RetroBlasting pulls anchors and sets sail on the most epic restoration of all: The U.S.S. Flagg! In this prologue, Michael tackles the repair of the microphone bullhorn for the Flagg's sound effects. Made by Hasbro in 1985, the item was actually a generic bicycle accessory outfitted with custom G.I. Joe sounds.
RetroBlasting is back at Dragon*Con 2017 with the American Sci-Fi Classics Track trying to figure out how G.I. Joe jumped the SHARC in 1987! Knowing is half the panel, and neon is the other half!
RetroBlasting and the American Sci-Fi Classics Track at Dragon*Con 2017 attempt to end the ultimate 80s grudge match: Transformers vs. GoBots in this complete presentation!
Michael revisits his memories of the Star Wars: Revisited saga by Adywan in the wake of the release of The Empire Strikes Back: Revisited in this unplugged, unscripted recollection.
RetroBlasting concludes its retrospective review of Warren Beatty's Dick Tracy with the 1990 Dick Tracy action figure line from Playmates!
Michael unboxes a new arrival in the NEW RetroBlasting Archive Studio!!!
RetroBlasting grabs the radio watch and calls Dick Tracy...like they see it! Michael reviews the 1990 summer mega hit. Does the movie live up to its ambitions or is it just plain yellow?
RetroBlasting says goodbye to an actor, comedian and a super hero that extended across generations. Adam West, best known to the world as the Caped Crusader himself -- Batman.
A very special episode of RetroBlasting looks at the 1983 G.I. Joe Dragonfly helicopter from Hasbro, and goes deeper into the history of the vehicle that inspired it: The Bell AH-1 Cobra, as well as an interview with one of the men who flew them in combat in Vietnam!
We've been around 5 years?! Might as well answer some questions! 2012-2017!