This end-of-the-year extravaganza features three thunderous battles: Chopper vs. Grendizer…Tundro vs. Melon Kuma…Ardith vs. Robin! Who will survive?! Plus, enjoy our holiday festival of display turntables, and the unveiling of Bandai’s DX Soul of Chogokin Mazinger Z!
Items featured in this video:
– MegaHouse P.O.P. Tony Tony Chopper Kung Fu Point
– Yamato Metalboy Gokin 02 Grendizer
– X Plus Hanna-Barbera Collection Tundro
– Bandai DX Soul of Chogokin Mazinger Z
– GSI Creos Mr. Turntable L
– Tamiya Display Turntable Black
– MM Kobo Solar Turntable Black
Draw Melon Kuma Eating Your Favorite Figure
– Email your entry to email@example.com
– Only one entry per person:
– We will pay for shipping, but not for any customs duties you may incur.
– Competition ends January 31, 2013.
– No digital manipulation, which means no photoshop or other image software. Pens, pencils, crayons, paints or any other natural method of applying a pigment to paper are fine.
– If you don’t have a scanner you can use a camera, make sure the image is of good quality.
– Kotobukiya 1/7 Makinami Mari Illustrious Plug Suit Style PVC
– Sentinel RIO:Bone Kanchi
– MegaHouse Stuffed Collection Kuma from Persona4
Hard to believe that 2012 is over and the new year is upon us already. Hope everyone at HLJ has a great 2013!
I wondered if Tundro would stand his ground, and it looks like he did. I vaguely remember The Herculoids from back when I was a kid. Man, that’s going so far back my little grey cells hurt.
Funny, don’t know why, but for some reason the Chopper figure reminded me of Mr. Potato Head. Must be the body shape. Love the different types of articulation Chopper has, including the front hooves. Nice touch.
Looks like a lot of fun can be had with the Gokin 02 Grendizer figure, what with all the included accessories and figure posing possibilities. Probably looks pretty cool sitting in a darkly lit place with its eyes lit up.
Gotta admit…that Chogokin Mazinger Z figure is totally awesome! Well done Bandai! That it can be displayed in its secret base and also with or without its external covers, revealing its inner workings, is another example of Bandai’s attention to detail. Great job! 🙂
Happy New Year, and can’t wait to see what TT has coming up for us.
Happy New Years Toy Tengoku, I had totally forgot I asked that question about the turn table. Thanks for the tip, went ahead and purchased the Mr. Turntable L.
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Al on 08/03/2012 at 12:59Okay, I admit it, I was sucked in by the Yamato 2199 kit box at the begnniing of the episode, though I think that was because just a few minutes earlier I’d watched the latest episode of Gunpla TV (84) where Ryan had just talked about it. The info about the send-in offer on the bottom of the kit box was interesting, though, as that hadn’t been previously mentioned. Had I taken the time to read the title for TT 26, I might have clued in to which box was going to be opened. I’m not a One Piece fan, but I have to say that the Chogokin Going Merry looked like a fun item. It appears to be very nicely detailed, with impressive colours. A nifty thing to put together, and you don’t have to paint it, too. Wonder how Ardith will display the Going Merry bow in place or broken, pointing down?The Megahouse Desktop Real McKoy One Piece 02 looked like it was a fairly hefty piece (pardon the pun). I have to agree that seeing an illustration that has been rendered in 3D form can be quite thrilling. And for some reason, this particular set made me think of Disney’s The Jungle Book .Thanks for the insights as to what you both had previously been involved with and how you ended up at HLJ. Given time, we never know where we’ll end up. And then, of course, the references to Star Blazers , which takes us back to the begnniing of the episode. I see what ya did there. Eagerly awaiting #27.