Today’s Robots: Twelfth-Scale and a Project

The previous incarnation of this blog had a recurring featurette showcasing the stuff I bought during a specific period, which are essentially new loot posts. It was called "Today's Robits" using a colloquial play on the word robot. And while that featurette didn't carry over the new incarnation of the blog, I might bring it … Continue reading Today’s Robots: Twelfth-Scale and a Project

#2003 / Marvel Legends Series // Iron Man Model 1 (“First Appearance” 2016)

This is an old figure, if the title above ain't obvious enough. But despite this, the clunky articulation, coupled with the clunky design of the original Iron Man has its charms. That's probably the reason why Hasbro is taking its time releasing a modern take on the first comic book Iron Man armor. And so, … Continue reading #2003 / Marvel Legends Series // Iron Man Model 1 (“First Appearance” 2016)

#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

Marvel Legends Series IRON MAN (Marvel Gamerverse / Marvel’s Avengers)

The Marvel Gamerverse kicks into high gear after the success of Marvel's Spider-Man from last year with Marvel's Avengers from Square Enix and is set for a Spring 2020 release. The first teaser trailer of the game has already dropped and spotty character models aside, the costume designs actually look good. Consequently, Hasbro has announced … Continue reading Marvel Legends Series IRON MAN (Marvel Gamerverse / Marvel’s Avengers)

One Shots / "Creative. Classic. Cinematic."

For the past 80 years, Marvel comics has told a lot of stories involving Tony Stark and multiple versions of the Iron Man suit. But regardless of the stories and accompanying changes, it always goes back full circle to the iconic red and gold armor design.