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    The particular upgraded auto parts companies are what on earth is known as secondary market place. This specific secondary market is filled with alternative, excess and in some cases utilised efficiency auto parts which don’t feature a car with “stock”, also referred to as factory situation. Aftermarket results parts are fitted auto parts, chemical substances, [...]

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    Tomopop Review: Bandai's Figuarts Zero Sousuke Aizen screenshot

    For a series as long-running as Bleach has been, I've always been surprised there haven't been a ton more figures. That's especially the case when talking about the series' first antagonist, Sousuke Aizen. The Soul Reaper-turned-traitor is a favorite character of mine from the series, yet trying to hunt down a figure of him has left me disappointed.

    At least that was the case until Bandai dropped a Figuarts Zero Aizen in my lap, going after his form once he emerges fused with his hogyoku. Is Aizen worth it, or should I have hoped to wait longer for something better? Hit the jump to check him out!

    Figure name: Figuarts Zero Sousuke Aizen Hogyoku Fusion ver.
    Figure maker: Bandai
    Retail price: ¥3,300
    Available at: HobbyLink Japan

    So here, we have our box. The outside is rather spectacular looking, featuring a heavily white and black motif with a shattered pattern, as if the box was hatching. That is, hatching like Aizen was out of his initial, chrysalis-like state once he had fused with his hogyoku. It honestly takes what would otherwise be a boring, plain box with a corner window and print oversetting part of the clear plastic, and turns it into something much more eye-catching ... though it is a bit large.

    On the inside, there's the illustration the figure is based off of. Aizen with blonde hair is ... weird.

    Out of the box and fully assembled, Aizen looks rather impressive at first glance. His pose is one of power, one hand forward, the other drawn back holding his zanpakuto. His hair and robes flow around him, as if being blown about by some unknown force or power. His eyes look sunken and dark, his suit of white taught against his slightly muscular frame. There's enough detail in certain parts to really draw your eye to those parts alone, like the fringes of his robes or his outstretched hand.

    I must note at this point that he is very reflective in light, just as a heads up should you choose to display him somewhere well lit. It actually caused me to spend a lot more time shooting him than I expected.

    From the other angles at a distance, Aizen looks very powerful and intimidating. He doesn't really have much of an active pose outside of his robes and hair blowing in the wind, but he's intended to give off a feeling of ultimate power, and I think the way he's sculpted, it sort of does that. You can also see the cross pattern on the chest of his outfit, which looks nice but not too fancy or anything.

    Like the box, the base has a black and white shattered motif to it. It also has Aizen's name across the front of it in the bottom. The hexagonal shape looks nice and different from the normal round base. Aizen fits snugly on it, so no worries about him falling off.

    The tattered edges of Aizen's wind-swept robes have this rough look to them, which looks good ... except some of the roughness is from the actual cut of the mold. Taken as a whole, it's not as smooth as it could have been presentation-wise, but it's not a bad look.

    Unfortunately, Aizen is not without seams running down his arms and legs, as well as at his shoulders. I might joke that the blinding glare from how reflective his white clothing is will blind you to them, but up close, you can definitely see them. To say it's a tad bit disappointing is about right. It's not a deal killer, per se, but something that Bandai should have done a better job of masking.

    Can you guess where his zanpakuto goes? It fits into his right hand, slotting in pretty easily, and stays there without much of a problem. It does add a bit of width to Aizen, though, so keep that in mind when displaying him. Or shooting him.

    Aizen's long, blonde hair is probably going to be a point of contention. I know, the illustration has him blonde ... but come on, in the anime series and other artwork I've seen of him, his hair stayed brown. None the less, the wind-whipped look of his long flowing locks does look cool, and each of the strands has its own definition without paint slopping issues.

    If you thought his hair as a bit controversial, the face sculpt may be even more so. Aizen's gaze has a distinct evil look to it, but only from a select few angles. In all other angles, it just doesn't look that great. I think it's because of the way his mouth is sculpted to have a slight sinister smile to it, but that's not visible from every angle, so it just looks off at times.

    So how do I feel about the final version? To be honest ... underwhelmed. It's a serviceable figure and Bleach fans should be able to enjoy that someone has actually made a damn Aizen figure for once, but I can't walk away from this saying it's anything more than a bigger-scale, better sculpted prize figure. OR that's what it feels like to me. With Aizen, I love the pose but find disappointment with some of the details. It's a perfectly fine, middle-of-the-road figure, but maybe that was the goal all along considering his price.

    [Thanks to HobbyLink Japan for sending along a review sample!]

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    We've had a chance for a quick glance at their display circa New York Toy Fair 2012, and now Tenacious Toys has posted an image of TOY2R's upcoming Domo Qee Series 4! To be distributed exclusively via Dark Horse, the 2" tall figurines come blind-boxed with a SRP of US$8.99, with a tentative late-April 2012 drop. Nevertheless, if what you see above titillates your toy-collecting sense, hit up

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    Our Friend Alex found some cool photos of some 2012 BATMAN: THE DARK KNIGHT RISES Halloween Costumes that might get made. Well, they will be created, it's just that these pics are "Prototype Only" for now & not official. You get the idea! But hey, they're gonna make suits of Batman, Bane, and Catwoman! ( Thanks Alex ).

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    A couple days ago we posted some teaser shots of what is in store for everyone for Paul Kaiju’s Solo show, “Pauly Vinyl State of Mind” at TAG. You must be wondering, where the rest of the pictures are? Well, as much as we would have loved to share the...

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      The 24 Hour Cupcake ATM solves all of your problems that involve not being able to have cupcakes at all nights of the hour.  Any true geek wakes up at two in the morning with that classic desire to munch on some delicious cupcakes, but society doesn’t just let you make cupcakes at three in the morning, and bakers need to sleep too. If you live in the wonderful city of Beverly Hills, then this is no longer an issues.  The ...

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  • 03/04/12--13:35: R.I.P. Ralph McQuarrie
  • Mention the name "Ralph McQuarrie", and any self-respecting geek ("sci-fi" or otherwise) would more likely link him to the Star Wars trilogy - for he has been extremely well known to have designed for 'A New Hope', 'The Empire Strikes Back' and 'Return Of The Jedi'. Seen above is a collection of his works specifically for Star Wars, which no doubt has influenced generations of designers and

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    iGear to release Unlicensed Figure Object screenshot

    In case the slew of new products iGear showed off last week wasn't enough, here's yet another familiar looking transforming robots. The company showed off photos of their latest Mini Warrior, UFO, who might be based on Transformers' Spanish flying saucer robot, Cosmos. It will come with a ray gun, space helmet, and features a spiffy looking robot mode. No word yet on a release date or price.

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  • 03/04/12--13:35: BANE by Rudy Ao
  • Inkwash of BANE by Singapore-based comicbook-artist Rudy Ao [www / deviantART] and the Dark Knight's nemesis has never looked that awesome - frankly more menacing in this buffed-up mode and more realistic than the super-buffed-up comicbook version, IMHO. *I Like*Go check out more character-illustrations here on his Facebook-album, and bug him for a commission by emailing (

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    The Tonner Doll Company has finally revealed their Marvel Universe Rogue doll, and we couldn't be more excited to see our favourite X-Men immortalized as a Tonner doll! This upcoming doll will have a limited production run of 300 pieces and features an Emily head sculpt, 16" Heroic body, dark green hand-painted eyes, brown rooted saran hair with platinum streaks, tyler skin tone, green and yellow stretch jumpsuit, brown faux leather jacket, yellowy stretch gauntlets, two brown belts with metal trim, yellow faux leather boots with back zipper, two pairs of hands (yellow and Tyler skin tone), and a display stand. This doll has a suggested retail price of $159.99. Click the thumbnails above for a closer look and head over to the Tonner site to pre-order yours right now!

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    The Disney Store Travelin’ Through Tokyo Box Set is an interesting set … How does it compare to the Mattel 1:55′s? Strangely the Sumo CARS are smaller than the Mattel ones … but equally strangely, they are actually heavier … Because the sumo belt is plastic on the Mattel version but metal on the Disney [...]

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    "For a recent show at Post No Bills in Venice, Ron took over the cereal aisle at a local Ralph's Supermarket. His "Short Shelf Life" intervention didn't last long, but for a few hours Sugar Diabetic Bear, Cap'n Cornstarch, and Sugar Frosted Fat shared space alongside the brands we've all come to know.Sold out almost instantly, the obese Tony-the-Tiger that was featured on the box of Sugar Frosted

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    We just received news about the latest addition to Medicom RAH series, the Darth Vader version 2.0! Toy Garden and Toywiz Malaysia will be taking preorder for this hot item now! Remember that the previous Medicom RAH Darth Vader which is very hard to get by, this is your chance for the super villain Darth [...]

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      The Light Up Flashing Chick Squishballs are fun for the office and great for the kids!  When your stapler gets put into jello one too many times, you have something to take out your anger on!  Just bang the fluffy squishball against a hard surface, and you’re rewarded with a flashing LED!  Alternately, you could use this LED ball to attack the coworker responsible and have no fear of repercussions, because this won’t hurt anyone unless wielded by Chuck Norris.  It’s ...

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    set database: LEGO 7044 rescue chopper

    set number: 7044
    set name: rescue chopper
    theme: town, world city, coastguard, helicopter
    year: 2004
    pieces: 201
    prices: us$20
    minifigs: 2

    world city sub theme in town theme.
    come with a rescue helicopter.
    included a buoy and a stretcher.
    the helicopter has 2 side storage, a rear buoy compartment and a winch for the stretcher.
    minifigs included 2 coast guard minifigs.
    great playability.
    overall design is good.
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  • 03/05/12--04:21: Tekno Black Light Bubbles
  •   The Tekno Black Light Bubbles from ThinkGeek aren’t your ordinary floating spheres of happiness – these specially created bubble solutions are much more fun to play with!  These glowing bubbles are great for places that have giant blacklights – nightclubs (though you’ll be shunned as weird) and Lazer Tag places are prime examples of locations at which you can blow your Tekno Black Light Bubbles. Watch them float like normal bubbles, and glow like that radioactive goo that made Daredevil extremely awesome! ...

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