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  You can tell when I’m just kind of “meh” about a review.  I did this photo shoot of this figure two weeks ago…and I’ve been sitting on it since. But here it is and I would like to get this one done before the third season comes out next week, so I’m still somewhat... Read more →
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  Next up is Val from the “Solo: A Star Wars Story” movie played by one of my favorite actresses, Thandie Newton. It’s always surprising to me that we have another actor here who has had a varied and long film and television career and this is (I believe) the first action figure with her... Read more →
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  Let me tell you, it’s kind of hard getting off the Marvel bandwagon…Hasbro alone has been producing excellent action figures and their distribution has only made them more popular. But over the years, Mattel has been hanging in there pushing out smaller waves of figures based on DC TV, movie, or comic book franchises.... Read more →
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  We finally come to the end of a fantastic Marvel Legends wave of figures from 2018’s Black Panther movie. We end this wave with another figure that I thought for awhile that we may have to live without: M’Baku, leader of the Jabari Tribe. M’Baku, portrayed by actor Winston Duke, was a surprise breakout... Read more →
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  We’re down to the “Endgame” with this wave…only this Black Panther figure and the M’Baku Build-A-Figure left.  I know if I stick to it, I can get them done before I hit the movies on Friday. This is definitely a Black Panther figure you want in your collection.  Yes, it does have a M’Baku... Read more →
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    Remember that beautiful, Black bodyguard that Prince T’Challa had in “Captain America: Civil War” that threatened to remove Black Widow from the pathway (“Move…or you will be moved.”)?  Did you ever in life think that she would someday get her own action figure? Nope, neither did I… Hasbro actually came through on one... Read more →
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    Coming back at you with a review of T’Chaka from the Marvel Legends Black Panther series Wave 2. At this point I really want to finish up these last three figures soon so I can hurry and get to review the M’Baku Build-A-Figure. That leaves another Black Panther figure and the Dora Milaje... Read more →
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  Out of all the figures that Hasbro initially did not make for the Black Panther movie, I believe commando suit Erik Killmonger was the most wanted among collectors and friends. Who wouldn’t want a bad ass military-garbed, armed-to-the-teeth figure with a kick-ass African war mask? Fortunately, two things happened: 1) “Black Panther” made $1.3... Read more →
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“Two days left in Black History Month, Black Panther has won three Oscars and this fool still hasn’t done a review of the new figures?!” I know, I know, I feel bad about that. My schedule sometimes sucks, but I’m making a commitment of trying to review most of the Marvel Legends Black Panther Movie... Read more →
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  Leave it to me to review a figure of a character who is no longer a regular on a current television show. Kid Flash cometh, then Kid Flash went away. He started off pretty great, but left the television Arrowverse kind of awkward and is barely a blip on people’s mind today. So why... Read more →
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