This week on the Kornercast Podcast Pharoah Bolding joins us for a very special episode.
This week Toy Shiz is back to talk all things toys. We cover just about everything from McFarlane to Marvel Legends, and what the future will hold for SDCC.
One of the highlights of Toy Fair this year was making new friends, and Erik and Dave from Adventures in Collecting are some new great friends.
This week on the Kornercast Podcast we got a chance to sit down with one of the most fun guys to talk with, Nick Greyer from Chicago’s own The Toy Reporters.
For many of us there was a question that came out of the cancelation of SDCC; What happens to all the exclusives? Well Diamond Select Toys is putting them out, and a lot of them.
This week a person who has always been an inspiration to me in the toy world took some time to talk about his work in the industry as well as his other art. This week it’s Matt Cauley and me talking all about art and toys, and how to keep going to be creative.
This week we talk the new Hasbro GI Joe Classified series with Bill. I mean who better to talk all about the heroes of the 80s. And please take some time and listen to the thoughtful intro about why we are 2 days late!
It has been a while but we are happy to have Brian Isaacs back from The Fanboy Factor on the Kornercast Podcast!
This week we had the honor to talk to the man behind The Toys That Made Us, Brian Volk-Weiss, about his new show A Toy Store Near You.
For almost 30 years there has been a hole in my collection, I did not have a Rocketeer figure. Thankfully Diamond Select Toys sent over one, and it makes the kid inside of me so happy.
This week on the show Jr, Bill, and I ask the question, Why are we here?
Today NECA revealed more from the Back to the Future line, with 2 new figures and a new 6 inch Diecast Delorean.
For their first action figure line Basic Fun Toys hit it out of the park. The new line of figures based on the up coming Scooby Doo movie, Scoob are everything adults and kids want.
Playmobil is bringing Scooby Doo to fans of the old show, just in time to hook the younger crowd. Read more to see the sets that they sent over for all these pics.
We had a long ride to get to the train but we had plenty of time to talk about all the things we wanted to see at the show, and yes Duke looks much better in person!