One Shots / “By the Numbers, and Letters”

Do not be caught off-guard by their short hair and unassuming demeanors. Remember, they are androids. They may be the prettiest of warriors, but they are all about serious business. And with names coming from seemingly unnatural combinations of numbers and letters, you wouldn't want to find yourself on the wrong side. Bring Arts / YoRHa … Continue reading One Shots / “By the Numbers, and Letters”

#2005 / Variant Bring Arts / Iron Man

When I got this figure a couple of months ago, I remember asking, and posting to social media, why this guy isn't getting that much coverage from both Japanese and English-speaking toy-slash-figure reviewers. Well, let's just say I kind of know now. And you will know too, along with more photos of Variant Bring Arts … Continue reading #2005 / Variant Bring Arts / Iron Man

Detailed Look: Marvel Universe Variant Bring Arts IRON MAN

Initially revealed during New York Toy Fair 2020, we now have a better look at the Marvel Universe Variant Bring Arts Iron Man as designed by Square Enix designer Tetsuya Nomura. At first glance, this design looks very angular with lots of lines going everywhere. Having a better look at the design just confirms that … Continue reading Detailed Look: Marvel Universe Variant Bring Arts IRON MAN

#NewYorkToyFair 2020 and My Unsolicited Thoughts: Iron Man

Just when I though I was already done collecting Iron Man figures thanks to the character's departure in the MCU, I was wrong. Wait, didn't I say the same statement previously? In any case, Iron Man is a cash cow that Hasbro isn't letting to so easily and so, we are getting new figures, though … Continue reading #NewYorkToyFair 2020 and My Unsolicited Thoughts: Iron Man