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    First off, I’d like to thank the Four Horsemen for sending this figure along for review. I only asked for samples of the Power Soldier and  Elite Soldier (since I’d missed the sale), so his inclusion in the package was a pleasant surprise. –PG Revell’s Power Lords were memorable for three things: great designs, ahead-of-its-time […]

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    THE POWERPUFF GIRLS ARE ALL GROWN UP

    This was done by the incredibly talented illustrator Stanley Lau a.k.a. Artgerm for his Justice Magazine series of mock covers. The dude’s work is off the hinges. Check out more on his deviantART page.


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    [at Seeking Alpha] - As we end a year in which the major indices are all up over 20%, 2014 approaches with little chance of repeating that same performance. The market is at all time highs, but with only modest growth in the ...

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  • 01/09/14--07:30: Cubbins’ Creeps
  • Bartholomew Cubbins' Creeps feature an array of limited edition art toys and apparel. Creeps by Cubbins features seven colorful characters: Rocket Boy, Lil' Red Devil, Fishstick, Grampa, EggEye, Boobs, and Boo. They're available on keychains, t-shirts, watches, art prints and there's also the Rocket Boy 8" tall vinyl toy (shown below) that sells for $100.00 […]

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    WHAT: I asked a select few folks how their 2013 was, and what should folks expect from them in 2014, and this is what they shared with TOYSREVIL…

    TOYSREVIL-SAYS: I was "lucky". This was the very first time I DMed the artist known as "Bwana Spoons" out of the blue, and had seeked his participation in this Year-end-wrap-up Q&A-scheme, and he replied. I've long been a 'errand'-fan of his work, but never truly been able to fully grasp at, or label "it", but seems I came at the tail-end of his next artist-evolution, and I am grateful for Brandon sharing with us...


    BRANDON BWANA SPOONS: January 2013 I was very focused on a globby graphic novel. I don't think I even came close to finishing. But it inspired me to do other things that bumped along the year.

    Toy wise. I got Jeff done on my own. Which felt pretty big. And Gargamel produced Teenage Randall. I also started working in instead of just on, my own studio. Favorite trip was probably... going to the desert and picking up my Giant killers.



    (Below: "Spacehorse Jeff" to be released Friday Jan 17th)



    BRANDON BWANA SPOONS: 2014. I seem to be pretty focused on painting right now, being a painter again. My big plans for the year are to expand the universe of Gravy toys. Starting with getting Lonny (jeff's brother) made thru a kickstarter, and to travel to rapa nui towards the end of the year. Two simple biggish goals. Let's see how i do.


    (Previews for "Moonmen of the Pink River" can be viewed @ helliongallery.com)
    NOTE: All Images in this post were lifted from Bwana's instagram @bananapoons by myself and were not provided by the artist.



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    You might have noticed last week things got a little bit quiet around these parts. Thanks to the New Year being a much bigger deal in the east than in the west, news coming out of Japan was pretty light. You might even call it nonexistent as Japan basically took all of last week off. Seeing as how this article thrives on covering the greatest news from the previous week that came in under the radar you might see why this installment came up a little starved for news.

    What's a writer to do?

    I probably could have just taken a week off, but instead I decided to fall back on my one true love: Transformers. I was only four-years-old when the franchise launched in 1984 and I've been a fan non-stop ever since. For 30 years I've been spending money on it, letting it take over my house and my life, sticking with it through the good times and the bad. If that doesn't sound like marriage then I don't know what it sounds like. Well, an obsession, I guess, but that doesn't sound nearly as nice.

    Whatever. Welcome to the Tomopop LinkUP Transformers special!

    Tomopop LinkUP: Robot Carnival screenshot

    Read more...

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    Newsarama have posted a new interview with Tom Scioli who is working on the Transformers GI Joe Crossover Comic from IDW Publishing. Tom talks about the series and some of the ideas he's bring to it along with some behind-the-scenes drawings form the upcoming series that give us a teaser of what we may be seeing include a look at Cobra Commander riding ravage and the Optimus Prime transporting the Joes. Check out the images and more details on the New Transformers GI Joe Crossover Comic Book now.

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    HOW MANY TIMES WOULD HARRY AND MARV HAVE DIED IN THE ‘HOME ALONE' MOVIES?

    I always wondered this, even as a kid. Sure, I’d seen hundreds of boulders, anvils, safes, pianos and more dropped on Wile E. Coyote’s head in cartoons, but I still wince when that iron drops on Marv’s head in Home Alone. And then there was the scene in Home Alone 2 where Kevin is chucking bricks at Marv’s skull from a rooftop and I always thought he’d be dead as shit in real life.

    Screen Junkies got a doctor to diagnose every injury sustained by the Wet Bandits across both Home Alone and Home Alone 2: Lost In New York and the final conclusion is further proof that they just don’t make kid flicks like they used to.

    [Via /Film]


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    Techno Source, a division of LF Products (a Li & Fung company), and KD Interactive, a division of KD group have announced the Kurio Phone, a smartphone designed specifically for kids. The product will feature advanced parental controls and safety features as well as an Internet filtering system. The Kurio Phone will also include GPS [...]

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    Local fire departments in Robbinsville and Plumsted teamed up with the Marine Corps. Reserve Toys for Tots annual campaign to provide toys as Christmas gifts to less fortunate children in the community.

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    SILVER SPRING- This week, hundreds of underprivileged children in the area will receive toys which their families were unable to give them for Christmas.

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    ItsAllTrue has been running a bunch of 2013-assessment posts, such as It’sAllTrue.net’s Top Ten Action Figures of 2013 and NoisyDvL5′s 2013 Highlights & Disappointments. Definitely worth checking out. The amazing ED-209 by NECA is now in stock at Amazon. CollectionDX has announced a new convention, Super Robots Giant Monster (SRGM). It will take place in Lowell, Massachusetts on […]

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    Funko has been dazzling collectors recently with their Mystery Minis announcements. Today, they add another top television show license to their arsenal with the Game of Thrones Mystery Minis Series. The series is made up of 15 characters, with 24 unique 2.5" tall figures (some super-rare variants and GID). I guess this might be your […]

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  • 01/09/14--11:07: Positive Uranus
  • He really is.

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    Game of Thrones is preparing to unveil its own line of adorable toys. As strange as it may sound, the acclaimed HBO series is getting ready to offer a line of cutesy figures to its legion of loyal fans. Although the show is known for its gratuitous depictions of sex and violence, these toys suggest... Read more » ‘Game Of Thrones’ Gets Its Own Line Of Adorable Toys [Photos] is a post from: The ...

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    Come new listing on Amazon reveal IDW Publishing are reissuing the Transformers: Robots in Disguise Volume 1 and Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Volume 1 trade paperback editions. Both of these publications are slated for a May 20, 2014 release with all new cover artwork IDW artist Livio Ramondelli. See the summaries for Transformers: Robots in Disguise Volume 1 and Transformers: More Than Meets The Eye Volume 1 along with cover images below.

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    The Black - Plastic - Life Blog have posted a review with images of the Toy World TW-03 BII figure that is a homage to the G1 Bumblebee figure with a Volkswagon VW alternatemode. Black - Plastic - Life says: "Despite giving BII the real alt mode of G1 Bumblebee, Toyworld decided to give BII a more animation-ish proportion to it, much like Bumblebee G1 toy. BII's windscreen, side and rear windows are made out of solid plastic instead of translucent plastic." Read the full review now at

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    Today’s Supahcute Kaiju Show preview is brought to you by the amazing Jared Andrew Schorr! Did you know that he cuts everything by hand? Tremendous!! Here is a sneak preview of his second piece; I especially love the contrast between … Continue reading 

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    Forums member chuckdawg1999 has posted a video review of the Transformers Kreo Micro Changers Wave 4 figures. Watch his review where he works through the set of toys and builds each one of them.

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