As 2014 comes to a close, let’s look back at some of the standouts from the 30th anniversary of everyone’s favorite Robots in Disguise.
Category: Figure 8
Sure, the House of Ideas has a couple years of LEGO sets under its belt, but everyone knows Batman was the original LEGO super hero. Eventually, his Superfriends got into the action. The result as some grade A plastic crack.
Today is the day to kill or be killed on the soon-to-be-blood-drenched battlefields of Black Friday. While we wait for the security camera footage to start filtering onto YouTube, let’s take a look back at some of the Holy Grails of Holiday Shopping of years past.
The Nolan-trilogy is complete, but what does that mean for Mattel’s Movie Masters line, featuring photo-accurate sculpts of our favorite characters from the Nolan-verse? Rumor has it, Movie Masters will continue, and Jason Knize picked his Top 8 choices to complete the collection.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Classics are a thing that will be happening, thanks to the folks at Playmates, and longtime Turtle-fan Jason Knize can’t wait until the first series hits shelves to start his wishlist for Wave 2! Cowabunga and such!
For every Wolverine, Snake Eyes, Bumblebee, and Batman figure that finds its way to retail, there are a dozen characters who have yet to be done plastic justice. PoP! puts out the call for eight of these missed opportunities to finally see figure form.
Corr! Blimey! No group of rabble-rousers and n’e’r-do-wells has ever been quite so colorful as perennial Joe-foils, the Dreadnoks. The latest 3 3/4″ versions of everyone’s favorite Australian biker gang are in hand, so let’s see how they measure up!
Remember when all we had was a fingerprint kit and a pair of binoculars with that mirror that we could theoretically use to signal Morse code? Pretty sure next year kids will be playing with exploding fighter drones that can lock onto cell phone signals. Don’t believe me? Read on…