A second set of budget-friendly GI Joes, repainted from last year’s so-called “Dollar Wave,” are starting to hit certain retailers, and they offer up some neat variant Joe figures at a great price.
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The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey hits DVD shelves next week, so it seemed like the perfect time to go back to where it all started– the first figure in The Bridge Direct’s phenomenal Hobbit toy line… Twilight Bilbo Baggins.
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Battle Beasts fans rejoice– Diamond’s Battle Beasts MiniMates have finally hit.
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Mattel gets clever with parts reuse for the latest, Frank Miller-inspired addition to the Batman Unlimited series.
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The latest Marvel Select release captures Venom in many of his most iconic moments… all in one figure.
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The third time is a charm for McFarlane Toys’ Walking Dead TV toy line.
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Jitsu accompanies Ram Man as the second MOTUC offering for February, and like Netossa and Ram Man, there were design choices that I wish the fans were made aware of sooner so we could give that constructive feedback, which leave Jitsu an excellent figure instead of one of the best in the line.
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The final core character from Masters of the Universe finally smashes his way into the Classics line… and Ram Man was well worth the wait.
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GI Joe Kre-Os prove big things can come in small packages… That’s exactly what we get with Checkpoint Alpha, as the GI Joe team’s iconic checkpoint playset gets the block treatment.
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