Give me something demonic and that laughs every time I put on a DVD of The Exorcist. Give me the Darkside Ollie.
Heroes in a plastic half-shell, turtle power! Can the 1990 version of Raphael stand up to the newer Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? Yes, yes he can.
Is Michelangelo adorable even in space? Yes, yes he is.
In certain extreme situations, the law of toys is inadequate. In order to shame its inadequacy, it is necessary to act outside the law of the toybox. To pursue… natural justice.
The ghost with the most, a poltergeist prankster with lethal gags. And now a kickass action figure as well, who has clearly managed to recover his normal head-size since the first flick ended.
TELL ME…DOES YOUR WALLET BLEED? IT WILL.
Mega blocks. Mega highways. Mega City One. Convulsing. Choking. Breaking under its own weight. Citizens in fear of the street. The gun. The gang. Only one thing fighting for order in the chaos: the men and women of the Hall of Justice. Juries. Executioners. Judges. And on bitchin’ awesome motorcycles as well.
Beyond genetic discrimination, there’s one other big problem with being a mutant: Giant robots. Or more specifically, giant Sentinel robots which can lock on to a mutant power signature and introduce Homo Superior to Machina Hand Laser. Still think being a mutie is cool?
I seem to be on a Transformers roll today. The Transformers: Devastation game ain’t half-bad if you can wait for it to be on sale, but I’ve always been a bigger fan of the toys. Especially the toys that those damn kids can’t afford and should keep their sticky germ-ridden fingers off of. And right now, I want to sell Sandy’s organs to get my hands on a Prime piece of Transformers merchandise.
I’ve always admired the purity of the Xenomorph. A phallic nightmare, a survivor… unclouded by conscience, remorse, or delusions of morality. Now I won’t lie to you. Having a Xenomorph replica in your collection, can only end in the kiss of death. But you do have my sympathies.
We get our hands all over the pick of the litter from last week’s Force Friday Star Wars toy blowout: the Sphero powered BB-8 app-controlled droid!
Nintendo has finally confirmed that Shovel Knight is getting its own Amiibo, while continuing shady practices regarding physical DLC for its games.