So, we find ourselves locked in a war that never should have been. Rather than editorialize, we at OAFE will say only that we hope for a swift resolution with a minimal loss of innocent lives.
We begin with last week's preview: the giant rotocast Hulk figure. There's even a brief explanation on the history of rotocasting; never let it be said that the OAFEs don't expand your horizons. http://www.oafe.net/yo/rotohulk.html
"Dark Angel" may have long ago passed from the airwaves, but the toys are still fairly new. Check out Jessica Alba's tinier, more plastic form at http://www.oafe.net/yo/dajpmax.html
We've been receiving requests for more Star Wars reviews, and we're always happy to oblige. We start with one of the cutest things ever imagined: http://www.oafe.net/yo/psxw.html
On Tuesday, DC Direct announced its newest line of figures, which sparked some discussion. Add your thoughts at http://www.oafe.net/cgi-bin/forums/ikonboard.cgi?s=ad057a036c1b5c430ee33d1f35f1ed81;act=ST;f=2;t=21.
We then gave you the first in what is sure to be a series of reviews: http://www.oafe.net/yo/ggunmum.html Can't go wrong with giant robots!
Today's new review is of the brave little dragon himself, Bruce Lee, in a distorted blocky form. http://www.oafe.net/yo/mmlee.html
You've probably noticed that I seem to be hogging the spotlight this week. Six links, six examples of me flapping my gums. What's going on, you may ask? Well, Shocka's still struggling with his camera (and that pesky government audit), and Poe's gone to Hawaii. HAWAII!
Poe's getting lei'd while everyone else is suffering at home. Damn his eyes! Watch out, Poe: more people get killed by falling coconuts each year than by... well, many scary things.
Until next week, keep safe. And keep thinking about how to fix things next year...