Sunday, February 24, 2013

Transformers Fall Of Cybertron Jazz Review

Wrapping up the last figure of the FOC wave 1 line is a deluxe size Jazz. Wave 1 consisted of Shockwave, Optimus Prime, and Jazz. The question is, how does Jazz compare to the rest of his fellow cast mates?

Sunday, February 17, 2013

Transformers Fall Of Cybertron Optimus Prime Review

This may be long overdue, but I really want to review toys from Transformers FOC Wave 1 line because we are already in Wave 3. Optimus Prime was another figure released alongside FOC Shockwave in series 1. This version of Optimus Prime is based from the Fall of Cybertron video game.

Saibaa Nichiyobi: Sledge with Throttler Review

The same seller that sold me Steamhammer with Constructicons, also recommended Sledge because this toy also match with the Constructicons. With the right price, I was able to acquire Sledge to see for myself.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Echo Bridge Ent. Presents Godzilla VS Biollante!

For the first time on DVD, Echo Bridge Entertainment has finally provided Godzilla fans with one of the most renown movies from the Hesei era, Godzilla VS Biollante! Although fans are already familiar with the plot and monsters that starred in it, this movie was not widely distributed in USA since the early 90's through VHS. This DVD has the original Japanese dialogue with English subtitles, or set it up with English dubbing.

Friday, February 15, 2013

S.H. MonsterArts Fire Rodan Review

Rodan has always been one of Godzilla's most dependable allies, when they're not fighting each other. Fire Rodan was introduced in Godzilla vs MechaGodzilla II. Rodan's role was in this movie the sole protector of Baby Godzilla, whose egg was in the same nest that Rodan hatched in. Godzilla confronted Rodan, and the two fought each other, which Rodan lost. Eventually, Rodan fully recovered and the radiation absorbed from Godzilla's energy evolved the pteranodon into Fire Rodan. Fire Rodan was the 5th monster released by S.H. MonsterArts (6th including web exclusive Little Godzilla).

Friday, February 8, 2013

S.H. MonsterArts Vs. Tamashii Stage Act 4

When I rate my favorite figures, articulation usually isn't on the top of my list because I mostly admire a toy's exterior design, details, and color, instead of poseability. However, since I started collecting S.H. MonsterArts figures, playing with their level of articulation became fun. Eventually, I began to practice my figure posing skills, which I still think needs a lot of work. I've always been fascinated by quite a number of photos online featuring S.H. MonsterArts toys cleverly displayed mid-air on some action stands, so I looked for anything on sale that could do the job.

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