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Vault Review: Revoltech
Takeya Gundari Myoo


Vault Review: Revoltech Takeya
#13, Juichi Kamen Kannon


Vault Review: Revoltech Metal
Gear Solid, Naked Snake


Wonder Festival Winter 2013
(Updated February 18th!)


Vault Review: Revoltech
Takeya Fujin & Raijin


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Summer 2012 (Part 3)


Vault Review: Revoltech
Takeya Part 5, Jikokuten


Vault Review: Revoltech
Takeya #003, Ashura


Vault Review: Revoltech
Takeya #002, Komokuten


Vault Review: Revoltech
Takeya Part 1, Tamonten


Wonder Festival
Winter 2012 (Part 3)


Wonder Festival
Winter 2012 (Part 1)


Vault Review: Revoltech #114
Alucard from Hellsing


Vault Review: Revoltech’s Pixar Figure Collection #02, WALL-E


2011 Retrospective:
Our Five Favorite Figures

Vault Review: The Lost World’s
T-Rex (Sci-Fi Revoltech #29)


Wonder Festival
Summer 2011 – UPDATE!


Vault Review: Gigan
(Sci-Fi Revoltech #023)


I was really looking forward to the twenty-third figure in the Sci-Fi Revoltech line. Not only is Gigan one of Godzilla’s main enemies, but he’s a fairly prominent kaiju. Surely his solicitation signified that the Sci-Fi line was moving on to the more prominent and popular members of the Godzilla-verse, right?

Wonder Festival Winter 2011
Questions & Answers

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.

Wonder Festival Winter 2011
*UPDATE* New Pics Added

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.

Vault Review: Skeleton Army
(Sci-Fi Revoltech #020)


I was surprised when Kaiyodo announced number twenty in their Sci-Fi Revoltech line was going to be a skeleton warrior from the film Jason and the Argonauts. The works of Ray Harryhausen are perfect for this line, and there’s no better figure to illustrate this point than the reanimated skeleton warrior.

Vault Review: Anguirus
(Sci-Fi Revoltech #021)


Number nineteen in Revoltech’s Sci-Fi line is Toho’s second giant monster, Anguirus. A loyal friend to Godzilla with a tenacious fighting style, Anguirus has become one of the most loved kaiju among fans. Plus, I’m also hoping that between his and Rodan’s inclusion in the line, Godzilla can’t be too far behind.

Vault Review: Rodan
(Sci-Fi Revoltech #019)


So, did everyone get what they wanted for Christmas? Raise your hand if you asked for peace on earth, but settled for toys! It’s up to me to kick off IAT’s first review of the new year and nothing says Happy New Year better than a giant radioactive pteranodon. You guessed it, Sci-Fi Revoltech #19: Rodan

Vault Review: Type 66 Maser Cannon (Sci-Fi Revoltech #015)


Taking a break from the giant monsters this time out, Revoltech has released the Type 66 Maser Cannon as its fifteenth “figure” in the Sci-Fi line. Godzilla fans will recognize this classic laser shooting satellite dish as one of Japan’s weapons against the monsters, but how does it stack up against this line

Vault Review: Nicholas D.
Wolfwood (Revoltech #092)


With the upcoming movie Trigun: Badlands Rumble, what better time to make a few figures from this space western anime series? Last week I reviewed Revoltech’s Vash the Stampede. This week I’m taking a look at the other half of the first series: Nicholas D. Wolfwood.

Vault Review: Vash the
Stampede (Revoltech #091)


With the upcoming release of the new Trigun movie: Badlands Rumble, it’s no surprise that a new set of figures were also in the works. What did surprise me, or should I say delight, is that these figures are being made by the Revoltech Company. But how does this new Vash the Stampede stack up against previous versions?