Ok, so we here at AFP seem a little obsessed lately with Ashley Wood’s World War Robot from threeA Toys. Can you blame us? And in this obsession, some of us find that simply displaying or playing with our toys is not enough. We need them to come to life. That is where Photoshop comes in…
Among the most anticipated Transformer products since it’s inception in 1984, a G1 styled Arcee is finally here. Designed after the character from the now cancelled “Transformers Animated” on Cartoon Network, this is the first time Arcee has gotten the Cybertronian car mode treatment. Most Transformers fans had a long period of time hoping and begging that Hasbro would actually release this figure, and after months (actually probably a year) of waiting, it was announced that Toys R Us would be the exclusive seller of this figure. Is she worth the wait?
A few days ago, we looked at the Iron Man armors from the first movie, and as promised then, here are a few looks at some of the new armors from the sequel, the Mark VI and the long awaited War Machine! Do they stack up to the hype? You tell me.
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With the official release of the Iron Man 2 action figure line upon us, it’s time to start taking a look at the amazing new movie line from Hasbro. Today we are going to look at the new 4-inch versions of the three armors from the first film.