Licensed merchandise can be good or bad....then sometimes they're so bad they're awesome. That's the category today's Random Toy falls into. Let's take a look at Arco's Robotech Binoculars
1988 gave us the Army Gear toy line from Micro Machine toymaker, Galoob. One of the most common (but also favorite of mine) items from this line is the Army Gear Canteen Aircraft Carrier. Join us as we take a closer look at it in this week's Random Toys.
While many people were not impressed with the Terminator Salvation toyline, there were a few items that were must buy items....if only they showed up in stores. One such item is this week's Random Toy: The Terminator Harvester
Last week I showed off the Shuttle Astronaut from GI Joe's Classic Collection Astronaut Assortment. This week I thought I'd show off the other figure in that assortment, The Mercury Astronaut.
Any kid from the 90's remembers Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and the evil brain from Dimension X, Krang. In the toyline there was the huge Krangs Android Body that housed Krang in it's stomach that towered over all of the other figures in the line.....but did you know there was also a regular sized Android Body?
The Dark Knight gave us one of the most memorable Jokers on the movie screen. While there have been a lot of figures based on this version of the Joker, there haven't been too many highly detailed, movie accurate ones that didn't cost a couple of hundred dollars....until NECA made one. So for this week's Random Toys, we're looking at the NECA Joker.
Tomorrow is "Alien Day" so to continue with our week long lead up to the celebrations, I present to you, the KB exclusive 12 inch two pack of Aliens vs Corp Hicks!
Not all toys are action figures, so this week we're taking a look at a reissued board game from the makers of Dungeons & Dragons. Join us as we travel through Fantasy Forest!
This week we're checking out a nifty science fiction styled figure from 1977........nope, not anything from Star Wars. We're talking about the Knight of Darkness from Star Team!
This week's entry is from one of my favorite giant mech toylines, Dougram. Join me as we take a look at the Takara reissue from 1999 of the 1:72 scale dual model Dougram Soltic H8