I’m still neck-deep in Disney Infinity 3.0, which is going all-out this year to deliver as much Star Wars content as possible. And honestly, I have no complaints about that. Because while Star Wars may rule the roost this year, there’s still plenty of room for other Disney properties to make a debut. So let’s crack the shells off of these mint-on-card figures, and go play in the toybox!
Godzilla is a Kaiju that I’d happily have on my shelf. If it was big enough. Here’s a look at the upcoming Sideshow Collectibles Godzilla, while I figure out how to put a big piece of wood onto my wall horizontally.
Stormtroopers! They can’t aim worth a damn as even on the best of days they’ve got the marksman skills of a tree stump in a coma. Thing is, the Star Wars galaxy would be a lot less entertaining without a few legions of cannon fodder running around in their nice shiny white uniforms. Stormtroopers are about as disposable as nappies …
Moichendisin’! Disney looks set to start making some serious coin on Star Wars this year, when Episode 7: The Force Awakens in December. And that’s a brilliant date for a Star Wars movie to release. Why? Because Star Wars is the kind of franchise that was built on merchandising.
Metal Gear Solid also happens to be one of the most bat-sh*t crazy games ever made. And nowhere else in the entire saga of that franchise, is that madness better summed up than when you encounter Diamond Dog. Or his toy replica. SO CUTE!
The Avengers was a movie filled with heroes. But when it came down to leadership, only the baddest mother-lover around could keep Earth’s mightiest mortals in check. Now imagine all of that authority, in a sixth-scale format.
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