In one of the stranger blind box cases we have reviewed, we take a look at Titan Vinyls from Tim Burton’s cult classic, “Edward Scissorhands”. Featuring more Johnny Depp than you can shake a stick at, this unusual line by Titan Merchandise is definitely one that some collectors may be confused about getting. Is it worth picking up, or should you cut it off your shopping list? Watch the video to find out.
It’s time to get timey wimey, as we unbox another mystery figures case. This time, we are looking at the “Doctor Who: A Good Man Collection” by Titan Merchandise, which features Titan Vinyls of characters that joined the 11th Doctor in his many escapades. Is this box worth getting if you are a Who lover, or should you skip it for something else? Watch the video to find out.
We have unboxed and reviewed many mini-figures, but this is one that me and Andrea from [InsertGeekHere] had been waiting to do for some time.
Today, we look at a case of “Doctor Who: Regeneration Collection” Titan Vinyls by Titan Merchandise. This series features versions of every doctor, including the first ever Titan Vinyl mini-figure of the 12th Doctor. Does this box exceed our expectations, or should it go back into space and time to never be seen again? Watch the review to find out.
From Titans Merchandise, we unbox and review the mini-figures from the “Breaking Bad: Heisenberg Collection” Titan Vinyls, with the help of Breaking Bad expert, Rich from Rage Works. Are these figures worth buying, or should you stay in your Crystal Ship and make some magic of your own? Watch the video to find out.
We have looked at a ton of Doctor Who mini-figures from Titan Merchandise, and today we finally dive into an entire line devoted to the 12th Doctor AKA Peter Capaldi. Along with resident Doctor Who expert, Andrea from [InsertGeekHere], we bust open this box that is bigger on the inside and see how these little dudes compare to the previous toys we have unboxed from Titan Merch.
If you ever get the chance, watch “Yellow Submarine”, a peculiar animated film about The Beatles traveling to a far-off land to battle hairy blue meanies in order to save Pepperland with the power of love. No, really!
In honor of this classic, Titan Merchandise made this series of Titan Vinyls, which we have today. A second wave is on the way out, so just in time for those, here is our look at the first batch of mini-figures, which includes both The Beatles and Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band, along with other characters from the movie. This is one of the flagship series for Titans, and after you watch the video, it will be clear why.
Andrew Sumner from Titan Merchandise joined us at NYCC 2017 to show us all of the cool new Titan Vinyls coming your way through 2017 and into early 2018. Featured in this video are Titan Vinyls of Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction, AMC’s Preacher, The Monkees, Game of Thrones, Cartoon Network, and Doctor Who, as well as the NYCC Exclusives.
Plus a sneak peek at some items not on display but will be available later next year, and info on a new line of Doctor Who mini-figures in the chibi kawaii style.
It’s time for an unboxing with a serious hit of nostalgia. With the help of Rich from Rageworks, we crack open this case of the “Cartoon Network Collection” from Titan Merchandise. This first wave of Titan Vinyls mini-figures includes characters from modern and classic CN series, including Adventure Time, Regular Show, Steven Universe, Johnny Bravo, Dexter’s Lab, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, and more.
This is one of our favorite cases, so check this video out to learn why.
In space, no one can hear you open toys. It’s a good thing for that, because when me and Andrea from [InsertGeekHere] did an unboxing video of the “Alien: Nostromo Collection” from Titan Merchandise, there was plenty of high-pitched noises. We really enjoyed opening up these Titan Vinyls, and if you are not too familiar with the franchise like Andrea was, you will still be very impressed with these awesome mini-figures.
It’s time for not just another blind box unboxing of mini-figures, but another set of Star Trek figures.
Last time, we looked at Titan Vinyls from Titan Merchandise of Star Trek: The Original Series, which we raved about. On this episode, we fast forward deeper into their timeline to look at the “Star Trek: The Next Generation – Make It So Collection” of mystery mini-figures. Featuring most of the core crew members and a few hostile alien races, this was easily our #1 box ever from Titan Merchandise. We liked the TOS figures a lot, but these TNG figures are easily the best mini-figures Titan has made to date. Check out the video to see for yourself.