That’s right! Our double main man Joe is this week’s guest on WrassleRap a podcast that meshes pro wrestling with hip hop where he talks about action figure collecting, adult encounters and, obviously, his wrestling career. Check it out on Spotify or Apple Podcasts or simply press play here!
Check out this new unboxing video where Joe discusses the 1992 trade of David Cone from the New York Mets to the Toronto Blue Jays while unboxing Kenner Starting Lineup figures!
Super7 has been killing the game with their reaction figures featuring all sorts of known properties and now they’ve expanded into MLB Mascots! Check out this video of me opening up the first three: Mr. Met, Phillie Phanatic and Crazy Crab! Take a watch, drop a like and subscribe to the channel to see all future videos!
Hey everyone! I recently got a full Wave 1 of the Savage World ThunderCats figures made by Funko and decided to try my hand at an unboxing video! It’s my first one so be polite, but check it out, subscribe to the channel for future videos and share with your friends if you’re into it. Thanks for watching!
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As discussed in Ep. 18 “Freddy or Jason”, I’m a huge fan of “The Golden Girls”. I used to watch it with my grandma and even have the collector’s set DVDs. I still love it and think the humor holds up pretty well.
So it was of no surprise that when Funko announced a series of POP Vinyl figures based on the show, I was all over it.
I pre-ordered these beauties immediately and even kept a space clear in my apartment for their impending arrival. They’re amazing.
A little bit after that announcement, there came another one containing the news of a special New York Comic Con exclusive of our beloved ladies done in the fashion of ReAction figures.
Supposedly, this pack became the hot toy of Comic Con and none of the people I knew who were attending were able to grab it for me. This has now gone on to be an eBay nightmare with some closing in on $200. I love the Golden Girls and would love to have figures in the same scale as the Super7 Masters of the Universe, but c’mon now. That shit is banana town.
So yeah, this is what I was getting so upset about. I have no idea why all these people decided to jump on the Golden Girl bandwagon that I’ve been driving for decades. Hey, fugazi fans: stop ruining shit for the rest of us!
At least this sweet t-shirt was waiting in my mailbox when I got home:
Based on the wonderfulness that is this clip, obvi:
Just had to get this all out. Thanks for listening.
On this week’s episode, we spoke about some of the top toys from 1986 including the WWF Superstars line which was made by LJN. These figures were made of thick rubber and were heavy AF. They definitely caused a shit ton of damage when used as a projectile. Although they lacked points of articulation, they were awesomely detailed for the time and featured a great depth of characters from the time. Still sought after by collectors, the line has seen its value jump significantly over the past few years as more people search for a dwindling supply.
Here’s a commercial promoting one of the earlier series of the line.