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Funko Foolery Our intrepid Otter takes a look at the wonderful Wacky Wobbler company who has been flying under the radar of most collectors for the past few years. 06/13/05
A New Home What is up with ToyOtter and why has his column moved to Action Figure Insider? 04/19/05
Palisades Toys: Heroes for a New Generation Is Palisades the next big thing, or yesterday's news? Read on, dear friend, to see what I'm predicting in the years ahead. 08/27/04
Domo Arigato, Mr. Mouse Why does Japan make better character toys than the U.S.? Why are their toys more accurate? And why do I have such a hard time buying them? 02/16/03
Justice League! You Saw It Here First, Kids! Tooting my own horn, I blow the lid off of Mattel's vaunted top-secret secrecy zone (with the help of the secret person who gave me all the information and pictures). 09/23/02
A (Marvel) Legend in Our Own Time Have there ever been better toys than these bad-ass, multi-jointed, finely tuned plastic works of art? Sure, but you're not going to hear about them in here! 05/09/02

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