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figureBOMB Update: Predators, Pacific Rim, and NYCC!

Hey Everybody!

Sorry for the relative quiet over the last few weeks, I have been quite the busy bee over at The Comixverse.

Since I last posted, NYCC has come and gone, I received my promotional samples from NECA, and I surpassed 200 followers on Instagram (click here to check out my feed)! I have really been focusing on improving my photography skills, and am really happy with the improvements I have made. Now I can actually use my own photos for reviews, and not have them look like they were taken with my VGA cellphone camera back in 2002.

So head to The Comixverse to check out my recent work, and as always thanks for stopping by. Just don’t ask to borrow any of my toys.

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Transformers: Age of Extinction Optimus Prime severely underwhelmed me at NYCC

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IDW announced an ongoing Transformers/G.I. Joe series at NYCC. Heck yeah!

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Gipsy Danger, while battle-weary, still managed to impress this OCD reviewer.

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The Nightstorm Predator looks like some sort of nightmarish Egyptian god, which is just fine by me.

Honey, I Shrunk the Transformers (posted at The Comixverse)

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What up loyal readers?! For this week’s edition of Maximum Articulation, I take some time to explore the economic causes behind the ever-decreasing size of Transformers, and the rise in prices for action figures in general.

I take a slightly more academic tone with this week’s subject; hopefully you all will forgive the temporary divergence from my typical debauchery. Hit the jump over to The Comixverse and check it out!

Hold That Pose: Hasbro and the Attack of the Stick Men (posted at The Comixverse)

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I’ve posted my introductory article up on The Comixverse for my new column, Maximum Articulation. I explore the recend trend of Hasbro towards decreased articulation in their actuon figures, with the paleolithic tact you’ve come to expect from my writing.

Hit the jump to check it out!

Maximum Articulation | Hold That Pose: Hasbro and the Attack of the Stick Men