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Friday, April 28, 2017
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Action Figure Review: Steve Trevor from DC Comics Multiverse: Wonder Woman by Mattel
Wednesday, April 26, 2017
Action Figure Review: Wonder Woman from DC Comics Multiverse: Wonder Woman by Mattel
Tuesday, April 25, 2017
Action Figure Review: Deathstroke (The Judas Contract) from DC Comics Icons by DC Collectibles
Monday, April 24, 2017
Action Figure Review: The Punisher: Fully Loaded from One:12 Collective Marvel Universe by Mezco
Friday, April 21, 2017
Action Figure Review: Swamp Thing (Dark Genesis) from DC Comics Icons by DC Collectibles
Thursday, April 20, 2017
Action Figure Review: Imperial AT-ACT Driver from Star Wars: The Black Series Phase III by Hasbro
doesn't actually appear in the film. The AT-ACTs certainly do, but I just don't think the driver was actually shown. There's a small image of the helmet in the Visual Guide, so the character certainly does seem to be something legitimately from the film. He's a creative mixture of two different previously released figures but that seems pretty accurate to the source. He was pretty easy to find, unlike some of the other Black Series exclusives. Let's take a closer look at him after the break...
Wednesday, April 19, 2017
Action Figure Review: Bombshells Batwoman from DC Designer Series: Ant Lucia by DC Collectibles
Monday, April 17, 2017
Action Figure Review: Bombshells Poison Ivy from DC Designer Series: Ant Lucia by DC Collectibles
Wonder Woman, yesterday was Harley Quinn, and today is Poison Ivy! I'm a huge Ivy and I'm loving this take on her. In some ways she's the plainest of the Bombshells as she's just wearing some fancy 1940's styled lingerie. Of course, she's also still Poison Ivy, so the bright red hair, green skin, and intricate vine designs help to add some more excitement. Poison Ivy was the third character released in the DC Comics Bombshells statue line (October 2013). This action figure is incredibly faithful to her statue and art origins, so let's jump in and see how well she translated, shall we? More pin-up Poison Ivy goodness after the break...
Sunday, April 16, 2017
Action Figure Review: Bombshells Harley Quinn from DC Designer Series: Ant Lucia by DC Collectibles
Wonder Woman was incredible and folks, let me tell you, Harley might be even better. Harley Quinn was the fourth character to appear in the Bombshells statue series and she definitely represented a somewhat different style for the line; while Wonder Woman is very "true" to a classic 1940's pinup style, Harley has more elements that, to my eyes anyway, come across as more rockabilly. She's not sporting the tattoos that some of the characters have but she definitely has more of a modern feel. I'm cool with that, though, as the style and inspiration is still there. I really just dig the Bombshells aesthetic and it seems I'm not alone. Let's take a look at this insanely cool Harley Quinn figure after the break...
Friday, April 14, 2017
Action Figure Review : SDCC 2011 30th Anniversary Set from Indiana Jones by Hasbro
Wednesday, April 12, 2017
Action Figure Review: Bombshells Wonder Woman from DC Designer Series: Ant Lucia by DC Collectibles
Mezco One:12 Collective Flash was the first to use my new Canon EOS M10 with a specialized macro lens but today's starts a set of reviews I'm extremely excited to look at and photograph: The DC Bombshells action figures! Technically this series is titled DC Designer Series: Ant Lucia and it's part of the long running series that has featured action figures rendered in the styles of a number of great DC artists. It's no understatement to say that Ant Lucia's DC Bombshells have been one of the most successful DC properties we've ever seen. Starting as only a line of beautiful statues (still ongoing, FYI), Bombshells has evolved into it's own entity with an ongoing comic, merchandise, clothing, costume patterns, Funko POP! vinyls, and now action figures. First up I'm looking at Wonder Woman. Not only is she #1 in this series but she was the subject of the first statue released under the Bombshells banner in September 2013 and she's the first lady of DC Comics. Let's take a closer look at the Bombshells Wonder Woman after the break...
Monday, April 10, 2017
Action Figure Review: The Flash from One:12 Collective DC Universe by Mezco
Professor Zoom with Zoom arriving a bit earlier through a different shipping company, so in that instance the bad guy won. Who will win the contest of being the better figure? Let's find out after the break...
Saturday, April 1, 2017
Action Figure Review: Zoom from One:12 Collective DC Universe by Mezco
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