We’re a little late posting the latest round of answers from Mattel. Yesterday’s tragedy in Newtown– less than 30 miles from Kastor’s Korner HQ in Southington– made it very difficult to focus on writing about toys and movies and geeky stuff. Our thoughts go out to all our CT neighbors suffering in light of this terrible tragedy.
Now let’s get back to toy talk, with some all new answers from Mattel:
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Castle Grayskullman rounds out the 30th Anniversary– and November’s Masters of the Universe offerings– in an amazing way.
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Hasbro will re-issue a new assortment of some of the hardest to find figures from Star Wars: The Vintage Collection in early 2013.
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Kotobukiya reveals the latest in their line of ArtFX+ Justice League statues, and Wonder Woman has rarely looked better.
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Dekker, first introduced in the 200x series, joins the cast of Masters of the Universe Classics this month. While he’s not the most relevant character that could have been included, he features a great new design and serves to round out the history of the 200X era Masters.
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DC Collectibles reveals a new direction for their once-promising 3.75″ toy line.
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Masters of the Universe Classics are winding down for 2012, and they backloaded the year with quite a motley crew. November’s entries are King Randor in his Filmation Monarch robes, Man-At-Arms’ 200X trainer Dekker, and the final entry in the 30th Anniversary, Castle Grayskullman! None of the entries are necessarily warranted releases– each come with their unique brand of fan polarity. All that said, the figures have their pros and cons, but nothing that hampers the awesome renditions of these important periphery characters.
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Power Girl strikes a strong, fun pose as she enters the DC Bishoujo Collection, and instantly stakes her claim as the best piece in Kotobukiya’s fantastic series.
Continue reading “Real Heroes Have Curves: Power Girl Bishoujo Review” »
This just in from Mattycollector: Apparently the mea culpa consolation present for Frosta’s reverse forearms (Not the hair, gray color, mechanical non-functioning wand, or unpainted back, SILLY) is in the form of a free figure. Lots to speculate right now!
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