There’s changes coming for Mattel’s show-stopping Castle Grayskull playset, and Scott Neitlich is on the forefront, offering as many details as possible to collectors.
Not every custom has to be super involved… some of the coolest and most fun figures to build involve very little effort, like my tweaks on the GI Joe Zombie Vipers.
This week, we pay tribute to the unsung heroes of Marvel’s Cinematic Universe– SHIELD agents Phil Coulson and Maria Hill!
Mattel is back with the first post-Toy Fair Q&A. This installment sees Matty explain why a basic, bare bones Masters of the Universe option can’t be on the table, plus some details on upcoming characters in the series. Get all the answers here!
With Mattel finally releasing the Super Powers colors Penguin in their new Batman Unlimited line, it’s time to spruce up that Kalibak and make him a better fit to complete the new take on the legendary Kenner line.
Mattel is back with their last round of answers before this year’s Toy Fair. This time out, Matty speaks on the priority of finishing Masters of the Universe’s sub-lines in 2014, plus addresses the likelihood of new flight stands and Watchmen: Year Two figures. Read on for all the answers!
Scaled-down versions of two of my favorite Sideshow 1/6 scale figures.
It took years before Valkyrie finally got an action figure, but she’s still missing from the 3.75″ Marvel Universe… I thought it was time to address that.
You can’t make this shit up. Well, apparently somebody could.
Did you give up on Masters of the Universe? Mattel wants to know why.
I don’t tend to do commissions, but I’ve customized a fair share of gifts for friends over the years. That’s how this 6″, Marvel Legends-style Red Sonja came to be.
We’ve got the first round of all-new answers from Mattel for 2013! In this session, Matty speaks on what fans can expect from Castle Grayskull (as well as where we might see it first), and details on finishing off the Super Powers collection and Masters of the Universe. Check out all the answers!
2012 was a whirlwind year for Masters of the Universe! As far as the selection goes, it was easily their most diverse year, but how they spread those releases out was other story. The other hot-button issue this year was the spotty design choices now headed by Ruben Martinez. It certainly was another year of…
Hasbro’s Marvel Universe Jubilee had some good stuff going for her, but her modern look can’t hold a candle to her 90’s X-Men style, so I fixed that.
Not unlike the movie itself, NECA’s recent Django Unchained toy line has been met with criticism, with some labeling the toys as offensive, based on the property’s connection to slavery. I didn’t talk about it in my review, so I’m talking about it now.