Wednesday, May 30, 2012

The AFB Podcast Episode 15: Kai Arts Street Fighter Chun-Li / Playsets

Episode FIFTEEN of the AFB Podcast is live at iTunes and is now available for direct downloadDownload and subscribe to the podcast at iTunes now! 

Join Ben, Scott and Adam from the AFB Forum for Episode Fourteen of the Action Figure Blues Podcast! The AFB Podcast is a weekly look at action figures, statues and other collectibles from the worlds of comic books and popculture.

Episode Fifteen includes our Toy of the Week feature on the Kai Arts Play Street Fighter IV Chun-Li Action Figure, with a discussion on  Playsets. 

We also have the next answer and clue in the "Name That...." Audio Game run by our friend Engineernerd from TV & Film Toys .

If you can't use iTunes, you can download Episode Fifteen here now! Click on the link to listen, or right click to save the file! The podcast will always be available from the “Podcast” tab here - but if you can subscribe and give us positive ratings at iTunes, that will help us greatly!

Have a listen, and please give us some feedback at - we might even read out your feedback on the next show!

Happy listening!

1 comment:

Rod/Marv-El said...

Just finished ep. 15. First off, you bastards. I bought two Eaglemoss figures last week. It's a slippery slope from here.

I was listening to the discourse on playsets and Scotty--I mean Andy--I mean Heather mentioned the SP Hall of Justice. At that moment when the pic popped up with Aquaman, Mr. Miracle, and Red Tornado I had reached a title in the textbook I was formatting reading "A Robot on Your Team." Eerie.

As far as Dave (I believe) wanting an Avengers or X-Mansion, the Wayne Mansions work pretty well. There were at least two releases in different colors, probably from the 80s/90s movies. I'm looking forward to the Helicarrier too, even though it still won't be to scale, even to 3.75. (My dream is to build the playset/diorama for my creation to Heroclix scale; that will still take about two football fields. Stand by.)

Great work guys. How about a missed opportunities topic? Lines that never were, folded too soon, or were poorly executed? 6" Star Wars, 6" GI Joe, the fugly Warlord/Hercules figs from the early 80s, Legendary Heroes. (No points for picking on Shocker.)

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