Guess what, little Buddha: knowing kung fu isn't enough.
We've been busy this week. You may recall our first visitor as last week's sneek preview. He's blue, he's fuzzy, and he's not the mold under Shocka's fridge. Nightcrawler BAMFed onto the scene at http://www.oafe.net/yo/x2night.html
Summer Con Season is nearly upon us, and wherever geeks gather, there shall be crap for them to buy. In the world of OAFE, that means exclusive toys. Mattel gave us a look at their exclusive Keldor figure: http://www.oafe.net/cgi-bin/forums/ikonboard.cgi?s=33834d3fe5c96f9ee8d10f2ce6f56679;act=ST;f=2;t=28
Not stopping there, we also have the new Batman figure: http://www.oafe.net/cgi-bin/forums/ikonboard.cgi?s=51e89e703cce26bfc813ee0d46d4d66a;act=ST;f=2;t=30
Shocka took a look at the Swedish Rastafarian KungFu Helldemons also known in the Matrix as "The Twins." He promises he has a "related" review coming next week, so I think youcan guess what that'll be. http://www.oafe.net/shocka/mcmattw.html
Keeping with our pseudo-SciFi theme, we present a review of one of the coolest Star Wars figures from recent waves. Great likeness, too, for something so small. See Poe's old classmate at http://www.oafe.net/yo/sw2padfc.html
The robots may be in disguise, but that doesn't mean we're not reviewing them. How great is it to get Optimus Prime for only about $10? Very. http://www.oafe.net/yo/tfaop.html
Today's new review is the last Marvel Legends 3 figure we had yet to review. http://www.oafe.net/yo/ml_thor.html If anyone knows what's under that rubber shell, please let us know!
Keep an eye out for some minor changes to OAFEnet soon and, as always, don't forget to read 31, the first daily Figuretoon. http://www.oafe.net/toons/0305/ Until next week, keep your accessories together...