On this episode of The Wrestling Figure Historian, we continue our look at Wal-Mart’s WWE Flashback basic series by spotlighting Sgt. Slaughter. This was a unique time for Slaughter as a heel and led to a big feud with both The Ultimate Warrior and Hulk Hogan, and garnered him this very unique figure from Mattel.
What storyline does this figure fit into, and whatever happened to the Atomic Noogie? Watch the video to find out.
You can run, but you can’t hide from our review of McFarlane Toys “Rick & Morty” Scary Terry construction set review. And as a bonus, here is our interview with the voice actor behind Scary Terry, Jess Harnell, who talks about the role and if we might see a return of this character in the future.
Oooh weee! Welcome to the first episode of many as we review McFarlane Toys construction sets of everyone’s favorite intoxicated scientist and his nebbish sidekick, Adult Swim’s “Rick and Morty” on Cartoon Network.
In episode one, we check out the Discreet Assassin Construction Set, featuring Krombopulos Michael ( #KMichaelKills).
We had to head deep down Diagon Alley to find these items for review. From FanSets, we review the first series of their brand new Harry Potter enamel pins, which you can find at Target stores near you.
He’s phenomenal, but how is his action figure? We continue to look at the WWE Mattel Retro action figures by looking at AJ Styles from series 3. AJ is a personal favorite of ours, so we have some high hopes for it – watch the video to see if it delivers or if we “clash” opinions about it! See what we did there? Yeah, you do.
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