Thursday, December 27, 2012

Art Figures "Soldiers of Fortune"

The packaging is a simple designed box that has a flap lid using hidden magnets for secure closure.

The figure obviously resembles Jason Statham as Lee Christmas in The Expendables and its sequel. This is the last 1/6 scale figure I collected for the year. My next review will be done next year :)

Sunday, December 23, 2012

DVD "The Dark Knight Rises" Two-Disc Special Edition

I bought The Dark Knight Rises DVD combo set last week. It includes a Batman figurine, double-sided poster, calender, prologue booklet and black polo tee shirt :P

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Hot Toys "Iron Monger" in Iron Man

The box packaging is big but nothing great about the overall design.

Inside of the box is a styrofoam tray which holds the figure in place.

Fantastic likeness of Jeff Bridges as Obadiah Stane in Iron Man.

Love the rough surface of the metal like armour...

I will show the light features of the figure in my next review :)

Saturday, December 15, 2012

Hot Toys DX12 "Batman" TDKR version

Design of the packaging...

The figure and its accessories :P

Display stand and head sculpt of Christian Bale.

These are lower face plates of the figure.

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Mattel Hot Wheels "The Bat" TDKR version

The 1/50 scale TDKR Bat is the second Hot Wheels die-cast model I got. My first vehicle by Hot Wheels is 1/18 scale 1989 Batmobile.

I am happy the Bat canopy is made of transparent plastic which allows to see through the cockpit.

The Bat also comes with a display stand with triangle base.

Everything looks good except the rotary wings under the Bat. They are too large for this scale.

Monday, December 10, 2012

ZC World "Chow Yun Fat" in A Better Tomorrow

The box packaging is huge and heavy.

The box cover has some background designs and name of the movie is printed on front. I usually do not read the text printed on the back of the packaging.

Lift the box cover, you will see a printed card that shows the movie title. Remove the printed card is another paper card used as display base and a thick cardboard used as backdrop to replicate one of the scenes in the film.

There are two layers in the box. The top layer is a foam tray that holds the figure in place. The bottom tray holds the rest of the accessories.

It's obvious that the head resembles Chow Yun Fat as Mark Lee in "A Better Tomorrow". I will do a review on the figure and upload more pictures as soon as possible :)