Tons of new images are coming in from Hascon and up first is the reveals from the Transformers: More than Meets the Eye panel at #HASCON.
Tons of images have hit for the upcoming Transformers line- Power of the Primes and we are excited! Transformers have been on a roll lately and Power of the Primes will take the brand to the next level. Check out the images below of Rodimus, Starscream, Jazz, Blackwing and Dreadwind, Beachcomber plus more! Credit goes
Hascon is here folks and first impressions are crucial. From what I see this looks to be fun! While we could not make it do to other obligations, our friends over at Jedi Temple Archives are there in full force! Thus weekend should over us a better glimpse into the future of the Star Wars Vintage Collection, Transformers, Marvel and so much more! Yes I singled out the Vintage Collection because that's what Im excited for the most. GI Joe is the step-child so I expect nothing from that line but the others should yield some fruit.
This is not the type of news we like to report but it looks like Toys R Us is hitting some hard times. Toys R Us is exploring Bankruptcy options and as someone who lived through the KB Toys destruction, I do wonder if they can pull through. Some might not know but the same capital group that owned KB owns Toys R Us. This is what we know:
Let's try to get these Reviews of Old Comics going again, shall we? As if our Spider-Man: Homecoming Banner wasn't a giveaway, this is Marvel Month at Needless Essentials Online. It seemed fitting to start with a Spider-Man comic. Wanting to pull from the run that featured the art of Ron Frenz, my first instinct was to do a review of the return of his original costume, but that issue featured the "origin" of Mary Jane Watson, and feeling rather disappointed after reading it for probably the first time since I was a teenager, opted instead for the previous issue, which revealed the black costume he sported after Secret Wars as an alien symbiote, which would later become the villain Venom. This series set the stage for a character that has become almost as popular as the one that spawned him.
With all of the 80s nostalgia taking place, you might have forgotten about the 80s animated series Robotech. Combining three unrelated anime series (The Super Dimension Fortress Macross, Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross, and Genesis Climber MOSPEADA), Robotech was a cross-media sensation, emerging not only as an animated series, but a 1986 feature film, a toy line, role-playing game, novelizations, and of course comic books. Previous publishers of Robotech comics are DC, Comico, Eternity, Academy, Antarctic, Wildstorm and Dynamite. This summer, Titan gets added to that list.
It looks like BOOM! Studios isn't going anywhere anytime soon. Heck, they could be poised to really take off. 20th Century Fox has purchased a minority share in the independent publisher of Lumberjanes, Mouse Guard, and Irredeemable. BOOM! also has a wide line of licensed titles, but it appears Fox is in it for the original stuff, at least the chance to take it to film and television.
While we are enjoying DC Month on Needless, we wanted to showcase a toy line that is not only fun to collect, but damn tough to collect! That might seem like an oxymoron but trust me, having collecting challenges can be fun! How important is this line to collectors and how did this line shape things to come are two of the questions we will address today and more! Read on for the details!
Tying in to the release of the first ever Wonder Woman feature film, DC Comics, and Diamond Distributors are working with local comic shops nationwide to hold "Wonder Woman Day." As with any celebration like this, I would recommend that you contact your local shop to see what they are doing special for this event.
Last night a new movie premiered from DC (if you did not already know) and boy, was it interesting! The movie is Wonder Woman and so far it is sitting at a 93% Rotten Tomato rating. So how was the movie you ask? Did DC deliver a solid film this time? Read on for more!