Coming this summer from Bandai's SH Monsterarts line comes another Godzilla, this time based on his 1995 appearance in the film "Godzilla vs Destroyah".
With Destrayah already released a while ago, this will be the perfect addition to complete your display-- not to mention that this is an awesome version of Godzilla, with all the right mix of classic Godzilla and his more updated [Japanese] movie appearances.
Just when I thought I was finally going to be able to take myself to bed (it's 4:30 AM here at the moment), I came across some more news that I just had to bring you guys-- namely Hot Toys' unveiling of their Winter Soldier figure.
This is now the 3rd figure in just as many weeks that Hot Toys has shown us for this film. From what I know, there are still two more to go: Steve Rogers in his SHIELD uniform and The Falcon.
The Winter Solider looks pretty damned good. I'm not quite sure how I feel about how they created his metal arm... I guess I was expecting something more cool and [shiny] metallic looking.
I'm really, really looking forward to this movie. Cap is my favorite Marvel hero and this film looks to the most directly related to the Avengers film.
He's set for a February 2015 release for a hefty $239.99
I just bought this game and am up to the point where I have my first encounter with Deathstroke-- and he is kicking my ass. (In fact, as soon as I finish this post, I'm going to make another attempt at getting past him.)
I used to own Play Arts' figures from Arkham City, but I recently sold them. There's just something about Play Arts figures that look good, but just don't display or play well to me.
First off, I don't like the scale. They're just too big. The joints are also too clunky and the figures never, ever stand on their own. Every day they'd shelf dive to the floor under their own weight.
I keep waiting for them to reach the level of quality that their prices suggest that they're at, but I haven't seen it just yet. That being said, these figures do look hella impressive. That Deathstroke could be the best looking Deathstroke figure ever produced thus far. Looking at him here, he has a very Metal Gear Solid feel to him, doesn't he? (Nothing wrong with that, though!)
Batman also looks good, but I never liked Play Arts' capes. They're too huge and stiff and make posing the figure almost impossible.
Alright, enough ragging on Play Arts, I'll just show you the figures and you can make your own judgement.
These will be out sometime late summer/early fall for Play Arts new (and ridiculous) price of $99.99 each.