FigureFrenzy 296 Acrocanthosaurus, Redfin, Sea Lion, Wolverine

We’re going all over the place today! The only thing that unites them is that I have them all…let’s go! Nayab/FUL/Lontic Sea Lions First off, we have a trio of small Sea Lion figures from the usual general-purpose company of Nayab/Lontic/FUL whatever maker/distributor it is. Once again, we have a a large and small set,Continue reading “FigureFrenzy 296 Acrocanthosaurus, Redfin, Sea Lion, Wolverine”

FigureFrenzy 295 Aye-Aye, Beipiaosaurus, Chuckwalla, Lobsters

We’re just going all over the place this time. Kind of a little of this, a little of that. Sometimes things are really, really random! Nayab/FUL/Lontic Lobsters and Spiny Lobster I’m going to start with a trio of crustaceans that, I think, are all from the same company (Lontic, Nayab, FUL, whatever…) The style isContinue reading “FigureFrenzy 295 Aye-Aye, Beipiaosaurus, Chuckwalla, Lobsters”

FigureFrenzy 294 Megalosaurus, Amargasaurus, Moeritherium, Woolly Rhino

It’s all prehistoric megafauna today! From the Jurassic to the Pleistocene. As far as the figures, well…one if them is really nice. One of them is very okay. Two of them are very basic but ones that are probably pretty easy to get! Wild Republic/Imperial/random ‘Megalosaurus’ Our first figure is actually several versions of theContinue reading “FigureFrenzy 294 Megalosaurus, Amargasaurus, Moeritherium, Woolly Rhino”

FigureFrenzy 293 Pike, Salmon, Reef shark, White shark

It’s been a while, but we’re going all fish today! A couple of sharks, and a couple of freshwater fish, both Protacanthopterygiians (and also both from Replica Toy Fish). Overall a good day for fish. FameMaster Great White Shark We’re going to start with the biggest fish (although not biggest figure) but the one withContinue reading “FigureFrenzy 293 Pike, Salmon, Reef shark, White shark”

FigureFocus 292 Invicta Plastics Pliosaur (Liopleurodon) Painted

Well, today is a sort of classic figure, possibly from the first ‘museum quality’ dinosaur line out there. The line is of course the Invicta Prehistoric models made for the Natural History Museum (referred to as the British Museum of Natural History at the time). Overall, it is a line of figures, I believe mostlyContinue reading “FigureFocus 292 Invicta Plastics Pliosaur (Liopleurodon) Painted”