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Henschel & Son Tiger I Heavy Tank

A 1:18 scale Tiger I Heavy Tank review? Didn't we do that already you might ask. Well, yes and no. We have already reviewed 21st Century Toys "Eastern Front" Tiger I, which you can read Here. This review is for the brand new JS International version of the Tiger I Heavy Tank, though it uses the same base tooling as the previous version. The 21st Century Toys version was one of the best 1:18 scale tanks released, getting an A- from our review staff. How does JSI's version stack up? Read More »

COBRA EEL with Wave Crusher – Target Exclusive

For the Rise of Cobra movie line of figures, Hasbro came out with a "reimagining" of the classic Cobra Diver, however many fans felt like the new figure did not fully capture the greatness of the original sculpt, or the newer 25th Anniversary figure that was released in 2008. Does this new, old EEL sink or swim? Read More »

Elite-Viper – “Elite Regiment Officer”

Of all the Rise of Cobra figures releases thus far, one caught my eye above all others. That figure is the Elite-Viper. Based on an entirely new character design, the figure exuded coolness and attitude. Unlike many of the movie tie-in figures, the Elite-Viper looked like he meant business. Read More »

Fieseler Fi 103 – Vergeltungswaffe 1 “V-1 Flying Bomb”

When you think of the 1:18 scale hobby, names like 21st Century Toys and Blue Box Toys come to mind. Most have never heard of a small company called Pegasus Hobbies. The simple design of the V-1 was a unique choice for Pegasus Hobbies to make an interesting contribution to a market over saturated with "notable aircraft" such as the P-51D. Read More »

M3A2 Bradley Cavalry Fighting Vehicle

Despite this line, and its companion 1:18 scale figures, only being available at Target stores, Unimax's Forces of Valor: Bravo Team has become a blessing for modern era 1:18 scale fans. Despite not having a lot of "action features" Unimax delivers extremely durable toys with an incredible amount of external details for the right price. The M3A2 Bradley is no exception. Read More »

Messerschmitt BF-109G2 Trop “Black 1”

BBi has come to be known as one of the kings of the 1:18 market. Surprisingly, it is because of their amazing balance between durability and details within their toys. This piece is a shining example of those values, but unfortunately this bird is not without its flaws. Read More »

Henschel & Son Tiger I Heavy Tank

The Tiger tank is one of the, if not the, most recognizable German tanks from World War II. The Tiger may also be one of the most coveted pieces of armor by 1:18 World War II collectors aside from the extremely hard to find Panzer IV. Read More »