Aug 262014
 

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAY’know, I kinda stopped reviewing Transformers awhile ago because I seldom had anything to say about them. Don’t get me wrong, I love Transformers, but when they actually got consistently good across the board, that’s when I struggled with reviewing them. Much like how most G.I. Joes or S.H. Figuarts are pretty much basically the same, I just ain’t got nothing extraordinary to talk about. Not so with Hasbro’s Transformers Thrilling Thirty Leader Jetfire here.

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Oct 262009
 

You thought you escaped. You thought they would never return. You thought that Landon dude had forgotten to do the sequel to that horrifying Pokemon kiddie toy review. Your hopes and dreams have been crushed, as the Pokemon Cheebees return in full force. Cower in fear as these adorable atrocities show you that there is no god, that your parents never loved you, and that toys can destroy your soul. Or whatever.

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Oct 202009
 

(Another review I originally posted over at Turquoise Version.)

As I was perusing a local Toys R Us a few weeks back, I happened upon these little monstrosities: Pokemon Cheebees. I thought to myself, “Pokemon vinyl figures? That almost makes sense,” and snapped up all four of them right then and there.

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Oct 192009
 

(Another review initially posted at Turquoise Version. Check that joint out already.)

Bulletto is the Clint Eastwood of the Moofia. As you can see, he likes to squint. He also likes big guns. He’s lacking in chimpanzee sidekicks, but he makes up for that with two sentient shotgun shells at his side. I’m sure Clyde would approve.

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Oct 162009
 

(I originally posted this review at Updatedude’s toy review blog, Turquoise Version. Reposting it here because, well, I want to.)

When I was at A-Kon last year, there was a booth there that was selling urban vinyl. I’d liked the stuff for a while, but never quite had the cash to “justify” taking the plunge and buying what amounted to a more-expensive-than-usual toy. Plunking down $10 for a Mighty Mugg? Sure, that’ll fly. Plunking down roughly five times that, or more, for a figure of equivalent size? Umm… I think I’ll go visit one of the DVD booths instead. But something snapped in me last year. That “justification” no longer flew when I cast my gaze upon of Mozzarella, the leader of the Moofia.

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