My Unsolicited Thoughts: Mini Deformed Going Nendoroid?

If you're one of the couple of folks following my unsolicited thoughts on the various mecha product lines out there, then you'd know how I really like Action Toys' Mini Action line of transforming and combining desk-sized sets (you can read more on that here). These figures are essentially simplified versions of Soul of Chogokin … Continue reading My Unsolicited Thoughts: Mini Deformed Going Nendoroid?

Interesting, They’re Not Gokin Figures? Mini Action Series Mazinger Z & Aphrodite A

As I've yet to get myself a copy of the Mini Action God Sigma set, the amazing folks over at Action Toys has announced the next figures in the Mini Action line. And it is something I didn't expect, especially after getting my copy of the Mini Gokin Tetsujin 28 from Shin Tetsujin 28. They … Continue reading Interesting, They’re Not Gokin Figures? Mini Action Series Mazinger Z & Aphrodite A

#3006 / Mini Action / Combattler V

I almost forgot I've had this photoshoot up and ready for a couple of months now. But in any case, The CATALOGUE has finally delved into combining super robots, dominating the genre in the 70s. Starting things off is Mini Action Combattler V, the first in the "Romance Robot Trilogy", and first in a line … Continue reading #3006 / Mini Action / Combattler V

Figuring out the Transformation: Mini Action God Sigma

Fresh from its official reveal during Wonder Festival 2021 Winter Web (that's a mouthful of Ws), Action Toys via its newly created official Twitter account (@ActionToys_HK) has released new images of Mini Action God Sigma and its individual components Kuuraioh, Kaimeioh, Rikushin'oh, and Big-Wing. God Sigma transforms and combines in almost the same manner as … Continue reading Figuring out the Transformation: Mini Action God Sigma

One Shots / “The Robot Romance Trilogy”

Combattler V, Voltes V, and Daimos are collectively known as the "Robot Romance Trilogy" for pioneering more emotional and complex storylines when compared to the, at that time, prevalent monster-of-the-week formula of other super robot shows. Ironically, Daimos was the only series that actually had a romantic element embedded into its plot.