Dark Horse Direct Hellboy by 1000toys

Dark Horse Direct captured my attention at San Diego Comic-Con last year with its reveal of a comic-based, super-articulated Hellboy in the 6-inch scale from 1000toys. It had been over 12 years since Mezco had produced a much-loved series of comic book Hellboy figures. And with a movie reboot in the works, I easily overlooked the $120 price tag – the most I’ve ever spent on a figure in this scale.

Fast forward to the present. I’ve got the figure in hand. And while Dark Horse has teased a companion Abe Sapien, the movie starring David Harbour bombed, tarnishing the brand and making this Hellboy an expensive, potentially one-off figure. With that in mind, does it live up to the hype and expectations?

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Review: Extreme Sets Multiverse Collection Series 6

Extreme Sets Series 6

Extreme Sets provided samples of their Bank, Vault, and Cave pop-ups for this review. These are three of the dioramas from the latest wave from their Multiverse Collection – Series 6 for this review. Thanks guys!

For more, check out my reviews of the Building 2 pop-upthe Animated Port pop-up and the Extreme Sets Multiverse Collection Series 2.

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Playmates – Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles – Tremendous Play Value!

This fall, Nickelodeon debuted Rise of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the fourth animated TMNT show. Earlier this month, Playmates Toys launched the accompanying toy line. Our friends at Playmates were kind enough to send us five figures from the new action figure assortment – the four Turtles, because no review could be complete without them, and Baron Draxum, the main baddie from the new show.

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Quick Pics: Marvel Legends Deadpool Wave 2

The second wave of Marvel Legends Deadpool is arriving on shelves right on the heels of Deadpool 2 on DVD and Blu-ray (https://amzn.to/2wUEi7b) – a big thanks to Hasbro for providing these figures for review. The Sauron Build-a-Figure wave more accurately serves as a transition from Deadpool to the X-Men, in advance of a big movie year for Marvel’s mutants in 2019. The line-up includes three each of Deadpool and X-Men. On the Deadpool side, there’s the titular character in his boxers, another in his X-Men trainee t-shirt, and Lady Deadpool. From the X-Men, it’s villain Omega Red, X-23 in her All New All Different Wolverine costume, and Bishop in his glorious ’90s costume, complete with mullet.

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Revisiting the Marvel Universe Masterworks Sentinel

If you’re wondering about the Amazon-exclusive Days of Future Past Marvel Legends Sentinel and Wolverine 2-pack, here’s a size comparison of the recent Marvel Legends Old Man Logan with the original Marvel Universe Masterworks Sentinel. It was originally released in 2011 packed with a 3.75-inch Wolverine.

The set is not up for pre-order yet on Amazon, but keep this link handy to check for it easily:

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