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Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Road to the Last Jedi: Finn (First Order Disguise) from Star Wars: The Black Series Phase III by Hasbro
former Stormtrooper, the guy knows the First Order inside and out. I've always loved disguised versions of "disguised" Star Wars characters (I still want Jyn and Cassian in their Imperial disguises from Scarif) and Finn is another entry in that long and storied tradition. Does he pass muster, however? Read on to find out...
Monday, September 18, 2017
Batgirl statue a few years ago and, I have to confess, it's one of my least favorites in the Bombshells series. I feel like this minifigure manages to bypass all of the problems that one had, though. Let's dive in to series 2 after the break...
Sunday, September 17, 2017
Saturday, September 16, 2017
On the landmark 75th edition of the Confirmed Epic Podcast The Reel Brad Bell reviews one of the most anticipated horror films in decades: the first ever theatrical adaptation of Stephen King's seminal horror classic, director Andres Muschietti's It. As always we get into the epic news items of the week, as well as what we have been checking out.
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Green Arrow. Released near the end of last month as a Previews Exclusive, Arsenal uses all of Green Arrow's accessories and most of his body and outfit to deliver a unique character. He also comes packaged in one of those deluxe metal storage tins rather than the standard Mezco 5-panel box. Let's check this guy out and see how he stacks up to the other figures in this series after the break...