Mezco has revealed just a few new figures for SDCC 2018 and wow, fans are stoked! Coming up will be a Lockjaw and Black Bolt set (we are assuming), a Ghost Rider and Magneto! Hopefully Mezco has something else to show but we will see! Fingers crossed!!
Here is a sneak peek at some of the Transformers on display at SDCC. We now have a good look at the Walmart G1 releases and a few other surprises as well. Look for more reveals soon from Hasbro and More!!
DC COLLECTIBLES ANNOUNCES NEW STATUES AND ACTION FIGURES AHEAD OF SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON 2018 Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Amber Heard’s Mera and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s Black Manta Will Swim to Life as 12″ Statues in November 2018 New ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ 6’’ Action Figures and Batcycle Set to Debut in 2019 Fan-Favorite
Dark Horse has revealed an incredible 6 inch Hellboy figure and it looks like he will fit in just fine with the One 12 Collective line. This will be offered up through direct.darkhorse.com and all the pre order info will be revealed soon enough. This just became the most anticipated figure of 2019. Check out
Sideshow has kicked off their SDCC coverage with a ton of reveals! New Star Wars is coming along with plenty of Marvel and DC characters. The surprise hit could very be the John Wick 12 inch Hot Toy! Oh so much goodness is here folks so take a look and check back throughout the week
The Previous two Kim & Kim series have been real favorites of mine. Seeing the announcement of the third series starting, on my birthday no less, was a real treat. Immediately, I dived into it. Did it live up to my expectations?
The new Spawn film is shaping up to be a major event. First it cast Oscar winner Jamie Foxx as the titular character. Now word has come out the film has cast Jeremy Renner, best known to comic fans as Hawkeye from the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Renner will play Twitch, a detective that crosses paths with Spawn.
It's really sad when I want to review an old Marvel comic like The Eternals and I can't use my Marvel Unlimited membership. I wanted to review this from the first time I read it and saw that it drew inspiration from Erich von Däniken's book Chariots of the Gods. I don't buy the "ancient astronauts" theory. It is a little entertaining to watch how proponents work evidence to meet their theory. I watch them ignore basic elements of artistic representation to make ancient works of art literal interpretations rather than rich, symbolic visual poetry. I find the thought that a lack of modern scientific discoveries made ancient man less intelligent almost offensive.
In the past month there have been two comic book weddings that were touted a little bit. One moreso than the other. In X-Men Gold #30, We had the wedding of Colossus and Kitty Pryde. In Batman #50, we had the wedding of Batman and Catwoman. I'm going to compare the two, as they are very similar tales. In doing so, there will be spoilers.
I'm really enjoying Comicbookgirl19's Epic History of the X-Men video series, so I decided to something similar with the Legion of Super-Heroes. I have a love for the Legion that goes back to the point where I truly fell in love with comic books. I have tried to chronicle this through my Reviews of Old Comics, but I can only go so fast, and I try to only do a Legion comic once a month, if I'm updating once a week, which schedules sometimes just can't allow.
Steve Ditko passed away last week, and his death was just announced by the New York Police Department. They found his body in his apartment on June 29. According to the Hollywood Reporter, he was dead for two days. The early reporting is that he died of a heart attack brought about by cardiovascular disease. Ditko was a reclusive person, shying away from publicity, and eschewing attention.