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31.03.2015
As someone who got into the toy review game a little late, I always worry that someone will think I’m ripping them off.
Shape-changing aliens have been impersonating Super Heroes for years, and now their plans come full circle as an alien army invades earth! Some collectors absolutely hate variants of any character, but I’m okay with them when they make sense.
Several different shades of purple are used on Strange to help distinguish certain features.
Iron Man is a straight repack of his figure that was in the Avengers Super City Playset, which in turn is a repaint of his first Super Hero Squad figure from back in wave 2. Iron Man is rocketing up, with his right hand in a fist and his left ready to shoot his repulsor. In the Secret Invasion, Skrulls had infiltrated the planet and were beginning their takeover. Decked out in a purple, gold and black outfit that looks just absurd enough to work for an invading alien race, the Skrull definitely looks better than the last two versions that have been released. Reed has always suffered since his power is one that is difficult to manifest in toy form – he’s a guy who is made of rubber and most people my age and older learned their lesson with Stretch Armstrong and the havoc a ripped one can do.  Since the Super Hero Squad tries to avoid accessories for the most part, there was one possible solution: stretch him out!
One odd part of the sculpt though is Reed’s face, he looks face too happy but not in the same way as the Skrull soldier.
What really makes this pack great though isn’t the inclusion of three members of the Illuminati; it’s the fact that everyone in the pack could be a Skrull! Ben and Evan take another road trip to the movies, this time to see Captain America: Civil War, featuring the screen debut of Black Panther and Spider-Man and the biggest collection of Marvel heroes on the screen yet! In Retro Movie Missions the Retronauts fire the Retro-rockets on their Retro-starship to take a look back at some retro-movies! Join Captain Ben, Sergeant Steve, and Ensign Evan as they explore the Disney sci-fi movie BLACK HOLE!
With the new Star Wars teaser release, Ben, Steve, and Evan talk about their thoughts of the teaser and address some items from the mailbag! Ben and Evan are joined by three friends to take another trip to the theater…this time to see BATMAN v. People FOR Superman recognize that he’s pretty much all powerful, from X-Ray vision to impervious skin.
Think about it: Superman is the ultimate in racial privilege, while Batman is the ultimate in financial privilege. Striped away of alien strength and 1% wealth, if they met on the field of battle (a dark alley or an actual field of corn?) Batman’s core personality probably gives him an edge in the fight.
If it was completely unexpected — in other words, Batman was attacking Superman with no foreknowledge, Batman absolutely could assassinate Superman. So this arguing about who can best the other in battle is, in truth, a pretty useless exercise.
People FOR Superman appreciate his ideals, his strength, not just of ARMS, but of character. People AGAINST Batman argue that he is someone who has taken the law into his own hands, become judge and jury, and may have a moral code against guns or killing (depending on the current writer) but who is a paranoid psychopathic law unto himself.
People attracted to Batman’s positive qualities look to a man who has overcome the lose of his parents in a tragic death in front of his eyes. And both are characters who, while there are some flaws in their character, and there may be flaws in the presentation of their stories at time, can be looked up to. If you relate to Superman more, it’s because you see someone with great power who uses it responsibly (if not perfectly) to make the world a better place. I believe that, while I may be missing some nuances and perhaps some specifics (please, if I’ve missed YOUR reasons for loving one character or the other, sound off below) this is why both of these characters have resonated with fans for three quarters of a century!
From Star Wars to X-Files to Heroes, old heroes have been making a return…and they make their return, well, older! In this episode we take a look at some of our favorite and not so favorite returns and what those returns bring with them!
The government’s finally going to reveal what Fox Mulder has been waiting for all these years . The X-Files has returned, and Steve and Ben WERE pretty excited…and now they are ready to wade through the final three episodes!


A monster of the week, a supernatural FBI tale, and a mythology episode again give a pretty good sampling of what the X-Files was all about, but how did it live up to the X-Files’ legacy? Join Captain Ben, Sergeant Steve, and Ensign Evan as they explore Jim Henson’s classic movie LABYRINTH! A transmedia project about an secret group of multi-generational warriors in the never-ending battle against evil, League of the Gray is part Buffy the Vampire Slayer and part Golden Girls! Ben talks with Sandy Brownlee, the mastermind behind this web series, about the project’s origins, its future, and how people can help this transmedia project come to fruition! The X-Files has returned, and Steve and Ben are pretty excited…although we have different reactions to SOME of these first three episodes of X-Files season 10.
With a mythology episode, a mystery episode, and a humor episode, the first three episodes of this six episode series give a pretty good sampling of what the X-Files was all about, but how did it live up to the X-Files’ legacy? Also, Ben and Steve welcome Evan officially into the fold as the fourth “strange alien”! For a holiday treat, we read Charles Dickens’ precursor to A Christmas Carol, The Goblins Who Stole a Sexton, a chapter from The Pickwick Papers. This episode has conversation on the way, conversation in the theater before the movie started, some parking lot conversation after the movie, and commentary on the drive home! Ben is joined by four of his five kids to talk about their thoughts and reactions to the Star Wars prequel trilogy! Ben and Steve are joined by Evan David to discuss some of their favorite “very special Christmas” episodes of TV shows, movies, and comics! Ben and Steve open up the listener feedback mailbag and discuss a few responses to our recent episodes. Ben and Steve take a look back at all 19 Jaws movies, from Jaws to Jaws 4: The Revenge, from Cyberjaws to Jaws in NY, from the prequels to the reboot to the return to the original continuity in this year’s Jaws 19! Joined by The Static Blade’s Evan David, Ben, Steve, and their guest talk about their top ten favorite animated series of all time. The three sci-fi guys are together again, taking a look at the top ten biggest money making movies of all time. Ben and Steve talk about some of their favorite fictional sports, from futuristic racing to sci-fi fighting to fantastic competitions.
In a non-review, Ben recommends some movies that actually succeed at some of the things that 2015’s Fantastic Four was trying to be.
So for this episode, we have some fun poking fun at Obi Wan Kenobi and his really poor decision making. Some weeks ago, Simon Pegg made some controversial statements about geekdom and cinema and where it seemed to be heading.
The topic is Tomorrowland, as Ben joins forces with special guest Even David from The Static Blade Podcast! The trio is back together again, and it’s time to discuss Avengers: Age of Ultron, the first big movie of the summer movie season! Ben and his four oldest children have just finished watching the original trilogy of Star Wars, and now they have gathered together to discuss them! This is the weekend we celebrate Easter, and in this episode we take the time to reflect on Easter, Good Friday, and the Last Supper. Ben is joined by his family in a series of readings and writings about some aspects of the Holy Week.
For a while, I tried to actively avoid doing Marvel reviews on Monday’s because of OAFE’s Marvel Mondays (I also try to avoid doing Transformers on Tuesdays), so yo go re if you’re reading this, I’m not trying to step on your weekly thing.
The true heroes don’t know who to trust as the devious alien conquerors blast their way towards what looks like inevitable victory. Once the storyline ended, I made the decision to switch completely trades and haven’t looked back.
His Cloak of Levitation’s trim is painted almost black, while the dots on his gloves are a different shade of purple. His hair is the same color as the trim on his cloak, but is only on the front side of his head – it stop’s halfway! The Skrull soldiers were generic foot soldiers for the invasion that more often than not had an assortment of powers that would put most heroes to shame. He’s bulked up and is brandishing a fiendish looking weapon.  The Skrull has his trademarked weird chin and pointy ears, but his face seems a little off.


His oversized hands and feet, and extra long limbs are a great way of showing off his powers. This reed looks maniacally happy, almost like the version of him that willingly became bit by a zombie in Marvel Zombies. Based on an event that hadn’t even ended when this pack was originally intended to be released, it really shows how willing Marvel is to work with Hasbro, meanwhile Mattel claims it will take them over a year to get Blackest Night figures out.
Suddenly, it goes from a decent Skrull figure to four Skrulls, but three of them are disguised!
Like Douglas Adams’ Deep Thought, when answering the question of life, the universe, and everything, he had an answer, but the answer came with another question. He could rule the world with an almost literal iron fist, but he chooses instead to help people. Steve, and Evan talk about the career of animator Don Bluth, looking back on their favorite memories from Bluth’s body of work, and on some of their least favorite work from him, from his work at Disney to his arcade video games to Fievel and The Land Before Time to Titan AE!
And don’t forget to check out The Crossover Network for more holiday podcast episodes!
Night’s latest film, which seems to be not just a return to form but a return to passion. He backed off a little bit, and his intent was not to be as controversial as it was made out to be, but it also did provide some fodder for some good conversation. And in this episode, Ben is joined by the surprise first guest of the summer! After guest hosting on the Geekually Yoked podcast to talk about the movie Spirited Away, Ben mentioned to Rachel that he was planning to do an episode about mad Max: Fury Road and a second impromptu podcast discussion was engaged!
But after a rather hectic weekend, I’m able to review the second unreleased Marvel Super Hero Squad 4-pack: The Secret Invasion Begins! That also means I have only the vaguest idea of what has been going on in the Marvel Universe lately and don’t know much about Siege. The face has just enough of a smile to make it work for the Heroes style without looking weird.
Skrulls first appeared in the Super Hero Squad back in wave 3 with the Fantastic Four, but that figure was beginning to show its age and it’s great to new a new, modern Skrull.
A repaint of the figure that came in Collector’s Pack 3, this time Reed is in his more modern outfit.
There is the issue of how easily the figure can get warped in the packaging but a quick boil-and-set fixed it. He recognizes his power is a gift, but it is not just a gift for him, and he makes sacrifices everyday to help people who cannot help themselves.
So he’s perfectly willing to create plans to kill every single one of his best friends, even though they ARE friends and he is AGAINST (mostly) killing. But while the other 4-pack in this wave was based on a classic Marvel story, this one is as modern as you can get. Finally dropping the garish blue and white costumes (which must have cost a fortune to keep clean); the Fantastic Four switched the white on their costumes for a dark blue which looks great.
It’s just a shame this pack never got released here in the states for people to buy, now the pack just feels oddly out of sync. Superman becomes just another farmer raised in the flyover states with a strong work ethic. For Superman, he could DO more, but it would involve creating a world that would no longer relate to our own if the storytelling took it to its logical conclusion. Though I wonder why Hasbro would release two 4-packs that both have the word “secret” in their titles. Unlike other figures done with way, Strange still has painted details to help him look like more than just a purple man (no, not that one).
Strange’s sculpt isn’t bad, but I still wish his hands were in a more about-to-cast-a-spell pose. The Skrull soldier moves at the arms but his shoulder pads prevent most of his neck movement.
Strange moves at the arms and waist, but the Cloak of Levitation prevents his waist from turning.




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