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  “This is all about the chair, isn’t it?” – Hagop’s Girlfriend In the latest installment, my girlfriend reviews the DC Club Infinite Earths exclusive Metron figure, by Mattel.

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Today we’re happy to bring you a first-look review of the Batman Mega Mini Kits from Running Press, including the Bat-Signal and Batmobile! Click, to read on!

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 “Why don’t you love me, Terrax? I bought your shampoo!” – Hagop’s Girlfriend A broken finger isn’t enough to keep my girlfriend from reviewing the most anticipated action figure line of 2012.  Hasbro’s Marvel Legends 6″ figures have landed in the retail aisles, and my lady has taped up her proximal phalanges and is ready […]

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“I would say you could get rid of all your other superheroes because this is the zenith of action figures. It will never be better than this. This guy wins the award.” -Hagop’s Girlfriend My girlfriend is back with another review. Today, she takes a look over the DC Universe Classics Legion of Superheroes 12-pack […]

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  What kind of battles are you going to have with this guy? Is it like, “ooooohh, my real estate office…”, “ooohhh, I’m a hospital administrator”? -Hagop’s Girlfriend It’s time for another review by my girlfriend. Today she lends her singular perspective to Mattel’s new Batman Legacy 2-pack featuring Prototype Suit Batman and Lt. Jim […]

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“I bet that we would be best friends, if I was a Green Lantern. ‘Cause we’d go to karaoke all the time.” -Hagop’s Girlfriend My girlfriend has a singular perspective on my action figure collection, and so I recently asked her to review the new Gigantic Battles Goliath and Clor set. Due to popular demand, […]

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  When he is small, does he put on a giant outfit and then grow into it? – Hagop’s Girlfriend When Hasbro revealed its latest Gigantic Battles sets awhile back, I knew I had to have the Bill Foster Goliath figure. He’s one of my favorite Marvel legacy characters, and I was excited to add […]

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