It's almost the end of 2017, and I thought I'd end it with a list of my top five favourite action figures this year. (Note: I had originally wanted to include Mezco Toyz's Captain America and BVS Batman in the list but since those were actually release towards the tail end of last year...) SO here you are, The Abah-Geek's top five list of best figures for the year: 5. Articulated Icons: The Feudal Series Deluxe White Ninja Its a no-brainer why this figure made the list- the q
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