Attention all you 80's arcade fanatics! These new officially licensed, fully working, keychain arcade cabinets by Super Impulse, are just too cool. I found mine at Toy"R"Us the other day and set me back 20 bucks. Was it worth it? Well, let's take a look, as this self-proclaimed, worlds smallest fully functional arcade game, is a sight to behold. It looks as if there are four total cabinets currently available. Pac-Man, Mrs. Pac-Man, Galaxian, and Space Invaders. We're gonna examine Pac-Man, as it was the only one left on the pegs. These fully functional games run on three AAA batteries which are included. Pac-Man has all the telltale markings of its much larger counterpart. Accurate sideart
Please tell me you've played Cuphead! What!? If you haven't played this phenomenal game what are you waiting for, get going! For everyone else, check out these awesome vinyl creations by Funko from this epic Run 'N Gun styled video game. Coming in at 4 inches these collectibles have me waiting and ready to snatch to burn a hole in my wallet! Depicting the main cast, Cuphead, Mugman, and the slightly larger 6 inch Devil Boss will sure to be classics. Technically they already are, well, er, sorta. If you can make the New York Comic Con, Cuphead and Mugman Black & White variants will be available at a limited supply of 2500 pieces.
Those who grew up in the 80's and 90's know all too well of the legendary Disney afternoon cartoon block. Well, Funko has announced its plans to release a host of characters from the various shows that had us run straight home from school. These figures do look to have articulation and will be the infamous 3 3/4 inches sizes. The first wave, and let's hope not the last, will comprise of Darkwing Duck from "Darkwing Duck," Scrooge McDuck from “DuckTales,” Baloo from “TaleSpin,” and Chip and Dale from “Chip ‘n’ Dale Rescue Rangers.” Accessories like Scrooge McDuck's cane and Darkwing Duck's gun are a bonus! Also, Dale looks to include that tiny, yet bold sidekick, Zipper! Pre-orders are availa
Back in 1987, a new generation of Trekkies was about to be born. When Star Trek the Next Generation hit airwaves September 28, 1987, many of us had no idea the legacy that would soon follow. The show itself broke the rule that television budgeted special effects could not match that of feature-length films. Although the visual effects still fell behind large Hollywood blockbusters, they were a breath of fresh air and putting televised sci-fi dramas in the right direction. This review will center not on the show, but one of Galoob's discarded vehicles, Shuttlecraft Galileo from the Star Trek the Next Generation toy series. Galoob was first in line to get the rights to the anticipated new Star
RetroFused Issue # 2 is now available. Packed with retro content, you can be sure to find something to feed your nostalgic appetite. We realize that the MagCloud print edition price is a bit steep due to it being a print on demand service. We are taking steps to find alternative options at making it much more reasonably priced. We feel that a hardcopy that can be read the old-fashioned way, is the best experience. In the meantime, your support by picking up the digital edition goes a long way! Creating this periodical is a hobby, but obviously, it takes much time to write, illustrate, and format a 72-page publication. Keep checking back as we will be finding ways to expand not only the magaz