Toy review roundup

Jeff Parker reviews the Hot Toys Appleseed Saga Ex Machina ES.W.A.T. Team Deunan Knute, Briareos Hechatonchires, Tereus, Manuel Aeacus, Rhoetus and Bonus Parts Figure Landmate 1/20-scale trading kits. Excerpt: “… they’re every bit as solid as small Hasbro figures and have a lot more articulation than most.” (See also.)

Artemis reviews the DC Direct All Star Super Lois figure. Excerpt: “… she’s worth a look …”

Thomas Wheeler reviews the Mattel Justice League Unlimited Lex Luthor and Mirror Master single carded figures. Excerpt: “(Re: Lex Luthor) The headsculpt is excellent, and the design of the costume is appropriately menacing, and the accessory is a cool addition.”

yo go re reviews the Hasbro Marvel Legends Hulk Series Build-a-Figure Fin Fang Foom figure from the Hulk vs. Fin Fang Foom San Diego Comic Con exclusive box set. Excerpt: “… a sizeable monster who will tower over the rest of your Marvel Legends.” (See also.)

Jess Horsley reviews the Hot Toys Alien versus Predator She Predator Machiko 1/6- scale figure. Excerpt: “At $160, Machiko’s not a cheap date.” (See also.)

Updatedude reviews the Hasbro Transformers Universe G1 Series Airazor figure from the Superion set. Excerpt: “… an all round solid figure …”

C.J. Stunkard reviews the Hasbro GI Joe 25th Anniversary Comic Pack 21B Snake Eyes and Storm Shadow two-pack. Excerpt: “… you’re paying for the Snake Eyes, plain and simple. Luckily, he’s completely worth every penny.” (See also.)

“Pixel Dan” Eardley reviews the Jazwares Sonic Unleashed Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles “Tails” Prowler and Knuckles the Echidna Toys ‘R’ Us exclusive figures. Excerpt: “… they are a little pricey for what they are …”

Retro reviews

Steve Pietrangelo reviews the Mattel DC Superheroes Two-Face figure. Excerpt: “… a decent toy with a great looking head sculpt.”

Erin Snyder reviews the DC Direct Batman Hush Ra’s al Ghul figure. Excerpt: “Unless Ra’s is your all time favorite Batman villian, he’s just not worth it.”

Leonardo Flores reviews the Hasbro G.I. Joe Snake Eyes (1982 version) figure. Excerpt: “… still top notch.” (See also.)

Mike reviews the Hasbro G.I. Joe Viper (1994 version) figure. Excerpt: “… a prime example of unfullfilled potential on a great mold from the line’s final years.” (See also.)