Who is ready for the Justice League Movie? I know I am and to get you all excited, here are the POPS for the film! Admit it, you love that Superman POP too and what about Flash?!? These do look good but know, there will be more! Store exclusives should be revealed soon enough but
Hasbro just sent out a press release showcasing a gorgeous Masterpiece Movie Series Optimus Prime! While i'm no fan of the movie toys, this one looks incredible. Check out the info below and images are included!
Published by Marvel from 1983- 1985, Saga of Crystar was a comic book series created to tie into a toy line. Overall, the comic was atrocious, but it did feature some fantastic covers, most of which were done by Michael Golden. Golden provided some of the best covers of the 1980s.
Boss Fight Studios just posted a full look at both Bucky O’Hare and Jenny! This line is looking sharp and like many, we are all waiting for this to be released. Look for more updates soon! Boss Fight Studio, in conjunction with Neal Adams’ Continuity Studio is proud to debut the first, full look at
Source: The Hollwood Reporter At C2E2, Marvel Comics announced its own relaunch of its entire line that promises to return the company's characters to their roots. It's entitled Marvel Legacy.
Well we have no idea on why Hasbro does bone headed things like this and we will never know. This was a perfect opportunity to get new figures out to the masses but no, it was not to be. If you need a Director Krennic raise your hand! I see no one holding a hand
Good news folks, it looks like we have our first look at Guardians of the Galaxy wave 2 boxed figures! Thanks to Toy Sapiens, we now have those images. This Build a Figure assortment will include the following: Rocket and Baby Groot Gamora Nebula Star-Lord Adam Warlock Ex Nihlo Death’s Head II Build a Figure is
Canadian comic artist Gisèle Lagacé, known most recently for her work on Jem And The Holograms, Archie Meets The Ramones and Betty Boop, was scheduled to be at Artist's Alley and the IDW table at C2E2 in Chicago this weekend. Unfortunately, she won't be there due to problems she encountered at the US Border with Canada. Here is the full recounting she shared on her Facebook page.
I sat down to the start of a new season of Doctor Who anticipating much of what I had gotten from the Stephen Moffat/Peter Capaldi era. The past two seasons have been good, but not great. There were glimmers of light as Capaldi would insert some element of a past incarnation of the Time Lord or as some prior moment from classic Doctor Who was referenced. Overall, there seemed to be a sense that the series was looking for a direction to go, one that would appease fans, the BBC, and the creative spirit at work within the show. Amazingly, we've gotten a premiere that encompassed everything I want from Doctor Who.
We are done! Yes, the journey that was Star Wars Celebration is now in the books. While this one had issues, Reedpop came through and corrected some of those issues. The lines to get in the show stretched for miles but apologies were posted and more entrances were opened. This was the largest Celebration yet