general-link asked:

Hello, I am an student at Columbus College of Art and Design and an avid fan. For one of my projects we have to give the history of a toy line and come up with an exclusive toy for comic con. I was wondering if your crew had any ideas of what the transformers collector/fan base would like to see as an exclusive collectors item. Thank you so much, Kate Douglas.

Hi Kate, 

What a great question. 

I’m personally fascinated by the more oddball japanese transformers, such as- 

This and This

So maybe something in everyday life remixed as a transformer would be cool. 

Do you like plastic guns so big that your figure actually needs a special backpack just to hold them up? If so, the Gundam Hail Buster HG 1/100 Scale model is right up your alley. What makes this guy super cool is that he is a High Grade model in the 1/100 scale, this means he has a quick build and is relatively cheap considering it size. If you are looking to jump into Gunpla then I would highly suggest this beast to be your first. If you want more metal on metal action check our Mech vs Mech episode on the Toy Pizza channel and stay tuned for the upcoming Gundam/Gunpla episode.
-BobbyT

Do you like plastic guns so big that your figure actually needs a special backpack just to hold them up? If so, the Gundam Hail Buster HG 1/100 Scale model is right up your alley. What makes this guy super cool is that he is a High Grade model in the 1/100 scale, this means he has a quick build and is relatively cheap considering it size. If you are looking to jump into Gunpla then I would highly suggest this beast to be your first. If you want more metal on metal action check our Mech vs Mech episode on the Toy Pizza channel and stay tuned for the upcoming Gundam/Gunpla episode.

-BobbyT

vladbad asked:

Hey guys! I've really been enjoying the show, especially the Mecha episode. Any chance of you doing one on Shogun Warriors/ Soul of Chogokin?

This is a great idea. We’d have to find a way to parallel something relevant today, so maybe “Giant Robots then and now” or something like that. 

stephen-david asked:

Do you know of any decent site/forum/marketplace for selling toys and collectibles? I've acquired some figures and toys that don't do a whole lot for me through various geeky collectible subscriptions, and I thought it'd be more fun to trade than to just stick them on ebay.

Right now I am buying the most toys on Instagram of all places. It’s great because you can just put up a pic and the price you want. Make sure to use the hast tags #toysforsale #toys4sale #toysfortrade #toys4trade #toycrewbuddies   

Of course there is not the usual protection of eBay but you get transactions going a lot quicker. 

You can also email pics to us at toypizzaemail@gmail and we’ll see if there is anything we’d like :) 

We had a lot of fun at the #getinonthisfye event in Woodbridge, NJ. 

The new concept store is awesome, especially because they have an entire Super7 / Funko ReAction section (and I was able to score the entire Terminator figures). 

Thank you to all the fans that came out, it’s crazy people would travel just to see us. Maybe the free toys we gave away had something to do with it!

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Blasting through like a rolling ball of butcher knives is the Gundam (1/200) RGM-79 HCM Pro figure. A few weeks back I’d posted about this scale and I am now fully hooked on it, its helps that I’ve unearthed a plethora of great action bases. Bandai has even include a rocket launch, some heavy artillery and a heap of other great accessories that are connected to a runner like the Gundam model kits do. Are you interested in more mecha? If so, check out our Mecha episode on the Toy Pizza channel and stay tuned in the future for our in-depth look at Gundam. In the meantime come join us at FYE in Woodbridge, NJ and meet the Toy Pizza Trio. Tons of free toys will be given away and high-fives will be slapped.

Blasting through like a rolling ball of butcher knives is the Gundam (1/200) RGM-79 HCM Pro figure. A few weeks back I’d posted about this scale and I am now fully hooked on it, its helps that I’ve unearthed a plethora of great action bases. Bandai has even include a rocket launch, some heavy artillery and a heap of other great accessories that are connected to a runner like the Gundam model kits do. Are you interested in more mecha? If so, check out our Mecha episode on the Toy Pizza channel and stay tuned in the future for our in-depth look at Gundam. In the meantime come join us at FYE in Woodbridge, NJ and meet the Toy Pizza Trio. Tons of free toys will be given away and high-fives will be slapped.