NECA “Ultimate” Jason Voorhees from Friday the 13th part 6 NECA is killing it lately. They’ve found this fantastic spot where sculpt and articulation exist in harmony and the figures look great and move well. To really drive the point home, they’ve been doing Ultimate releases of their figures and dude. DUDE. They live up to the hype. This Jason Voorhees figure is the first real “zombie” Jason—part 6 sees a slightly older Tommy Jarvis dig up Jason’s grave “just to be sure.” He then stabs the corpse with a long metal rod, which gets struck by lightning and BOOM! Zombie Jason lives to slay again. If you’re unaware, Tommy killed Jason in part 4 by shaving his head, pretending to be a young Jason and then putting a machete through the killer’s head.
Star Wars Movie Realization Samurai General Darth Vader That’s a mouthful of a name for a toy. But if you’re confused what it is after reading that, your reading comprehension skills are frighteningly low. Anyway. This review is going to talk specifically about the first release of this figure. The biggest differences are the emblem on his helmet and toward the bottom of his skirt. The newer one has a big gold approximation of the Death Star for a hood ornament and frankly, I don’t dig it. The newer version also comes with an extra sword but that’s not enough of a reason for me to buy it.
We're going to share an initial, and hopefully spoiler-free, Star Wars: The Force Awakens review.
Jessica Jones is the latest Netflix television entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Like most of you, I binge watched it over several days. I couldn't do it in one sitting, because I have a day job, a family and other obligations aside from a TV series. Now I'm done with it and I'm ready to share my thoughts on it. Be warned, there will probably be spoilers from this point on, so don't say you weren't warned.
This season of The Flash looks to be one with plenty of Easter eggs for comic book fans. Already two episodes in and we have had Atom Smasher, Jay Garrick and references to numerous other comic book characters. This week's episode "Flash of Two Worlds" was ripe with references to various comic book stories.