Tuesday, April 26, 2011
The bag given in the set is used to store the M134 type machine guns I bought for my T-800 figure. As for the mannequin and silver handgun, these are additional accessories in my collection :)
Categories: Toys - Custom 12inch
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
This is the first Hot Toys DX figure I have in my 1/6 collection. I have opened the box packaging and there are tons of accessories come with the figure. Both heads are well sculpted with good facial likeness of Bruce Lee. As this is an exclusive version, an extra clean muscle body is given and it is packed in a separate box. Review on this figure will be done in future :)
Monday, April 11, 2011
Before "Initial D", "Slam Dunk" was my favourite Japanese comic series. Therefore, I bought
this cute figure set last week.
The packaging is simple with a plastic window in front that shows the five members of
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
This is the second version 1/6 scale "Boba Fett" released by Medicom recently. It is also the same mold Medicom used to make for the first version. The difference between the first version and second version is the colour paint for gauntlets, helmet and backpack. The other gun is not given in this version. I have to admit that Medicom has done a fantastic job on the weathering and colour paint. The body joints are tight enough for lots of nice poses. Hopefully, Medicom uses its improved bodies for these figures so that their body joints will not break so easily. My part 2 review is here.
Friday, April 1, 2011
Got the Mattel WWF Legend "Ultimate Warrior" few weeks ago. The over all packaging design is nice and there is a brief bio of the character printed on the back of the packaging.
Unlike normal series, the figure has a joint in his torso. You could even rotate his legs to get more basic poses.
The head sculpt has a very good likeness to the real person. The paint job is great and the muscle lines are well sculpted.
Categories: Toys - Wrestling Figures