BUZZ LIGHTYEAR with SOX
LIGHTYEAR: ALPHA CLASS (MATTEL)
Hi, Ethan here! Welcome to Matthew’s Corner, where I’m collecting the mad ramblings of my 7 year old Matthew, who also likes to talk about action figures. What can I say, I’m sympathetic to his need to ramble about action figures. So, I’m just gonna let him take it away…though, for what it’s worth, I’m still transcribing for him.
Hello! I know it’s been a long time since I’ve reviewed! Helloooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo…..ooooooo……oooooo….oooo again. I’m sorry that I have mistaken myself because I have forgotten that I said that I would do Venom for my next review. Why I did not do Venom is because I wanted this figure but before I reviewed the other figure, I didn’t have this one. I am now reviewing Buzz Lightyear from his own movie, not Toy Story. Good intro. Onto the review.
THE FIGURE ITSELF
Buzz Lightyear (I already mentioned that) is from the toyline named Lightyear: Alpha Class. Mattel makes this toyline and the figure that I’m looking at. This particular figure is 7 inches tall and this figure has 33 joints. He is wearing a suit with a lot of buttons and it is his Space Ranger suit. I like the sculpt, but with these figures there is always a thing about the arm where if you turn it a little sideways you will see this crack around the arm. It also does that on the legs. Other than that it is fine. The color scheme. So, there’s some white on the legs and the boots and there’s a little on his suit and his arms. Moving onto the red, there is some, and by some I mean a little, red on the buttons. Moving on. Then there’s dark grey. There is some on the lower body and some on the shoulders and a little on the helmet. Now I gotta move onto blue and green. There’s one thing of blue; it’s a button. Then, there is a lot of green on the suit, and there’s some on the hand, and on the arm, and a little on the upper pants and the legs and the shoes. Purple is on the rest. The colors are very good and I didn’t even mention that there is some words and pictures on his arms. My favorite accessory is Sox, because in the movie Lightyear, he was cute because whenever Buzz needed something, Sox helped in a cute and weird way. The Sox figure is pretty nice and the sculpting too. I like the details on the colors. I need to talk about the other accessories. The carrier was in not a lot of the movie, but the carrier is still in part of the movie. It works well with Sox, but one thing, Sox, when he goes in there, you have to put him sideways. He also has an arm blaster. Buzz wears this arm blaster in all the time that you see him in the movie. Well, most of the time. It is a little tricky to put it on and get it off.
THE ME HALF OF THE EQUATION
My grandparents [a.k.a. my Mom and Dad–E] got me this figure for Christmas. I didn’t ask them for it, but they knew I really liked it. I really, really, really, really, really, really like the figure. My favorite part of the figure is Sox. I will see you on the next one: Venom. For real this time!