Half The Battle 

“Unveiling The Corps! Blade Warrior Sensei Kabuto: A Special Edition Review on Half The Battle”

On this special edition of Half The Battle, I take a look at The Corps! Blade Warrior Sensei Kabuto figure! Check out the full review in the player below and as always like share and subscribe to my YouTube channel if that’s your thing. Or share your thoughts in the comments below!

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Marvel Toys 

Unveiling Marvel What If Season 2 Hot Toys Figure – Iron Man’s Sakaar Altverse Suit!

A new Hot Toys collectible from Marvel’s What If Season 2 has been showcased today by Sideshow and Big Bad Toy Store. This figure explores an alternate storyline for Iron Man, placing him on Sakaar instead of the Hulk. The character dons a distinctive armor suit featuring vibrant orange and yellow colors unique to Sakaar. Priced at approximately $500 USD, this figure is set to ship in March 2025. Don’t miss out on the exclusive images and detailed information below. Secure yours now by clicking the links! Hot Toys Sakaarian…

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The Breaking News Report 

Good Smile Company Introduces Reissues and New Moderoid Robocop 3 Model Kit

Discover the latest releases from Good Smile Company as they bring back the iconic Hagane Works Robocop and Moderoid ED-209 Model Kit. In addition, they are introducing the highly anticipated Moderoid Robocop 3 Model Kit. Unlike its predecessor with a zinc alloy construction, the new Moderoid model kit boasts an all-plastic design. Each Robocop figure proudly stands at approximately 6.7 inches tall, while the imposing ED-209 measures at 7.9 inches. Diamond Comics has unveiled solicitations for all three remarkable items, and pre-orders are set to go live today. Anticipate the…

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Star Wars 

“Unveiling the Hot Toys Captain Rex Figure from Star Wars: Ahsoka Series”

Hot Toys presents the Star Wars: Ahsoka – Captain Rex Figure, a stunning collectible inspired by the live-action portrayal of the Clone Wars in the Ahsoka Series. This figure captures Captain Rex’s brief appearance during Ahsoka’s journey into her past through The Force. Standing at an impressive 11.8 inches tall, the Captain Rex 1/6 Scale Figure boasts 30 points of articulation for dynamic poses. Included with the figure are interchangeable Phase 1 and Phase 2 helmets and armor plates, two blaster pistols, a blaster rifle, a thermal detonator, and multiple…

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G.I. Joe Classified G.I.Joe 

“First Look Inside! Unveiling the 60th Infantry and Big Boa in G.I. Joe Classified Series with Exclusive In-Package Shots”

A sneak peek into the upcoming G.I. Joe Classified figures has emerged, showcasing in-package shots of the G.I. Joe 60th Anniversary line’s Action Soldier Infantry, a celebration of the brand’s birthday, and the real-life military Cobra’s Big Boa, complete with boxing gloves. Anticipated to hit shelves in early 2024, these figures suggest exciting developments in the production pipeline. Dive into the quick pics to catch a glimpse of what’s on the horizon.

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G.I.Joe 

G.I.Joe ‘Barbecue’ Discussion by Mitchell Smith!

Welcome to the Outpost. Today I’m taking a look at a great G.I.Joe character who was popular but kind of faded away. Barbecue is one of the awesome characters from the 1985 hey day. Growing up in a small town I knew lots of people that volunteered on the Fire department and eventually I would put in 5 years as a junior firefighter so it was cool to see Barbecue a part of the Joe team. I also had a 12 inch Firefighter Joe when I was young that was…

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Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith ‘General Grievous’ Figure!

Pre-Orders are now live for Sideshow Collectibles new General Grievous Sixth Scale Figure from Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith. General Grievous stands at 16″ tall, and includes a removable fabric cape, four Lightsabers with blades, four Lightsaber hilts, interchangeable regular and split arms, a blaster, an electro staff, and a figure base. Priced at $285, this offering is currently scheduled for release between June and august of this year. Check out more details and photos below and share your thoughts! Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith – General Grievous Sixth Scale…

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Half The Battle 

HALF THE BATTLE DISCUSSES THE G.I.JOE ‘COBRA BUGG’!

On this week’s all new episode of G.I.Joe Half The Battle,we take a look at the 1988 G.I.Joe ‘Cobra BUGG’! Check out this week’s video below then MAKE THE JUMP to the forum and join in the conversation. And as always be sure and subscribe to my YouTube channel for all my latest videos!

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G.I.Joe 

G.I.Joe ‘Crankcase’ Discussion By Mitchell Smith!

Welcome to the Outpost. Today I’m checking out one of my favorite G.I.Joe figures from 1985 Crankcase. First off he has a very unique name Elwood G. Indiana. So he has two all time great characters in his name. Indiana Jones and Elwood Blues. Really though his name came from cartoonist Elwood Smith and painter Rob Indiana. Crankcase came with one of the greatest Joe vehicles ever made and he has had 2 upgrades one in 2008 and one in 2020. Both upgrades look cool and I have some pictures…

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Half The Battle 

HALF THE BATTLE DISCUSSES ‘THE 7 WORST G.I.JOE SUB TEAMS’!

On this week’s all new episode of G.I.Joe Half The Battle,we take a look at the 7 WORST G.I.Joe subteams! Check out this week’s video below then MAKE THE JUMP to the forum and join in the conversation. And as always be sure and subscribe to my YouTube channel for all my latest videos!

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G.I.Joe 

G.I.Joe ‘Tripwire’ Discussion by Mitchell Smith!

Welcome to the Outpost. 1982 was a successful year for the launch of the new 3-3/4 inch line of the classic G.I. Joe 12 inch line. The world was changing and one of the greatest decades in our time was taking shape. The success of 1982 paved the road for the special crew who would create an unbelievable franchise over the decade. 1983 was a creative year and we got some awesome figures, characters, comics, and cartoons. I had very few of the early Joes but Tripwire was one of my favorite…

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G.I.Joe 

G.I.Joe ‘Baroness’ Discussion By Mitchell Smith!

Welcome to the Outpost. Today I’m getting into another long time G.I.Joe ‘Cobra‘ character and perhaps one of the most popular The Baroness. The Baroness has been a part of the franchise since as long as I can remember. Although her first figure came in 1984, I feel she was a part of the cartoon before that. She was the one that was always getting behind Joe lines in disguise. There was an intricate love triangle happening there and many Joes were seduced by her beauty over the years. I have the 1984 version of…

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G.I.Joe 

G.I.Joe ‘Invader’ Discussion By Mitchell Smith!

Welcome to the Outpost. Today I’m getting into the 1993 G.I.Joe Invader. The original Pogo Ballistic Battle Ball was interesting and I had one as a kid, but it didn’t really make a lot of sense. I guess that was an experimental time with maybe more the Joe vehicles LOL. This one went on the shelf and someone had an awesome vision and repurposed this vehicle into a spacecraft. This is a much more fitting profile for this vehicle. The vehicle had a nice new paint job and instead of this…

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G.I.Joe 

G.I.Joe ‘1990 Vehicles’ Discussion by Mitchell Smith!

Welcome to the Outpost. Where were you in 1990? I was 15 and my life was slowly changing. I had a job working in my local restaurant, I was playing sports, and I was starting to party. My G.I.Joes took a back seat. Much like my life the 1990 line up of vehicles was very much changing from the classic military vehicles we were used to. Although times were changing and a new era was starting 1990 still had a lot of cool vehicles. One of my favorite vehicles from this year…

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G.I.Joe 

G.I.Joe ‘1989 Vehicles’ Discussion by Mitchell Smith!

Welcome to the Outpost. Today I’m bringing the end of an era. G.I.Joe had reigned number 1 in 1980’s toys. The characters, figures, and vehicles left an impression so large that today there are millions of collectors. I think back of some of my favorite years such as 1985 and wonder where the time went. So many awesome figures and vehicles but the memories created with my brothers and friends and the people I have met in the collecting world is the reason I love G.I. Joe so much. 1989 was a…

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