New Robo Force figures on sale this Friday from ToyFinity

There will be a new Robo Force drop from ToyFinity this Friday! This time the figures come with paint applications and look absolutely fantastic. I’m getting increasingly excited about this line. It’s an interesting time – soon the Power Lords will be able to interact with Robo Force and Mordles, with Manglors waiting in the […]

Odds ‘n Ends > Atari action figures, Robo Force comics, NECA stands, Bayformer Grimlock, Grayskull credit card issues

Dan of the website Chicago Toy Collector created these great custom action figures – in 1980s style – based on classic Atari games. If a Pitfall figure had existed when I was playing it on my family’s Intellivision, I’m sure I would have owned it. Funko/Super 7, are you paying attention? (Hat tip to Robots Pajamas.) Boba Fett, […]

Odds ‘n Ends > SWB6″, Power Lords, Mordles & Robo Force, ReAction Figures

I hope you all enjoyed Star Wars Black Week! I’ll also be reviewing Han Solo, Leia and Greedo soon. And of course, don’t forget to enter our Trygg Poftu contest for a chance to win a Series 2 Boba Fett! Our partner CollectionDX has had some great reviews recently, including OMFG! Series 3 and the […]

Odds ‘n Ends > Robo Force, SWB6″ Han Solo production pics, Castle Grayskull

ToyFinity has released the first photo of its Glyos-compatible Robo Force figures. An orange “test-shot” preview version of Maxx Steele will be available at NYCC this weekend. ToyFinity will also have three new colors of Mordles and the all-new jumbo-sized Mordle available (and all will be made available online later). At Hasbro’s “Twas the Night Before…” […]

Sightings > Rare Robo Force Figure “Tiltor” Unearthed

First off, big thanks to Battlegrip for pointing this out. It had totally flown under my radar. As longtime Poesters are no doubt aware, I’m a big fan of the 1984 Ideal toy line Robo Force. They were fun, if somewhat goofy, robot figures with suction cups and accordion arms that could “grasp” when a […]

Toy review roundup (via Fanmode), 1/24/09

yo go re reviews the Mattel DC Universe Classics Green Lantern figure. Excerpt: “… Hal Jordan isn’t much of a character; this mundane action figure suits him perfectly.” (See also.) Thomas Wheeler reviews the Mattel DC Universe Classics Harley Quinn figure. Excerpt: “… this is one very impressive figure.” (See also.) yo go re reviews the Hasbro G.I. Joe Flint (Cobra disguise version) figure. Excerpt: […]