Toy review roundup (via Fanmode)

fanmode-copy MicroBry reviews the Onell Design Glyos System Buildman Ranic Phalanx Set. Excerpt: “… it doesn’t get much more fun than when you have a toy designed to allow you to rebuild it however you want …”

MicroBry reviews the Freeing Sky Girls Sonic Diver Rai-jin set. Excerpt: “With the huge range of posability, interchangeability with other action figures and 3 alternate modes, this is a pretty fun piece to own, marred really only by its delicate construction.”

Michael Crawford reviews the Enterbay 24 Jack Bauer and David Palmer 1/6-scale figures. Excerpt: “I think using the word WOW here is not an overstatement.”

Newton Gimmick reviews the Character Options Doctor Who Bannakaffalatta figure. Excerpt: “… if you’re a fan of the character you can’t go wrong with this figure. ”

Philip Reed reviews the Hasbro Marvel Universe Green Goblin figure. Excerpt: “The Green Goblin comes with more accessories than any other Marvel Universe action figure I’ve seen so far.”

Thomas Wheeler reviews the McFarlane Toys Halo 3 Multiplayer Spartan Scout (tan version), Spartan Soldier EOD (olive version) and Spartan Soldier Hayabusa (red version) figures. Excerpt: “… good, solid figures, well-made.”

Corey Tincher reviews the Mattel DC Infinite Heroes Crisis series Green Arrow figure. Excerpt: “… I just don’t see how you’ll enjoy this figure all that much.” (See also.)

Jeff Parker reviews the Hot Toys US Secret Service Emergency Response Team (ERT) (male with G36C and female with P90 versions) 1/6-scale figures. Excerpt: “… because of the cool weapons and kit a lot of these will undoubtedly be parted out and end up in the hands of many kit-bashers.” (See also.)

Darren Cilenti reviews the Hasbro Transformers Shattered Glass Evil Grimlock Botcon 2008 exclusive figure. Excerpt: “… a good exclusive …”

Thomas Wheeler reviews the Hasbro Transformers Universe Classic Silverstreak figure. Excerpt: “… between the parts that didn’t want to move and the parts that just plain fell off, this guy was a bit of a pain.” (See also.)

yo go re reviews the Mattel DC Universe Classics Space Heroes 2 Pack Adam Strange and Starfire Mattycollector exclusive two-pack. Excerpt: “Adam’s too big, Starfire’s too small, and both of them are under-detailed because Mattel insists on using the most generic sculpts possible.” (See also.)

Monkey Boy reviews the Mattel DC Universe Classics Nightwing figure. Excerpt: “… solid, if slightly phoned-in …” (See also.)

yo go re reviews the Hasbro G.I. Joe Sgt. Airborne figure. Excerpt: “Airborne isn’t the flashiest figure, but he does look distinct from the rest of the Joes, and is overall fairly exotic.” (See also.)

Thomas Wheeler reviews the Bandai Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Super Legends White Ranger figure. Excerpt: “… a superb likeness of the classic Power Rangers character.” (See also.)

Retro reviews

Philip Reed reviews the Kenner M.A.S.K. Jungle Challenge set. Excerpt: “A perfect toy for 1986 but a not-so-great collectible for 2009.”

Darren Cilenti reviews the Hasbro Transformers Universe Classic Legends class Autobot Jetfire figure. Excerpt: “… while he’s fairly static, Jetfire is a good Legends toy …” (See also.)

Erin Snyder reviews the DC Direct Green Lantern Ganthet and Guardian two-pack. Excerpt: “… not too shabby.”

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