Toy Fair 2019 – Super7 – Transformers

Want to get my attention?  Show me Transformers that look like Action Masters!  These ReAction figures look like the 2019 update of the original G1 action figure line up, and I can’t wait to see these in person!  The intent of the Action Masters was to provide cartoon styled poseable action figures, and these seem to do the same.  Granted, we don’t have transforming weapons/partners like we did with the Action Masters; something tells me Hasbro wouldn’t like that.  I’m kind of reminded by the Heroes of Cybertron vinyl figure line from fifteen years ago, but these look to be

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Toy Fair 2019 – Super7 – ReAction Figures

Super7’s ReAction Figures to me are kind of like Funko — you never know what license might pop up.  I mean, for goodness sake, we’re getting Rocky IV figures — including the robot!  Beavis and Butthead, Street Fighter 2, Pee-Wee’s Playhouse, Robocop, Teen Wolf, baseball, Metropolis… it’s amazing the diversity! So getting that robot and displaying it next to my Rocky IV soundtrack by Vince DiCola…. Pictures by Steve and Penelope Kushnir

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Toy Fair 2019 – Super7 – Masters of the Universe

When Super7 announced they had gotten the Masters of the Universe license from Mattel, the fandom was split.  Mattel giving up their own creation? Would Super7 screw it up? And then there were some who said that Mattel had screwed it up, this could only be better. Truth be told, I don’t know if Super7 is doing a better job than Mattel or not.  What I do know is that MOTU fans are getting new toys this year, and that’s a good thing.  From classic style to ReAction figures, to a new frigging Space Mountain — well, that’s all good!

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Why the Funko/Super7 Partnership is Big

On Monday, Adam Pawlus tweeted the following information: Super 7 Retro expanding http://t.co/F49NnB5lgK Aliens, Terminator, BTTF, Bill & Ted, Buffy, Firefly, everything you love (not Star Wars) — Adam Pawlus (@Adam16bit) September 2, 2013 Basically, Funko and Super7 are expanding their ReAction line retro-styled action figures, and there are reports that this will include┬átons of new properties, including “Firefly,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” Back to the Future, and more. I retweeted Adam’s tweet with the comment, “This is big.” I meant it. Assuming this list of properties is true, this is huge, massive, ginormous news. This opens the door for

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