It’s an older figure from 2004 but it’s a great one! The SEGA ALIEN Kit needed some easy assembly but the finished item was fantastic with just a handful of very, very minor issues.
This ALIEN item is one of my favorites; and you can read the review right here.
It’s Great! Well, some will think it’s great. Others will be made to suffer. You should know by now Scott is decisive, non-negotiable and doesn’t really care what anyone else thinks of his movies. Hell, he won’t even read this review. Not that it will change anything.
Don’t be an uppity British Director. Read my review. lol.
What’s only 3 inches tall and still wants to rip your face off? Diamond Select Toy’s 2015 diminutive tribute to Kenner’s original ALIEN action figure. That’s what; and you can read all about this sweet little darling cutie pie right now in this review.
Awwww… isn’t he so cute? It’s enough to make you want to see him go and chew a kitten’s face off.
As part of my current restructuring and plan for forward movement along with using this site as my base of operations for all things hideous and plastic, I’m slowly upgrading and adding content to the site. Today I completed the porting of a bunch of older reviews over to hideousplastic.com. I wrote them. They belong here. Now they’re home.
Links to these items already existed on this site but the content was previously hosted on AvP Galaxy. The content is now residing here under a single umbrella with all my other Continue reading
It’s time for me to move on and leave KickStarter behind. I’ve got quite the workload of restructuring ahead of me and one of my big priorities is to keep traffic flowing through this site. I can’t think of anything better than posting a review of some weird thing I have lying around.
Anything will do at this stage. Even a review of an action figure from a 4 year old video game that almost everyone hated. So here it is. My examination of Hiya Toys 1:18 scale Colonial Marines Xenomorph Boiler action figure. The game was shit. Is this ugly little runt more of the same – or is it worth picking up 4 years later? Find out in this review.
The recently released Super7 ‘1986 Classic Toy Edition’ ALIENS action figure is very cool. It’s basically a reissue of the the older vintage Kenner toy and that alone makes it very welcome. How does the older figure compare to the new one?
Let’s find out, shall we? In this article we will explore exactly just that. Here for your personal pleasure, perverted purpose or plain posterity is an article exploring these figures side by side.
What’s big, black and ugly and has been missing since 1986?
A ‘Kenner’ themed action figure based on ALIENS courtesy of Super7. That’s what. You can read the review for the large brute that recently arrived on my doorstep.
It’s time for me to take a break from all this KickStarter campaign stuff for a day or so. Today, it’s time for a review. This time around, I take a look at TITANS exclusive Glow in the dark loot crate ALIEN.
Is it the runt of the litter? …more importantly, is it any good? Let’s take a closer look at this puppy. Woof.
ALIEN: Covenant is coming. Let’s not forget it’s a sequel of sorts to PROMETHEUS. We’ll be seeing the return of the late Mr. Weyland’s Pride and Joy – the android David 8.
NECA released a version of the character in their popular 7 inch action figure format some time back as part of their PROMETHEUS Series 2 line up. David 8 was a mighty cool character; but does the action figure live up to those standards? You can read the review right here.
The Kenner ALIENS range of action figures was released 25 years ago in 1992.
Let’s Celebrate their release with a review about one of the more important figures in that series. Why is it so important? Read the review and find out!