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,
While convention season is pretty much over stateside, Japan had a big one up its sleeve with Tamashii Nations 2012! Bandai of Japan has been garnering a large portion of my collecting interest over the last couple years, and the 2013 reveals
With my glut of Transformers reviews over, I’m going back to take a look at a few imports that I passed over. Today’s figure was an impulse buy. I was itching to spend some money, so I took a chance on a
Tamashii Features is Bandai’s own personal toy show, showcasing the new projects and properties that they will be releasing in the following year. Our man in Japan, Robert Baldwin, took some time to check out all that Bandai had to offer. All
I preordered Masked Rider months ago as an impulse buy. Unfortunately for me (but mostly for my wallet), I didn’t realize just how many of my preorders were going to be filled in the last month of the year! December’s already been an expensive month, and we’re
It’s convention season and ItsAllTrue is kicking off our convention coverage with a look at Tamashii Feature’s Summer 2011 show. This year Bandai’s showing off plenty of Gundam, Kamen Rider, Super Sentai (Power Rangers), Godzilla and more to whet your toy collecting appetites.
I was really happy with my Kamen Rider Skull figure, so I decided to try out another one. This time I went with something a little different though. Instead of S.H. Figuarts, Kamen Rider Siren was made by MAX Factory for their Figma line, and the
Well, I did it again. I’ve purchased another figure that I know nothing about. So my review today is going to be another one of those odd ones where I showcase just how little I know about the character of my newest toy. But who needs back-story
Just before Winter Wonder Festival 2011, we put out an open call for questions to ask the various companies that attended the show. Our own Robert Baldwin caught up with many of the company representatives and got a few interesting answers and some big news concerning the future of the Sci-Fi Revoltech line.
Over the weekend IAT’s very own Robert Baldwin (a.k.a. Dorkey, on our forums) was kind enough to brave the cold weather and long lines to bring us coverage of the newest and coolest toys that will be coming out of Japan this year. So check out part 1 of our Winter Wonder Fest galleries, with more to come later this week.