The final issue of House of X has come out and Jonathan Hickman's restructuring of the mutant corner of the Marvel Universe is done. Not really, because Powers of X #6 has yet to come out, and there has always been a little present day development in there. Nevertheless, we finally see all the pieces in place for how mutants are acting in the present day when it comes to the rest of the world.
The Legion of Super-Heroes is officially back! Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #2 gives us the formal introduction of the 31st century's premiere team of teenage super-heroes! Technically, that was back in Superman #14, but this is the lead-in to their new series. Legion fans have been waiting for this for years, so how does it stack up?
I know it gets tiring reading web site after web site and seeing the same press releases. That's why I tend to include it at the end of the article. We tend to take a look at every press release. I share only the ones that I really think have potential. I tend not to say a lot, because most press releases don't say too much. Nevertheless, I read this one from Image and thought it looked very interesting.
I cant believe how long its been since I actually posted something for Needless Toys. Shame on me! Anywho I have booth pics for several shows with plenty more to come! I will also update the page with upcoming show appearances and who knows what new items we will have. Booth images from: Charleston Oak
So this will be a longer than usual post and a bit of a rant. Could anyone imaging a company screwing up a self owned property that at one time ruled the toy shelves? No its not Mattel with MOTU; it’s definitely not Playmates with TMNT so who could it be? The guilty party is
Hi folks, its has been a while! I know toy news has been non existent for a while but our comic section has been rocking. Consider this a restart for many different things for the website. Our focus is going to be more of what drives us as collectors and fans. News will come but
Oni Press is merging with Lion Forge. The announcement makes it seem that Lion Forge's parent company, Polarity, is purchasing Oni Press, but the move is being marketed as a merger. I'm still trying to determine what this news means.
It seems like forever since I reviewed a new comic, much less read a new batman comic. It seems like I only show up in Gotham when something big is happening. However, this issue caught my eye because it's an Amanda Conner one. The preview pages had the feeling that Tom King was giving her a script that suited her talents and were much like the work that she and her husband Jimmy Palmiotti have come to be known for. While I like the creators behind this issue, I really dislike the way Batman has been treated in recent years.
Big Guy and Rusty the Boy Robot is a cartoon based on the 1995 comic of the same name. What many people don't realize is that there was a toy line for the cartoon during the time it aired on Fox Kids (1999-2001). Join me as we look back at the Bandai toyline and a surprise bonus.
Exciting news coming from DC UNIVERSE, starting this weekend and for a limited time, the first episodes of each exclusive original series: TITANS, DOOM PATROL and YOUNG JUSTICE: OUTSIDERS will be available for anyone to view without a subscription. For anyone who hasn’t yet subscribed to the one-of-a-kind digital service, now is the chance to
Bandai has been producing some amazing Dragon Ball figures for the US Market and coming soon will be Dragon Ball Stars Action Figure Wave 9. There has been tons of speculation on who will be in this wave and we finally got some conformation. Look for Super Saiyan 4 Goku ,Frieza 1st Form and Piccolo to round out
At Wal-Marts all over the country, DC Comics makes stories available featuring their greatest heroes. The general purpose seems to be to get comics in the hands of new readers, perhaps even those that do not have easy access to a comic book shop. The general public will read this as "kids," and in some cases, they're not far off. That's why it's disturbing that the original content offered up in Superman Giant #7 is literally twelve pages of Lois Lane being repeatedly tortured and murdered.