Berg and Topher review the Marvel Legends Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Star Lord, Rocket Raccoon and Death’s Head II figures from the new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 wave, from Hasbro.
Shock ‘n Awe reviews the Marvel Legend Captain America Civil War 3 pack from Hasbro. The one foot test is over used, but with amazing results.
Shock ‘n Awe reviews the Hasbro Defenders of Asgard Marvel Legends Comic Two-Pack. Berg gets mad over articulation and an axe while Wilson just gets mad. Shock ‘n Awe Toy Reviews: 2 Idiots. 1 camera. And a review.
Time for part two of the Major Spoilers review of Marvel Spider-Man Infinite Legends Series 2 figures. This go round we’ll be playing with Chameleon, Superior Venom, and the Rhino build-a-figure. Enough talk, let’s crack these guys open and check them out!
It’s that time again where I sit down, play with some toys and let you know what I think. This review we’ll be checking out Scarlet Spider, Kraven, Misty Knight and Ghost Rider from the newest Marvel Legends wave of Spider-Man figures. Marvel Legends? It feels like I just did this. Any excuse to play with toys is good for me, so let’s get to it!
It’s part two of our look at the new Marvel Legends wave of Avengers toys. Up next are Vision, Iron Man, War Machine and the big boy build-a-figure himself, Hulkbuster Iron Man! Let’s get going and crack these guys open.
Who doesn’t love toys? Well it’s time for my first toy review for Major Spoilers as I check out the new Marvel Legends wave of Avengers figures. In this first part I’ll be taking a look at Valkyrie, Thundra, Dr. Strange and Blizzard Here we go!
I really like the detail and playability factor in the Marvel Legends action figure line, and this year, at the San Diego Comic-Con, toy fans are going to get their chance to get their hands on an exclusive X-Men set. Take the jump for a Major Spoilers first look at the figures.
This isn’t as strange as the Marvel DCU that seems to throw everyone whenever it is mentioned on the site.Â Instead, these are custom Watchmen figures cobbled together from the Marvel Legends line.Â Looks pretty cool, even if The Comedian’s mustache features a bit of super-cheese. Want your own figures?Â They’re up for auction on eBay right now (ends January 4, 2009) for $500. via Mike Sterling’s Progressive Ruin
I’m sure it isn’t a literal ton of toys – well, maybe it is, I haven’t weighed the average action figure lately – in any case, Hasbro as announced several new toy lines at the San Diego Comic-Con. I don’t have any awesome cool pictures, but if you are at the show and stop by the Hasbro booth, take a few snaps for us, won’t you?