Luke’s mother-in-law, Martha Boyd, is the special guest in this bonus podcast, as she tells tales of her time as the rare police-woman in the 1970s-LAPD, her belief in UFOs and her own proclivities for collecting and keeping toys MIB.
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Does anyone else feel like Stan Lee gets the short end of the stick here, as the only one to be depicted looking his actual age?
Whether you’ve been following us on Twitter or just read this morning’s Best-of list, chances are there are a whole lot of new toy reveals you haven’t seen.
This week, Martha answers the eternal question of why cops like donuts so much.
Hey, with great licenses comes a great responsibility, and getting the classic cinematic Uncle Ben into plastic, even as a DC character, is time well spent.
NECA’s 18-inch figures are practically a line unto themselves, and one of my favorite ones to collect.
Shouldn’t they have moved on this before the 1966 Batman TV rights were settled?
Di-a-bolical. And, I must say, a far less interesting way to dodge likeness rights than NECA pulled off.
Buying toys as presents for a toy collector is hard. Believe me, I know, because I’m the recipient very often – and the truth is that unless the buyer is a fellow collector and we communicate often about what we like, it is tough to get me something I don’t already have.
How does the famous 1966 Batman TV series look in high definition? Find out with this in-depth unboxing and review of the crime-fighting, caped-crusadering, Batusi-doing television classic!