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!
Hasbro has revealed a new SDCC Exclusive and it's non other than The Last Knight Voyager Class Optimus Prime! This one is sick folks and it includes something really unique. I know fans are not keen on movie figures but this one is hot. Read on for more!
We just got this press release from Playmates. It seems the new Ben 10 toy line is now a Toys R Us exclusive and they are limited! Read on for more!
This coming Monday will see the official pre-order launch of the Wonder Woman One 12 Collective from Mezco. This one will be hot folks so do not hesitate to place that order. Monday we will have a full gallery up but for now check out the teaser below. UPDATE- Pre-orders are live!! Direct from the
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!
Bandai has announced a 1/72 scale perfect grade Millennium Falcon!! This piece looks amazing to say the least and the initial report shows a price tag of $400 USD. Once we get more info on pricing and US availability, we will pass that along. We are hoping Bluefin will carry this item.
This weekend has seen a large number of conventions, including Phoenix Comicon. On Thursday, Phoenix police arrested 30-year-old Mathew Sterling (source) who was dressed in body armor and had made threats to police on social media. He was arrested carrying four guns, including a shotgun, and a knife (source). The incident prompted the Phoenix Comicon to adjust its weapons policy, including the possession of replica weapons. Phoenix Comicon's restrictions were very complete, including all edged weapons, firearms, archery weapons, and weapons from fictional sources, like lightsabers and phasers. In short, if it's a weapon, it's banned.
Bleeding Cool reported on Friday that Marvel Comics had fired X-Men editor Daniel Ketchum. All things being connected in some small way, this firing could be a sign of real problems at Marvel, as the publisher reels from some very noticeable problems in the past few months.
I've been impressed by the new Vampirella series from Dynamite. It harkens back to classic Vampirella stories with it's setting more in the realm of science-fiction rather than horror, super-heroes, or bad girl comic book genres.
I was recently going through my collection and came across some issues of Matt Wagner's Mage, which came out from Comico in the mid 1980s. A little over a decade later, he continued the saga of Kevin Matchstick, inheritor of the legend of King Arthur, In Mage, The Hero Defined from Image Comics. This July, the final chapter, titled Mage, The Hero Denied begins in a new series from Image.