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Video Review: GaoFighGar

Bandai released GaoFighGar in their Super Mini-Pla line in 2008. The box consists of four mini kits that combine to form the robot.

Video Review: Lunatic

Lunatic

Video Review: Taiga Aisaka

Taiga Aisaka

Video Review: Kurumi Erika

Kurumi Erika

Video Review: Tsubomi Hanasaki

Tsubomi Hanasaki

Video Review: Perhona

Perhona

Video Review: Kotetsu T. Kaburagi

Kotetsu T. Kaburagi

Video Review: Dragon Kid

Dragon Kid

Video Review: Blue Rose

Blue Rose

Video Review: Barnaby Brooks Jr

Barnaby Brooks Jr

Video Review: 5” Stretchy Finn

Finn

Video Review: Toyota Crown Athlete

Toyota Crown Athlete

Video Review: Iron Giant

Iron Giant is a steal.

Video Review: Voltron 1 / Dairugger XV

The end of an era.

Video Review: DX Hiden Zero-One Driver

A JUMP TO THE SKY TURNS TO A RIDER KICK!

Video Review: Baoh (Second)

Originally only available at Winter Wonderfest 2017, now available to all.

Video Review: Techroid Blader

A fantastic release from an obscure anime.

Video Review: Master Back Draft MK. III

An amazing ACTUAL TOY from TakaraTomy - Master Back Draft is great!

Video Review: Muteki Shogun

Otherwise known as the Shogun Megazord from Power Rangers Season 3!

Video Review: VT-1 Superostrich

You never forget your first Superostrich. Courtesy of HobbyLink Japan

Video Review: Demogorgon

Turn your life upside down with the Demogorgon

Video Review: Lowlife

Are you Ready2robot? I was not.

Video Review: Albegas (Denjin Dimension)

A new company out of Taiwan called MaxxWork has come screaming out of the gate with not one, but THREE different vinyl jumbos of Albegas, in the three main modes. In this review, we are looking at the most popular mode, Denjin Dimension.

Video Review: Synthetic Human Test Body

The 1/12 scale Synthetic Human Test Body will available exclusively at Summer Toy Festivals around the world in limited quantities.

Video Review: Voltes V

18 inches of diecast and plastic.