Review: Star Wars 3.75 Inch Force Link 2.0 Wampa with Luke Skywalker (Hoth)

Hello Hero Club, this Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. While the line may still be in it’s infancy, I personally think that the Wampa creature set may be the best release in the line in the long run. The overall sculpting of the Wampa is fantastic, however the paint really makes it fall short a bit. With that in mind the Wampa may be one of the best versions to get so far in general especially since it does feature various articulation points. The Luke in the…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #26

Comic Credits: Written by Kyle Higgins Illustrated by Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors by Walter Baiamonte Letters by Ed Dukeshire   The New Adventures of Blue Senturion & Ninjor: Written by Ryan Ferrier Illustrated by Bachan Colors by Jeremy Lawson Letters by Jim Campbell Cover by Jamal Campbell Subscription cover by Jordan Gibson Color Spotlight Varient by Carlos Villa Designer Scott Newman Assistant Editor Michael Moccio Associate Editor Matthew Levine Editor Dafna Pleban   Let us get back into the Shattered Grid event, where we start off getting Drakkon finally back on…

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Review: Star Wars 6 Inch Black Series Grand Moff Tarkin

Hello Hero Club, this Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Unlike the Range Trooper, I personally think Grand Moff Tarkin may be one of if not the best figure in the Star Wars 6 Inch Black Series line so far. The overall likeness, while not 100% perfect, is bounds better than any previous release by Hasbro and I appreciate the effort they put into the figure with the new face print technology. The figure itself may be lacking in the accessory department, however the Interrogation Droid is impressive…

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Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story 6 Inch Black Series Range Trooper

Hello Hero Club, this Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Personally while I really like the design of the Star Wars 6 Inch Black Series Range Trooper, I don’t think it transitioned perfectly into toy form. The Straps greatly hinder the articulation of the figure and while makes it look unique it does hurt the overall toy in the long run. The soft goods fur coat piece is pretty though, which does at least help the neck joint to not be as restricted. Flaws aside, in conclusion if…

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Review: S.H.Figuarts Kamen Rider Build RabbitTank Form

Tamashii Nations is continuing its tenth anniversary celebration by featuring Kamen Rider Build, as an affordable S.H.Figuarts. However, for Tamashii Nations to meet the desired price the figure does not have normal accessories like Build’s Drill Crusher. Yet, it does feature the ability to remove the Full Bottles from the Build Driver; it is a similar feature seen with the Shinkocchou Seihou Kamen Rider W figures and the Gaia Memories. Besides the accessory count the figure is cool, and hosts several features rarely seen in the series. Luckily enough through…

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Review: Transformers Power of the Primes Deluxe Class Moonracer

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Power of the Primes Moonracer is actually a pleasant surprise since I actually didn’t expect to see more updates to the other female figures featured in the original Transformers animated series. Moonracer may actually end up being one of my most favorite female Transformers since both modes are sleak and pretty unique. The only major flaw I personally see with the figure is that the kibble causes some bad balancing issues, however it can be slightly remedied…

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Review: The Immortal Men #1

Comic Credits Jim Lee, Ryan Benjamin, and James Tynion IV: Writers Scott Williams & Richard Friend: Inkers Jeremiah Skipper & Alex Sinclair: Colorist Carlos M Mangual: Letterer Lee, Williams, and Sinclair: Cover Art Jessica Chen : Associate Editor Katie Kubert: Editor Jamie S. Rich: Group Editor   I went into The Immortal Men completely blind, and I have to say that the writing crew does a great job at establishing what is going on with this new character, Caden. I have to say I love the bit of mystery that…

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Review: Champions of Earth #3

The following is a review of Champions of Earth #3   Comic Credits Written and created by Alexander Banchitta & James Riccardo Pencils by Marcelo Salaza Inks by Scott Shriver Lettering by Fred C. Stresing Cover Art by Gabe Pinto   This is the final issue for Champions of Earth and I have to say that it concludes in a way that I was not expecting. One of the things I have enjoyed about this series crafted by Alexander Banchitta and James Riccardo is that it has a certain way…

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Review: Star Wars 6 Inch Black Series Clone Captain Rex

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Captain Rex was so far my most anticipated release within the Star Wars 6 Inch Black Series line so far and I quite glad the final product turned out fantastic. The details on the figure are phenomenal and I appreciate that the retail version of the figure features the great face print technology. The articulation is still fantastic as usual and the overall design is well made. In conclusion, I highly recommend getting Captain Rex especially if…

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Review: Transformers Power of the Primes Deluxe Class Dinobot Snarl

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. Snarl marks the final release of the Dinobots and with that I am glad to finally own all them in one format. The Age of Extinction Dinobots really didn’t fill the void very well so I am glad to finally get all the Generations updates to them. Snarl is in my opinion the easiest to transform out of all the Dinobots since it seems it has less clearance issues for some reason. Both modes are once again…

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