The Marvel super Hero Mashers line has to be one of the weirdest concepts Hasbro has put out there in quite a while. The idea of mixing and matching pieces from several of the more iconic Marvel superheroes to form a hybrid is one that at first sight may appeal mostly to the youngest of children.
Seem like when I was a kid, everyone had some sort of toy rocket. Astronaut stuff was everywhere. I miss that.
Droids and aliens are just a couple of the things you can count on Hasbro doing right, when it comes to Star Wars action figures. We have seen them make toys out of incomplete puppets seen briefly in crowd scenes, from way back in the Original Trilogy days.
I read recently that if a giraffe drank a cup of coffee, it would be cold by the time it got to the bottom of its’ neck. Why would we need to know this?
The AFB Podcast Episode 209: Toy Fair News Part 2 / NECA Dog Alien / Bishoujo Black Canary / Walking Dead Hospital Doors
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This week we tackle the second half of our armchair coverage of the 2016 Toy Fair News, and then we run through three great new Toys of the Week;
- NECA Aliens Series 3 Dog Alien
- Kotobukiya Bishoujo Black Canary
- McFarlane Toys Walking Dead Hospital Doors Building Set
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