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  2. Boss Fight Studio has released some new digital render images showing off their upcoming Steve Purcell's Sam & Max Freelance Police figures.
  3. Making it's debut this weekend at the The Official Power Morphicon Convention in Anaheim, California is the new Soul of Chogokin Titanus from Tamashii Nations and Bandai. Check out images of it via Bluefin Distributors below.
  4. We showed you this figure last month during San Diego Comic Con, and now Tamashii Nations has released official images and info for the upcoming S.H. Figuarts Dragon Ball Z Mr. Satan figure. The 6" figure will include three interchangeable face parts, interchangeable hands, multiple belts, and Bee, his dog. Look for it to be released in January.
  5. The official Cartoon Network YouTube has posted a second clip from Transformers: Cyberverse! Titled "The Scout Ship," this clip runs about 2 minutes, and shows Bumblebee & Windblade's continuing quest to access Bee's memories- along with Windblade's new power to launch her wing rotors. Also a brief cameo by Slipstream! Keep reading to see. View the full article
  6. Yesterday
  7. Logline: Set in an alternate history where "superheroes" are treated as outlaws, WATCHMEN embraces the nostalgia of the original groundbreaking graphic novel while attempting to break new ground of its own. Credits: Damon Lindelof: Executive Producer/Writer Nicole Kassell: Executive Producer/Pilot Director Tom Spezialy: Executive Producer Stephen Williams: Executive Producer/Director Joseph Iberti: Executive Producer Watchmen is produced for HBO by White Rabbit in association with Warner Bros. Television, based on characters from DC. Cast: Regina King Jeremy Irons Don Johnson Tim Blake Nelson Louis Gossett Jr. Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Adelaide Clemens Andrew Howard Tom Mison Frances Fisher Jacob Ming-Trent Sara Vickers Dylan Schombing Lily Rose Smith Adelynn Spoon
  8. THE POINT BEING... every five minutes it seems Funko is rolling out a new type of figure (most of them being CRAP), instead of perfecting the only two scales they did that were actually worth the effort.
  9. Who is a part of the Series 61 set? Who? Who? Who? None other than Mr Booty-O’s himself, Big E. What can we say about the “Powerhouse” of The New Day? Well firstly, this figure is without a doubt energetic to a fault. Big E either looks utterly scared or extremely psychotic. Trying to capture an expression that is only seen on the packaging might seem a bit unnecessary. Maybe in the right angle, this face is something Big E would make? Face scans like this make me wish this was on a figure that would be more gimmicky, something like the Retro figures line. Not so much on an Elite Series. Or, have him packed with a second normal expression. The entrance gear is identical to what Big E wears and looks perfect on him. He is massive, as rightfully he should be. His arms seem a bit thin, since Big E is a beast and his arms are no joke in real life. The paint apps are great and it’s important to have Big E in the Elite collection. New day is one of the most over factions in wrestling today, so Big E will be a most sought after figure. His ring gear has so much flexibility and super vibrant, just like all of the members of The New Day have. His build-a-display is fine, but like I've mentioned before, they connect together and it seems to be a bit of a waste of time to connect to make the artwork come together. I will once again state, I wish they had either official logos on the display or a static image from the TitanTtron. Also, if you don't get all the figures, you will have an incomplete background. Other than that, Big E was so much fun to photograph, even with the silly expression. Kids and adult collectors will have more fun playing with and/or displaying this figure. He is well made, perfect paint apps and a key member of WWE Tag Team Division and, I believe, a figure you will not want to pass up. This figure is currently available for pre-order by Mattel on the Amazon SummerSlam Section. Thanks to Mattel for providing this figure free of charge for review. Check out images for the Elite Series wave 61 figures which include Big E below. Follow Rob on social media: Instagram: alternativemindz Twitter: @ AltMindz
  10. And its not about getting along, its about one company not wanting another company impeding upon a license they paid good money for and taking away from their sales.
  11. No in fact NECA and Mattel dont get along hence why those Alien vs Batman and Superman figures have yet to be released.
  12. Well Neca and Mattel seem to get along well enough despite all those Batman figures Neca did. But fine, no monsters, just bring back the Legacy line. No Dorbz, Pops, Poops, Goobs, Gacks or whatever those Rockcandy things are supposed to be.
  13. mako

    Batman's Wedding...What A Joke

    Yeah, I'm sorry, it's an event. But hey, nobody said you can't enjoy an event. If it does it for you, good on you.
  14. yojoebro82

    Batman's Wedding...What A Joke

    This wedding was an event in that it was a key piece in an ongoing story and because Johnny Come Latelies bought it up hoping that it turns into a high value key issue (not necessarily anyone here, but on Facebook, definitely). BUT, I don't think this is the sort of event you're thinking of in that the story was entirely contained within the Batman book. I didn't have to buy a single book outside of the Batman title to know what was going on, and it's been that way since Rebirth started. I greatly appreciate that because it's so rare these days. The big, yearly, multi-part "events" that span several different titles are a big part of why I buy so few comics.
  15. The Ultra Class figures from Cyberverse feature gimmicks that are better activated, with actual buttons and slides that are dedicated to the gimmick. Of the three I like Starscream the best because the missile gimmick reminds me of the classic Macross missile spam. If you're obsessed with articulation these figures are clearly not for you, but if you're looking for chunky robots that are fun; Bumblebee, Starscream, and Grimlock are for you. View the full article
  16. 'm not going to contribute to the rather heated discussion over the use of the term Scout Class for these simplified, half transforming figures. The various size and shapes of Transformers over the years have had a TON of different names. These figures are fun, a seemingly bad word nowadays but it's true. Crashing Megatron and Bumblebee together, for example, is a simple joy. The transformations for each figure are simple but in the case of Bumblebee and Starscream features a few interesting touches. Any recommendations for these figures would fall on deaf ears but they're really not ALL bad. View the full article
  17. Maas Toys - MA-001 Tyrant Throne is a comfortable place to sit your MP-36 to overlook all who follow him. A command position for a commanding figure. The Tyrant Throne is a rotocast chair done in purple to emulate your favorite scenes from this classic animated show. Each throne comes with a removable clear cast perch for an additional over look from those who never fail him, unlike some of his other warriors. View the full article
  18. https://jediinsider.com/243-20011 Star Wars Resistance Premieres Sunday, October 7 at 10pm ET/PT on Disney Channel. Featuring the high-flying adventure that audiences of all ages have come to expect from Star Wars, Star Wars Resistance — set in the time prior to Star Wars: The Force Awakens — will feature the beloved droid BB-8 alongside ace pilots, colorful new characters and appearances by fan favorites including Poe Dameron and Captain Phasma, voiced by actors Oscar Isaac and Gwendoline Christie, respectively. In addition to Isaac and Christie, the voice cast includes actors Christopher Sean (Days of Our Lives), Suzie McGrath (East Enders), Scott Lawrence (Legion), Myrna Velasco (Elena of Avalor), Josh Brener (Silicon Valley), Donald Faison (Scrubs), Bobby Moynihan (DuckTales), Jim Rash (Community), and Rachel Butera (Tammy’s Tiny Tea Time). The series was created by renowned Lucasfilm Animation veteran Dave Filoni (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels); executive-produced by Athena Portillo (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels), Justin Ridge (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels) and Brandon Auman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles); and art-directed by Amy Beth Christenson (Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Star Wars Rebels).
  19. Autobase Aichi has posted new images of upcoming Studio Series figures! #18, VW Bug Bumblebee, sports a package shot and robot and vehicle mode images. #22 and #23, Dropkick & KSI Sentry, are shown in both modes and have images of their unique backdrops. Keep reading to see the figures! View the full article
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  21. I didn’t think I would ever find myself in need of a candy corn color-schemed astromech... But, here we are!
  22. sXeblues

    Horror Five Star Figures From Funko

    What is it with making cutesy versions of horror movie icons? I’m sure I don’t know, but I’ll take one of those Freddys just the same. Too cute!
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