*Review* 3A SGR JC

Intro:

Check out that flow of acronyms in the title! A little like trying to decipher a foreign language, init? Since we toy collectors tend to speak in our own language anyway, I didn’t think anyone would be too put off by it. Today, I’ll be using that acronym, not only to speed along writing out a character’s long-ish name over and over again, but also because the given name of our featured toy has a filthy, naughty, dirty word right smack in the middle of it. We don’t normally print copious amounts of cuss-based brusqueness over here at RtR..  despite the fact that we review a LOT of toys from 3A/Ashley Wood. Even though we tend to cater to an older audience and don’t take issue with the words themselves, we do our best to keep things pretty kid friendly. It’s been surprisingly easy to do up until now. For those of you who are familiar with today’s figure, there’s no mystery here. The acronym works because you already know his name. But for those of you who have no idea about this guy, it doesn’t. So in the name of journalistic clarity, we decided for at least a moment, we wouldn’t worry about censors and flood the next paragraph with a few, well-placed swear words.

Alright children, you’ve been warned. The next couple sentences hold snippets of the kind of language your Fox News marathoning Grandpa yells at the TV every time a Democrat gets elected into office. Continue reading

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Today’s image comes in part from 1\6 baseball bat and skateboard craftsman, Simon. AKA, Goatbot, Goatballs and/or Goaty. He’s contributed before with his fantastic DIY skateboard tutorial as well as his infamous DIY bat tutorial.

This image was lightly altered from his original in order to make it fit a little better on a desktop. It’s a fantastic shot that at both times shows that F-Legion can hand out some punishment as well as giving us an idea of how many toys are in Simon’s collection.

Thanks for the image Goat!

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Wednesday’s Wallpaper of the Week

Happy 4th of July, America and welcome everyone from all over! Once again we tapped into the incomparable photography skill of Expathos. You might recall that he contributed the very FIRST Rad Toy Review Wallpaper of the Week back in January so we think it’s a real privilege to have him send us some more of his shots to post. Yes, I said shotS… plural. 🙂

Being that it’s America’s b’day we decided to run with the closest red, white and blue image we currently have at our disposal. Though I’m sure it wasn’t Ex’s initial intent, we thought his shot of hatchery kitty would do the trick perfectly.

We hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Once again, thanks for reading and partaking in our shenanigans week after week. Also, another massive thanks to Expathos for lending us his talents.

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