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.
As you’re reading this, I’m somewhere (hopefully not lost) in South Dakota on vacation. Vault’s got the reigns this week, but I didn’t want to leave you guys without a Marvel Legends review (or get too far behind)! How about Drax today? Should be interesting since I know nothing about him...
You know what the plan was for 2012? Spend less money at retail. Limit the impulse purchases. Try to budget in a Hot Toys figure or two. You know what blew that to hell? Marvel Legends. One, cause they’re awesome. Two, because they released two waves on top of one another!
Today is the penultimate entry in Armless Stel Week! Before we get to the big man himself tomorrow, I'm taking a look at the Red Lanterns Skallox & Nite-Lik. I've been dreading this review somewhat. See, I lost Skallox's right hand some time during the month I've been waiting on Star Sapphire. Sigh.
I've been hitting the stores looking for Sapphire, but still no luck! So Armless Stel Week continues towards it's one-armed conclusion. I've mentioned that this wave left me feeling rather dissatisfied and I'm reviewing two big reasons today! Movie Masters G'Hu and the so-called 3pk of B'dg, Dex-Starr, & Despotellis
Our second entry in Armless Stel Week is a look at the combo figure Nautkeloi / Medphyll. There's just one figure in this review, but it includes alternate heads to be either of the two featured Green Lanterns. It's cool that these two guys have found their way into the line, but I can't help feeling bored by this lineup.