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  1. A big thank you goes out to Mattel for sending us out this review sample! KO is ready to "fight anyone" in Mattel's WWE Elite series 66 Kevin Owens! You get the latest look of Kevin Owens from Smackdown Live. Ever since returning from his injury at the hands of Bobby Lashley, Owens has returned with new vigor and life on the blue brand. Mattel has included all the bells and whistles with this release. The head scan is very dead on from previous scans that have almost looked cartoonish. It seems like the new TrueFX technology implemented has really taken Mattel Elite figures to an all new level. The beard feels nice to the touch and has texture to it. The facial hair has not been painted on like past figures in the elite line have had. It even has the same patchy spots of the beard which is a nice touch. Owens is sporting his trademark fight shorts that has "K" on the left leg and "O" on the right side. The logo is in blue, with a white trim. On his sleeveless shirt, it has the current logo that says "fight anyone" in black, white, and blue. The body type is very much on point, as Owens has that burly bar room fighter type of body. Less muscle definition would have been preferred on his arms. He has his tattoos included on his arm, shoulder, and hands. You get an added bonus of extra removable hands that make play and collecting that much cooler! The extra set of hands also include the tattoo design. You get one pair of closed fists, and one pair of open hands. Mattel was also generous enough to include a "Yep" Yep" Yep" maroon removable soft goods t-shirt. The shirt was a take on Daniel Bryan's "Yes!" t-shirt at the time of their feud. As much as I really enjoy this particular release of Kevin Owens, there is one minor change I would make. That would be to change the color of his hair. Kevin Owens has been with WWE since 2014, and I have never seen him have red hair or a red beard. I do think it takes some time in the design process to effectively nail down certain traits to the superstars, so i'm sure in time we will see a better and updated version! You get articulation at the head, shoulders, elbows, wrists, elbows, legs, knees, boots, and ankles. I would rate this an 8.5/10 Once again a massive thank you to Mattel for this awesome review sample!
  2. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting "Roger, Roger" by Shooting The Galaxy. Be sure to Give Shooting The Galaxy a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  3. Massive thanks to Mattel for sending us out this review sample! The Enigma, Jeff Hardy is here with WWE Mattel Elite 67 Jeff Hardy action figure! This figure is based off of Jeff Hardy's United States championship run on Smackdown Live! Out of the numerous figure releases he has had, this figure is in contention for best Jeff Hardy figure release. It has that intense and menacing scan! His eyes even feature the white out contact lenses that Hardy has been wearing as of late for his matches on the blue brand! The figure scan looks great for poses where Hardy is getting beat up, or putting the smackdown on his opponents! The colors on this figure are so bright, that i've got to wear shades! His face paint has orange, aqua blue, light blue, and white. Mattel even included the spacer earrings on the head of this figure. This is perfect for recreating that classic scene where Randy Orton stuck a screwdriver into the spacers of Jeff Hardy during their Hell in a Cell match! His pants are solid black, and features a white studded belt that has some nice texture when you touch it. The coolest part I believe, are his multi colored arm sleeves! They have a unique speckled/splattered black, white, and blue design! This really makes the figure pop and stand out among your shelf of action figures. 2019 has been the year of Mattel upping their game by including interchangeable hands! This release has the classic Jeff Hardy entrance gun pose! You can also do the "Brother Nero" delete post as well by swapping in one of the unique hands as featured in the picture gallery. Both sets of hands have Hardy's tattoo roots design peeking through the arm sleeve. You also get a removable United States championship title that fits most of the Mattel scale action figures. Mattel also has a special edition chase figure of Jeff Hardy in the red, white, and blue. You get the customary articulation in the head, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, mid torso, legs, knees, and boots. As someone who is a lifelong fan of WWE and massive Jeff Hardy fan, I felt the need to have both in my collection. Jeff Hardy is known for his unique face paint, colorful outfits, and charismatic personality that has endeared him to the WWE Universe. I would rate this figure release a 9.5/10 Once again, thank you to Mattel for sending us out this very generous review sample!
  4. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting "General" by Shooting The Galaxy. Be sure to Give Shooting The Galaxy a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  5. To start i'd like to give a big thank you to Mattel for sending us out this review sample! The "Glorious" Robby Roode is here with this Wal-Mart exclusive WWE Mattel Elite Survivor Series action figure. Bobby Roode has been everywhere in the world of professional wrestling. He is a character I never envisioned as having a Mattel release, so its fantastic that we can add such a cool superstar to our collections! This is a figure release which was based off his United States championship run after he defeated the villainous Jinder Mahal in the finals of the tournament on an Smackdown Live! The face scan is done very well but leaves for some areas of improvement. Having only a small amount of figures released thus far, it sometimes takes toy makers awhile to finally nail down a face scan properly. The beard on the figure has a red tint on the sides and isn't as full as it was during that time of his career. The body type on the figure is very much like Roode's. It has a very muscular and toned build. In comparison to other action figures, this action figure is very much in scale and looks great when paired off in matches with other superstar's action figures. The trunks are maroon, with silver accents and the "Roode" logo in yellow on the front with "Glorious" being on the back in yellow as well. Bobby Roode is sporting the tall black laced boot style. Mattel went all out with the extras by including a soft goods Survivor Series removable t-shirt. The shirt fits very snug and has a fitted look. Mattel has come a long way from its early days where shirts were frayed and sometimes baggy. This is the perfect fit! Mattel in recent time has started to move away from including figures with the huge and bulky plastic t-shirts. As a collector, I can say that we appreciate cool extras such as a cloth t-shirt or robe when purchasing an action figure of this price point. You also receive a WWE United States championship title that has the network WWE logo. With other Elite style action figures you get numerous points of articulation. You get to bend the figure at the head, shoulders, arms, wrists, mid torso, waist, legs, knees, ankles, and you get a swivel at the boot. As previously mentioned, I would only improve on a couple of areas such as the fuller beard and changing the red tint on the sides of the beard. Bobby Roode is also known for his signature robes he wears for each of his performances during his elaborate entrances. It would have been a nice touch if we could have received a cloth robe instead of the t-shirt. I had to use another superstar's robe for this photo shoot. But that is only a minor thing I would have wanted as a collector and fan of Roode. While this may not be a perfect release, it is still a fantastic action figure that captures the likeness of the Glorious one! I would rate this figure a 8/10 This figure can be purchased at Wal-Mart as part of the Survivor Series Elite line. Once again I would sincerely like to thank Mattel for sending us out this fantastic review sample! This was an absolute blast to shoot with!
  6. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photography from some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting "Separatist War Maschine" by Shooting The Galaxy. Be sure to Give Shooting The Galaxy a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  7. Big thanks to Mattel for sending us out this very generous sample! K-O Mania III is here with Mattel's WWE Elite series 66 Kevin Owen's chase figure. Every year for Wrestlemania season Kevin Owens has had a t-shirt that has one of the original Wrestlemania logos and put his unique spin on it. This figure is from Wrestlemania 34 which was from the return of Daniel Bryan. Bryan and then Smackdown Live general manager Shane Mcmahon took on the nefarious Sami Zayn and Kevin Owens in a match where if Zayn and Owens lost the match, they would be banished from Smackdown Live. I have owned several Kevin Owens figures in the past and felt I was done collecting them since the gear is similar on most releases. However, Mattel always finds a way to reel the collectors in! This is a fantastic figure release with a vast array of extras. The face scan has that typical Kevin Owens smirk that was captured flawlessly. The beard has a nice texture and grain to it. On TV the beard doesn't look full and looks to come in patches, and Mattel nails even that small detail. His tattoos are accurately depicted on his arm, shoulder, and hand. You get an extra pair of hands, one set of closed fists, and another set of open hands. Both sets of hands come with the tattoos which is a nice touch! Kevin Owens has a bigger frame than most superstars on the blue brand and the choice of body is very much on point. Mattel has nailed that barrel and stalky look of K-O! One one side of his fight shorts it says 'fight" in yellow, and on the other side has his K-O logo in gray. You also get the YEP! YEP! YEP! soft goods removable t-shirt which was Owen's way of mocking Daniel Bryan with his Yes Movement that he was known for at the time. As with other elite figures you get articulation at the head, shoulders, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, knees, ankles, and swivel at the top of the boots. If I could have an area of improvement, it would be to add articulation to the mid section, as the molded on shirt hinders full on movement. Another area of improvement for a future release would be a less toned arm mold, as he isn't as muscular as he is depicted in this figure. But those minor flaws shouldn't hold you back from purchasing such a cool looking figure! As a collector it's very much appreciated when Mattel does something different and produces chase variants which makes the overall experience that much more enjoyable. I would rate this release a solid 8/10 Once again. a huge thank you to Mattel for this sample! It was a pleasure snapping some review shots!
  8. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photographyfrom some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting "Padme" by Shooting The Galaxy. Be sure to Give Shooting The Galaxy a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  9. A big thank you to Mattel for sending us out this review sample! 5 feet of fury is here with Mattel's WWE Mattel Elite Survivor Series Alex Bliss! This is easily one of if not the best release of "little miss Bliss." The packaging is decked out with unique Survivor Series colors and has the updated Survivor Series logo on the front of the box! As a collector it's always great when toy makers go the extra mile to include cool little details that make the experience that much better. Fresh out of the package the first thing that immediately jumps out at my is the menacing trademark scowl of Alexa Bliss! I have seen Alexa Bliss since her early days in NXT when she adopted her bad girl persona, and that is one hundred percent the expression she makes! Her attire is red and gray with silver accents. I really liked how the front of her top is molded with silver accents. I have seen past figures just have a painted on design which doesn't look as accurate. She is wearing her trademark gloves and has kick pad design boots that say Alexa on one side, and Bliss on the other. Her hair even has her pink highlights at the tips! As a collector who has collected the Mattel line since its inception, I have come to notice even the most minute details. The hands on the newer women action figures are smaller and more in scale and accurate, which can certainly be appreciated! Alexa Bliss is only 5'1 so its awesome when her figure is in scale and much smaller compared to other women wrestlers. This is articulated at the head, shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, waist, legs, knees, and feet. This is comes with the Raw women's championship. The title is quite large and can be a pain to keep on the waist of some of the smaller women's superstars such as Alexa Bliss. I can hope Mattel can adopt a smaller scale title sometime in the future. A minor tid bit I would adjust would be to include an ab crunch in the mid torso to add articulation similar to the mens action figures. I would give this figure release an 8.5/10 These action figures are in stores now at your local Wal-Mart. Pick up one or all your favorites in the Mattel Survivor Series line. Thank you once again to Mattel for sending out the generous sample!
  10. First I want to give a huge thanks to Mattel for sending me this review sample! This is the WWE Mattel Elite Survivor Series AJ Styles figure that can be found at any Wal-Mart. The phenomenal one is decked out in an all blue attire with black and white accents. There is a lot to appreciate on this particular release! I really like the designs of his gear painted on the side of his tights. The logo is accurately depicted and in scale. The font is correct on both kick pads where it says "phenomenal" and "1" The height and scale is also very spot on and accurate as AJ Styles is only 5'11 in real life. I also really like how Styles' facial hair has texture on the beard and isn't painted on like many previous action figures have had by Mattel. This release has the mid length hair mold on his head. It isn't as long as it is now in 2019, yet isn't as short as it was when he jumped ship from NJPW back in 2016. Mattel also includes a rubber vest with his own logo printed on the back. It appears that Mattel is making these out of a softer plastic that makes it much easier on collectors to remove the accessories. It has two small pieces that can be clipped on the vest. One is a hood piece that looks great for entrances. The other adds a collar. There are a few drawbacks that I would have changed as Styles is a big name in WWE and deserves to have as much detail in his figure releases as possible. I would have a molded on belt, rather than having it painted on. The paint doesn't look as straight as it could be, and adding a molded belt can rectify that issue. The other small complaint is the elbow pad design. In WWE Styles uses an elbow pad that has a small cutout on the inside, where as the Mattel version is all one piece. Mattel has used the elbow pad on a Legends Sgt. Slaughter in the past, so hopefully that can be included in future releases. Another small addition would be to include some extra removable hands. Such a small detail like that can take an average figure and make it "phenomenal" A huge positive on this is the cool tattoo design on Aj's right side of his torso. Which I believe all the dates on there are the dates his children were born. I wouldn't pass on such a cool figure if you have the opportunity to pick one up! I would rate this a 7.5/10
  11. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photographyfrom some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting this image of Star Wars Resistance pilots Kaz Xiono & Torra Doza by Toyzlife Be sure to Give Toyzlife a follow on Instagram and let them know what you think of their work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  12. I really dig the brighter color of these figures
  13. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photographyfrom some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting "Days Gone By" by Shooting The Galaxy. Be sure to Give Shooting The Galaxy a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  14. Here at Jedi Insider, we want to spotlight awesome Toy Photographyfrom some of the hottest photographers on the Internet today. Today, we are spotlighting "Intruder" #3 by Shooting The Galaxy. Be sure to Give Shooting The Galaxy a follow on Instagram and let him know what you think of his work in the comments below.If you'd like to be considered to have your work featured, if you haven't already, join the Toynewsi forums, and post your work in the Toy Photography section.
  15. Jeff Hardy is here with Mattel's Elite series 67 chase variant action figure! First I would sincerely like to thank Mattel for the review sample. This figure release is based off of Jeff Hardy's July 4th 2018 Smackdown Live US open challenge title defense against the Miz. As a huge Jeff Hardy fan of his many incarnations over the years this variant is a must buy action figure! The face scan perfectly captures "Brother Nero's" intense facial expression! This expression looks great in any action figure photography, or can be appreciated by any child playing and looking to have some fun matches with other figures. The red, white, and blue colors on his face are vibrant and make this release pop. The arm sleeves on Hardy are royal blue. This figure has many cool extras that make this particular figure stand out amongst the many other elite Jeff Hardy figures that I own. The new interchangeable hands that portray his classic Hardy Boyz entrance pose are what I believe, make this figure a real classic. Something as simple as new hands give an array of new possibilities for play. The figure also includes an updated version of the US championship with the network WWE logo that Hardy defended successfully against the Miz. He has a molded studded white belt. As with other elite action figures, the figure has numerous points of articulation. You can bend at the torso, head, shoulders, arms, elbows, wrists, waist, knees, and feet. I only have two minor suggestions that I would have tweaked. First is the upper torso mold. On the figure it shows as having a tank top, but if you look at reference shots of the match you can see the shirt is all one piece with no tank showing. Another minor gripe is that I would have included an entrance shirt from his title defense. If you consider yourself a Jeff Hardy fan, then I would highly suggest considering purchasing both versions of elite 67. I would rate this a solid 9/10.
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