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Old Toys Month is over now, but we went out on a high note. Everybody loved last week's Nemo review, but there's a lot of good stuff this week, as well. Take a look!
- We turned to a fairly unexpected source for this week's Joe Friday: rather than just doing an '80s-inspired RAH or movie figure, yo dug a pair of Generation 2 figures out of the bin.
- This review is a new toy, but when you read the review, you'll find a connection that goes all the way back to the 1830s. Yes, not the 1930s, the 1830s. Now that's a figure that deserves a spot in Old Toys Month!
- We want you to admire the restraint that went into Sunday's new review. If you're familiar with OAFE and our opinions about... certain characters, you probably expected this to be nothing but one long, tasteless joke. Sorry to disappoint.
- Marvel Monday was all about one of the big icons of the '90s, although no one knew it at the time. That's why it's so foolish to try to judging things in their own time: it's only with perspective that things become clear.
- We're back to new toys now, so for Transformers Tuesday, we went with one of the newest things on the shelf. It doesn't even have a retro inspiration, which clearly sets it apart from pretty much every other TF out there!
- We had one last WWEdnesday review to do before that feature returns to its cheerful semi-retirement. This one is much more modern than most, too, which means we're venturing into new territory.
- And Rustin brought our week to a close with a double-sided DC Universe review that was clearly born to be wild. Either that or destined for a magic carpet ride. Yes, our jokes really are that lame.
- And here, because we forgot to include it in last week's OEU, is Shocka's awesome new review of his MOTU Classics Battle Cat.