I was a guest on CDX’s Youtube show this week, part of a promotion for the Super Review War. If you’ve ever wondered what I look or sound like, here’s a chance for nearly a full hour of that – or for however long you can stand it. We spend some time discussing the reviews, […]
Now that’s a novel way of showing off a figure’s articulation. In this particular case it’s also really, really creepy.
Poe’s Note: That’s right, at long last I’ve caved in to the fact that video reviews are the wave of the future. It’s where the money is, yo. And so to commemorate PGPoA’s first official foray into the world of video reviews, I’ve enlisted Doc Thomas to review one of the MOTUC figures I’ve yet […]
This is what Topless Robot would call an Impressive Act of Nerdery. It’s the entire movie, folks. Yes, one could make negative comments about why anyone would do this and whether it’s a waste of time, but it looks to me like way too much fun was had here to care about that. I admire the commitment […]
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I’m willing to bet most Poesters can name the Four Horsemen, and probably quite a few recognize names like Kyle Windrix and Jason Frailey. But there are also sculptors like Scott Hensey, whose work you almost certainly owned as a kid. Hensey was responsible for many of the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles figures in […]
So…yeah, the actors who played Saurod and Blade in the 1987 live-action Masters of the Universe movie have cut videos asking you to subscribe to Club Eternia, thanks to He-Man.org member Captain Atkin. First up is Pons Maar, a.k.a Saurod: Next we have Anthony “Blade” De Longis: And as a bonus, here’s our own Pixel Dan:
…and they’re totally right. Just thought it’d be nice to take a break from Subpocalypse for a moment.
The fellow who created Castle Grayskullman created this vintage ad for the figure as well. Just a heads-up, it’s more of a parody ad than an actual attempt to mimic the vintage ads. I’m almost ashamed to admit I had to hear about this from Topless Robot.
While reading through the entire run of the 1980s Vigilante comic (don’t ask…), I came across the ad below on a back cover. Now, as I kid my family actually owned an Intellivision, so given my love of He-Man it’s unclear to me why we never owned this particular title. I’ll have to have a […]