Monthly Archives: March 2015

Mattel | WWE Defining Moments | Bret “Hitman” Hart

It's time for Wrestlemania, and what better way to celebrate by taking a look at the best there is, the best there was, and the best there ever will be. He is the Excellence of Execution, one of the greatest of all time, he is the one and only Bret "Hitman" Hart. He is #1A for me, standing next to Stone Cold Steve Austin, and when it comes to being a technical wrestler, I think Bret is the greatest ever. Continue Reading

Bandai | S.H. Figuarts | Kamen Rider Amazon

I never got to watch Kamen Rider Amazon until I lived in Japan in 2004-2005. A friend of mine was kind enough to let me see the series and it was strange to watch to say the least. He's not my favorite Kamen Rider, and feels like the odd man out a lot of times. This might be because unlike his predecessors, his motif is of a piranha and not of a bug. He's very interesting indeed. Continue Reading

Hot Toys | The Dark Knight | Batman

I'm a huge fan of Batman. I am by no means an expert, but the character resonated with me even when I was 3 years old and watching the Superfriends. I fondly remember saving his pages for last in my coloring books. I even remember watching the campy TV program at my grandparents' house. He was THE character I grew up with, even if I didn't know about his dark origins. He was just so cool. It was the Hot Toys Batman figures that really got me involved in the 1/6 scale figures. I think it's fairly obvious I hold this figure as one of my prized figures. Continue Reading

Mattel | WWE Legends | Stone Cold Steve Austin

Oh, give me a hell yeah! It's that time of year, the road to Wrestlemania and what better way to celebrate than to take a look at arguably one of the Greatest of All Time - Stone Cold Steve Austin. He helped catapult professional wrestling to new heights in the late 90's and is the undisputed icon of the famous WWF Attitude Era. So with a two bird salute, I take a look at my favorite wrestler. What? I said he's my favorite wrestler, and that's the bottom line. Continue Reading