Division) along with some extra parts via the EMD Conversion Kit.
With the plethora of recent 7th Market releases (SMC, OSM, OMFG!), it’s been awhile since I’ve gotten to review Glyos! I try not to open toys until closer to their review, so I’ve been dying to get caught up. Let’s jump back into the Glyos System with the Gendrone Shock Force!
It looks like we made it! No, I’m not singing along with Barry Manilow (not that I’ll admit to anyway), but Review-A-Palooza concludes with our tenth review and we saved a pretty sweet set of toys for last: the Infinity Editions of Outer Space Men Wave 3: Commander Comet and Mystron!
We’re kicking off Review-A-Palooza with a review I’ve wanted to get to for awhile, the DRT Warp Bikes from Rawshark Studios. These figure and bike sets were released in late 2011 and defined a new “high end” for Glyos-based product. I ordered one and quickly discovered I had to have both.