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Lord of the Rings - Trilogy (Toy Biz) - Fellowship of the Ring - Series 1
"Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky, Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie."

And here we have it, the lord of the Nine, the lord of the Nazgul. This figure is a replica to the Revealed Witch-King to Frodo before stabbing him at Weathertop. The fig. . .
4.90 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Trilogy (Toy Biz) - Fellowship of the Ring - Series 2
Gimli rules. Really. He's for me the best and funniest dwarf ever! And this figure is amazing. Must have!It comes with very cool accessories. He's about 4.5" tall, his face resembles John's. His beard and hair is very nicely made and the clothing is done greatly in details. You get a cloak which suits the figure well made of not that soft material like other figures which I find cool because its n. . .
5.00 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Two Towers (Toy Biz) - Series 2
When I was reading the book I was eager to find out what really happened to Saruman since he was more or less THE villain in The Two Towers because in the movie there was something totally different than the book. I couldn't believe he wasn't in The Return of The King. Too bad. This figure I appreciate very much and it's one of the finest of the series.

Let me start with the figure itself. . . .
4.85 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Trilogy (Toy Biz) - Fellowship of the Ring - Series 4
This figure is a very valuable replica of Isildur in the Prologue of the First Movie. It's one of my favorites and I believe it deserves a place in every LOTR collectioner's shelf.

In a typical Gondorian fashion his silver armor is decorated with highly detailed golden stars and wing-like crown, having a removable silver helmet with golden. Same colors count for his greaves. His sword feat. . .
5.00 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Trilogy (Toy Biz) - Return of the King - Series 2
Cursed to unrest until The King of Gondor release them for good, The King of the Dead comes with a very interesting feature. Expose the figure on direct source of light. The figure shall glow green
in the dark.

This figure comes with a removable helmet, sword and cloak as well includes robes.
You wont find a specific articulation on this one unlike the other figures of the same seri. . .
4.30 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Two Towers (Toy Biz) - Series 5
Ugly and clumsy, anything but clever, humped and ruined...that's what Orcs are made of and you're looking at a very very cool figure which represents the Orcish race in such a cool example.

It is highly detailed and articulated. I particullary like the front of his armor with the given accent on the many belts. It is indeed a clumsy one and a bit massive and disproportional just like the Or. . .
5.00 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Trilogy (Toy Biz) - Fellowship of the Ring - Series 3
King Elendil was indeed a very famous man, father of Isildur and the one who dared to attack Sauron with the famous sword of Narsil the later reforged Andúril for his heir, Elessar.
This figure is a very nice replica to King Elendil based on the Prologue of the First movie. Just like some other figures, Elendil has the features of the royal Gondorian culture. The figure is taller and bigger co. . .
4.90 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Fellowship of the Ring (Toy Biz) - Series 3
Too bad we have only two figures of Elrond. Since the figure series are based on the movies they couldn't do much I suppose.
I prefer this one over the other one (Rivendell, in robes). I believe it's one of the finest of the series and of the elf-figures.

This one is based on the Prologue featuring Elrond in armor with sword. The face really resembles Hugo.Like Gil - Galad, Elrond comes . . .
5.00 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Return of the King (Toy Biz) - Series 2
Of the previous two from The Two Towers and the one as an exclusive in The Coronation Pack this figure of Eowyn I find best. This one comes with amazing accessories and the details are highly fashioned, a beautiful design and such a good example of Rohan's culture.

She reselmbles pretty much Miranda Otto. This figure is a valuable replica of Eowyn in the battle of The Pelennor Fields. Made . . .
5.00 stars by Dorion Thurin
Lord of the Rings - Trilogy (Toy Biz) - Fellowship of the Ring - Series 3
I just cannot describe how much I appreciate this one. It's amazing. The details and the whole structure of the figure is just awesome.Based on the Prologue from The Fellowship movie this figure of the elven king Gil - Galad comes with an epic shield and a very nice long spear.

Blue, brown and golden are his colours. He comes with a highly detailed elven typical golden armor with a blue bel. . .
5.00 stars by Dorion Thurin
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BFBrown3 - Friday, October 17, 2014
Ha. I found one at a Goodwill. I kept for a while but decided to list it on ebay.
-- in reference to Black Widow (Grapple Blast) by MCollector in Reviews
The Composer - Monday, October 6, 2014
The Green Variant is one of three versions of the "Venom the Madness Figure."

The variants include: A yellow/honey-like translucent version ($$$), Green Variant ($$), and Original Black Version ($).
The translucent variant is RARE and only packaged in a Spider-Man 2000 2-pack made available in Canada. I almost had one but it slipped through my fingers. Oy...
-- in reference to Venom (The Madness) by The Composer in Reviews
Cleaning out the attic - Sunday, October 5, 2014
I have the black version and the green version of Venom the Madness. We bought them years ago when a toy dealer told us that the green one was an error and would be worth something some day. They are still in the box. The green one is in a box with the UPC 3511247241 - the same as the box for the black one which has the UPC 3511247241. Both have item numbers 47241 on the boxes. Was this a manufacturer misprint and is it worth something?
-- in reference to Venom (The Madness) by The Composer in Reviews
Dorion Thurin - Saturday, October 4, 2014
This review is for Galadriel Entranced not this figure ^_^
-- in reference to Galadriel (Lady of Light) by Dr Nightmare in Reviews
MCollector - Monday, September 29, 2014
 Hey,I've found one of these in Mercado Libre,here in Brazil. In US Dollar,should be a price of 12,50 aproximatelly.
-- in reference to Dr Loveless (Spider Blaster) by Mr.jackal95 in Reviews
jake1 - Monday, August 11, 2014
me to don't like the alien face that much either
-- in reference to Mysterio by Spidermancustoms2005 in Reviews
Anishka - Monday, August 4, 2014
Hi, what is the price
-- in reference to Dr Loveless (Spider Blaster) by Mr.jackal95 in Reviews
CB2001 - Friday, July 18, 2014
 I have the same figure now. I picked it up from Troll-N-Toad as well. But at least with Peacekeeper Aeryn, she looks more normal than the episode-centric Aeryn released prior to the PK Aeryn.
-- in reference to Aeryn Sun (The Mutation) by CB2001 in Reviews
heroesmaya - Friday, July 11, 2014
The Peacekeeper special Aeryn is a bit limited in articulation but I own that one dnow courtesy of Troll N Toad and she's great looking. Has some neat accessories, too!
-- in reference to Aeryn Sun (The Mutation) by CB2001 in Reviews
Asleepdevil2002 - Thursday, June 19, 2014
Very cool definitely worth a buy
-- in reference to Wave the Swallow by Maroontails73 in Reviews