The Force is strong with the Star Wars action figure line from S.H. Figuarts as they shift gears back to the original trilogy with Episode 4 Luke Skywalker.
Ant-Man is the latest of heroes to join the an already impressive collection of action figures from the S.H. Figuarts brand.
S.H. Figuarts keeps adding to its Marvel resume and with the Captain America Civil War inspired Mark 46 Armor things keep looking up.
In all movies and TV Shows we always get that one character that transcends into cult status. The Riot Trooper who was dubbed TR-8R by social media is no exception.
S.H. Figuarts keeps delivering amazing characters from the Star Wars Universe. The newest addition is none other than Master Jedi Mace Windu.
What better way to celebrate Pokemon’s 20th Anniversary then with the release of one of it’s most recognized characters–the one the only Pikachu.
S.H. Figuarts has been known to knock it out of the park when it comes to their product. Freddie Mercury, iconic front man to the band Queen, gets his royal treatment in action figure form.
S.H. Figuarts makes the legendary action star Bruce Lee into a fully poseable action figure,
Bandai/Tamashii Nations flexes their muscles with the Star Wars license and gives us Obi-Wan Kenobi based upon his Episode I look.
This topic has become more and more relevant as of late with so many overseas companies producing action figures with superior sculpt and articulation.
Just when I thought that I could not be any more impressed with these imports, S.H. Figuarts goes and hits another grand slam!
Bandai/Tamashii Nations have teamed up with DC Comics to give us action figures from the Injustice: Gods Among Us property. And they set the bar really high with them.
With Avengers: Age of Ultron coming to the big screen this summer, its only a matter of time until the toys come out.. and S.H. Figuarts just broke the mold!
Man, 2014 has come and gone, and let me tell you it has been WONDERFUL if you like the import toy market. Here is a quick rundown of my Top 5 for the year.