Friday, May 22, 2009

Sideshow's 1/6th G.I. Joe Snake Eyes...

I think I speak for most (if not all) collectors when I say that there's certain figures that when we get, we positively cannot wait to open. Figures that, once in our clutches make our hearts flutter, hands tremble, and mouths salivate with the anticipation of freeing them from their cardboard and plastic prisons. Figures that, if we weren't wary of our significant others suddenly bursting through our office door, we might (just might) need to rub one out over...
But I digress.
For Yours Truly, Sideshow's Snake Eyes was one of those figures.






I love the way Sideshow added the old school Hasbro packaging art (complete with the painted orange and yellow explosion behind the character, and accompanying file card bios) to their own box designs.


I'll add pics of the loose figure in a future post. Stay tuned.

Saturday, May 16, 2009

Hot Toys 1/6th Hellboy Pics...





"You woke the Baby!"










Monday, May 11, 2009

Haul Of The Week: Hot Toys Hellboy 1/6th!!!

Arrived today! Love to stay and chat, but I've got me a brand spankin' new Hot Toys Hellboy figure to open and gawk at...

Saturday, May 9, 2009

If there was anything cool about the Star Wars prequels, it was definetly their assortment of villains. The third installment, Revenge of the Sith, gave audiences the rasping, cybernetic precursor to Darth Vader, General Grievous...

Trained in the jedi arts by the Separatist leader, Count Dooku, General Grievous uses his four robotic arms to wield four lightsabers in battle against Obi Wan Kenobi. Sadly, the Mugg version of Grievous comes with a mere two arms...


The General's coughing fits are due to an unfortunate force crushing incident performed by Jedi Master, Mace Windu (as seen in the Cartoon Network's original Clone Wars animated series).


Friday, May 1, 2009


Wait. Snake Eyes' mask has a mouth...? The guy can't even talk. What the shit does he need a mouth molded into his mask for???