Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 43

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 43.   We are morphing straight into Issue 43, as we start off with Billy recapping the fight with Dayne. Now, to say the Rangers took a lost is an understatement, given Billy’s recap of events. Dayne started the battle targeting Kimberly and broke her thumb, taking the long range fighter out. Dayne…

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Review: Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 42

Comic Credits Writer: Ryan Parrot Illustrator: Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors: Walter Baiamonte Color Assistance: Katia Ranalli Letters: Ed Dukeshire Cover: Jamal Campbell Editor: Dafna Pleban   Warning: This review will contain spoilers for Mighty Morphin Power Rangers issue 42.   Kicking off the issue is Dayne narrating over the current battle the Mighty Moprhin Power Rangers face. Now, I enjoyed reading his analysis of the Rangers, as they fought; it gave characters like Rocky, Adam, and Aiesha a bit more depth to them. Whereas, his analysis the remaining originals: Billy,…

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Power Rangers Lightning Collection – Lord Zedd Review

Hasbro’s line of collector’s focused Power Rangers action figures, known as the Lightning Collection, has started to make its way out to fans. While the street date is officially April 22nd or May 1st (Depending where you look), Amazon began delivering Lord Zedd to some of those who pre-ordered it. Luckily, one of those orders belonged to Hero Club’s own Soundout12 who has presented a review for us today. Almost guaranteed to be the hardest to find figure of the first wave, Lord Zedd looks striking in his packaging and cuts a very striking silhouette, but how is…

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Review: HGUC Sinanju Stein (Narrative Ver.)

Welcome to Soundout12’s brand-new Model Kit Monday! The series is back from a long hiatus and this week we’ll be looking at the HGUC Sinanju Stein (Narrative Ver.). This kit was released in October 2018 for 2800 yen/ $32.99 and is based upon the Mobile Suit Gundam Narrative film. The Sinanju Stein was used by the primary antagonist of the movie, Zoltan Akkanen and the kit reuses most of its parts from the HGUC Sinanju. That being said, there’s a lot of great engineering involved with the building of the kit itself and this ends up being quite unique. Check out the video review…

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Transformers “Bumblebee” Review

In 2007 it was a pretty scary point in time for the Transformers, seeing as Transformers: Cybertron ended its run the year prior, there was no major presence for the franchise. Then with the release of the 2007 movie, things changed overnight as the film was a success and led to various sequels and new animated series. However, over the course of following 11 years since the Transformers made their first live-action debut it has turned out to be a crazy ride. With the success of the first movie, each…

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Marvel Legends 2018 in Review: A Lot of Product and a lot of Love

Here we are at the end of 2018, its had its ups and downs as the days passed but one of those ups was the Marvel Legends 2018 lineup. This year saw the line expand and Hasbro managed to release 130 figures across build-a-figure waves, multipacks and more. This is the biggest year in the line’s history and I want to highlight it today. In this video, I am looking over the line in general with a focus on the 80 figures that I purchased myself. So without further ado,…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 11 “Dick Grayson” Review

Here we are folks, the end of the first season of Titans. After a season where half the episodes were detours away from the main plot, should we be too surprised that the season finale is one as well? Not really, but without any further delay, let’s dive into Titans Episode 11 “Dick Grayson.”   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   I got to give credit to the DC Universe marketing team, as I saw advertisements everywhere for this episode. Why all that extra effort? Batman; the answer is…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 10 “Koriand’r” Review

Titans returns to its normal story track this week to follow-up on Episode 8’s cliffhanger. Being the next to last episode of the season, does “Koriand’r” accomplish what it needs to? To find out we are going to have to dive in!   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   When last we saw the core Titans team, Dick and Donna were on their way to Rachael’s mother’s home. During the drive, Donna translates the text from Kory’s notebook, only to realizes that Kory’s mission is to kill Rachael. At…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 9 “Hank and Dawn” Review

With Episode 8 ending on a massive cliffhanger, it is only natural that we spend an entire episode on Hawk and Dove’s backstories. Now, do not get me wrong as I wanted this episode however, the episode’s placement just seems odd. That being said, there is some good stuff in this episode. so let us jump in and take a closer look!   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   This episode features the return of fan-favorite characters, Hank Hall and Dawn Granger, in a follow up on the aftermath…

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DC Universe Titans Episode 8 “Donna Troy” Review

After some delays due to writer’s block and other recent events, I finally return to the world of Titans. Episode 8 features the live-action debut of Donna Troy, better known as Wonder Girl. Now without further delay, let’s dive into Titans Episode 8, “Donna Troy.”   [Warning: The following review contains several spoilers]   The previous episode of Titans, “Asylum,” is the most intense episode of the series to date! Luckily, it seems like the producers decided that it was time for a breather in the form of Donna Troy. Donna…

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