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  • Yeah, can't argue with that now. Hasbro also wouldn't need to make exaggerated and cartoon-y proportions like BA did (because reasons and things and stuff).

    EVA_Unit_4A   3 years 1 week ago
  • Iron Giant

    Just bought two....had to search on google to then goto wal mart...said only three left.
    Very grateful for this review would gave missed out like trendmasters one

    AJProDie-Cast   3 years 1 week ago
  • I wouldn't mind Hasbro (now that they have the PR license in NA) taking a crack at doing 5" non combining Megazords but not as stylized as these. They can even go for a show accurate look (a man in a robot suit).

    VZMK2   3 years 2 weeks ago
  • Megazord

    Getting back into super sentai, I'd loved to see some more Super Sentai/Power Ranger toy reviews in the future. Especially more obscure stuff.

    VZMK2   3 years 3 weeks ago
  • I started collecting this line last year after I saw the Millennium Falcon for like 70 bucks and I thought "wow, that's a lot less than I expected" and discovered nearly all the toys in the line can be acquired for dirt cheap, even brand new. The only toy from the line I had as a kid was the landspeeder and without any figures it didn't see much action.

    This figure looks good and unless I'm mistaken, it's essentially a slight redeco of the Cinema Scenes release that came with Ponda Baba and Dr Whatsisname but I went a different route to accomplish this look; I bought the original Obi-Wan figure from the line and bought some of the Episode 1 accesory packs that came with Jedi robes to give him a soft goods cloak so he could actually sit in the landspeeder with his hood up and pull a mind trick on some unsuspecting sandtroopers.

    Tetsuryu   3 years 4 weeks ago
  • Wheelie

    I love the movie and the post-movie episodes and even I can't be impressed by the design.

    Barring Hot Rod (and obviously Ultra Magnus), pretty much all the movie-based characters made for rather underwhelming toys. Probably because unlike all the other characters before and after, the animation models were made first and then the toy engineers had to figure out how to convert them into toys.

    Tetsuryu   3 years 4 weeks ago
  • I don't know if you know or care, but the official Bandai Tamashii Youtube page has the Dairugger XV anime with English subtitles. They're also putting up the original Wataru anime there.

    VZMK2   3 years 4 weeks ago
  • I'm super happy with mine. No design quibbles at all. Maybe a little back heavy if not mindful of posing, but it's easy to avoid. Would have been cool if it had swords in different colors like the Miracle Works toy.

    But basically all wow. So happy it holds together so solid too. Having issues with both of my MW sets had me a little wary, and Bandai isn't infallible. But they got it all right this time.

    Optimal III   3 years 4 weeks ago
  • Deluxe Mega Voyager

    This was the first Power Rangers toy I bought for my son way back when. We played and played and played with it. Several years later, the arm assembly of the yellow spaceship broke, and it was more than super glue could fix. I contacted Bandai and they sent a free replacement. It's really unusual, as it didn't have the factory applied stickers. The kid was pretty excited when his first Megazord got fixed!

    djinniman37   3 years 7 weeks ago
  • Lando Calrissian

    A shame that this figure and Star Wars toys nowadays are such peg-warmers despite utilizing the face-printing technology. Maybe Lucasfilm should just re-do the figures of the characters from Episodes 1-6 instead of hammering down with the sequel trilogy.

    makaikishi   3 years 8 weeks ago
  • ST Bio Man

    I've always wondered why some of the names of the Godaikin versions of the toys were taken from the title of the show that's in it instead of its original name instead...

    makaikishi   3 years 9 weeks ago
  • Hound

    Love this line too. I enjoyed the Prime Wars trilogy, but this one is even better because the gimmick doesn't hamper anything. Packaging is great for all the figures that are boxed. Scale is great too.

    Optimal III   3 years 9 weeks ago
  • Land Speed Racer

    We just sold this toy on eBay.

    netkid   3 years 10 weeks ago
  • Sound Flasher Ideon

    Well, I just bought one back, lol, for far much more than I sold I think... but anyway...

    JoshB   3 years 10 weeks ago
  • Sound Flasher Ideon

    I don't regret you selling this. :) 

    Btw, it's more like 10" than 7". 

    NekroDave   3 years 10 weeks ago
  • Egg McMuffin Robot

    Apparently you can get this style of egg on other egg-using sandwiches that use egg but normally have the flat-type scrambled egg, egg egg egg egg egg egg egg egg.

    Also I don't know if you remember the Breakfast Stackers they tried to do a while back as a rip-off of the In-N-Out "Secret Menu" thing, where you could order various combinations of breakfast food items.  Double sausage!  Triple egg!  More slices of cheese!  It didn't last long, which made sense, like, the sole reason I'm buying this thing is to have some calories in me to face the day, the last thing I want is to have to endure it for a longer period of time.

    Anyway.  That toy looks pretty lame.  It says a lot that they couldn't even be arsed to make the bottom half transform into legs.

    RobotBastard   3 years 11 weeks ago
  • D.VA & Meka

    Like, of all the toy lines to produce a really good version of D.Va's MEKA, it's so strange that it would be Funko Pop, whose whole deal is "simple cheap icon versions".

    RobotBastard   3 years 12 weeks ago
  • Three-Man Light Jet

    Break out the wall anchors and fishing line :)

    RobotBastard   3 years 12 weeks ago
  • The Raven

    I just watched this movie last week on the Comet channel. It was pretty good considering it's age. It also stars a young Jack Nicholson! And all 3 women in this film were gorgeously voluptuous. I liked the premise of how it loosely adapted Poe's The Raven while integrating a story of rival sorcerers. I wouldn't mind if a modern remake was made that utilized the cutting edge special effects of today.

    netkid   3 years 13 weeks ago
  • Apparently, Auldey re-issued their three robots from the Space Deleter series this year. Just got back from my trip to Beijing and bought all three robots from Toys 'R Us, priced at $22.65 each.

    I guess all three robots are easier to be re-issued compared to the Giant Saver toys since they don't have electronics in the first place. 

    makaikishi   3 years 13 weeks ago
  • Argus

    I got one. Yay!

    JoshB   3 years 17 weeks ago
  • Dana O' Shee

    Years later, I would have loved to hear your take on all the Robot Spirits Dunbine figures they put out.

    JoshB   3 years 25 weeks ago
  • Honestly it would take too much time to do a video, edit, upload etc. I'm just trying to get it done. I have a backlog of reviews building up. I have about 12 working days of content left I think. I just gotta plow through it.

    JoshB   3 years 28 weeks ago
  • oh man sorry to hear about all the trouble you're having Josh.

    but glad things are moving. I'm surprised you haven't hopped on to youtube and instagram and twitter to make more  updates. to show what you're doing. keep the awareness going and hopefully more donations will come in.

    I appreciate the work Josh thanks again.

    kidchuckle   3 years 28 weeks ago
  • ZA   3 years 30 weeks ago