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S.H.Figuarts Sailor Mercury Figure Review

S.H.Figuarts Sailor Mercury Figure Review

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Today we take a look at the S.H. Figuarts Sailor Mercury figure, also know as Ami Mizuno. This is the second figure released (the first being Sailor Moon) and bot this figure is awesome! We do love her multiple facial expressions and different set of hands. Too bad Tamashii Nations didn’t have Mercury come with her “Mercury Bubble Spray/Blast” effect piece, that would’ve been awesome!

Sailor…

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venivididolli:

mikeandelio:

venivididolli:

mikeandelio:

venivididolli:

pgirl1986:

venivididolli:

mikeandelio:

No one was talking down to you. I was simply stating fact. I own some BJD’s as well so I don’t get why there is a point in you bringing them up. I have noticed that Jem doll collectors get really touchy if they are told the product has issues. I have dolls from plenty of brands and always state when a doll have flaws or cheap materials. I have to know what I am talking about because it is a job to review. Also when I am comparing a doll I try to only compare to other dolls in the size category. So right now lets talk about the 12” markets not the larger dolls like Tonner or larger BJD. So while you may have a wide “scope” to your collection you shouldn’t assume others don’t have one just as wide if not wider. You said the key word when you said “I still think the materials are high quality” THINK is the key word. You think, I know… I know that the material is cheap point blank. At this point it is this type of reaction that has me hoping that IT stops the Jem line soon. So that way your type can stop getting bent out of shape.

If you want to be taken seriously as a doll reviewer, you really need to learn how to talk to people, because you’re extremely snobby and self-righteous. No reviewer should insult the people that read the reviews.

You’re quick to draw lines between us, writing me off as a playline collector and proclaiming yourself a high end collector. That is why I mentioned the scope of my collection. 

Then you lump me in with a group of Jem doll collectors who get defensive. That’s also really rude. Yes, I’m a Jem collector, but I also collect many, many other dolls. (Reference: scope of collection.) I’m not being “touchy” because you insulted my precious Jem dolls. I’m disagreeing with your opinion. My own opinion of the dolls is not 100% positive. And seriously, saying “your type?” You have got to be fucking kidding me.

And you’re going on about how you have a wide scope, too. Why is this relevant when my own is not? Because you clearly think you’re better than me and you need to step off that attitude if you want to be a good reviewer. 

Reviewers are objective.

Reviewers do not insult their audience.

Reviewers do not think they are better than their audience.

Reviewers do not automatically assume they are the best doll collector in the world and everyone else is shit. 

And most of all, reviewers do not act like spoiled little brats when someone disagrees with their opinion. 

And it is an opinion, not a fact, Mr. You Think, I Know.

Learn it, live it, love it.

Did…. they seriously just say ‘You think, I know?’. That’s pretty much as ‘Talking down to your audience’ as it gets.

'Scuse me for butting in.

Oh, feel free to butt in. This guy needs a big ol’ reality check on his ego.

Do you feel better now?

No. You still exist. 

Oh, wait, I think I have a button for that…

Please use it because you are wasting my time.

Please learn how to do a proper review and interact with people. Hope I never see you around again. And I’m sure you’ll say it’s mutual.

How about you use that ignore feature and leave me alone. You seem to like wasting my time. I don’t care if I “see” you around or not because I still don’t see why you are so bent out of shape. BTW I didn’t even read everything you posted because it seems as if you just wanted to ramble about something.

venivididolli:

mikeandelio:

venivididolli:

pgirl1986:

venivididolli:

mikeandelio:

No one was talking down to you. I was simply stating fact. I own some BJD’s as well so I don’t get why there is a point in you bringing them up. I have noticed that Jem doll collectors get really touchy if they are told the product has issues. I have dolls from plenty of brands and always state when a doll have flaws or cheap materials. I have to know what I am talking about because it is a job to review. Also when I am comparing a doll I try to only compare to other dolls in the size category. So right now lets talk about the 12” markets not the larger dolls like Tonner or larger BJD. So while you may have a wide “scope” to your collection you shouldn’t assume others don’t have one just as wide if not wider. You said the key word when you said “I still think the materials are high quality” THINK is the key word. You think, I know… I know that the material is cheap point blank. At this point it is this type of reaction that has me hoping that IT stops the Jem line soon. So that way your type can stop getting bent out of shape.

If you want to be taken seriously as a doll reviewer, you really need to learn how to talk to people, because you’re extremely snobby and self-righteous. No reviewer should insult the people that read the reviews.

You’re quick to draw lines between us, writing me off as a playline collector and proclaiming yourself a high end collector. That is why I mentioned the scope of my collection. 

Then you lump me in with a group of Jem doll collectors who get defensive. That’s also really rude. Yes, I’m a Jem collector, but I also collect many, many other dolls. (Reference: scope of collection.) I’m not being “touchy” because you insulted my precious Jem dolls. I’m disagreeing with your opinion. My own opinion of the dolls is not 100% positive. And seriously, saying “your type?” You have got to be fucking kidding me.

And you’re going on about how you have a wide scope, too. Why is this relevant when my own is not? Because you clearly think you’re better than me and you need to step off that attitude if you want to be a good reviewer. 

Reviewers are objective.

Reviewers do not insult their audience.

Reviewers do not think they are better than their audience.

Reviewers do not automatically assume they are the best doll collector in the world and everyone else is shit. 

And most of all, reviewers do not act like spoiled little brats when someone disagrees with their opinion. 

And it is an opinion, not a fact, Mr. You Think, I Know.

Learn it, live it, love it.

Did…. they seriously just say ‘You think, I know?’. That’s pretty much as ‘Talking down to your audience’ as it gets.

'Scuse me for butting in.

Oh, feel free to butt in. This guy needs a big ol’ reality check on his ego.

Do you feel better now?

No. You still exist. 

Oh, wait, I think I have a button for that…

Please use it because you are wasting my time.

venivididolli:

pgirl1986:

venivididolli:

mikeandelio:

No one was talking down to you. I was simply stating fact. I own some BJD’s as well so I don’t get why there is a point in you bringing them up. I have noticed that Jem doll collectors get really touchy if they are told the product has issues. I have dolls from plenty of brands and always state when a doll have flaws or cheap materials. I have to know what I am talking about because it is a job to review. Also when I am comparing a doll I try to only compare to other dolls in the size category. So right now lets talk about the 12” markets not the larger dolls like Tonner or larger BJD. So while you may have a wide “scope” to your collection you shouldn’t assume others don’t have one just as wide if not wider. You said the key word when you said “I still think the materials are high quality” THINK is the key word. You think, I know… I know that the material is cheap point blank. At this point it is this type of reaction that has me hoping that IT stops the Jem line soon. So that way your type can stop getting bent out of shape.

If you want to be taken seriously as a doll reviewer, you really need to learn how to talk to people, because you’re extremely snobby and self-righteous. No reviewer should insult the people that read the reviews.

You’re quick to draw lines between us, writing me off as a playline collector and proclaiming yourself a high end collector. That is why I mentioned the scope of my collection. 

Then you lump me in with a group of Jem doll collectors who get defensive. That’s also really rude. Yes, I’m a Jem collector, but I also collect many, many other dolls. (Reference: scope of collection.) I’m not being “touchy” because you insulted my precious Jem dolls. I’m disagreeing with your opinion. My own opinion of the dolls is not 100% positive. And seriously, saying “your type?” You have got to be fucking kidding me.

And you’re going on about how you have a wide scope, too. Why is this relevant when my own is not? Because you clearly think you’re better than me and you need to step off that attitude if you want to be a good reviewer. 

Reviewers are objective.

Reviewers do not insult their audience.

Reviewers do not think they are better than their audience.

Reviewers do not automatically assume they are the best doll collector in the world and everyone else is shit. 

And most of all, reviewers do not act like spoiled little brats when someone disagrees with their opinion. 

And it is an opinion, not a fact, Mr. You Think, I Know.

Learn it, live it, love it.

Did…. they seriously just say ‘You think, I know?’. That’s pretty much as ‘Talking down to your audience’ as it gets.

'Scuse me for butting in.

Oh, feel free to butt in. This guy needs a big ol’ reality check on his ego.

Do you feel better now?

venivididolli:

mikeandelio:

mikeandelio:

Jem and the Holograms: Sheila “Jetta” Burns Doll Review

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So now we review Jetta, the last addition to the Misfits. This doll is really pretty in the face. I love her instrument that she comes with. And it looks like it was painted with black chrome! Now I must say out…

I actually have to disagree. These dolls are not in any way shape or form  “typical high quality” The top and skirt feel cheap. And as a high end doll collector that collects plenty of IT dolls I would know. Also these dolls have a number of quality issues.

The hair should not be a mess out the box because all other IT dolls look great straight out the box.

I think when looking at the quality of the doll it is amazing if you are used to buying playline dolls.

I may collect playline, but I also own BJDs (which are as high quality as you can get), IT, Tonner and other “high quality” dolls. So don’t talk down to me because you think I’m just a playline collector. I have a wide scope to my collection.

Almost every IT doll I have ever owned has had quality issues and unless the hair is stick straight, hair issues straight out of the box. Two of my Dynamite Girls were so loaded with gel that it became a gooey mess. So you have experienced one thing and I have experienced something completely different apparently. The Jem line falls right in with my other IT dolls. It’s no worse. It’s actually a bit better, because I have had no issues with staining on the Jem line and I have with several FR and DG dolls.

I still think the materials are high quality. I love what they used for her pants and I also like the material for the dress. 

Tomayto tomahto, I suppose. But if anyone asks me, I will say that these dolls are the same high quality as other IT dolls, with the same little failings. They’re by no means lesser than other IT dolls.

No one was talking down to you. I was simply stating fact. I own some BJD’s as well so I don’t get why there is a point in you bringing them up. I have noticed that Jem doll collectors get really touchy if they are told the product has issues. I have dolls from plenty of brands and always state when a doll have flaws or cheap materials. I have to know what I am talking about because it is a job to review. Also when I am comparing a doll I try to only compare to other dolls in the size category. So right now lets talk about the 12” markets not the larger dolls like Tonner or larger BJD. So while you may have a wide “scope” to your collection you shouldn’t assume others don’t have one just as wide if not wider. You said the key word when you said “I still think the materials are high quality” THINK is the key word. You think, I know… I know that the material is cheap point blank. At this point it is this type of reaction that has me hoping that IT stops the Jem line soon. So that way your type can stop getting bent out of shape.

mikeandelio:

Jem and the Holograms: Sheila “Jetta” Burns Doll Review

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So now we review Jetta, the last addition to the Misfits. This doll is really pretty in the face. I love her instrument that she comes with. And it looks like it was painted with black chrome! Now I must say out…

I actually have to disagree. These dolls are not in any way shape or form  “typical high quality” The top and skirt feel cheap. And as a high end doll collector that collects plenty of IT dolls I would know. Also these dolls have a number of quality issues.

The hair should not be a mess out the box because all other IT dolls look great straight out the box.

I think when looking at the quality of the doll it is amazing if you are used to buying playline dolls.

Dulcissima™ Barbie® Doll Review

Dulcissima™ Barbie® Doll Review

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Today we review the Barbie Silkstone Dulcissima doll. This doll is designed by Robert Best., who does all of the Silkstone dolls. She released on April 1st and is one of the most requested dolls for us to review this month since she has been sneaked.

Personally we like the boots a lot! The outfit has snaps instead of Velcro, which is great considering it would have taken away from this doll. This…

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Fan Bingbing Barbie Doll Review

Fan Bingbing Barbie Doll Review

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Today we review the Asian Market Exclusive Barbie Collector Doll….Fan Bingbing! This is China’s superstar made into a 12 inch doll by Mattel. Fan BIngbing has done it all, from acting, modeling and even singing, so why shouldn’t Mattel make a doll of her?

Fan is stunning in the recreation of the Dragon Robe mermaid gown she wore on the red carpet by the fashion designer Laurence Xu . This doll…

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#IntegrityToys Elise Jolie in the Zuhair Murad Barbie gown. #FashionRoyalty #Doll @integrity_toys

#IntegrityToys Elise Jolie in the Zuhair Murad Barbie gown. #FashionRoyalty #Doll @integrity_toys

Zuhair Murad Barbie Doll Review

Zuhair Murad Barbie Doll Review

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Today we are taking a look at the new Zuhair Murad designer doll from Mattel. This doll is a beautiful doll. Her dress is better in person than in the prototype picture. It has a shine to the glitter on the gown. Her facial screening and hairstyle is very reminiscent of the Pinch of Platinum Barbie doll that Mattel released back in 2011. This is the same designer that did the Jennifer Lopez dress…

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