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Movie Monsters In Scale by Mark C. Glassy (book review).

April 15, 2013 | By | Reply More
Movie Monsters In Scale by Mark C. Glassy (book review).

Mark C. Glassy’s book ‘Movie Monsters In Scale’ has a more descriptive sub-title, ‘A Modeler’s Gallery Of Science Fiction And Horror Figures And Dioramas’ which suggests far more than a location. A medical scientist by profession and from the looks of things, we’re also of a similar age, Glassy has the itch and by the […]

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The Hobbit cast get it on with their Lego Minifigs.

December 12, 2012 | By | Reply More
The Hobbit cast get it on with their Lego Minifigs.

Call this shameless marketing for Lego Minifigs if you will… we’re just a corporate whore at heart, but let’s face it, if Lego made a Minifig of you, wouldn’t you be proud of it? The cast of The Hobbit certainly are!

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World’s largest Star Wars figure collection, currently $8k in online auction.

December 7, 2012 | By | Reply More
World’s largest Star Wars figure collection, currently $8k in online auction.

And I thought I had a large collection of Star Wars figures (only from my youth, you understand… not allowed to fill the house up with them post-marriage). But I was wrong, for, as you can clearly see, Rancho Obi-Wan has put close to 2000 figures up for auction on eBay… currently bumping along at […]

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Space Seed, Kirk vs Khan.

October 14, 2012 | By | Reply More
Space Seed, Kirk vs Khan.

If you like your swag classic Trek stylee, here comes a fine-looking Kirk versus Khan set. Here’s the official catalogue blurb for it… A Diamond Select Release! Designed and Sculpted by Art Asylum! It’s an all-new Star Trek action figure line designed especially for collectors, and the newest offering in this series is Captain James […]

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Classic Spock.

August 8, 2012 | By | Reply More
Classic Spock.

Our chums over at Hollywood Collectibles are making with a 1:4 scale Spock from the classic Star Trek series to go along with their Kirk in the same range. It’ll be nineteen inches of Trek goodness at around $300 (I know, everything is meant to be free in the Federation, but…). It’s a 750 run […]

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Without Rancor?

August 7, 2012 | By | Reply More
Without Rancor?

Those bods at the 501st Legion are some crafty people. Not content with rocking some awsome Star Wars costumes as a matter of course, they have now embarked on the epic feat of designing a real-size Racor beast for the upcoming Star Wars gig in Orlando. Looks real enough that you might need a light […]

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Makey the makies.

August 5, 2012 | By | Reply More
Makey the makies.

Here’s a novel concept, and one that is trail-blazing the way for a slew of such future offerings – a new toy called Makies. Now, if you’re over 30 and in the family way, you no doubt have already been subjected to the pester power of such brands as Build-a-Bear, where you customize a cuddly […]

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Go over to the Lego side.

August 3, 2012 | By | Reply More
Go over to the Lego side.

If you want a Star Wars-themed Lego chess set, then Brandon Griffith is your man. Here’s his mighty effort for Return of the Jedi. Nice one, Brandon.

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