Review: Mini-Pla VS Vehicle Gattai Series 02 Pat Kaiser

Now, it is time to look at the Mini-Pla series for Kaito Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger. For this installment in the Super Sentai series, the mecha are referred to as the VS Vehicles and currently consist of either the Dial Fighters, or the Trigger Machines. The Patrangers are paired with the Trigger Machines, which are basic police vehicles; they combine with the Good Striker to form Pat Kaiser. The Candy Toy version several of the feature remain on these model kits from the DX versions. They have a…

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Review: S.H.Figuarts Ultraman Jack (The Return of Ultraman)

The fourth Ultraman arrives in the S.H.Figuarts line! Ultraman Jack is from Tsuburaya Productions’ The Return of Ultraman (1971), and competed against the first Kamen Rider series. Now, as a S.H.Figuarts figure, Ultraman Jack does feature a new modified sculpt based on its preceding Ultra Brothers, Ultraman and Zoffy! Since Ultraman Jack is the Ultra to become more of a typical “henshin hero” the figure comes with a variety of accessories; it has weapons and blast effects. Yet, how well does the figure hold up and how many items does…

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Review: Mini-Pla VS Vehicle Gattai Series 01 Lupin Kaiser

It is finally time for I, Wheelchair21, to begin looking at the Mini-Pla series for Kaito Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patranger. For this installment in the Super Sentai series, the mecha are referred to as the VS Vehicles and currently consist of either the Dial Fighters, or the Trigger Machines. The Lupinrangers are paired with the Dial Fighter, aerial vehicles ranging between planes and VTOLs; they combine with the Good Striker to form Lupin Kaiser.   Now, for the Candy Toy version several of the feature remain on these…

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Review: S.H.Figuarts Night Rogue (Kamen Rider Build)

It took awhile for this specific item to arrive, but here is the review for S.H.Figuarts Night Rogue! First off, I feel like compulsively purchased this item due to the suit’s theme and design. I am not too into Kamen Rider Build, but I love these suits! However, the figure did turn out in an interesting way, as it is not perfect or terrible. The video easily assists in point out the pros and the con to this S.H.Figuarts release… Please favorite, like, comment and subscribe to my channel! Like…

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Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story Force Link 2.0 Wave Two

Hello Hero Club this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. The second wave of the Force Link 2.0 figures have an okay assortment of figures, however it is lacking the character selection based on actual characters from Solo: A Star Wars Story. That being said the new figures included in the second wave are alright. Supreme Leader Snoke is pretty much just a repack from the one released in the BB-8 Playset, however it is nice to see Hasbro give an option for those who didn’t…

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Review: Super Mini-Pla Choju Gattai Live Robo

We come to the third Super Sentai mecha retail release in the Super Mini-Pla line; it is none other than Chojuu Sentai Liveman’s Live Robo! Liveman is the twelfth entry in Super Sentai, but the last series during the Showa Era. Live Robo is combination of the main three Livemen’s mecha: Jet Falcon, Land Lion, and Aqua Dolphin. However, these vehicles are also referred to as Aero Machine, Land Machine, and Aqua Machine. Live Robo is a parts forming mecha, as some pieces are not necessary to combination. In addition,…

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Review: Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patoranger DX Scissors Dial & Blade Dial Fighter

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. The Kaitou Sentai Lupinranger VS Keisatsu Sentai Patoranger – VS Vehicle Series DX Scissors Dial Fighter & Blade Dial Fighters are some of the better VS vehicles in my opinion. It is awesome that the vehicles can summon weapons for the Lupinrangers and the fact that both dial fighters are separate VS Vehicles. The Scissors Dial Fighter is overall the better of the two since it features a giant set of scissors as it’s main form of…

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Review: Kamen Rider Build DX Magma Knuckle

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review.  The DX Cross-Z Magma Knuckle may be lacking in features, however that doesn’t change the fact how much I love this henshin device. Knuckle like devices are a dime a dozen in modern toku so it is awesome to see one used in Kamen Rider Build. I is unfortunate that the Cross-Z Magma Knuckle doesn’t have an on/off switch especially since most of Banjou’s devices feature one. In conclusion if you are a fan of Kamen Rider…

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Review: Star Wars 3.75 Inch Force Link 2.0 Darth Maul & Qui-gon Jinn

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another review. The Force Link 2.0 Darth Maul & Qui-gon 2 pack in the Solo: A Star Wars Story toyline is a mixed bag in my opinion. The designs themselves may have looked good on paper, however I personally think the execution wasn’t the best. Darth Maul is clearly the weaker of the two figures even though I do like the variety of accessories it includes. The figure itself isn’t the best mold we have received in the 3.75 Inch…

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Review: Solo: A Star Wars Story 3.75 Inch Force Link 2.0 Han Solo’s Landspeeder

Hello Hero Club, this is Darkon633 and I am back with another toy review. The 3.75 Inch Force Link 2.0 toy based on Han Solo’s Speeder from Solo: A Star Wars Story is actually a surprisingly good toy in my opinion. While the vehicle itself is a bit plain I think it does well to represent a vehicle that could easily be seen in the original films. The speeder itself is decently detailed with the slight details in the cockpit area and the weathered effects throughout the vehicle. The Han Solo…

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