A little Micro update

So, I have pics of most of Micro Galaxy Squadron Series 5 up, as well as the Hoth Vault set, which I keep on the main MGS page with the SDCC exclusives. I also finished an article on the size of the AT-TE, which subsequently made me question life...so there's that. I'm hoping I can do some more scaling when the MGS AT-TE comes out. Also, my U-wing still hasn't shipped from Amazon, and I'm hoping to do a video review on that one.

Lastly, I'm considering doing a full archive of pics for Micro Machines. Now, I have tons of loose Micros, but few playsets. So I may ask for contributions if anyone wants to try out their photography skills. I don't know of any other Micro Machines archives anymore. Most have gone the way of the passenger pigeon.

Hand-Sculpted Custom Micro Machine Figures!!!

I don't know if any of you know of Brian Webb or the amazing Micro Machine custom figures he did like 10 years ago, but he recently started up again. His Patreon page, Galactic Micro Figures, is something EVERY Micro Machines fan needs to check out. He personally sculpts, molds, casts, and hand paints all of the figures. And, it's only $8 a month for a figure (multiple figures, input on projects, and other goodies cost extra credits).

But seriously, this guy is amazing. I am so thankful he is sharing his art and abilities with the world, and I can't wait to see what all comes next. Please consider checking out his page and maybe joining. And yes, the figures are Micro Machine scaled with custom cases and printed cards to match Galoob's packaging.

Looking Back on Star Wars Action Fleet

I didn't write it, but I loved the recent Gizmodo article by James Whitbrook: I Miss Star Wars Action Fleet. Yes, Rebel Scale is featured on there for several pics, but mostly I love how he put into words how much many of us LOVED the Action Fleet line. So, if you haven't seen it yet, please do.

As a quick update, I am slowly going through and uploading higher resolution photos of everything. This is going to take a while, but it will be worth it. Luckily, I have the originals of nearly everything. And I've thought about doing pages for Micro Machines and Titanium series, like what I did with Action Fleet, complete with photos and extra info. Anyway, I wish everyone the best. Thank you for your continued support.