DC Collectibles added a little bit of the future to their Batman Animated line with a Batman Beyond two pack. Today I'm taking a look at this two pack and everything it has to offer.
Finishing out our random look at Wolverine toys for this month's celebration, we're looking at a non-toy. The Wolverine From Then 'Til Now II trading card series by Comic Images. I know trading cards aren't toys, but rather than show off another Weapon X figure, I thought I'd share a Wolverine collectible that had a huge impact on me as a kid.
In the early to mid 90's Toy Biz ruled the aisles with their X-Men toyline of 5" figures. Today we're looking at one of my favorites from back then, Weapon X (AKA: 4th Edition Wolverine)
Continuing our Wolverine Celebration, we're looking at a sort of What If? styled toy. Diamond Select Toys answers the question: What if Mego had made a World's Greatest Super Heroes figure of Wolverine?
Since we are celebrating Wolverine, all of the Random Toys this month will have be Wolverine related. Starting us off is one of my favorite toys from my childhood, The X-Men Pocket Comic Danger Room playset from Toy Biz!
Lanard Toys just released it's Kong Skull Island toys based on the upcoming movie and what's a King Kong toyline without a giant Kong figure? Today we're looking at the Kong Skull Island Mega Figure!
Continuing our non-random string of Dark Crystal Reaction figures reviews, this week we're looking at one of the few villains in this line, the Chamberlain Skeksis!
Funko recently released a new property in it's Reaction toyline, the 80's muppet masterpiece, The Dark Crystal! We're looking at the first figure of the main retail line and the hero of the movie, Jen.
1998 brought us the inclusion of Freeze Frame slides packaged with the single carded Star Wars Power of the Force figures released by Hasbro. That same year there was a mail away offer for this week's Random Toy, the Star Wars Slide Viewer.
1995 saw the return of Star Wars figures to store retail shelves with a new Power of the Force line (the first Power of the Force line was released 10 years previous in 1985) While I and many other fans were enjoying all of the new figures and re-released vehicles, that Christmas brought one of my favorite childhood toys back to the shelves.....The Imperial Speeder Bike!