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Welcome to my Marvel Action Figure Reviews page.
Find out what other collectors and fans think about the latest Marvel figures and collectibles.
Here I have collected together as many reviews as I can on the thousands of Marvel figures and Marvel Legends action figures available to help you decide which to spend your hard earnt cash on.
In order to give you as wide a selection as possible I am continously scouring the net looking for imformative, interesting and helpful Marvel figure reviews to list here for you.
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Emma Frost by Kotobukiya Review
Although the color scheme is simple, Kotobukiya opted for a pearlescent white paint which looks very cool. I also like the design of the base, but it was one place where they obviously cut costs---it's just a...Emma Frost by Kotobukiya Review
Savage Frost Giant and Loki from Marvel Universe
When I opened it up I thought for sure that Hasbro had read my Galactus review, everything that I hated about Galactus has been fixed in this figure.
The Frost Giant is a brand new sculpt, no recycled parts from some of the other previously released figures.
He looks fantastic! The fur detail is wonderful, as is the damage and weathering sculpted into the chest plate.
I particularly love the head sculpt; he looks stupid and ready to eat Asgardians.
The helmet is beautiful, the horns have some nice grain work sculpted in, the bone of the skull looks like a fresh kill.
Marvel Legends Showdown: Reed Richards and Moleman Review
Although Hasbro has had a fair amount of success with it's Marvel Universe 4 inch line of toys, they were not the first to venture into that scale for Marvel. Many people pretty much believe that MU is the first 3 3/4 Marvel line, but ToyBiz actually did it first. With their game/toy Superhero Showdown. The line was eventually renamed Marvel Legends Showdown, in an attempt to bring it closer to the line that inspired it. Today we're looking at Reed Richards and the Moleman who were in one of the various starter packs...Marvel Legends Showdown: Reed Richards and Moleman Review
Red Skull Figure Review
The head sculpt is pretty good, at least from what I can tell from the limited images of the movie version of the character. If anything, it might be a little too skull like. There's a ...Red Skull figure review
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