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  1. You're not alone! I've been giving the AT some love over at Infinite Hollywood.
  2. Well, WSJ sort of leaked this one out. It's been confirmed as official. I've got the picture and opinions over at the usual: Nickelodeon's new TMNT first image It's not perfect, and there's one potentially controversial change (but it's unconfirmed at the moment) and generally some positive stuff going on. Turtle fans should check it out.
  3. When I was a kid, Hammerhead was arguably my favorite Kenner Star Wars toy. Sure, Yoda was my favorite character in the Star Wars films, but Hammerhead? He was uber cool. What was he doing in that Cantina? Sculpt: In the original Star Wars film, we don't actually see most of Hammerhead's body. In fact Momaw's total on-screen appearance is far less than a minute. Nadon's longest appearance is actually in the Richard Pryor "Star Wars Bar" comedy sketch, in which Hammerhead laments that he's in love. With whom, we never find out. Because we never see much of the costume in the film and t
  4. Ultraman made his television debut on July 17, 1966. For over 30 years Bandai has been making Ultraman figures. Mostly of the limited articulation, vinyl variety. This year they have created a new line, to compliment their popular S.H. Figurarts lines and to compete with other lines like Revoltech, called Ultra-Act. Ultraman, as he appeared in the most recent film is, fittingly, the first figure in this line. I have the complete review with nearly 40 photos up today as part of our Ultraman Week celebration at Infinite Hollywood. Infinite Hollywood: Ultra-Act Ultraman Review Thanks for
  5. Last year when I started reviewing Mego figures, I did it on a whim because I thought it would be neat to look at some old style toys. Little did I know that by the end of 2009, Mego-style figures would no longer be retro but TOYS OF THE FUTURE! At least that's how it seems with everything from LOST to Venture Brothers to DC Superheroes and Ghostbusters getting the "Mego" treatment. Today I look at another retro action Mego-style toy, Will Scarlet, AKA Robin Hood's right hand man! Infinite Hollywood: Robin Hood - Will Scarlet Figure Review Robin Hood & His Merry Men Will Scarlet
  6. It's been a while since I've looked at any Muggs, but I've been picking these guys up at the discount chains as of late and wanted to shine a little spotlight on them. Today's review is Destro, leader of MARS and at times the second in command of Cobra. Check it out! Infinite Hollywood: Mighty Muggs Destro Have a good one and thanks for reading.
  7. Dunno if anybody has seen this yet or not, but I did a little brief review of Target's improved iPhone app. Why is this important for toy collectors? Well they've added some basic DCPI scanning funtionality to let you know if items are in stock at your local stores, store locators to see if they are in stock nearby and even price and aisle locators. Check it out: Infinite Hollywood: Target iPhone App - A Must For Toy Collectors
  8. It's time for another journey into the awe and mystery of TALES FROM THE TOY AISLE! This week I visit Target to check out their clearance, plus a very special appearance by Matty Mattel! We look at everything from JLU, DCUC and GI Joe to Garbage Pail Kids and Rock'em Sock'em Robots! Not to mention Halo exclusives! Check it out... If you dare! TFTA: Rock'em Sock'em
  9. Come celebrate Easter Sunday with the world's most famous comic detective... No, not Batman. DICK TRACY! What could be better than Dick Tracy as he does battle with all his pastel suit wearing criminals. I check out the whole line of Mezco's 2003 Dick Tracy Mez-Its. Who framed the Easter Bunny? Tracy and Sam Catchem are HOT on the case! Check out the full review of the goons and the goodies. Infinite Hollywood: Dick Tracy Mez-Itz Review Have a happy Easter and thanks for reading.
  10. It's April Fools, but I'm not joking, today's review is sexy! Today we're taking a look at Haruka Hasegawa from the Revoltech Fraulein line. Check it out. Infinite Hollywood: Revoltech Fraulein Haruka Hasegawa Review Have a good one and thanks for reading.
  11. Not a new figure, but I finally just cracked my IG-88 open. If you want to take a look back at this classic droid during our March of the Robots theme month, then check this dude out. I always loved the original Kenner figure but this one definitely ups the ante. Warning though, there's a couple of pictures in the review that aren't for the faint of heart! Infinite Hollywood: IG-88 Review Have a good one and thanks for reading.
  12. Finally I completed my second half of the MOTUC/DCUC two packs review. This time I'm looking at Skeletor and Lex Luthor, but you can bet the farm that He-Man and Superman show up as well. I had a lot of fun with this review, both in writing it and playing with the figures to take the pictures. There's a lot of pictures too. Might be some kind of record. If you're on the fence about these repaints or just want to see if there's some magic left in the old MOTU playbook, check it out! Infinite Hollywood: Skeletor/Lex Luthor 2 Pack Review Have a good one and t
  13. Today I'm taking a look at the darkest, evilest Mugg of them all. It's Darth Vader! My full review of this special second edition Vader that can transform into unmasked Anakin Skywalker is now up. If you've been thinking about getting some discount Mighty Muggs, this might be the review for you. Infinite Hollywood: Mighty Muggs Darth Vader Review Check it out and thanks for reading.
  14. Who doesn't love Robots? Well all month long we're spotlighting some of our favorite robots. That includes JLU's own Doom Patrol member, Robotman! Although Robotman isn't exactly a "traditional" robot, he still falls in line with the gray area and we're including him. Believe it or not I'm a big JLU fan, but as I got started on this review I sort of realized my love/hate relationship with the line. How does Robotman stack up with all this? Infinite Hollywood: Robotman Review Check it out and thanks for reading.
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