Dion and J. Blake are back for another exciting addition of the Podwits’ Side Cast. Todays topic is toys from our childhood. A subject often visited in the Podwits podcast, this time around the duo laments about the various toys they played with in their youth. Dion explains his paradox growing up that was imposed on him by […]
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Dion and J. dive back into the Toybox to rediscover the playthings of our youth. From Mego to MacFarlane, Turtles to Terminator, we leave no plastic stone unturned.
Tags: Action Figure, Christopher Reeve, DC Comics, Hot Toys, John Williams, Review, Sideshow Collectibles, Superman, Toys, Warner Bros.
Before I write a single word more, I have to apologize. I did not have my good camera to record this event, so the images contained from here on out are from my phone. Better images WILL come soon. When I say that Superman has RETURNED (all caps), I mean the one and only Christopher […]