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Get your ’90’s on with fan-made “X-men: Danger Room Protocols” Cartoons

Joel Furtado, an animator who has worked for plenty of big companies, unveiled a trailer for a new web-series he has been developing, starting everyone’s favorite mutant team of superheroes.

“X-Men: Danger Room Protocols” is planned as an action-packed 18-episode animated fan series, with each episode featuring the titular characters trying to survive one of the various missions from the Danger Room, the X-Men’s famous training grounds. In it, they will meet plenty of familiar foes including Magneto, Sentinels, Nimrod, and Mr. Sinister to name a few that have been revealed thus far. The best part – the look is that of their 1990’s cartoon show that used to air on Fox Kids! This is the series that certainly made many kids fall in love with the X-Men and jump into the comics, and the look of the characters has since become iconic.

Here is hoping that Marvel Comics/ Disney is not too litigious about this sort of thing. Furtado is truly testing the legal limits of what Disney will allow when it comes to their franchise rights, but one thing is for sure – the man has already made a name for himself based around all of the hype around this well-made trailer.

The debut episode will arrive on Youtube (for free) starting January 19, so suit up and get ready for this epic-looking show!

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“Adventure Time: The Enchiridion & Marcy’s Super Secret Scrapbook” Book Review

“Holy schmow-zow!” That was basically me after reading “Adventure Time: The Enchiridion & Marcy’s Super Secret Scrapbook.” Released by Abrams Books, this double-sided beast of book is actually two-in-one. Depending on how you view it, the first half is the Enchiridion AKA the guide on how to be a hero, and the other side after you flip it over is the journal of Simon Petrikov AKA The Ice King and Marceline, who would later become the Vampire Queen. Any fan of the cartoon show is going to love this book, so I better start explaining why instead of gushing over how awesome it is.

This book has a great team behind it, aside from the creator of the show Pendleton Ward and Adventure Time artist extraordinaire Adam Muto being a part of it. There is also artwork by Tony Millionaire, Renee French, Mahendra Singh, Anthony Vukosevich, and Celeste Moreno to a name a few. Olivia & Martin Olson have truly put together a great band of heroes to help them on this journey through the end of the world and into the start of a new age on whatever is left of this Earth.

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The front-half of the book is The Enchiridion, although it is actually a replica that Marceline’s father, Hunson Abadeer, gave to her as a gift since the real book was destroyed a few seasons ago (along with the back-section, which is the journal we will get to later). Through a magical texting app, characters in the book are able to chat with each other on the borders of certain pages, giving us their insight, funny commentaries and random dialogues between Finn, Jake, BeeMo, Ice King, Lumpy Space Princess, and Marceline.

The Enchiridion is broken up into two segments, the first for warriors and the second for wizards only (serious wiz-biz going on in there). Here, you will learn things like the seven rules for being a righteous hero, how to deal with wizards, ordering the right sword for you, the principles of magic, and choosing between a girlfriend or being a hero. There is also a Bestiarium Vocabulum, or guidebook to the many evils you will face in the land of Oo, which has names and info for all of the oddities that you have seen on Adventure Time so far. You will also learn more to the mystical backstory of the show, such as info about the four elementals, and get a section all about the famous hero, Billy.

This part of the book might start off silly but it is equally informative as it is funny, and as the book rolls on, it becomes much more serious. Being a hero ain’t easy, and and while there is plenty of whimsy to be read, there is also much to be learned of the lore of Adventure Time, but telling you what happened would be spoilers (so read it for yourself, ).

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“Marcy’s super secret scrapbook” section was what really sold me on this book. The book starts off being Simon’s survivor journal immediately after the destruction of the world. It’s revealed how he found little Marcy, and re-tells the episode parts from a few Adventure Time episodes, except now we get them exclusively from the point of view of Simon. We also get to see how the Crown drove him deeper into madness, as well as the story of how Marceline eventually met her father. As time goes on, the Crown eventually overpowers Simon and turns him into the Ice King, leaving the book in Marceline’s hands, who goes on to talk about a lot of things that I do not want to spoil, making this section a bit more difficult to review. Take my word for it – you will want to read these things yourself!

At the time of writing this review, new episodes of the series are on the way that will be explaining more of Marceline’s history, and it makes me wonder how this book and the show will fit together. This book certainly feels canonical, and that is why a hardcore fan needs to own this. It does not tell us all of the details, but it certainly gives us much more than I expected, especially with the new discussion about her mother (GASP), who will be voiced by Rebecca Sugar (DOUBLE GASP).

You can order “Adventure Time: The Enchiridion & Marcy’s Super Secret Scrapbook” from Amazon.com for less than $16, and I definitely give it a must-read rating for any fans of the series. Come for The Enchiridion, but stay for Marcy’s Super Secret Scrapbook. That alone is worth the price of this book, and having the handbook for heroics come along with it make it an even sweeter deal. This book captures the tone of the show exactly the way it should – a few laughs, a few tears, and something to make you think. It answers plenty of questions and brings up a few new ones, too, so I suppose that means we should keep watching to see what happens next on “Adventure Time”.

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Celebrate Superman’s 75th Anniversary with this animated short by Timm & Snyder

From the creative minds of Zack Snyder (Man of Steel) and Bruce Timm (Superman: The Animated Series) and produced by Warner Bros. Animation, this short follows Superman through the years, from his first appearance on the cover of Action Comics #1 to Henry Cavill in this year’s Man of Steel…all in two minutes.

“It was Zack Snyder’s idea,” Timm told Entertainment Weekly. “We had approached him about maybe doing a short for the DC Nation program on Cartoon Network. He said, ‘I’ll think about it,’ and then he had this idea to do basically the entire history of Superman in, like, a minute. We said, ‘Okay … whoooo.’ We started working and quickly realized there was no way to do it, even in a minute.”

This short will be available on the Man of Steel Blu-ray release in November, which you can order at this link here. In the meantime, what was your favorite part of this short?

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“Bravest Warriors” Bendies Figures revealed at NYCC 2013

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Breakout hit from the Cartoon Hangover webseries, “Bravest Warriors” will be receiving an action figure treatment by early next year.

Based on Pendleton Ward’s other immensely popular animated series (the first being “Adventure Time”), these bendy figures will come from Pop Culture Shock Toys, which had them making their world debut at New York Comic Con 2013. On display were Chris, Beth, Wallow and Danny, but sadly no Catbug has joined them just yet (luckily, there already plushies of that adorable insectoid feline). Pop CUlture Shock will also be releasing plush and bobblehead items to join the first quarter 2014 release of these bendies, so stay tuned for more info to be revealed most likely by Toy Fair 2014.

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles releases entire cartoon series in special “Party Van” edition

Cowabunga! Collect the Complete TMNT Classic TV Series Set – all 10 seasons together for the first time in a 23-disc set in totally awesome collectible packaging! Experience the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle saga in this totally tubular 23-disc set of the original animated series, featuring all 10 seasons in one complete cowabunga collection! From their origins on the comic book page to the depths of Dimension X and beyond, the pizza- loving, shell-busting Leonardo, Donatello, Raphael and Michelangelo, with the guidance of their Sensei Master Splinter, have been delighting fans for decades with their turtle power. Whether it’s facing fierce enemies Krang, Shredder and Lord Dregg, saving humanity from near extinction, or battling against life-altering mutations, the half-shell heroes are always ready for heart-stopping, time-bending, straight outta the sewer action!

Lionsgate Entertainment has announced to retailers today that on November 13th they’re making a 23-DVD gift set available for the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – The Complete Classic Series Collection. Packaged inside an exclusive, plastic molded collectible “party van” that passionate fans will be sure to want, you’ll get all 10 seasons (including all the same on-disc bonus content found in the previous individual releases) at a cost of $99.98 SRP.

Stay tuned for pre-order information, as this is definitely a must-buy… unless you bought the previous releases, but chances are you will still want this one!

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DC Comics set to unleash six-issue mini-series of He-Man

Fans of 80’s nostalgia are in for a treat, as DC Comics announced a new six-issue limited series of “He-Man and The Masters of the Universe!”

The short run will be a continuation of the continuity we all know and love, but hardcore He-fans need not worry about this being canon or not (since we are still not sure if it will or will not be). The story we now so far is Skeletor has figured out a way to rewrite the reality of Eternia, casting himself as the ruler of Castle Grayskull, and our heroes – including He-Man – as regular peasants with no memory of their previous life. And while simple woodsman Adam may dream of wielding a massive sword, and fighting in battles, he thinks they’re just dreams. That is, until a mysterious sorceress approaches him, and sends him on an epic journey to save all of Eternia.

“I know for a fact that a certain generation of people, who grew up at the right time, hold genuine affection for Masters of the Universe,” said James Robinson to MTV Geek, who is also currently writing Earth 2 and Shade for DC. “The challenge is to write something that raises the standard for the series, with a cool, modern story that nevertheless honors the fans of the animated series and toy line.”

DC has printed Masters of the Universe comic books before, notably a 1982 issue of DC Comics Presents featuring a mind-controlled He-Man fighting Superman. Mattel is in the midst of their Masters of the Universe Classics toy line, which this nerd has been collecting for about a year now. What other mysteries await He-Man in this new world? We will know soon enough!

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Cartoon Network Announces New & Returning Series, but no ThunderCats

Celebrating its 20th Anniversary, along with double-digit growth and its #1 status with boys 6-11 on all of television, Cartoon Network announced today several new and returning series to its programming line-up.
Having its best first quarter with kids in prime in five years (up 28% vs. 2011) and showing the most gains compared to the competition in the kids space, the network’s afternoon Upfront presentation held at New York’s Roseland Ballroom paid tribute to the past and present with a full orchestra playing classic Cartoon Network television theme songs and live performances from the creative talent behind the hit animated comedy series Adventure Time and Regular Show.

Announcements included a new sketch comedy show from entertainer Nick Cannon; the world premiere of DreamWorks Dragons: The Series, based on the critically-acclaimed feature film, How to Train Your Dragon; an original series based on Web sensation, Annoying Orange; a brand new animated series from the global franchise powerhouse, Ben 10: Omniverse; and a new CG-animated series from Warner Bros. Animation, Beware The Batman. Also, on the heels of the hugely successful Ninjago launch in 2011—currently the #1 show across 1st Quarter 2012 with all boys—a new partnership with LEGO for a second series was announced by the network as it continues to build on its slate of diverse content.

“We are executing a brand vision and content strategy that is fueling tremendous results for Cartoon Network,” said Stuart Snyder, president and chief operating officer, Turner Broadcasting’s Animation, Young Adults and Kids Media (AYAKM). “Today, with a re-invented and thriving prime time, along with overall double-digit growth in total day, we are building the kind of momentum that is making this a great 20th anniversary.”

Ranking #1 in early evening prime time (7-9 p.m.) among boys 6-11 throughout 1st Quarter this year, Cartoon Network also announced new upcoming seasons of its original hit animated comedy series Adventure Time, Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball, MAD and The Looney Tunes Show. A 2nd season pick-up for the live-action comedy series Level Up, which debuted as the most watched live-action series in the network’s history, and a 5th season of Star Wars: The Clone Wars, also was announced.

Combined with top-performing acquisitions and specials, these programming anchors not only fueled 2011’s prime time performance as Cartoon Network’s most-watched in five years, they also set the stage for a record breaking first quarter in 2012. New seasons for more than a dozen additional series also will premiere across the 2012-13 programming timeframe.

“For 20 years, Cartoon Network has cultivated truly original voices from a diverse array of artists and producers, making us the great alternative to everything else out there,” said Rob Sorcher, chief content officer for Cartoon Network. “Cartoon Network Studios has grown to become the most supportive and creative environment for a new generation of creators.”

Cartoon Network also announced its ongoing commitment to its shorts program with ten original 7-minute shorts to be produced this year with a wholly dedicated production unit at Cartoon Network Studios. With production already underway on many of these projects, this continuing investment in diverse and unique talent has resulted in many of the network’s hit animated series.

Additionally, the network revealed that a third Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards special has been slated for early 2013. The second annual telecast (Feb. 20, 2012), hosted by Shaquille O’Neal, ranked as the #1 program of the day among all boy demos, and out-performed the inaugural Hall of Game special by double and triple-digits—between 64% and 103%—across all kid and boy demos. Online voting for the celebrity sports awards also nearly tripled in participation, from 37 million votes in 2011 to more than 100 million votes in 2012.

“Cartoon Network enters into the upfront season with strong momentum and a programming foundation that is resonating with our audience, as well as advertisers,” said John O’Hara, executive vice president and general sales manager, Cartoon Network. “The ad sales team is committed to developing ideas that extend the reach of an advertiser’s message and connects their brands across multiple screens with an engaged audience. As brands look to deliver measurable return on their investment, we believe it’s a good time to reassess plans and for advertisers to strategically increase their media budgets with Cartoon Network.”

Building off of the success of CartoonNetwork.com ranking as the #1 domain in the kids category among kids 6-11*, the network announced that its next big foray into on-line gaming would be the global roll-out of Formula Cartoon, a huge on-line racing game which will let players race against their friends or favorite Cartoon Network characters.

Further details of Cartoon Network’s programming announcements include the following:

CARTOON NETWORK NEW SERIES

Nick Cannon Sketch Comedy Series: The series is a live-action, half-hour, sketch comedy show rooted in raw mischief, high energy and slapstick humor. You’ll never know what will happen next! Some of the silliest kids you know will make up this wild comedy troupe led by teen stars Jeremy Shada (Adventure Time), Brandon Soo Hoo (Enders Game, Tropic Thunder), Shameik Moore (Joyful Noise), Shauna Case (American Horror Story) and Chanelle Peloso (Level Up). Nick Cannon will bring the funny as creator and executive producer along with executive producers Michael Goldman and Scott Tomlinson. The series is being produced by Cartoon Network Studios in association with NCredible Entertainment.

Annoying Orange: Boasting more than 1 billion YouTube online views to date, Annoying Orange is the Web sensation transformed into a new television series that follows Orange and his buddies as they go on a wide range of adventures that take them from the fruit stand to parts unknown and everything in between. The television series was developed and will be produced by The Collective. Dane Boedigheimer co-created the television series with Tom Sheppard (Emmy Award-winning writer for Pinky and the Brain). Conrad Vernon (director of Madagascar 3 and Monsters vs. Aliens) will serve as executive producer for the series along with Gary Binkow and Dan Weinstein of The Collective. The series will premiere on Cartoon Network this summer.

DreamWorks Dragons: The Series: Picking up where the critically-acclaimed feature film, How to Train Your Dragon, left off, this weekly animated series follows the continuing adventures of Hiccup and his dragon Toothless on the island of Berk, along with the band of dragon trainers, all of whom now have dragons of their own!

Through their training, the kids are finding out the cool things dragons can do. Not only will they learn more about their dragons, they’ll also discover new ones and battle against enemies as they explore worlds they never dreamed existed. In addition, the talented cast from the feature film—Jay Baruchel (Hiccup), America Ferrera (Astrid), Christopher Mitz-Plasse (Fishlegs) and T.J. Miller (Tuffnut)—will lend their voices to the series, which is produced by DreamWorks Animation and premieres this fall.

New LEGO Project: Following the instant ratings success of the CG-animated Ninjago, LEGO and Cartoon Network plan to expand their partnership with an all-new series from LEGO for 2013.

Ben 10: Omniverse: In the brand-new animated series, Ben 10: Omniverse, Ben will have a new character design that pays homage to his past, and he’ll have a whole new batch of aliens to battle. Beating the bad guys is just part of the superhero gig. With a little help from his new, by-the-book rookie partner, Ben explores the quirkier side of things in the alien underground and discovers enemies from his past looking for a re-match, all while a mysterious hunter is hot on his trail! With 10 new aliens at his disposal and a brand new lease on life, Ben 10 is back and more fun than ever! Matt Youngberg is supervising producer for the series, which will premiere on Cartoon Network this fall.

Ben 10 is Cartoon Network’s most successful original global franchise. Since the premiere of the original Ben 10 series, created by Man of Action Studios, in 2006, the franchise has spawned four animated series, one animated movie, two live-action movies, a CG movie, a feature film currently in development, a widely-popular consumer products line and has captured the imaginations of viewers on a worldwide scale.

Beware the Batman: A cool, new take on the classic Dark Knight franchise, Beware the Batman incorporates Batman’s core characters with a rogues gallery of new villains not previously seen in animated form. Along with backup from ex-secret agent Alfred and lethal swordstress Katana, the Dark Knight faces the twisted machinations of Gotham City’s criminal underworld led by the likes of Anarky, Professor Pyg, Mister Toad and Magpie. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, this action-packed detective thriller deftly redefines what we have come to know as a “Batman show.” Featuring cutting-edge CGI visuals to match the intricate twists and turns of the narrative, Batman steps out of the shadows and into the spotlight for an entirely new generation of fans. With WBA’s Sam Register executive producing, and Batman Beyond’s Glen Murakami and Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated’s Mitch Watson producing, Beware the Batman, based on characters from DC Comics, is coming soon to Cartoon Network!

Total Drama: Revenge of the Island: It’s back to the island where Total Drama began with an all-new cast! Since the series’ host Chris took the show worldwide, Camp Wawanakwa has been abandoned and turned into a toxic nuclear waste dump—the perfect place for new and painful, cringe-inducing challenges! Fighting for the million dollar prize are thirteen wild new players. Total Drama: Revenge of the Island is produced by Fresh TV and will premiere on Cartoon Network this summer.

SPECIALS AND MOVIES

Cartoon Network Hall of Game Awards: Hall of Game is Cartoon Network’s signature venture into the broadcast awards arena, created and produced in association with IMG Media, the production arm of global sports, entertainment and media company, IMG. This high-energy, multi-platform experience lets viewers decide who’s got game, by honoring their favorite sports stars and sports moments of the year. From the red carpet, to the never-before-seen stunts and surprises on stage, this unconventional celebration in 2013 will be led by a celebrity host and feature icons from television, film, music and sports, as kids experience an evening of humor and fun at the most raucous and biggest sports awards show ever presented on television.

RETURNING SERIES
Adventure Time
Regular Show
MAD
The Amazing World of Gumball
The Looney Tunes Show
Ninjago
Level Up
Star Wars: The Clone Wars
Young Justice
Johnny Test
Pokémon
Green Lantern: The Animated Series
Almost Naked Animals
Casper’s Scare School
Hero 108
Scaredy Squirrel
Sidekick

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New trailer for Pixar’s “Brave” makes Robin Hood look like Pooh bear

Here is the third and latest trailer for Disney and Pixar’s latest CG movie, “Brave,” which keeps looking better and better!

This video of an archery competition is our longest look at the movie and it’s gorgeous animation, and truly gives the viewer a great look at both the quality of the artwork as well as the tone of the film. I love the style of animation, and will definitely be one of the best-looking Pixar films to date. Here is hoping the content matches the look.

Kelly Macdonald voices Merida, the redheaded young heroine who will be shooting and stabbing things in the film, while Billy Connolly plays her father, King Fergus, and Emma Thompson her disapproving mother, Queen Elinor.

The film comes out this summer, so stay tuned for more info on it.

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Stop-Motion “Johnny Quest” Video Blows Up Nostalgia

Jonny Quest Opening Titles from Roger D. Evans on Vimeo.

Here is something for you fans of retro animation – an amazing stop-motion video that captures the opening credits of the cult-classic “Johnny Quest” cartoon show.

Here is the explanation from the man responsible for this video, Roger Evans:

In 1964, “Johnny Quest” aired to rave reviews as the first, adult action/adventure cartoon in prime time. It had cool jazz music by Hoyt Curtin and terrific, high contrast pen and ink design work by Doug Wildey. As an animator and long time JQ junkie, I had always wanted a set of Jonny Quest action figures but, due to high production costs, the show only lasted one season; not long enough to spawn any kind of serious toys or other merchandising tie-ins. So, almost 50 years later, I made my own. Here is my Valentine to one of the coolest, if not THE coolest, cartoons ever to spin up the imagination of a 53 year old man now going on six. Enjoy!

You can see the behind-the-scenes video on how this short was made at this link here.

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Ben 10 “Ultimate Swampfire” Action Figure Review

Cartoon Network has been producing many great cartoon shows in the past few years for kids of all ages. One of their longest running franchises in recent times is “Ben 10,” the story is about young Ben Tennyson, his cousin Gwen, and their grandfather Max who discover a mysterious watch-like device called the Omnitrix during a camping trip. Like all 10 year old kids, Ben realizes the only course of action is to battle aliens and right the wrongs of the universe by transforming into aliens. It’s only logical.

It was not long before toys had to be made, and Ban Dai has been producing these figures since the show first debuted in 2005. Now, over six years later, the characters have all aged in real time and star in “Ultimate Alien,” where Ben now uses the Ultimatrix and transforms into even bigger and cooler aliens. Today, we look at one of those aliens.

“Ultimate Swampfire” is part of Ban Dai’s “Ben 10: Ultimate Alien” line, and first premiered on episode 53 in the episode, “Ben 10 Returns.” Hailing from the planet Methanos, Swampfire has pyrokinetic powers, a rotten scent, and a nasally voice, making him the Woody Allen of aliens. So, let’s dive in and take a closer look at this figure.

Packaging – Nothing too out of the ordinary here. Swampfire comes on your normal blister card, which is a very compact nine inches tall. There are no frills here, as it’s very economic packaging. Since these toys are intended for kids who are going to rip them open immediately, the main event is the figure itself which is given the most space on this box.

The back of the box features a look at the other figures in this line, as well as the “Disc Alien Ultimatrix,” which we will talk a bit more about later. A character bio would have been nice to see on the back, but again, being for younger kids (many of whom probably can not read yet) there is not much of a huge need for that. It’s pretty straight forward, and it serves its purpose of being a window for a child to see and scream “GIMME GIMME GIMME!”

Taking him out of the package was very easy too. No twisty-ties or rubber bands, just one plastic case that he pops right out of easily. The plastic is pretty thin, but the figure is well-protected and snug in his molded coffin.

Sculpting – Swampfire captures the style of the cartoon dead on. He could practically pass for a model that the animators would use for reference. The character design reminds me of “Holocaust” from Marvel Comics (remember him), but unlike that character, Swampfire is a more balanced looking figure. For someone like me who knows Ben 10 only in passing, I can still enjoy this unique looking creature, and can figure out what he is all about just from looking at him.

He might not be the most detailed figure compared to more realistic lines, but this is a cartoon which focuses on style more than realism. There is no variety in the texture of the figure other than some indents on the muddy section of his body, but the figure seems to be more about the color combinations than it does about fancy sculpting. It accomplishes what it sets out to do, and looks good doing it – simplicity, and some times, there is nothing wrong with that.

Paint – As I said above, I think this figure is more about color than it is about detail. One look at the cartoon show will tip you off to that, and this figure is very accurate in terms of its color. At it’s core, it’s a blue and green color scheme with black highlights, and it works together in unison very well.

I am happy to report that there is no slop around the edges or any blotches. The paint is smooth all over the toy and gives it that feel that it came right out of your TV screen.

Accessories – Swampfire comes with only one accessories, a mini-disc thing with his alien symbol. This disc goes into the Ultimatrix accessory that your child (or you, I’m not judging) wears on their wrist, where it then lights up and spins into action.

To use it, you nestle the character down into the disc, then release it to see him and his arms pop out. The disc looks nice enough on its own, but without the Ultimatrix, this accessory does nothing except get lost when you put it down.

Playability – Swampfire has nine points of articulation, many of those joints hidden nicely, while his knees do have blatantly visible pins. At four inches tall, this figure is great for a kid and will fit in with most other action figures in that scale like Star Wars or the upcoming four-inch Thundercats figures.

The toy is made from sturdy plastic and feels pretty solid, so I would not be worried about your youngling dropping it and smashing it into trillions of pieces. If they own the Ultimatrix, they will have tons of fun roleplaying with it, making the single accessory great for kids, not so much for collectors. Then again, how many collectors are hoarding Ben 10 toys?

Final Verdict – When I asked how many collectors hoard Ben 10 toys, I did not mean that in a negative tone. Far from it, as Ben 10 really is intended for kids to play with. I wish there were more toy lines like this, since it seems nowadays companies are more interested in the adult collectors than they are in entertaining children.

Ban Dai keeps the integrity of the franchise as well as a high play factor for kids. They are still great for collectors too, but this is a toy that was meant to have fun with. So if you buy one, make sure to get yourself one to take out of the package too.

Check out the gallery below to see more photos of “Swampfire”

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