Holy fracking hell! It’s the Talon Fighter from the Masters of the Universe Classics toyline. Thank you Johnny for this set! It’s so huge (giggity) and I absolutely love it. Check out my thoughts on this vehicle/base review in the video.
Did you want to see Santa Prince Adam being made as a special sculpt from Super7? To bad, that didn’t happen, instead we got He-Man, with a new hat! It’s Holiday He-Man made as a limited time exclusive from the Masters of the Universe Classics series. Thank you Michael for getting me this figure!!!
The Lego Voltron is a magnificent piece that assembles all five lions from the original Voltron series (GoLion in the original anime). The five lions are posable in their separated forms and can change to interlink to form Voltron. This took approximately 6 hours total to assemble over the course of a couple of days, but with superspeed on my computer, I shrunk it down to 2 mins. I was helped by the sexy Cerolobo who took over several times to show his Lego savviness...
It’s the Finn Bálor WWE Elite figure review. It’s not technically the Pride Edition, but more the Bálor Club is for EVERYONE figure that Bálor wore at Wrestlemania 34 to show his support at the inclusion of the LGBT community. Also known as Fergal Devitt, Finn Bálor, the Demon King, has become an iconic WWE wrestler and is incredible in his skills as an entertainer and athlete. Thank you Michael for getting this!
It’s the first wave of figures of Thundercats from the Savage World toy line. This wave includes Lion-O, Mumm-Ra, Panthro, and Slithe. The figures are very similar to the He-Man and the Masters of the Universe 1980s figures in scale and just as awesome! Check out my thoughts on these figures in the attached video.
Ever wonder what some of our favorite horror characters of the modern age would look like if they were in a barbaric world? What if they were 5.5 inch scale and had muscular toned bodies similar to the 1980’s Masters of the Universe toyline? Well, Funko made figures with this concept in mind with their Savage World Horror figures series! Featured in this toy video review is Pinhead, Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers and Pinhead!
It’s Jitsu! I mean, Chopper. He’s from the Masters of the Universe Classics Super7 Filmation series. He only made one appearance in the original 1980s cartoon, but it was memorable. Thank you Michael for getting me this figure at Power Con 2018. I hope to get more of the Filmation series figures at some point down the line.
Oh my glob, there was Prince Adam released that was based on the 1980’s Masters of the Universe Cartoon series Prince Adam that was laughing…because there was a joke video made about him singing – What’s Going On?! – by 4 Non Blondes. It’s pretty damn awesome! Check out my thoughts in this figure and it’s packaging that was released at the Masters of the Universe Classics Toy Store – Hordak’s Lair.
It’s fan favorite Crita, from the New Adventures of He-Man series. She was part of the “Space Mutants’ as categorized from the Masters of the Universe Classics series. Major shout out to my buddy Long Haired Creepy Guy for getting this figure for me! Check out my thoughts on this figure in the attached YouTube video.
Whoa!!! It’s the Zeo Golden Power Staff. Hell’s yeah this is badass on so many levels. Thank you XCeroLoboX for this. I am making a Gold Zeo Power Ranger Costume later this year and this just encourages me more. I can not play the full Zeo and Gold Ranger songs that the staff can do because of copyright purposes, but know that both can be heard on the staff’s extra features.
It’s comic book day and the first issue to DC Comics Wonder Twins from the Wonder Comics imprint has been released. These aliens from the planet Exxor are trying to fit in at a new high school and be a part of the Justice League. They still have their shape shifting abilities, but that’s not the main purpose of this book. Written by Mark Russell and drawn by Stephen Byrne. Check out my…
It’s comic book day! We have the second issue of Young Justice from the Wonder Comics imprint of DC Comics. The time is sucked into Gem World where Robin and Amethyst team up. Meanwhile, we get a quick background on Wonder Girl and her connection to Zeus. Great second issue! This was written by Brian Michael Bendis and illustrated by both Patrick Gleason and Emanuela Lupacchino.
It is the final issue to Iceman’s 2nd mini series that was written by Sina Grace. We have it all, Iceman vs Mr. Sinister, Drag Queen – Shade helping the X-Men fight anti-mutant antagonists and an ominous ending that continues into another comic book story. Check out my thoughts on this issue in the attached video that is filled with spoilers!
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It’s comic book day! We have the first issue of Fight Club 3 #1 from Dark Horse comics out. This is written by Fight Club writer, Chuck Palahniuk and damn is this a confusing issue. Clearly Tyler Durden is still alive and kicking and we have a new magic…painting frame…or something? It’s just the first issue, so I think we are all suppose to be confused. I do have hope that this will be explained.…