Are you Jonesing for some Avengers? Can’t wait to plop your butt down in that seat this upcoming weekend and watch Loki and Earth’s Mightiest Heroes do battle? Or maybe you just want to explore a bit more of the other interpretations that The Avengers have had over the years. Either way Netflix totally has you covered. The majority of what Marvel is offering on Netflix right now is their animated features they made in partnership with Lionsgate. Sadly these can be pretty hit or miss but there are a few other items that make me squee like a little girl who just saw Justin Bieber. We’ll give you the full run down. Read on.
What’s not to like about a skeleton with a massive afro?
Sure, it’s only 10 seconds, but it’s sure as hell still worth watching. We’ll post up the full spot after it airs this Sunday. For now, check out those flying motorcycle riders after the break.
Today, at last, we have my favorite figure of the bunch – Franky the Cyborg, who is both massive and incredibly, incredibly cool.
Week 7 means girl number 2 of the Strawhat Pirates: Nico Robin. She’s the third oldest on the crew and the second hottest, and her New World figure comes with a mostly high quality build but also a few annoying flaws.
For this week’s figure review, we have Chopper, the smallest and least human (so far) member of the crew. He’s also the cheapest, clocking in at around 15 bucks give or take, which means that it’s an incredibly easy purchase to make.
In today’s edition of the Figuarts Zero Figure review series, we have Sanji – with multiple heads, multiple hands, and multiple cigarettes.
Today, for the first figure review of 2012, we have Usopp – the once
I’m just going to go ahead and assume that (primarily due to the gigantic bust size) Nami is one of the most purchased One Piece figures next to Chopper (who wins due to his cuteness factor) so it’s a good thing that both her boobs and the rest of her take after her manga likeness quite well. Read on for a ton of pictures, a bit of editorial / review, and a look at what (or who) is coming next week in this Figuarts Zero Figure Review series.
Week 2 of my first figure review series means that we get a close up look at Roronoa Zoro, former bounty hunter, current and perpetual badass, and another very cool release from Bandai in their Figuarts Zero line.
See part one of this figure review series (Monkey D. Luffy) here.