Yesterday was Hasbro's Fan First Tuesday, with reveals for upcoming Marvel Legends Series figures. wasn't really interested for most of the reveals but one figure caught my, and probably many collectors', attention. Yup, it took them quite a while to finally release an updated Iron Man "Silver Centurion" figure, as the last one was back … Continue reading Hasbro Debut! Marvel Legends Series Iron Man "Silver Centurion"
Sen-Ti-Nel has recently shifted its RE:EDIT line out of Iron Man designs with the recent release of the RE:EDIT Mjolnir Mark 5 Powered Assault Armor. But they're still not done with Iron Man with the introduction of the new Fighting Armor figures. The concept is basically what if Tony Stark made armors for the powers … Continue reading Iron Man Collectors Don’t Get a Break: Sen-Ti-Nel’s Fighting Armor Iron Man
Hasbro's Fan First Friday last week revealed something that has been teased in previous presentations, and it's something big... literally. Launched in their HasLab crowdfunding platform is a new Marvel Legends Series Sentinel, the purple automatons created with the sole purpose of hunting and tracking down mutants. This ain't the first Sentinel in the Marvel … Continue reading That’s 26 Inches Big! HasLab Marvel Legends Series SENTINEL (X-Men: House of X/Powers of X)
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
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