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Video Review: Retrofire Delta Squad Megazord

Many of the problems I had with the releases from 2009 are present here as well.

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Video Review: Retrofire Jungle Pride Megazord

This may very well be the first truly perfect Retrofire toy.

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Video Review: Knight Rider K.I.T.T. (Knight Industries Two Thousand)

K.I.T.T., a high-tech advanced, artificially intelligent and nearly-indestructible car...of the 1980's.

Video Review: T-6 Jedi Shuttle

Aside from not fitting all four minifigs inside at the same time, and how the bottom of the wings completely lack accurate detail, this is a fantastic and well crafted set.

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Video Review: Samurai Gattai Series 04- Ika Origami

This toy becomes part of combinations that should never have been in the first place because they don’t know what they are, why they exist, or what to do with themselves.

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Video Review: Zangeki Kanjoutou Sakanamaru

I must admit to being disheartened a bit over its lack of control with the sound effects.

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Video Review: ARC-170 Starfighter

It has been modernized a little to be clean and refined, and streamlined some bumps that the original 2005 set had.

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Video Review: Undercover Cruiser

Ahh, those clever Space Police and their surprise intergalactic speed traps…

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Video Review: Hailfire Droid

Even though all you can do is roll it around and flip the laser turret down, this set is more about dominating the minifig-filled battlefield.

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Video Review: VB-6 Konig Monster SP Ver.

Bandai knocks it out of the park with this great DX Chogokin!

Video Review: Emperor Palpatine's Shuttle

It doesn’t have the gimmicks I thought it would, but it's a nice average set, just what I needed to fill that particular gap in my LEGO collection.

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Video Review: Robot Desk Set

Here’s an anonymous, non-licensed quasi-toy which succeeds on its own merits despite its forgettable nature.

Video Review: Combat Hero

Possibly the most annoying robot toy ever. This one you gotta see, with VIDEO

Video Review: Type-J9 Griffon

Kotobukiya continues their line of D-Style Kits. Here is the infamous Griffon for your building pleasure.

Video Review: Voyager-class Autobot Sea Spray

A much needed and well-deserved upgrade for the little-hovercraft-that-could.

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Video Review: Star Trek II TWoK Phaser

The overall package is very clean and cool.

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Video Review: Zerokage & Bakuryu

A glorious ending to the Tobikage Soul of Chogokin Trilogy.

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Video Review: Rodimus Minor

One of the best Rodimus toys we have to date. Do you go the USA or Japan route to acquire yours? Take a look and decide for yourself.

Video Review: SDF-1 Macross (Do You Remember Love type)

My toy collecting has come full circle. THE toy I wanted when I was younger but could never have, the Do You Remember Love SDF-1 Macross, is now in my hands in glorious 1/3000 scale.

Video Review: God Reideen

The fact that they made another toy of this design gives me hope that the SRC line will be a unique and original line, and not just the same old characters re-hashed. With HD Video Review

Video Review: System Mecha Collection Srungle

“On the Elusive Nature of Perfection,” or “Srungle, The Differently-Abled Robot”

Video Review: Reideen the Brave

I still think Bandai has a ways to go before perfecting what should be a simple transformation mechanism, but as a whole I really like this latest version of Reideen.

Video Review: King Ding and His Robot Brain

Like American Muscle cars, American robot toys were often big, powerful and filled with gimmicks and details that delighted and astounded. Most collectors of vintage Japanese and modern robot toys are unfamiliar with the wonders of these motorized...

Video Review: Type-7 Brocken Labor (OVA Version)

Rarely do I hate a toy. I can usually find some redeeming value in most every toy I get, or be able to find some reason why one type of collector would want it. You have to respect, at the very least, the work someone put into making the item in...

Video Review: PA-SP Gao Kong

In the end, I got this set because it felt like adding something special to the collection of Power Animals I already had, and it was through previous confidence in the Gao Gorilla that convinced me it was a good choice.