With the new Ghostbusters movie in theatres, this Summer saw a bunch of new figures from the old and new movies. One of those was a surprising Staypuft Marshmallow Man figure in five-inch scale with a light-up feature.
I grabbed this figure as soon as I saw it, and in this video review, we examine whether or not that was a smart purchase to make.
Before hardcore was even a thing, there was Terry Funk. In this figure from Mattel’s WWE Elite Series 41, we get the legendary Terry Funk as he looked during his run as ECW Heavyweight Champion in 1997 (winning the belt at their first pay-per-view, “Barely Legal”).
I missed out on the old style Funker, but was happy to scoop this one up. How does Terry compare to the rest of the figures from Mattel’s WWE series? Watch this review to find out!
It’s been a few years since Mattel gave us a Big Bossman figure, but this re-release of him as part of Toys R’ Us’ WWE Network Spotlight series gives collectors like me a second chance at adding him to my toy shelf. In this review, we talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly with this figure, and determine if he is good enough to step into the ring with your other figures.
This is not the commercial version that you can find online to buy, but the review edition they gave to us during NY Toy Fair earlier this year. I did get to look at the full release version there, but this sneak peek is more than enough for me to give it a full review to help you determine whether or not you want to beam this up to your toy collection.
The Star Wars Black series is one of the best action figure lines on the market today. One of the coolest things about it has been the occasional super-sized vehicle or creature in scale with this six-inch series.
Today, we look at the Speeder Bike vehicle and pilot from this series, and talk about whether it’s worth spending your credits on or if you should ditch it at the next parsec.
Check out this in-depth look at Ben Affleck’s high-tech super suit for when he battles Superman in the upcoming “Batman VS Superman: Dawn of Justice” film. We also check out the gadgets that will accompany him in all of his uniforms in this quickie. Please excuse the glare from the cases, there was a lot of sunlight hitting these and made it a bit difficult to shoot (it rendered my footage of the other costumes on display completely worthless).
DC Comics showed off many different figures from their TV and comic licenses, including the Arrow and Flash TV shows, Batman: The Animated Series, various comics, and great looking figures based on Frank Miller’s “The Dark Knight Returns” comic. Plus, a first look at Jesse Eisenberg as Lex Luthor in figure form!
Star Ace Toys has been heating up the 1/6 scale action figure market in the past year with breathtaking likeness at a surprising cost. This year at NYCC 2015, the company unveiled a variety of new toys from different licenses, including the Harry Potter series with new versions of the cast including Harry Potter, Ron Weasely, Hermione Grainger, Severus Snape, Mad-Eye Moody, Professor Dumbeldore, Sirius Black and he who shall not be named AKA Voldemort. You can also take a look at their Steve McQueen figures from “The Great Escape”, and Katniss Everdeen from “The Hunger Games”.
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