San Diego, CA (August 21, 2013) – Darkness falls on the AUTOBOTS this November in the comic book event Transformers: Dark Cybertron! This series pushes the TRANSFORMERS characters to their limits, but they’ll have the help of some creative superstars on their journey.
Our 12th and final G.I. Joe review for wave 3.5 is upon us!! Oh what a happy time we are having! After 2 weeks of all kinds of set backs, pic challenges and so forth we are done! More after the jump!
We are in the final stretch, 11 down and 1 more to go. This marks our 11th G.I. Joe review here at Needless Essentials Online and it's a dozy. This whole wave has been refreshing and full of surprises. There was some figures I knew I was going to love and some I told myself I was going to hate. How did the Commander compare to the others? You will find out after the jump!
War is a disease,” Ales Kot said in an interview with Multiversity Comics, “and it seems that a large part of humanity is obsessed with it.” The writer of comics that range from the stream-of-consciousness apocalyptic tale CHANGE to DC Comics’ Suicide Squad draws on this point of view, developed in his native Czech Republic, for his new series ZERO, out from Image Comics in September. “I’ve seen, first-hand, what kind of damage war inflicts on people, and how often the wounds become obscured as the decades progress,” he said.
KFC Micro Robo MC20, a Not-Perceptor figure based on Perceptor's original Micro Change colors. This primarily black edition of the figure is going to be limited to 1000 pieces AND includes a special collector's coin. Site sponsor Big Bad Toy Store has these up for order. With a 1000 piece limit, these will surly sell out soon. Grab yours today!
The guys over at Art Asylum has released the next round of Ask DST! This time Marvel takes center stage. What do you think the guys will talk about this time? Maybe you sent in a question and your dying to see if they answered it. If you want to know then stay with us after the jump!
Play Imaginative posted some specs on the upcoming Super Alloy Superman. All I will say is there is a fan included at the base to simulate a flowing cape. How cool is that??!!?? Very cool if you ask me. More after the jump!
I have constantly been bombarded with the pandering covers from Zenescope for months now, and it seems just when I think that they can’t get more exploitive, they just continue to find a new benchmark. I've never ventured past the covers until Zenescope visited HeroesCon this year and I felt the urge to walk up to their booth, while they waited for someone to stop and show an interest and just tell them, “There’s nothing good about what you do.” However, that wouldn't have been fair, as I’d just be judging a book by its cover, literally. So I did what any fair person would do, and I read some Zenescope books.
When it was announced that Hasbro was dabbling in a new figure size I was intrigued. If you remember a few years back, there was a rumor that this was going to happen. Well, the time has come and we finally got a Marvel Legends inspired Star Wars figure. The first assortment consisted of: Luke X-Wing, Darth Maul, Sandtrooper and R2-D2. What do we think of this inaugural series? Keep reading to find out!
Okay I have a confession. I told myself I was not going to like this figure because it was a movie sculpt. I was wrong and I admit it. This figure is indeed nice and look at all the gear. He has a weapon for every occasion. Keep reading to see what I think about the Ultimate Duke Action Figure!