These are just awesome!
Monday, October 28, 2013
Sunday, October 27, 2013
I seem to remember that huge viking like guy in Tangled collecting mini unicorns? These plastic ponies are made with the finest of glowy bright gunk. Looks good spinning under a black light in the second half of video.
Friday, October 25, 2013
I am expanding my territory into these addictive little blind packs with Littlest Pet Shop. Maybe this way my kiddo will steal these off my desk, verses my Power Ranger MegaBloks.
Thursday, October 24, 2013
Wednesday, October 23, 2013
Saturday, October 19, 2013
We have a new Walmart in town, that is still pretty quite as its new (much better that the old Walmart where the hookers come out after 10pm). I had great picks to some Turtle bad guys, with Spider Bytes jumping out practically in my face. I wanted to get a good assortment of bad guys to attack my Turtles and I think these three are just perfect.
Thursday, October 17, 2013
Next on the blind Mystery bag circuit are World of Warcraft Minifigures. The last Warcraft game I played was Warcraft 2 back in '96 I think, but I really like the variety of characters these blind bags give out. They might even work as foes for my Power Rangers. They build nicely, and are way more than your average block figure, more like a mini action figure.
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Tuesday, October 08, 2013
I got a nice opportunity at an early release of some new MiniKins Mini Figures, or Garbage Pail Kids minis. Sized like a squinkie, these guys are crude and gross as always. There are 26 available, but in painted and several other solid color forms. Stickers are included as well.
Friday, October 04, 2013
These are not mine, they belong to my 21 month old. She has already EZ-Cheesed poor Daniel. We watch the show pretty much all hours of the day. The show is actually not bad, nicely animated, catchy songs, and is full of good learning time stories. Its weird to watch if you grew up with Fred's stuff, its loaded with all sorts of old show stuff. Good toys for kids, easy to hold, look great.
Thursday, October 03, 2013
I reloaded the Cable TV this fall for football season, and was finally able to see what this 'Duck Dynasty' is all about. Having a friend who makes high end Duck calls, also made me interested in the show. From seeing several episodes now, its pretty decent, but obviously scripted. I enjoy some of the quotes, and some of the antics of Jace, even though they are probably forced. So Walmart has obviously sponsored everything they can think of, and they even went as far as action figures for there Adventure Wheels toys. At $4.99 each, they are pretty cheap compared to everything else. I like them, as I can use them for both Duck Dynasty, and for mountain men warriors.