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  1. If you're a fan of Doctor Who, or just action figures in general then you'll want to check out my interview with the "Dapol Doctor Who" himself, Brendan Sheppard. Brendan makes Doctor Who figure stories on YouTube. Forget anything you know about video action figure stories, because Brendan sets the bar to another level. With multiple voice actors that mimic the real actors on Doctor Who, to elaborate sets and CG special effects, these things have it all. He spills the beans about the secrets of the trade, his background working with the BBC on the real Doctor Who and much more over at InfiniteHollywood.com! Infinite Hollywood: Interview with Dapol Doctor Who Part 1 Check it out and thanks for reading.
  2. Finally after years of being pretty much barren in terms of video games, the good Doctor is finally headed to consoles. Nintendo is the first to jump on board with popular Wii and DS titles planned. Check it out! Infinite Hollywood: Doctor Who Wii & DS Games Announced
  3. March of the Robots continues in a big way with the original Japanese giant robot, TETSUJIN 28! Some American fans might remember Tetsujin as he was in the 1960's here in the states by the name, GIGANTOR! Today I'm looking at the awesome Revoltech version of this figure based off the 2004 anime of the same name. Check it out! Infinite Hollywood: Tetsujin 28 Revoltech Review Thanks for checking it out, if you do.
  4. Has anyone else seen these yet? Brand new details and pictures on the upcoming releases of the 7th Doctor, new version 1st Doctor and 8th Doctor. Infinite Hollywood: Doctor Who News
  5. Another day, another Revoltech. Today I'm taking a look at the movie version of the AV-98 Ingram 1 from Patlabor, or Mobile Police Patlabor. There have been several different versions of this robot design in the Revoltech series, but I think this one probably stands as the most efficient. I have a full review with pictures and more over at the usual. Infinite Hollywood: Patlabor Ingram 1 (Movie Edition) Figure Review Thanks for reading and let me know how you liked the review or if there are any robot figures you'd like to see reviewed during our March of the Robots month.
  6. All this month I'm taking a look at various robot figures at Infinite Hollywood and today I'm checking in with Overman King Gainer. He's a classic Revoltech but still stands the test of time as one of the best. Check out the full review over at Infinite Hollywood! Infinite Hollywood: King Gainer Figure Review Domo arigato!
  7. Sontar-Ha! It's time for a new Doctor Who review and it's one of everyone's favorite baked potato heads, the Sontarans! Today I'm looking at Commander Skorr in all his Sontaran holier than thou attitude. Check out the full review over at Infinite Hollywood! Infinite Hollywood: Sontaran Commander Skorr Figure Review Thanks for reading.
  8. Nice, that's the X-Plus version?
  9. It appears as though Mattel's Max Steel (which was rumored to have some Big Jim action) has been moving along far too slow for it's inked star. Instead the same guy chose Stretch Armstrong instead. Apparently he's only fit to play one toy. Full story at the usual: Infinite Hollywood: Stretch Lives
  10. Like Puppet Master? Well today I'm taking a look at one of the Puppet Master figures from the tail end of the last century. I have a full review up of the Totem, plus some surprise other Puppet Master appearances! Check it out. Infinite Hollywood: Totem Figure Review As always, my sincere thanks for reading.
  11. Today I'm taking a look at Bluto from Wave 3, or Brutus if you prefer. This is one of the variants I really like, as there's something really spiffy about this repaint. I have a full review of the man with the bad attitude, plus a figure comic where he does battle with our favorite sailor over at the usual. Infinite Hollywood: Bluto Figure Review Thanks for reading.
  12. I y'am what I y'am and that's all that I y'am! Today I'm taking a look at one of my new favorite toys. It's not a new toy by any means, in fact it's almost a decade old now. However if you haven't ever seen Mezco's Popeye line or have forgotten how awesome it was, then let me refresh your memory. I'm going to be looking a couple of the classics over the next couple days and I'm starting with the titular sailorman himself. Check out the full review over at Infinite Hollywood! Infinite Hollywood: Popeye Figure Review Thanks for reading. TOOT TOOT!
  13. Taking a look at a classic today. It's the 1995 version of the vinyl Gamera. Until the Revoltech figure comes out in a couple months, this is basically as good as it gets for this design of Gamera. After reading the review, you'll know why I'm so excited for the new Gamera! Infinite Hollywood: Gamera 1995 Figure Review Thanks for reading.
  14. Looking for a little cave troll action? Looking for a way to kill 5 minutes? Then you should check out my new review of the 3 3/4 Wink figure! This figure came out towards the end of 2008, but you can still pick him up at some TRU locations. If you're a fan of small scale chaos, then this is one figure you definitely want to check. Infinite Hollywood: Hellboy 3 3/4 Wink Review Thanks for reading.
  15. Want to hear my review of Wolfman, plus four other films that are now out on DVD? Then check out the brand new 5 in 5 feature. Five movies reviewed in five minutes. This week I take a look at Wolfman, Zombieland, Pandorum, Adventureland and District 9. 5 IN 5: The Wolfman +
  16. Looks like the rumors are true (as we previously reported) but now things are really heating up. New pictures have surfaced of TWO versions of Sylvester McCoy's 7th incarnation of Doctor Who. Not only do we have pics, but also pics of what he comes with including hats, one version with a new Dalek and one with the CLASSIC Tardis from his seasons. Check out the full details and photos at: Infinite Hollywood: 2 Versions of 7th Doctor Coming Soon
  17. While always on the lookout for something new, I decided to give Ben 10 a spin. Although I had ulterior motives for purchasing him, I think this Humungousaur figure is pretty cool. Be sure to check out the review because this isn't the same Humungousaur that's been available for the past year or more. He's got a new sculpt and paint. Check out the full review over at Infinite Hollywood! Infinite Hollywood: Ben 10 Humungousaur Figure Review Thanks for reading.
  18. It's time for some new Marvel Universe Secret Wars packs reviews. Tonight I'm looking at the leader of the Fantastic Four, Reed Richards and the unstoppable robot Ultron. This is one of the newest comic packs and is sure to please (and disappoint) some. Check out the full review over at Infinite Hollywood! Infinite Hollywood: Ultron & Reed Richards Figure Review Thanks for reading.
  19. Not exactly a new figure, but one I've never reviewed before. Tonight I'm taking a look at the Cyberman figure that started it all. With the new Earthshock Cybermen on their way, why not look at Character Options first crack at a Cyberman. It's the first Cyberman and it's a full review. Don't hit DELETE, check it out! Infinite Hollywood: Doctor Who Cyberman Figure Review Thanks for reading.
  20. When I first saw the 6 inch versions of these figures, I totally dismissed them. However earlier this week I saw the 3 inch versions on clearance and decided to check them out. I pretty much bought them all, so I'm going to be looking at them in a couple of different reviews. Up first is Kamen Rider Blank Knight and Kamen Rider Camo. It's a two for one. Are these guys worth a $2 price tag? Check out the full review ahead! Infinite Hollywood: Kamen Rider Wave 1 Part 1 Review Thanks for reading.
  21. It's time for some henchmen! Today I'm taking a look at pro wrestler turned hat thrower, ODDJOB! Check out the full review of this classic Bond goon. Infinite Hollywood: Oddjob Figure Review Gracias!
  22. Yesterday we looked at Sean Connery as Bond, but today we're going to take a peek at the other famous Bond, Roger Moore. This is a much more scene specific figure, recreating the parachute scene from "The Spy Who Loved Me" but offers up some of the best accessories in the line and some pretty good sculpting. Read the review if for no reason other than to see Roger Moore pantsed. Infinite Hollywood: Roger Moore James Bond Figure Review Thanks for reading.
  23. For the next six days it's six days of 007 at Infinite Hollywood. I check in today with the most famous James Bond himself, Sean Connery. This is the much ballyhooed figure in 7 inch scale from the late 90's. Does this super spy have what it takes to make a worthy addition to your collection? Check it out! Infinite Hollywood: Sean Connery James Bond Figure Review Thanks for reading. Check us out all week for Bond toy reviews.
  24. The Astro Boy line never has gotten much love from collectors, but I thought it turned out to be a decent kids line this past year. I think the movie failing at the box office probably had a lot to do with the toy line not being as popular as it could have been. My little cousin really loved Astro Boy though and ended up with quite a few of the toys. I decided to pick up this PeaceKeeper a while back and have the full review for you. Check it out! Infinite Hollywood: Peacekeeper Robot Review Thanks for reading.
  25. New leaked pics of the 8th Doctor, from the TV Movie. Infinite Hollywood: The 8th Doctor Appears
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