Star Trek Into Darkness is hitting theatres on May 17, so it’s time for Classics Corner to take a look back at the first attempt at modern Star Trek figures. In the late 80s, Star Trek: the Next Generation was rising to its spot as the undisputed champ of sci-fi syndication. Galoob hopped on the growing cash cow and put out a line of figures and die-cast ships. For some reason, it didn’t pan out well. Commander William Riker was one of a handful of figures from a short lived line.
Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Monday, May 13, 2013
Saturday, May 11, 2013
Tuesday, May 7, 2013
We had to wait through two separate waves, a few months apart, to complete him. Now, one of the most awesome Build-a-Figure's of all time is complete. Check him out after the jump.
Monday, May 6, 2013
Here's the final carded figure (for now?) in the Marvel Legends Iron Man 3 line, and the one that has the least to do with Iron Man, Ultron. He's a new head on an old body. But you will read this review anyway. Because Ultron commands it.
Sunday, May 5, 2013
Website from the future io9.com recently revealed this Marvel Legends Iron Man 3 Ben Kingsley Mandarin figure. The accompanying story is a little murky, making the figure out to be a part of the Iron Monger Build-a-Figure series, which we all know is already complete without Mandarin, but could this be confirmation that we'll see another Iron Man 3 Legends wave in the near future? It certainly seems that way. And there have been rumors of another wave with a Hulkbuster BAF (retooled from Iron Monger) circulating the interwebs lately. With SDCC in about two months, I guess we'll know soon enough. Hit the source link above for the full story, and check out our mirrored images after the jump.
Saturday, May 4, 2013
Next up in the second Iron Man 3 Legends wave, it's War Machine with a new paint job. "Actually, it's Iron Patriot now." "Wow that's waaaay cooler!" "No it's not."