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  1. Superman returns from death in the Death and Return of Superman story from DC Comics! This Return of Superman figure features his signature black suit from the comics. He stands over 6 inches tall and features 2 interchangable headsculpts and rocket booster feet. You can pre-order this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.
  2. It's Wednedsay, and you know what that means: ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the Poison Ivy figure from the Batman: Hush line from MAFEX. The latest entry in that amazing line, Ivy was one I was really looking forward since she is one of my favorite villains in Batman's rogue gallery. Pamela Isley, aka Poison Ivy comes with an extra head, 7 extra hands, 2 suitcases (one open and one closed), a wad of cash, and several vine/plant pieces to add to the figure. The figure arrives 'nude', and you attach the vine/plant pieces on her to make her look more 'full'. It's a fun feature, and the vines look better on the figure than if they were just painted on her, but it does make her a bit trickier to pose/play with. They tend to fall off when you play with her articulations. Speaking of articulations, just like the Catwoman and Harley Quinn figures before her, it's a beautifully articulated figures (which could have used a thigh swivel, especially since it would have been covered with the vines, but one can only dream). The colors really pop and she definitely catches the eye when looking at that MAFEX Batman: Hush shelf, which is now 10 figures strong (11 if you count the black and grey Batman repaint)! Riddler and Scarecrow will be the next figures in that line, and we do not know yet if there will be more (I believe a Robin was rumored). My theory about MAFEX doing the same figures that DC Direct did 20 years ago is still valid (why else would they have done the Stealth Suit Batman otherwise?). That would leave Commissioner Gordon, Ra's Al Ghul and Alfred, which I highly doubt we'll get to ^^ More news at 11:00... "No man can resist me. Even Superman."
  3. Our first look at the MAFEX Hush Catwoman figure from Medicom. Stay tuned for official images and details to be released soon.
  4. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the Huntress figure from the Batman: Hush line from MAFEX. Huntress is the 9th figure in the line (counting the Batman repaint), and is a weird choice, considering she is probably nobody's favorite character from the Batman: Hush comic book, which included almost the entire Bat-family and rogue gallery (at the time). Huntress, or Helena Rosa Bertinelli, is a vigilante that operates out of Gotham City, and a member of the Bat-Family. In the Batman: Hush comic book, she appears only for a few pages, saves Batman after his grapple gun failed and he fell from the sky, and has a quick skirmish with Catwoman later. The MAFEX figure comes with an extra head sculpt, 4 extra pairs of hands, and a staff. Not a lot of accessories with that figure, and sadly no crossbow, which is usually Huntress's go-to weapon. She had an actual gun in the comic book, which she pointed at Catwoman, but since we won't have firearms with DC/Warner figures, we know why it's missing. The crossbow must be in that grey area where it has a trigger, even if it does not shoot bullets, so is considered a firearm, maybe? Huntress is a great figure, as are all the figures from that Batman: Hush line. Great articulation, with an update compared to the other ones as she has thigh swivels (gasp). It also seems that MAFEX has figured out the capes, with this one having wires on the cape but also at the bottom, so you can just fold it nicely at the bottom, or open it wide and it stays put. If only the first Batman came with a cape like this... The only issue I have with it are the pegs for the hands, which are a little too small, and the hands tend to fall off a lot when you handle the figure. More news at 11:00... Tell everyone Huntress did this to you!
  5. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the new Harley Quinn figure from the Batman: Hush comic book line by MAFEX. Harley is the 7th figure from this line (8th if you include the repaint). She's a great figure and could very well be 'the' original look Harley Quinn figure, after several, several attempts by other brands (with the DC Icons Harley Quinn at a close second). Harley Quinn comes with 2 extra headsculpts (smiling and angry), 4 extra pairs of hands (fists, grabbing hands, pointing fingers and open "jazz-hands"), an extra set of feet with the springs she used in the comic book to jump on the stage, and her trusted hammer. The only thing missing would have been her gun with the cork on a string in it, like she had in the book, but the no-gun rule is pretty strict, even for prop guns with flags for Joker or cork guns for Harley. This figure has amazing articulation and can be put in all sorts of acrobatic poses, just like her comic book counterpart. The head sculpts look really good, even if they didn't really capture the Jim Lee style of Harley Quinn. When you look at her, it's clearly Harley (No derpy face like the DC Essentials one). If you have the MAFEX Batman: Hush Catwoman figure, it is more of the same, with the addition of the wristbands, which can sometimes fall off when you're switching hands, but we can live with that. The next figures from this line should be Huntress and Nightwing, which have been delayed to later next year. Well, this Harley was scheduled for April 2022, but who's counting anyway! More news at 11:00... "Opera-Shmopera!"
  6. Alright, y'all, after MANY delays I finally have this guy in my mitts. Poses like a dream, terrific blue wash on black, and more accessories than you'll know what to do with! Enjoy the pics and feel free to have a look at the video! Thnx, y'all!
  7. Good day, Hope you check out my MAFEX Jean Grey Action Figure Review. Over 2 years ago, I won the forum contest for $100 bigbadtoystore credit. I use that to purchase this figure. Thanks @Outsiders
  8. Good Day, Here is my review of the 2020 Medicom Toy MAFEX No. 099 Cyclops Comic version. I did a side by side comparison of optic blasts for Mezco, MAFEX and Marvel Legends. Thanks @Outsiders
  9. It's Wednesday, and you know what that means... ToyFarce review! This week, we're having a look at the latest entry in the DC Comics Batman: Hush line from MAFEX, the Stealth Jumper Batman. MAFEX and Batman; Hush, name a more iconic duo. I'll wait. With the 5 previous figures from that line being as great as they were, it was time for MAFEX to release a figure that's a little more mid, and the Stealth Jumper Batman is as dispensable as it gets! If you already have the normal Batman, you don't really need it. Only completists (such as your truly) and people who like the design will get it. That suit appears in 3 panels in the entire Batman: Hush story arc (and is in the dark in 2 of them). But how is the figure, though? The Stealth Jumper Batman comes with 5 extra set of hands, and 2 batarangs. He looks like he was taken straight out of the comic book, as is tradition with MAFEX. The sculpt and details of the suit are perfect, and the figure is highly articulated, as we are used to with the Medicom brand. The texture of the suit, and the details on the breathing apparatus are great. He even has a parachute bag hidden under his cape. All in all, it's not a bad figure at all. It has a better (and smaller) cape than the normal Batman, which is definitely an improvement. We can't really move his head, because of the breathing thingy, only slightly turn it to the left or right, unfortunately. Other than that, with all the extra hands, there's tons of display possibilities. Now, did we really need that figure, over the upcoming Harley Quinn, Huntress or Nightwing? Not really. The Stealth Jumper Batman already had an action figure in the third wave of DC Direct Batman: Hush figures in 2005, and if i remember correctly, that figure was peg-warming pretty hard back then, and can still be found for around the same price on eBay 17 years later. The DC Direct line had 15 figures (3 waves of 5), and MAFEX has released 6 of them so far, with 3 more already announced. Could it be that if they made the Stealth Jumper Batman after all the other "heavy hitters", they might have not sold it as well? How about the remaining 6 figures from DC Direct (Poison Ivy, Riddler, Scarecrow, Ras al Ghul, Commissioner Gordon, Alfred)? Are they also coming? Are we going to get a MAFEX Alfred?! So many questions! More news at 11:00... "Why are you doing this?" (Talia al Ghul to Batman, in the only panel where he wears that suit. Also, me to MAFEX).
  10. Good day, Hope you watch my Medicom Toys Mafex No. 138 Wolverine Action Figure Review Thanks @Outsiders
  11. It's Wednesday and you know what that means... ToyFarce reviews! This week, we're having a look at the Joker figure from the New Batman Adventures animated series from MAFEX. Last november, we did a review of the Batman figure from that same line (which can be found here), and it only took about 8 months for another figure to come out (sweet, sweet delays). Like the Batman figure, this is not exactly the design that we wanted (The Animated Series), but it is the one from The New Batman Adventures show, which are not as celebrated... The box is the usual square-ish box that we get from MAFEX, with window at the front. At first glance, it looks like this figure doesn't have much accessories, but there are a few more hands hidden behind the cardboard. Like the Batman before him, the box uses a lot of blue, like the DC Collectibles line used to do (blue = New Adventures, red= Animated Series). Hopefully, we'll see some red boxes soon! The Clown Prince of Crime comes with 5 extra sets of hands + a pointing one (13 hands in total!), another headsculpt, a wallet, dollar bills, a paper plane made with a dollar bill, and a knife. No gun, obviously, even if a fake gun with a flag that says 'bang' would have been a fun accessory for him. This is a pretty weird figure for MAFEX, who usually have great articulations, but that Joker cannot do much. No bicep swivels and no thigh swivels means you can't really pose him in a lot of different ways. I get that it was probably to avoid ugly cuts on the purple suit, but it's still disappointing. The figure can crunch forward a bit, if you move the belt out of the way to allow more movement, but it's still not much, since the jacket would hinder more movement. The butterfly joints also look a bit weird, and act as extensions to the suit (pointy shoulders). So considering all that, paying the full MAFEX price for a figure that cannot do half of what the usual MAFEX figures can do kinda stings. It does look great, however, and comes with fun accessories, reminiscent of 'Joker's Millions', that episode where the Joker admits that he's crazy enough to fight with Batman, but not with the IRS. "If I don't pay my taxes, I'll go to jail!", he said. With the MAFEX Hush line being one of the best Batman line out there, it's kinda disappointing that the same effort was not put into the New Batman Adventures line. Let's hope that the next ones will have a bit more work put into them (and that they use the Animated Series designs instead!). More news at 11:00... I'm crazy enough to take on Batman; but IRS? No thank you!
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