I admit to have found myself taking my Revotlech Yamaguchi Gurren Lagann figures out of storage after my recent viewing of Promare which had very similar themes and... everything. I hope someone would release figures of the mecha from Promare. Anyway, this is a perfect time to revisit these figures, starting with the vanilla Gurren … Continue reading #3003 / Revoltech Yamaguchi // Gurren Lagann
One ordinary evening, many years ago, I was almost asleep when I suddenly heard a catchy and upbeat Japanese song. Curious, I got up, walked towards the TV, and saw cool robots destroying the crap out of each other. And that my friends was my first exposure to the Gundam franchise through Gundam Wing, what … Continue reading #1003 / High Grade After Colony // XXXG-01W Wing Gundam
Love it or hate it, the Skywalker Saga has finally closed with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker. While I don't consider myself to be a big Star Wars enthusiast, I do think the movie was less then stellar and Disney / Lucasfilm could've handled the sequel trilogy better. But we're not here to review … Continue reading #5002 / S.H.Figuarts // C-3PO (Star Wars: The Force Awakens)
I personally think it's a great move on Hasbro's part when they launched the Transformers Studio Series line of consolidated live action movie figures. Not only did older designs get new versions, but newer ones immediately have better ones. Such is the case for the second Transformers entry in The CATALOGUE, the well-received version of … Continue reading #4002 / Transformers Studio Series // Optimus Prime (Transformers: Bumblebee)
First and foremost, cheers as we welcome the new decade and of course, the new year! Personally speaking, while 2019 is all about "refresh and renewal" for the hobby, the year isn't the best I've had recently. There were a lot of heavy hitters and challenges, but we still managed to pull through and end … Continue reading Consistency and Creativity: Welcome 2020!