i haven't visited /toy/ in years but i used to be pretty active here from 2010-2012 or so. is there anybody here from back then? i'm just curious if any of the people i remember still post here. there was a dude named "unstoppable bistro" and another guy i used to talk to named "kumakikai" or something like that.
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News: >Baselard preorders mostly sold out, otakumode still has them at least >Green Gourai still up at Koto's US webshop >MSG Gigantic Arms 01 includes an extra blank face for Gourai and new expression decals Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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What will Takara do with the Super God Masterforce characters in TR? I already know Cancer will be present just as an headmaster with Legends Shockwave Also TR Star Saber + Victory Leo when? Seacons when?
>>5691167 >smooth sculpts >pixel printing Nope. Try again. Either make them ridiculous blocky fuckers or make the whole thing an idealized version of the sprites, don't half ass it like this. It's never once looked good.
>that toy you had no idea what it was yet you played a lot with when you were a kid I used to have an armless Might Gaine KO I treated as a time-controlling villain since he looked kinda like a clocktower in robot mode. I lost it nearly at the climax of his arc, though, so I just went "lol time void" on it.
I had some old Shogun Warriors toys, including a 2-foot-tall Great "Mazinga" (Mazinger) and 3.5in "Dragun" (Getter Dragon), Gaiking, and Grendizer, that I played with extensively as a kid. I called the little ones Starman, Bull-Man, and Black Pearl, and pretended they combined, "Mighty Orbots" style, into Mazinga to fight monsters I made out of Fiddlestix (another old building toy line that made poseable monsters and vehicles).
I also had, in lieu of actual Transformers toys, Go-Bots and bootleg mechas from the local swap meet, with my Autobots... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Used to love transformers but there was this biplane I had that I never seen in the show, as the little shit I was I treated the show as lore, turned out to be a go-bot, he was "water walk", he was stranger than my other transformers and I somehow knew he wasn't an actual transformer just something that was able to convert.
Funny thing is the toy wasn't mine, in kindergarten some kid let me play with it, eventually he wanted it back after 20mins or something, I turned on the waterworks, and poof, it was mine, still have him, bit chipped, lost a wing... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
So, many of us are still waiting for our figures to come in but the scalpers have already popped up. I'm considering buying some since I'm impatient.
So what supporting props and gear do you guys have? Plan on taking your Mythic Legions out for a stroll or just pinning them to the wall? Whatever it is, share some pics! Those of us who haven't gotten ours yet definitely want to see them in action!
If anyone has Gothitropolis or 7th Kingdom figures, comparison pictures would be appreciated!
>>5673375 I had held on to my Revoltech skeletons, thinking they would be fine as additions to this line but pictures like this easily convince me that I just need to shift completely to Mythic Legion skeletons.
Mattel said 2 years ago they were going to do a proper 6" line, and they never followed through.
I'm fucking sick of any movie merch. I don't even give a shit about the original movie figures. I want cartoon Janine, not Annie Potts looking like a guy. Mattel's actor likenesses are shit and DST is too little, too late on the market.
Those Mego figures didn't count. They didn't even have bicep swivels to hold their wands properly, and Mego was never good.
My niece got this plush at Kumoricon last year. Unfortunately her dog got a hold of it. But I cannot find it on the Internet anywhere to buy her a new one. Does anybody have any idea where I can find one? I think it is a Vulpix or a Ninetails.
>LEGO, the popular Danish maker of children's construction toys, has steadily included more weapons and violent imagery in their products over the past 30 years, according to a new study.
>LEGO, which was founded in 1949, first issued weapons in 1978 with a castle kit that included swords, axes and lances, according to the study by researchers at the University of Canterbury in New Zealand and published in the latest issue of the journal PLOS ONE.
>But the inclusion of violent... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
They're only as violent as the kids who play with them. Did my lego men crush each other's bones with a giant mallet? Yeah, but I didn't get a giant mallet piece. I made it myself. (Two 2x2 cylinder on a 1x1 multistud attached to a bar)
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