Tag Archives: Action Figures

Spin Master Relabels their Mini-Dragons Catalogue

12 Dec

By Ed Sum (The Vintage Tempest)

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Fans of the mini-dragon line of toys made by Spin Master for the How to Train Your Dragon TV series, simply titled Dragons, is getting a packaging update for 2015. This might be to help consolidate current packaging runs which keeps on updating itself with new figures. This sub-line of products is selling very well and more figures are released nearly every few months.

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Na na na na na na … Batman! And Robin of Course!

22 Sep

By James Robert Shaw (The Wind up Geek)

batmanfigures1Holy posable! Fans of the 60’s series must take a look at the figures of the dynamic duo from Hot Toys.

These figures of Batman and Robin are modeled after the 1966 Batman movie (rather than the series) and they come with nifty accessories.

The figures are crafted in 1/6th scale and have 30 points of articulation. Batman is approximately 30cm tall while Robin is 28cm.

They are expected to ship in Q2-Q3, 2014. They carry a hefty price tag  but I must say that the look of the figures themselves are incredible. I’m not a toy collector to the extent that others are, but I may change my mind on these two. Maybe I’ll even acquire a museum-quality glass display case just for these figures as the start of a small collection.

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Collector’s Review: Doctor Who 3.75″ Figure – The Doctor

18 Jun

By James Robert Shaw

A review from the UK with Toy Review TV. This edition is a look at a Doctor Who series 7 action figure produced by Character Group plc.

 

Source(s): SWCCToyReviewTV

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Diamond Select Kirk and Spock Action Figures

16 May

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Take a look at Diamond Select’s newest figures from their Star Trek license. Classic series Kirk and Spock come with interchangeable parts and cool-looking dioramas. The engine room diorama that comes with the Kirk/Khan pack has a cardboard back that can be turn around to represent a different part of engineering.

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