It’s Jackalman from the Thundercats Classics toyline…cancelled toyline. But the figures we did get from MattyCollector were pretty darn awesome! I love my figure personally and really wish we got the rest of the mutants released. Regardless though, there is hope in the future and we will more than likely see a continuation later. Here’s my thoughts on this guy.
Salaak – Keeper of the book of Oa. This toy figure is brought to you by Mr. Bear. Thank you Mr. Bear! This is a bit of an oldie figure as he’s a bit tougher to find without paying too much of an inflated price. He’s a great addition to my Green Lantern family and I do enjoy having a new figure to add to my Corps!
Panthro- The leather spike daddy of the Thundercat’s group was finally released from the MattyCollector Thundercats Classics toyline. It is unfortunate that he is the last of the toyline, but he is still very awesome. Here’s my thoughts on the figure.
Carnage, the Marvel Select figure. This guy is beautiful! Carnage’s alter ego, Kletus Kassidy, is probably the second most famous of all the symbiote wearing characters in the Marvel Universe. He is psychotic and a completely blood thirsty in his ways. Unlike his “father” Venom, he has no moral code and kills indiscriminately. This figure is a great representation of his character.
Venom! The original Eddie Brock version of Venom is by far my favorite of the hosts to have the Venom symbiote in the Marvel Universe. He has had numerous mini-series and ongoing series in the past to document his adventures. He was the Lethal Protector and his Marvel Select toy is badass! Check out my thoughts on this guy.
Everyone loves the Batfamily. Batgirl has been part of the Bat line for a while. Barbara Gordon first took up the mantle in 1967 and has been the most famous out of all of the women by far. This figure is part of the Designer series and was a gift from my buddy Albert. Thank you dude!
Thank you Johnny aka Rashnu for getting me Daredevil! He’s gorgeous and I will happily add him to my Marvel Select Family. He came a couple years back and lacks some of the pose-ability that more modern figures have but still looks great in comparison to modern day Marvel Select figures. Check out my thoughts on this figure in this video.
Who doesn’t love a good Cajun Mutant? Gambit also known as Remy Lebeau is one of the more famous X-Men of the 90s. He maintained as a steady member of the X-Teams for a good part of the 2000s and was both a hero and villain to the team. This figure is a badass scult that I’m proud to have as part of my collection.
Wow, thank you Michael for getting this figure for me! He is so awesomely cool and fits in with my other dolls. I’m glad he comes with a stand and his overall sculpt is decently made. Even if you are not the biggest fan of the movie itself, but the figures that were released definitely deserve a lot of merit.
Thank you for getting me this figure Bryan! I love Masters of the Universe Classics and I did miss out on a couple figures that was released in this toyline. Mermista is the mermaid superhero warrior of the Great Rebellion on Etheria. She is cool with a changing of legs to fish tail. Except the glitter, this is great figure.
The Masters of the Universe are invading the Injustice Universe in this epic crossover. In the first two issues we have established that Superman has taken control of Earth and is controlling its heroes and villains. The remaining resistance head to Eternia to recruit its most powerful superhero, He-Man in combating the dark Kryptonian’s rule. The build up has been established and the major…
It is comic book day! Not only do we get to see a shadowy outline of Bruce Wayne’s dick in Batman: Damned #1, which apparently has some people upset, but we also get to see Bruce’s OTHER Dick (Grayson) get shot in Batman #55. Batman’s dick is barely noticeable in the shadows, but it is enough to get many geeks, gay and straight a like talking about it. Awesome week to be a geek but bad news for…
I moved recently and I finally set up my new Post Office Box. I still have access to my old box, so it will be checked periodically in the next couple of months. Thanks to those that have written letters and/or sent past items to that box. If anyone is interested, my new PO Box is listed below.
P.O. Box 1354
Havertown, PA 19083-9998