Monday, 6 December 2010

Cyberman (Tomb of the Cybermen)

A Cyberman from the classic 2nd Doctor story Tomb of the Cybermen.

9th Doctor

The 9th Doctor as portrayed by Christopher Eccleston.

Megablocks Master Chief

This is the regular Megblocks Master Chief. He is slightly bigger than a Lego Minifig. The weapons he came with were somewhat poor so I've equipped him with some weapons from Brickarms.

Magnetic Master Chief

Another Master Chief, this time from the range of large magnetic figures from Megablocks.

Master Chief

The Master Chief from Halo.

Movie Scorpion

I have made a replacement robe for him.

Saturday, 2 October 2010

Infinite Concepts Sub Zero

This is Sub Zero from the Infinite Concepts Mortal Kombat line. He has quite a dynamic sculpt that I rather like.

Wednesday, 29 September 2010


This is Goro as he appeared in Mortal Kombat Deception.

Shaolin Monks Scorpion

This is Scorpion as he appeared in the game Shaolin Monks.

Toy Island Scorpion

The curious thing about Scorpion from Toy Island's Mortal Kombat Trilogy line is that he has exactly the same sculpt and articulation as the earlier Hasbro Scorpion but in a larger size. He also has peg holes in his feet the same size as Hasbro figures.

The paint work seems to be lower quality though. Note how the skin color on the face doesn't match the arms. You could argue that the since the face is a mask that covers a skull that this is authentic.

Tuesday, 28 September 2010

Mortal Kombat Collection

Here for your enjoyment is my whole Mortal Kombat Collection.


This is Scorpion from the Mortal Kombat movie line. He originally came with a soft good coat which is why his paint scheme is quite simple.

Here is a screenshot from the movie for comparison. I'm assuming that the reason that th face mask on the figure is blue is to suggest the metal mask seen in the movie.

Monday, 20 September 2010

Nemisis Picard

Star Trek Nemesis gets no love.For the record I loved it and didn't understand what I was reading on the Internet.

This is Captain Picard from the short lived Nemesis line. This uniform appeared in First Contact, Insurrection and Nemesis. The figure is a nice sculpt as one would expect from Art Asylum. They have cut some corners with articulation meaning that the figure doesn't have bicep swivels (aka kung-fu action grip). He was also shortchanged on the accessories front coming equipped only with a Padd.


This is R2A6 from the Star Wars Episode I line. While not obvious from this picture he is part of the 12" line.

This is my first Star Wars post which was a bit of a surprise to me since Star Wars has always been something of a passion for me.

The Episode I line had some problems with it. I think it was a bit unfocused in terms of character selection and a bunch of the figures that I wanted the most only appeared in later waves that pretty much never showed up at retail.

I do remember seeing R2A6 in shops. At the time I had no interest in the 12" line. Later when I started getting 12" figures I picked him up off ebay. R2A6 is well sculpted and is articulated in all of the right places. Recommended.

Sunday, 19 September 2010

Amok Time Kirk

This is Kirk as he appeared in the classic episode Amok Time. He came in a two pack with Spock. Both came equipped with the iconic Lirpa Vulcan weapon. Also included was gong and small hammer.

This was another ebay acquisition. This pack comes very highly recommended by me.