Quarrel and Nano BAT, the first GI Joe Club subscription figures we ever saw, make up the January assortment.
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Lennox of the lion tribe roars into the world of Lego Chima with his own vehicle. Continue reading “Chima’s Lennox Is On The Attack” »
The new Marvel Universe team packs are starting to show up at retail. They’re nice addition to a line that doesn’t seem to offer too much this year, at least before Toy Fair. Continue reading “Inhumans, X-Men & Avengers Team Building With Marvel Universe” »
Princess of Power has had scant offerings as of late, but curiously, fans waiting for Glimmer or Castaspella will have to wait a little longer. It appears Mattel is jumping from A-lister to tail-ender. After Frosta, the next one on the list is the Captivating Beauty of Etheria, Netossa. She has her limitations, but in the end, she is a strong addition to the Great Rebellion.
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Horrible QC mars what should have been one of the best series yet of Hasbro’s Marvel Universe.
Continue reading “Marvel Universe Wave 21 Is Kind Of A Letdown” »
Year Two of Mattel’s DC Club Infinite Earths kicks off with the leader of the Blue Lantern Corps.
Continue reading “Saint Walker Adds To The Rainbow Lanterns’ Cause” »
The second series of Ninja Showdown 3-packs from Hasbro’s GI Joe Retaliation toy line are an astonishing step up from the previous figures.
Continue reading “G.I. Joe Retaliation 3-Packs Wave 2 Are Incredible” »
Mattel’s DC Unlimited is starting to hit retail, and the modern Hawkman is a fantastic new figure.
Continue reading “New 52 Hawkman Is The Best DC Figure Mattel’s Done In A While” »
With fantastic character selection, great new sculpting and a rekindled attention to quality, Hasbro’s latest Marvel Legends show that the much-beloved toy line is in good hands.
Continue reading “Marvel Legends Wave 4 Proves Hasbro Knows What They’re Doing” »