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Tonner Dolls Kermit The Frog Review

Devall is back with an all-new review, and this time he combines his love of Tonner Dolls along with his love for Muppets and out comes a Kermit!

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Jason Devall has been reviewing toys for the better part of a decade. Through the constant changes and obstacles in his life one thing remained constant, his love for toys. This insane love and his unique kookiness gave him the drive to co-create That New Toy Smell and The Pop Culture Network. He has reviewed hundreds of toys from dozens of companies. From masculine toys to, um, not-so-masculine toys, Devall has timelessly put himself aside to review what the people want. Devall also happens to love anything Disney…and Muppets. Yes…don’t forget the Muppets.

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  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Carrie-Blood/100002237368633 Carrie Blood

    What an inaccurate review…
    1) Color of “collar” is off
    2) Miss Piggy and Kermit are NOT in scale. Kermit, as has been well established, is even with Piggy’s shoulders. A simple Google image search gives me several thousand examples of this.
    3) “Collar” is wrong shape

    Not sure why the reviewer is blinded to these defects that make this doll fail to match screen used Kermits. I’m especially baffled as to how he can show a pic of the doll next to the Muppet and say they look alike.

    So much for credibility. Way to shill for a manufacturer.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Andrew-Richards/100003302977405 Andrew Richards

    Yes Devall, you should have travelled halfway round the country gotten hold of the original puppets of Kermit and Piggy from Jim Henson’s studios, pulled out a colour matching chart, a compass and protractor, ruler and micrometer, and gotten exact height measurements to the micrometer, exact angle measurements to the shape of the collar down to the nearest thousandth of a second and matched the colours down to the nearest colour in a colour palette of 24 bit colours. Shame on you (yes I’m typing this as I listen to the latest podcast and struggling not to burst out laughing as I type).