Posts tagged Field Report
Yipee-kai-yay, Mr. Falcon! Sometimes, a toy run surprises you. I called an audible on a trip where I was actually flying solo for a change and swung in to Toys ‘R’ Us even though I wasn’t really looking for anything. Imagine my surprise when, after all their post-Christmas More >
Even though I never had it as a kid (or even knew about since this was back in the days before the Internet), I’ve always thought the Wolverine was a pretty cool Joe vehicle. Hailing from 1983, the Wolverine had a very realistic military design, yet since it was an “armored missile More >
Growing up, I always loved the small Joe and Cobra vehicles. As much as I loved opening my Thunderclap when I got it for Christmas and playing with it a lot in some pretty epic battles, vehicles like the Cobra Pogo and the Joe Locust saw a lot more play time just because they were More >
Much like Ultimate Cobra Commander, I wasn’t 100% sure I needed an Ultimate Storm Shadow based on his original look. First of all, like Cobra Commander, that look kind of got done to death during the 25th Anniversary line. Secondly, I’ve always had a lot stronger attachment to his More >
It seems like one figure in every wave manages to completely blow the doors off the hinges and showcases just what Hasbro can really do and why the Joe line is still the best 3 ¾” (okay, closer to 4” or 4 ½” these days) action figure line currently on the shelves. What makes More >
KansasBrawler’s Field Report for this week is Tactical Ninja Airborne. I’ve often wondered about the merits of tactical vs. strategic ninjas, but that’s a conversation for another time. In the meantime, check out Airborne right here.
I now have Fridays off thanks to the prolific KansasBrawler. He’s going to be providing weekly Field Reports on Fridays. What will I do with all that extra time? Maybe I can start another daily blog. Anyway, check out KB’s first regular entry, the Dollar General Snake Eyes, right More >
Battle Kata Roadblock falls under the gaze of the prolific KansasBrawler in his latest Field Report. Watch out for tiny knife blades while you check it out here.