Toying Around: Baby Huey's 2016 Top Ten

Toying Around 2016 Top Ten

So another year has come and gone, its crazy to think that its been a year already of me doing toy reviews here at Fireside and i wouldn't be doing this if not for all of you so thank you! So sit back and take a look at my personal TOP TEN from all the figures i reviewed this past year

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#10

In the number ten spot i have 3.5 inch Captain America with Bike from the Civil War movie. He is on the list for a few different reasons. First reason its Captain America on a bike, i mean C'mon! The second reason is a little more personal, This is the figure review i put up the day my father passed away, so he will forever be linked for me to that day.

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#9

Coming in at the number nine spot is the Collect and Connect Justice Buster. For a figure of this size he has a decent amount of articulation, and is a lot of fun to pose

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#8

Number 8 we have good old Spider-Gwen. For me she was really hard to track down, but i am so happy i found her. You can get her into some nice poses and the extra Gwen head with a extra piece to make it look like the hoodie is down was a very nice touch.

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#7

Iron Man comes in at number seven. This is the Iron Man mark 46 from the Civil War line. Iron man has a lot of articulation but the way the armor on the shoulders it limits the amount of range you can get with him, if that was different he would be higher on the list

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#6

At number six we have the Astral form for Doctor Strange. Now Hasbro has done other Astral forms before, but this one came out really nice. The pearl white they used with just a little hint of blue really makes it look like he is in an astral form from the movie and the comics

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#5

Batman comes in at number five. This Batman is from the Batman v Superman line, he is also the 1st figure i reviewed this year. Both he and Superman kicked off Toying Around! Now Mattel is known for not having a ton of articulation with figures but i really think they did a good job with him. The amount of detail they put in to the suit and the cowl really makes him stand out

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#4

Civil War Spider-Man comes in at number four! We finally have a Spider-Man inside the MCU! He was great in Civil War and the figure itself is an awesome figure. It has been said that Hasbro only had a short amount of time to get the figure from paper to plastic so that is why he isn't as screen accurate as he could be. My only real issue is on how dark they made the figure. If he was a little brighter he would be perfect to me

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#3

My boy Raphael from the Wal-Mart Classic Collection comes in at number three. This figure has so much articulation and extra stuff like heads and accessories its crazy! My only real complaint on the figure is on how they made the hands, now while it is nice to be able to have all three fingers move, it kinda hurts how tightly the figure can hold the weapons

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#2

Number two we have Green Lantern from the Icons collection! For me this figure fits in perfectly with any other DC movie type figure. He also comes with a butt load of accessories that's its not even funny! Tons of articulation and all around an awesome figure!

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Honorable Mention

For honorable mention i have two, first is the Spider-Man Noir from the 4 inch Marvel Legends line. Not only does he have a lot of articulation but this verison of Spider-Man is such a bad ass so its nice to have him. side note: he doesnt come with a jacket that he wears in the comic so i added a MCU Nick Fury jacket to him.

Second is The Joker from the End Game story line. now while you can get him into a lot of different positions its just something about him that throws me off enough to not put him in my top ten.  

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#1

Now, if anyone really knows me they must have known what my Number One would have been! The Green Ranger from the Power Ranger Legacy Line. I flat out love this figure so much. my only complaint about him is how Bandai made the ball joints for the wrists. i feel it takes away from the figure a little and makes the arm area look a little longer then it needs to be. That aside it is a small complaint on a otherwise amazing looking figure! He comes with his dragon dagger and also the Sword of Darkness, something we have never got before in toy form. 

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So that wraps it up, My Top Ten from this my first year doing Toy Reviews, again thank you so much toe everyone that supported me this past year and look foward to doing it all again in 2017

~Baby Huey