Toy review roundup (via Fanmode)

fanmode-copy Newton Gimmick reviews the Character Options Doctor Who The Tenth Doctor (Aged and Ancient) set from Last of the Time Lords. Excerpt: “(Re: Aged version) He sort of eerily looks like my Grandfather.” (See also.)

Newton Gimmick reviews the Character Options Doctor Who Magnus Greel and Mr. Sin set from The Talons of Weng Chiang. Excerpt: “… I liked them MUCH more than I ever thought I would.” (See also.)

Newton Gimmick reviews the Character Options Doctor Who Captain Jack Harkness (Gelth Phantom Wave version) figure. Excerpt: “I simply love how the clothes are made on these figures.”

Updatedude reviews the Bandai Motion Revive Series Kamen Rider Kuuga (Rising Mighty form) trading figure. Excerpt: “Kuuga’s only flaw is the lack of accessories …” (See also.)

Michael Crawford reviews the ToyQuest Monsters vs. Aliens Gallaxhar, The Missing Link, Ginormica and Dr. Cockroach figures. Excerpt: “… these feel extremely cheap, and are pretty weak toys to begin with.”

Corey Tincher reviews the Hasbro Marvel Universe Spider-Man figure. Excerpt: “… it broke within 5 minutes of getting it out of the package …” (See also.)

yo go re reviews the Hasbro Marvel Legends Ares Series Heroes Reborn Iron Man Wal-Mart exclusive figure. Excerpt: “I certainly didn’t expect to like to like him at all, but opening the packaging up and playing around with him has changed my mind.” (See also.)

Thomas Wheeler reviews the Hasbro Marvel Legends Hulk Series Doc Samson figure. Excerpt: “He’s still a reasonably interesting character, and he’s definitely a cool action figure.” (See also.)

Nathan Newell reviews the Mattel DC Universe Classics Hawkman figure. Excerpt: “… a substantial figure and comes with great accessories.” (See also.)

yo go re reviews the Hasbro Transformers Universe G1 Series Deluxe class Autobot Hound with Ravage set. Excerpt: “Hound is a decent figure, but he’s at the bottom of this new collection of Classics.” (See also.)

Tom Prankerd reviews the Hasbro Transformers Animated Activators Patrol Bumblebee figure. Excerpt: “As a cheap and cheerful little toy, Bumblebee is a success …” (See also.)

yo go re reviews the Hasbro G.I. Joe Cobra Eel figure. Excerpt: “With everything on, the Eel really does look like the old version, but the fact that you can strip him down adds a lot to the value of the toy.” (See also.)

Artemis reviews the Lego Bionicles 8952 Mutran and Vican set. Excerpt: “… they look better as a mad science team than a rodeo act.”

Retro reviews

Tom Prankerd reviews the Bandai Chogokin GD-53 Kadou Senshi Hyaku Shiki 1/144-scale figure from Mobile Suit Zeta Gundam. Excerpt: “A real masterpiece of a toy.” (See also.)

Philip Reed reviews the Kenner M.A.S.K. Condor set. Excerpt: “I can remember having a hell of a lot of fun playing with this over twenty years ago, and I suspect that a kid today would have just as much fun with it now as I did back then.”

yo go re reviews the Hasbro Star Wars 30th Anniversary Collection Roron Corobb figure from Star Wars: Clone Wars. Excerpt: “… Star Wars’ George W. Bush: he hangs around with a big fat white guy, has a crooked mouth and no evidence of a brain.” (See also.)

Darren Cilenti reviews the Hasbro Transformers Beast Wars Airazor (Fox Kids! version) figure. Excerpt: “Airazor is one of the weaker Transmetals, but they’ve addressed some of the shortcomings we saw on the original …”

Darren Cilenti reviews the Hasbro Transformers Cybertron Legends class Optimus Prime figure. Excerpt: “A pretty forgettable legends toy despite a decent robot mode …” (See also.)

Darren Cilenti reviews the Hasbro Transformers Cybertron Legends class Leobreaker figure. Excerpt: “… I actually prefer Leobreaker at this scale.” (See also.)

Darren Cilenti reviews the Hasbro Transformers Cybertron Legends class Red Alert figure. Excerpt: “A disappointing Legends toy which fails to shine in either mode.” (See also.)

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