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Transformers MP44 Optimus Prime v.3
posted on 09 Sep 2019

Takara throw everything but the kitchen sink into this £365 behemoth of a 'bot. Does the gamble pay off, or have third party companies stolen their thunder?

Gundam SEED Aile Strike Metal Build Review
posted on 05 Jul 2019

Getting my lucky mitts on this most elusive of Gundam Metal Build premium figures!

Best Toy Photos 2018
posted on 13 Jan 2019

2018 was a fantastic year for toy photography, as I managed to make the use of my professional cameras for hobby purposes. Here are my favourites from last year.

Playing with Legends
posted on 29 Sep 2018

When it comes to Transformer toys, both official and third party, small is the new big thing.

Winter Wonder Festival 2018
posted on 07 Jul 2018

Wonder Festival is one of the most amazing toy and figure shows on the planet - here's my favourite photographs from the event, which I was lucky enough to attend. Enjoy early looks at anime figures, mecha and Transformers!

JAXA Gallery
posted on 29 May 2018

In February, I was fortunate enough to visit the Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA). Here are a few pictures showcasing just what you'll get to see if you visit this amazing working space agency!

Seoul Robot Museum Photo Gallery
posted on 21 May 2018

A wonderful museum with 5 floors of collectable statues, model kits and toys from famous franchises around the world. Look on start drooling, this is nerdvana incarnate!

Fanstoys Rouge (Transformers Arcee) Gallery
posted on 20 May 2018

The latest in Fanstoys accurate Generation One unoffical Transformers, is Rouge (aka Arcee) the long awaited definitive take on the character?

Exploring Tokyo Disney Sea
posted on 20 May 2018

Tokyo Disney Sea is touted as one of Tokyo's major hotspots for dates and local children, but can you enjoy the park as a tourist armed with only a little local language and a lot of excitement? 

Macross Hi Metal R Gallery
posted on 20 May 2018

It's time for Bandai's Hi Metal R to walk into the spotlight. This amazing series of toys is highly detailed, fully transformable and fully articulated.