fanmode-copy Jeff Parker reviews the Enterbay Fist of Fury Bruce Lee 1/6-scale figure. Excerpt: “Both the heads are sublime sculpts …”

Corey Tincher reviews the Mezco Toyz The Spirit The Spirit 7-inch figure. Excerpt: “… I’m glad that I picked it up.”

Erin Snyder reviews the Wild Planet Skeleflex Aliens Akafly and Dinos Spinosaurus sets. Excerpt: “These guys are pretty cool.” (See also.)

Thomas Wheeler reviews the Jakks Pacific WWE Deluxe Build N’ Brawl Shawn Michaels figure. Excerpt: “I really don’t know how Jakks manages to get this level of accuracy and detail into a headsculpt that’s less than an inch high.”

yo go re reviews the Hasbro Star Wars Comic Packs Leia Organa and Prince Xizor two-pack from Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire. Excerpt: “… they both play well, and bring us versions of the characters from an under-represented era.” (See also.)

Atom reviews the Beagle Mospeada Armor Cycle VR-052F Variable Type (Stick Bernard version) 1/10-scale set. Excerpt: “… better looking than the cartoon!” (See also: 1, 2, 3.)

Josh Bernard reviews the Bandai DX Chogokin GE-43 VF-25S Messiah Valkyrie Ozma Custom 1/60-scale figure from Macross Frontier. Excerpt: “Despite its flaws, I really enjoy this thing.” (See also.)

Artemis reviews the DC Direct New Gods Big Barda figure. Excerpt: “… the good sculpt and paint, and the unexpectedly versatile articulation, means that I look at her and think ‘Yep, that’s a good action figure.’”

Dave Van Domelen reviews the Hasbro Marvel Universe Transformers Crossovers Thor and Captain America figures. Excerpt: “(Re: Thor) Bleh.”

Thomas Wheeler reviews the Hasbro Transformers Universe Classic Deluxe class Sunstreaker figure. Excerpt: “… if you’re a longtime fan of Transformers, you’ve got to want these Classics.” (See also.)

Philip Reed reviews the Mattel Masters of the Universe Classics Beast Man Mattycollector exclusive figure. Excerpt: “Despite the high price and weak joints, Beast Man is excellent.” (See also.)

Corey Tincher reviews the Mattel Masters of the Universe Classics Skeletor Mattycollector exclusive figure. Excerpt: “Although this figure is fantastic in every category, he’s still not worth this outrageous price.” (See also.)

Poe Ghostal reviews the Mattel DC Universe Classics Killer Moth figure. Excerpt: “… a fairly standard figure …” (See also.)

Retro reviews

Tom Prankerd reviews the Bandai Chogokin GD-28 Kadou Senshi RGM-79 GM 1/144-scale figure from Mobile Suit Gundam. Excerpt: “It’s just a case of life imitating art … in the cartoon, the GM was devised as a no-frills version of the Gundam, and what we’re left with here is a no-frills version of the GD-16 figure.”

yo go re reviews the Kawada DiaBlock Convoy set. Excerpt: “If you have the money and you want a really unique Optimus Prime, give it a try.” (See also.)

Darren Cilenti reviews the Takara Transformers Car Robot C-026-S Super Speedbreaker (clear version) figure from the Super Car Robo 3 Brothers (clear version) Osaka Toys Land and Super Festival exclusive set. Excerpt: “Speedbreaker is very much a shellformer, so if you don’t like that style of Transformer he’s probably not for you.” (See also.)

Engineernerd reviews the Hasbro Star Wars 30th Anniversary Collection Romba and Graak two-pack from Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. Excerpt: “Where the vintage Romba has the glossy plastic look of a teddy bear, this version has the angry warrior look of a crazed chipmunk.” (See also.)

yo go re reviews the Toy Biz The New Mutants Magik with Flame Shooting Lockheed Dragon figure. Excerpt: “… if you’re interested in Colossus’ younger sister and Shadowcat’s best friend, this is a good bet.”

Artemis reviews the Character Options Doctor Who Rose and K9 set. Excerpt: “Character Options hit their stride with Doctor Who figures in general so quickly that this early effort looks amateurish.” (See also.)