The new Captain Action series is an incredible update to the classic toy line, blending the retro feel of the original with strong, modern day toy design. Captain Action is back, and better than ever!
The GI Joe Club has officially launched their Subscription Service! The figures in this set will be shipping two per month for the next six months, and the first two new recruits are a pair of ninjas– Jinx and Cobra ninja Dice.
The Shredder is trying to make some turtle soup and thanks to his new Lego cycle he just might succeed. Continue reading “Time to Shred, TMNT Style!” »
Once it was clear that Mattel had no plans of making a unified DC Cassics line, it was much easier to pick and choose what figures to buy. The release of the Batman Unlimited line has given me one of the final pieces to my collection, the Penguin. Continue reading “Finally, Gotham Villains Unite!” »
Star Wars figures have always been a hard sell for me over the years. Star Wars was part of my childhood, and the toys were some of the first ones I hunted down with my mom. As I got older and the lines were relaunched in the late 90’s I jumped in but my interests changed and I stopped collecting after Episode One. Continue reading “Tis The Season To Be An Ewok” »
Lego is taking over the world of entertainment. In the past year they conquered the super heroes of Marvel and DC universes, they have ventured into space with Star Wars and now they are heading down to the sewers with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
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Castle Grayskullman rounds out the 30th Anniversary– and November’s Masters of the Universe offerings– in an amazing way.
Continue reading “Castle Grayskullman Channels The Spirit Of Masters Of The Universe” »
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.
Continue reading “Dekker Is A Good (If Superfluous) Addition To Masters Of The Universe” »