I'll be honest, I never saw any of the Disney Pirates of the Caribbean movies (until this weekend) and never had an interest in the pirate genre. But then I saw these figures in Target and had to have them. I especially like the mini-figs, kind of like Funko, Hasbro Heroes, or Imaginext figures. What also caught my attention were the ghost pirates. Anything ghost or skeleton as a character is a lot of fun. And now that I saw the first movie, Curse of the Black Pearl, I see there are a lot of undead characters in these movies.
So here are the figures from the latest movie, Dead Men Tell No Tales. The amount of minifigs and the ship will definitely add some fun playtime or diorama building in any household.
Even though the season is over, I have to give love to my Chicago Bulls, and specifically Dwayne Wade, who grew up in Chicago, and decided to give his hometown team a chance after winning three titles with the Miami Heat.
When Hasbro announced the 6 inch Black Series 40th Anniversary Star Wars collection, fans went wild. If you missed some of the first releases (Han, R2), you now had a chance to grab them. Even better, Hasbro finally finished out the original 12 figures. The Jawa and Death Squad Commander were now going to join the fray. Here are the original 12 with the stand which came with the exclusive Darth Vader.
The original 12 plus 3 (X-Wing Luke, R5D4, Greedo) of the next eight. Hoping for Walrusman, Snaggletooth, Power Droid, Death Star Droid and Hammerhead somewhere down the line.
And adding Boba Fett after sending in my five proofs of purchase. :-)