Occasionally I like to review more than just toys. Sometimes – not often – I like to take a peek into books about toys. Today, under the spotlight for evaluation is the Unofficial ReAction Figure Guide.
Super7 has been prolific of late, they’ve been driving force behind the Retro Action figure RenAissance in 3.75 inch toys with their ReAction figure line up. ReAlly? Yes. ReAlly. Now some clever dude has written a book about these small scale collectible toys. ReAd the HIDEOUS PLASTIC review of the Unofficial ReAction Figure Guide right here.
RemAin ReAssured it’s a ReAlly good ReAd. lol. 🙂
ALIEN ReAction figures? Too much of a good thing? Had enough of this stuff, already? Wait! Here’s 3 more for you to collect. The good folk at Super7 know we love these things so they keep cranking ’em out. So here they are, the ReAction SPACE VILLAIN series blind box ALIEN figures.
Just like Ridley Scott keeps cranking out new ALIEN movies, these items will either be a welcome addition to your life; or you’ll moan and sigh from over-exposure.
This is the 2nd article in a series; and for this piece of work, let’s find out if these things are any good. Find out in this review.
This is the ALIEN: Covenant Creature Accessory Pack. It is the third and final ALIEN Covenant action figure item made by NECA in this current series of REEL TOYS.
It’s a box full of ugly little brutes with no love for Humanity; and it’s reviewed right here.
Here’s our new friend, the ALIEN Covenant Xenomorph. He may be David’s first successful attempt at creating the ‘perfect organism’ but NECA have been doing the same thing for years, now.
Is this ugly, gangling thing any good? Read the review and find out.
I’ve been consciously avoiding reviewing any NECA figures until the ALIEN covenant stuff had been released. Well, now this range of figures has reached Australian shores and I’ll be exploring these items in detail during the next month or so.
Think of it as
Wabbit NECA Season, Dear Elmer.
So let’s get stuck into these things, shall we? First up is the grisly little bastard known as the Neomorph. Go ahead. Read all about my impressions of this little darlin’. I quite like it. I’ll be tackling NECA’s iteration of David’s Xenomorph next week, too, so keep an eye out for that one.
ALIEN Covenant merchandise is out in stores right now. Easy to come by is the Funko range of POP! figures. They’re cute. They’re happy. They have big wide open eyes that reach into your soul with Joy. Well, maybe not all of them fit that description.
I’ll openly admit the POP! range of collectibles really don’t appeal to me all that much. At least these ones are uglier than most. That’s a plus as far as I am concerned. So here, is my review of one of the recently released ALIEN Covenant POP! figure by Funko, the bloodied Xeno/Protomorphy thingy. Whatever people call it.
Last week I reviewed the exemplary Kotobukiya ArtFX ALIEN figure. This week we go from the sublime to the ridiculous in a single step as I tackle the very odd Mr. Potato Head ALIEN figure.
You want strange? You got it.
The 2016 Kotobukiya ArtFX ALIEN Statue.
Does it stand up to being a display worthy item on your shelf …or is it an over-rated piece of junk to best be ignored?
Find out in this review.
The latest Funko POP! series of goofy characters featuring ABSURDLY BIG HEADS includes 6 items inspired by characters appearing in ALIEN: Covenant.
Here’s my review of the charming Funko POP! Neomorph Alien and his delightful younger ‘Toddler’ self. What a beautiful couple these two are.
It’s time to review something ugly. This lanky rubbery item will do just fine. Not only does the 12 inch tall Medicom Real Action Heroes ALIEN figure look like one of the best iterations of the Big Chap in action figure format, it’s also one of the more expensive. There’s a good reason for that: It’s one of the best.
Not only does this thing look good but it goes well beyond its accurate appearance by fully emulating the whole ‘man in a rubber suit’ quality of the original onscreen monster.
Brilliant! Read the review and find out why.