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The Power of Five: Oblivion
The Power of Five: Oblivion
Price: £4.27

0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Best book ever, 8 April 2013
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A brilliant book by Anthony Horowitz
I recommend this book to anyone of any age
I hope you enjoy this book


Bandai Dragonball Z 4 Pack Figures
Bandai Dragonball Z 4 Pack Figures

3.0 out of 5 stars Not bad..., 13 Nov. 2010
= Durability:5.0 out of 5 stars  = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars  = Educational:2.0 out of 5 stars 
I bought these exactly one year ago. The box is quite nice, and their is a lot of detail put in theses. These were the first Bandai UK toys to be released based on Dragonball Z. Quite recently they released some more. These were also only based on the Buu saga, and that included Super Sayin Trunks, Goten,Goku and Gohan(he is Super Sayin 2, unlike the others, who are all SS1). This series also included Vegeta Base Form, Majin Buu, Mr Satin, Babidi and Dabaura.

But back to these figures. These are made of a hardened soft plastic and because of the massive amount of detail, they have no articulation (movement). Its a 4 figure pack that includes Supreme Gohan in Super Sayin One form, Majin Vegeta 2 (at SS2) performing an Atomic Blast, Super Buu and Super Vegito. The Vegito and the Vegeta and very good. The Vegeta however is very bony and has all his muscles showing a bit over the top. But apart from that, they are very good figures. It would have been 4 stars if not for the poor quality on the Gohan, who is as blank as a sheet of paper and Vegeta's freaky body.


Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief [DVD]
Percy Jackson & The Lightning Thief [DVD]
Dvd ~ Logan Lerman
Offered by DVDBayFBA
Price: £3.99

16 of 43 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars What is this, 28 Mar. 2010
What the heck were the casting people thinking. What was the writer thinking. What the heck was 20th centuary fox thinking.

The casting and story were awful. Here is why
Annabeth is to nice
Annabeth has black hair
Grover is funny
Grover is not nervous about everything
Grover has Black Skin
Percy can breath underwater from the begging
Chiron knows that Percy is Poseidon's son from the begging
Chiron's horse half is black
Chiron is Peirce Brosnan
Percy is not Funny
Medusa is not old
Why is there a woman with Annabeth when she meets Medusa?
How Come Percy can Heal all of a sudden?
why is there no mist?
Why is there no Ares?
Why is there no Clarisse?
Why is there no Charlie Becondorf?
Why is Percy not with Hermes Cabin when he first joins?
Grover does not eat inanimate objects
Where is Selina Borigard?
Where is Lee Fletcher?
Where is Dionysus
This is all that is wrong. There.
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Star Trek XI (2-Disc Edition) - with Free Comic Book (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) [DVD]
Star Trek XI (2-Disc Edition) - with Free Comic Book (Exclusive to Amazon.co.uk) [DVD]
Dvd ~ Chris Pine

4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars This is the Best Star Trek ever, 15 Sept. 2009
Well, I went to see this for my brothers birthday and I was already a massive fan of the seiris, and I am only 14. This is my dad's account, but he let me write this. I went in low hopes, because the more recent films have been stadaly getting more and more repetative, but it was brilliant. Fantastic effects, even if it wasn't Hi-Def, and a fabulous plot with sparks of humor between Kirk, Spock and Mc Coy, and a fantastic cameo by Lenoard Nemoy in the middle and end. The largest laugh of all came when the computor failed to recognise Checov's voice, Brilliant!


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