Sunday, March 30, 2014

X-Plus Godzilla 2001 GMK (30 cm) Diamond Reissue Review

This version of Godzilla 2001 is a reissue from X-Plus that was distributed by Diamond Comics. The first run from Japan has been long sold out, and aftermarket prices have drastically increased, due to supply and demand. Thanks to Diamond Comics, fans are given a second chance to own this figure. Godzilla was purchased from

Thursday, March 27, 2014

Collector’s Update & an Upcoming Review (3/25/14)

I am very excited for the latest addition to my collection, mostly due to these figures being long out of production. Diamond's X-Plus Godzilla 2001 has arrived, and accordingly, will be reviewed momentarily. Please check back for more updates!

Sunday, March 23, 2014

Transformers Generations Deluxe Armada Starscream Review

Also included in Generations Wave 2 of the IDW comics theme, is Armada Starscream. Like the name suggests, this version of Starscream is based on his appearance in Transformers Armada, an animated and comic book series that ran from 2002-2004.

Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Collectibles Up For Sale!

I have a few items from my collection that I'm willing to sell to anyone who will appreciate them.

Friday, March 14, 2014

S.H. MonsterArts Godzilla Chronicles (2011-2013)

S.H. MonsterArts line has certainly come a long way since their very first Godzilla figure, which received mixed reactions from consumers. However, over the course of two years, each figure not only maintained Tamashii Nation's standard of superb details, but they evolved into figures that were cleverly engineered and normally better in quality than their predecessor.

Sunday, March 9, 2014

Transformers Generations Deluxe Waspinator Review

Waspinator is, more or less, a comic relief of the Transformers franchise. Almost anything, that could possibly go wrong, has happened to this Predacon member, but he still manages to comeback and continue the ongoing war against the Maximals. Waspinator debuted in Wave 3 of the Transformers Generations IDW Deluxe line.

Sunday, March 2, 2014

Y-MSF Gorosaurus (King Kong Escapes) Review

After much speculation and uncertainty, Tempting Toys & Collectibles has introduced Y-MSF's Gorosaurus figure for the first time in America. Although an extra figure wasn't included for a set, as previously announced, Tempting Toys managed to release two different variants of Gorosaurus separately instead. One is the Destroy All Monsters (DAM) version, which has Gorosaurus' mouth open. The other variant is King Kong Escapes (KKE), which is being reviewed here.

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