Pop Culture Shock’s latest addition to their Mortal Kombat Klassic line is going to be non other than the first playable god in the series: Lord Raiden!
I really like Diablo, you know, that rather famous other game franchise made by Blizzard. I never really played the first one, but the second one, oh boy, I played that game for years. Day and night.
And to follow-up on the Garrus post, here’s the second one of Gaming Head’s Mass Effect line: Liara.
I always have something to say about stuff, I’m a woman after all. But sometimes, on rare occasions, I find myself silent.
Just when I thought I was finished with Sideshow Collectibles, they drag me between Hell and Heaven with this new line of theirs!
Note: beware, it’s a long post. And I mean, LOOOONG!
It’s been a while since I last reviewed something and what better way to jump back in it by reviewing the first statue that arrived at our new house’s doorstep? Our friendly neighbor Spider-Man has arrived.
Gaming Heads is on a roll with their Sony All-Stars line! Presenting the third in the line: Jak and Daxter from Jak II.
It looks like Mandy-week since I’m here, yet again, with something related to the little vixen.
Like I mentioned two days ago, Electric Tiki Design is releasing a new Mandy statue. And that news made me so happy!
One of the most known gems on the Dreamcast is Skies of Arcadia. It’s even so popular that they made a port of it (SoA: Legends) for the GameCube in 2002, barely two years after the initial release. And now, First 4 Figures captured the protagonist of the game in statue form!
We’ve been bugging First 4 Figures for a long, long time about getting a Princess Zelda statue and they finally listened!
Yeah, it’s been a while but I’m back with a new preview for you. Sooner then expected, Gaming Heads releases the second one in their Playstation All-Stars line. And it’s a duo I actually kinda expected regarding their first release of Jak & Daxter; Ratchet and Clank
Pop Culture Shock finally releases some Mortal Kombat babes for their Klassic Line; Mileena and Jade!
I rarely look at customs but sometimes, I happen to stumble upon them. And at those times, I’m amazed by what people are able to do. Just look at this amazing Mother Brain and Ridley from the game-series Metroid!
And this Bayonetta figure will be mine! I’ve been waiting so long for this and they will finally release her! And soon (I hope)! I’m so happy! Hence the many exclamation marks.
And Pop Culture Shock finally shows us the painted prototype of a diorama many were waiting for! The Street Fighter diorama of Vega Vs. Chun-Li was highly anticipated but I’m not sure if it matches the anticipation…
You’ll probably have no clue about what I’m going to talk about now. Well, I found another wonderful artist!
It’s been a while since I last reviewed a not-safe-for-work figure, or anything really… So, I thought it was time to dig up some old shots and properly introduce this pixie to you.
WARNING: This is not safe for work. Also not suitable for people under the age of 18. Not that you’d care, you’ll probably click anyway. Just saying.
A while ago, we stumbled across a little book called Darth Vader and Son and it looked so cute. So, we bought it. Then, the same author released a sequel; Darth Vader’s Little Princess. And we had to have that one to. And now, Gentle Giant created two statues from these books and my, do I want them!
Have you ever heard of Tsume-Art before? We sure didn’t. Not until we spotted some Street Fighter figures they’re going to release…
And closing my posts about Gaming Heads is something they just announced; it’s the next in line in their Team Fortress 2 lineup. Meet the Engineer!
I was skeptical about the Tomb Raider reboot last year but on the other hand, the series definitely needed a good reboot under it’s arse. But when Ingis played it, my skepticism was replaced by optimism. I loved the reboot! And now, Gaming Heads is going to release a statue based on the young Lara Croft.
Gaming Heads is back and this time with something new for their Elder Scrolls license! While this is part of that license, it’s part of a brand new line, namely the Shrine Series.
A short while ago, you could get the old Fallout games (1, 2 & Tactics) for free on GOG.com, which I did of course. These Vault Boy bobble heads by Gaming Heads, while not free, were also something I just had to have.
The second in Gaming Head’s Left for Dead line finally makes its appearance! Say hello to the Smoker.