Tuesday, April 13, 2021

Review: 6207 A-wing Fighter

I don't know what it is about the A-wing fighter that draws so much adoration and attention from yours truly. It's not on screen...

Review: Iron Man 3

Iron Man 3 is probably the most infuriating of the Marvel Cinematic Movies to watch as a fan of the comics, a fan of...
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Review: 9500 Sith Fury-Class Interceptor

Once upon a time (okay, until like a week ago), I was a Star Wars: The Old Republic (TOR) player. But life has a...

LEGO Star Wars Retro Review: 75003 A-Wing Starfighter

This review of 75003 A-Wing Starfighter may be a few years late, after all this set came out in.... ::checks the bottom of the...

Review: 6869 Quinjet Aerial Battle

Every once and a while, there comes a LEGO set I can’t put down. There is something about it that feels right, whether in...

Review: 7673 MagnaGuard Starfighter

Magma-wha? Manga guard? What does this have to do with anime? Oh, Magnaguard. Okay. On to this review business. The Magnaguard starfighter, or the Porax-38 Utapaun...

Review: 9492 TIE Fighter

If you’ve been collecting LEGO Star Wars since 1999 with any seriousness and/or obsessiveness, then there’s a good chance you have too many TIE...
Toy Story 7590 Box Set

Review: 7590 Woody and Buzz to the Rescue

Toy Story sets hold a special place in my heart. Not just because they capture one of my favorite movies, or come from the mighty Pixar, whose movies have set a standard that all animation, and even all movies, try to ascribe to. No, I love these sets because they created a sense of excitement in me that I hadn’t really felt since the first Star Wars sets hit. They are unique, and the first of the Disney line, capturing something that is already unique, and making it special.

Review: Pandemic: Hot Zone – North America

I really like playing Pandemic. One of the initial reasons I was drawn to it, not gonna lie, was the 10th Anniversary edition. It's...

Review: 76003 Superman – Battle of Smallville

When I watched Man of Steel, I was overwhelmed by the fact that somehow, a "small town" had that much stuff that could get...