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BlackActionFigure 2017 Year End Review – Part 2 (Mattel & DC Collectibles)

2017 was a slow year for Hasbro's superhero competitors, Mattel and DC Collectibles. Both companies have the rights to the DC license. And both really don't use it as often as collectors would like. If you count the statues, DC Collectibles are killing it. But the action figure side is lacking. You would think DC Collectibles being an... Read more →
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BlackActionFigure 2017 Year End Review – Part 1 (Hasbro)

Well, we've made it through another year (and already two weeks plus into the new year). Lots of releases, lots of figures I didn't get a chance to review. However, before I do my 2017 Figure of the Year, someone suggested if I could go over what was released this year. While this list is by no means complete, it is a good indicator of all... Read more →
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Best 5 Sports Player Action Figures

5 legends from 5 different sports are a part of this post. They are the best, they hold records and they are at the top of the world for years now. Today, I want to introduce you to the legends of basketball, American and European football, baseball and ice hockey and their action figures.   ADMINISTRATOR NOTE: This article was... Read more →
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Review: Hasbro Marvel Legends Series 6″ Valkyrie (From Movie: “Thor: Ragnarok”)

   When they first announced Thor 3, I was not holding my breath. The first two iterations of Thor had been good enough to watch, but easily forgettable in the long run. When they announced Thor: Ragnarok and put out the teaser trailer, Marvel easily regained my attention and got me excited again for a Thor movie. I thought they had a... Read more →
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Review: DC Collectibles Arrow Series 6.5″ Vixen

   Always have to show love to the female figures of color, even though they are far and few between. And honestly, sometimes a little repetitive. I love the fact that with Marvel and Hasbro, we get all types of figures like Tombstone and Misty Knight. With DC and Mattel (or DC Collectibles) we get ten different versions of the same... Read more →