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Megahouse Excellent Model: Cure Sunshine

By VIR on June 23, 2013

The flower that bathes in sunlight, Cure Sunshine!

Dokidoki! Precure Trading Figures

By VIR on May 09, 2013

There’s more than enough Dokidoki to go around.

Kurumi Erika

By Dkun on January 15, 2013

Kurumi Erika I have made absolutely no attempt at all to hide the fact that Kurumi Erika is one of my favorite animated characters ever.

Banpresto: Cure Rhythm Plush

By VIR on January 10, 2013

Suites, sweets, and… … ugh, I JUST got that joke.

Itokin Park: Mikazukin

By VIR on November 23, 2012

Little girls in orange, half moon jumpsuits; welcome to the world of designer vinyl.

Figuarts ZERO: Coupe-sama

By VIR on November 16, 2012

No, this isn’t the Koosalagoopagoop

Figuarts ZERO Caymy

By EVA_Unit_4A on June 22, 2012

Ultimately the mer-phile in me says simply, “Sure, why not?”

Chogokin Aegis

By JoshB on January 24, 2012

Chogokin Aegis Basically, she’s an android. While she may seem cute, she’s built to fight.

5” Stretchy Finn

By JoshB on January 23, 2012

Finn the Human One of the benefits of having grade-school children is that I get to keep up on the kids cartoons without feeling creepy. Their current favorite is a show on Cartoon Network called “Adventure Time” created by Pendelton Ward. It’s a subversive, surreal cartoon about a human boy named Finn and his dog Jake in the land of Ooo.

Strike Witches Lynette Bishop

By JoshB on January 17, 2012

Lynette Bishop Strike Witches are winning the war against… Pants!

S.H. Figuarts Cure White

By Dkun on January 11, 2012

Is Cure White as good as Cure Black, or does she warrant the lack of attention? Let's find out.

Emily the Strange Mimobot

By JoshB on November 16, 2011

Emily the Strange Mimobot has released three new USB drives bearing the likeness of the cult comic phenomenon, Emily the Strange.

Nendoroid: Haru-chan

By Heather Amaral on October 24, 2011

She's cute as a button! She's got a fish and a cat!

Admiral Akainu

By chachipower on May 17, 2011

Admiral Akainu Admiral Akainu is just one of those people you would hate to be enemies with. Not only is he tall, but he is able to turn himself into magma if need be. He is from the One Piece Figuarts Zero line of figures. Zero meaning Zero articulation. Let's take a look.

Marshall D. Teach

By chachipower on May 14, 2011

Marshall D. Teach I love pirates, there is something cool about them. Especially when they look like this guy. He's very much how you would picture a typical pirate without going overboard. He hasn't any hooks for hands or table legs for his missing legs. But he does have a black beard. Hence his A.K.A- Blackbeard. We're here to check out his Figuarts Zero release. Zero meaning zero articulation.

Klan Klang (Super Deformed)

By Atom on May 31, 2009

Klan Klang is from the Banpresto produced prize items for Macross Frontier. Ichiban KUJI Premium Macross Frontier is sold in convenience stores across Japan as a lottery. Customers buy a 800 YEN ticket you pull from a blind box with a letter on it telling you which item you have won. It's completely random on what your end up with for your hard earned YEN. Available in the set of Premium goods are...

Batgirl

By starro on May 06, 2009

In 2007 DC Direct began a new series of manga-oriented 9-10 inch tall statues, sculpted by Udon Studios and based on some of their best known female characters, including Batgirl, Supergirl, Power Girl, Wonder Woman, Cheetah, and Catwoman. These have done relatively well and the series has continued with Hawkgirl, Wonder Girl, Zatanna. In 2009 we will see Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Black Canary, Huntress, and new Batgirl and Catwoman statues.

Macross Frontier Characters Vol.2

By Atom on May 06, 2009

Bandai currently has the license for Macross Frontier and has been turning out gashapons and trading figures from the series. Well I got my hands on the latest set in the HGIF series of Macross Frontier characters. This wave included Mikhail Blanc, Alto Saotome, and (what a surprise) Ranka Lee and Sheryl Nome.

Supergirl

By starro on May 06, 2009

In 2007 DC Direct began a new series of manga-oriented 9-10 inch tall statues, sculpted by Udon Studios and based on some of their best known female characters, including Batgirl, Supergirl, Power Girl, Wonder Woman, Cheetah, and Catwoman. These have done relatively well and the series has continued with Hawkgirl, Wonder Girl, Zatanna. In 2009 we will see Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Black Canary, Huntress, and new Batgirl and Catwoman statues.

Macross Frontier Characters Vol. 1

By Atom on March 27, 2009

Yep, it's another wave of collectible Macross Frontier figures from Bandai. This time there “trading figures” coming packed individually in a blind box. To be honest they appear to be the exact same scale, fit and finish as the gashapon set I reviewed a few weeks ago except for how there packaged.
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