My last review of the week is the 2.0 Infinity Edition of the first two waves of OSM. These are a reissue of the four figures that started the line. You may not notice it right away, but there are some subtle changes that give this set its own unique feel and may replace some of the originals.
It appears we’re actually going to have a complete Terrax to review eventually, but it is slow going getting there. Noisy’s still looking for a blue Ghost Rider, but our biggest obstacles are the characters neither of us really want... Enter Klaw!
I had a whole other review planned out for today, but best laid plans go awry easily when you make a minor toy haul from Toys R Us. Not only did I discover the first wave of Transformers Prime, but also the new Marvel Legends!
We're closing out our Green Lantern Classics reviews with a look at the wave's armybuilder, the Manhunter. I have no love for the concept of the Manhunters, the figure's rather bland, and you're probably going to be wondering why I actually bought two Manhunters by the end of the review.
We're still making our way through Green Lantern Classics reviews and today we're looking at the two Black Lanterns from the first wave: Black Hand & Abin Sur. Well, it's not really a figure of Abin Sur, but I have to call him that in the title so folks can find the review. Don't worry, I'll explain it all after the jump.
I was going to pair Mongul up with the Manhunters for a "figure I like" versus "figure I don't like" review, but the holidays and trips to see the in-laws have changed my plans. Mongul is getting a solo review, but is he the figure I liked or the I figure I didn't? If you're a DC Comics reader, I bet you already know.
For a line based on Green Lanterns, it's kinda funny that the first wave included only one. And an interesting one at that, with five Hals, 2 Johns, and 1 Guy already in the line, it was Kyle Rayner's turn. The modern costume wouldn't have been my first choice, but at least there's crabmask.