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  2. Having recently come back together for Dreamwave's War Within: The Dark Ages in 2003, Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman sat down for Australian distributor Madman Entertainment's G1 DVD set for a near-hour-long interview. View the full article
  3. Mezco Toyz Fair returns and this February, even if the TIA wants to move International Toy Fair elsewhere! Mezco Toyz Fair is a 3 week event featuring exclusives, new brand announcements, new product drops, awesome games, and mind-blowing reveals! ⁠ Save these dates! February 7th - 9th, 14th - 16th, 21st - 23rd!⁠ For 3 consecutive Wednesdays in February, a brand-new product drop will be available at 1:00pm ET! There's a lil something-something for everbody! - Feb 8th - An exclusive One:12 Collective figure - Feb 15th - Something so exciting for Living Dead Dolls fans, it gives us chills! - Feb 22nd - Something monstrously awesome for kaiju fans!
  4. Great review! This wasn't one I was planning on picking up but he definitely is more interesting in hand. Thanks for showing him off! (Also, the pic of him Shazam'ing off the stand is totally what caught my eye at first, lol!)
  5. Well these actually look decent. Proportions look good. Man at arms needs a mustache.
  6. My thing is I will believe it when I see it. Shazam, Aquaman, Blue Beetle and Flash to me are pointless because its pretty obvious those really aren't part of this new direction and the moment one of these movies fails to have a stellar box office take I feel like the WB execs will just scrap it all again.
  7. Can't say I ever thought I'd see an Authority (live action) film being made. Which I suppose is kind of ironic, since it was very specifically drawn in the most cinematic fashion possible. I have to admit I'll look forward to it, but then I have a deep soft spot for Ellis' Wildstorm stuff. The Authority might not be the best of the bunch-- his Stormwatch run is criminally underrated, and Planetary is full stop one of my favorite comics of all time, but I'll take what I can get.
  8. I've wanted a good Ultraman figure to add to my collection for a while now since reading the Marvel run from not too long ago, but I'm not paying $150 for one.
  9. Hasbro's Studio Series desginer Sam Smith @king_samlock drops in with more concept images and details on the making of the Transformers: Rise Of The Beast toys. Today he's shared the design notes on the Leader Scrouge figure. Check out the behind the scenes on this figure from the TF7 movie that is coming to screens in June 2023. View the full article
  10. UGH!!! THEY HAD A SWAMP THING!!! It was actually pretty good. The movies do not sound promising at all! Supergirl sounds like a Captain Marvel clone Lanterns sounds very good. Not much to go on Booster Gold but optimistic about it. I see he has stuck with some of his Suicide Squad characters (which I just don't care about anymore)
  11. From the Ultraman Suit Another Universe project, the Ultraman Suit Tiga Power Type variant joins the FigZero line! It dons a metallic red color and includes additional gear originally designed by threezero! The Ultraman Suit Tiga Power Type FigZero 1:6 Scale Action Figure stands approximately 12 2/5-inches tall and has over 47 points of articulation. Ultraman Suit Tiga Power Type has an exquisitely detailed paint application and is constructed partially of die-cast metal parts. LED light-up features are installed in the eyes, at the Tiga Crystal on the forehead, and the Color Timer on the chest. You can pre-order this figure now from our sponsor Entertainment Earth with FREE SHIPPING. The original supplementary gear designed for this figure include a pair of Shoulder Boosters and Deracium Gauntlets. The Shoulder Boosters are interchangeable with the standard shoulder armor, and the Deracium Gauntlets consist of a detachable base and outer piece. The knuckles of the outer piece are articulated to be able to cover the fist! This Ultraman Suit Tiga Power Type FigZero 1:6 Scale Action Figure includes the following accessories: 2x Pairs of interchangeable shoulder parts: 1x pair of standard shoulder armors and 1x pair of Shoulder Boosters 1x Pair of Deracium Gauntlets (can be separated into base and outer piece) 2x Pairs of interchangeable forearm covers: 1x pair of Zeperion Beam Shooting Device in closed form and 1x pair in opened form 3x Pairs of interchangeable hands: 1x pair of fists, 1x pair of opened hands, 1x pair for Zeperion Beam shooting pose
  12. I knew Gunn was the wrong guy for this. Tom King should not be anywhere near this yet Gunn is using him. Damien before Dick, Jason or Tim? The Authority sounds like Gunns mediocre Suicide Squad. Weasel is still there? Of course he keeps Amanda Waller(Davis) but not Cavill or Affleck? I don't want DC movies to be any thing like Marvel movies...in fact I'm burned out on Marvel movies but here's Gunn trying to out Marvel, Marvel. Very disappointing so far.
  13. I'm looking forward to a fresh start for the DCU. Hopefully this will properly launch the universe as it always should have been. Most of the DC movies in my lifetime have been a complete dumpster fire outside of perhaps the Nolan/Bale Batman trilogy, the Joaquin Phoenix Joker movie and the Jason Mamoa Aquaman movie. I don't think that it's realistic to believe that they could ever compete with Marvel but hopefully they at least provide a strong alternative. DC Comics certainly has an extremely strong roster of characters to work with if they're willing to go beyond just Batman and Superman. However, Warner Brothers never seems to have any vision or give anyone much of a leash to work wth, so it also won't surprise me at all if they pull the plug really quickly if the first 2 movies don't make $1 billion each. Of the projects outlined, The Authority movie is the one that I find most interesting. I've always enjoyed those comics immensely and I feel like it's likely to be the biggest step away from what has been done before. It may fail massively due to lack of character name recognition for the general public - but Gunn has had success before with another property whose characters' had very little name recognition with the general public, with the Guardians of the Galaxy. I'll certainly be rooting for success for all of these projects and the entire DCU going forward.
  14. Following the Transformers Fanstream, we have the official images and product descriptions from Hasbro on all of today's new reveals. Look for these new releases to go up for prorder today at 1pm ET / 10am PT at the following sponsor links: [SHOP-LINKS]Celebrate the last 40 years of Transformers history with Transformers Legacy action figures for boys and girls. View the full article
  15. According to DC.com James Gunn and Peter Safran met with members of the media yesterday to announced the first 10 projects they will be doing for the newly formed DCU. Movies Superman: Legacy Safran: (This) is really the launch of the DCU. The first two projects are an amuse-bouche for what’s coming up with Superman: Legacy. James is currently writing it. We’re hoping that he will direct it. It’s not an origin story. It focuses on Superman balancing his Kryptonian heritage with his human upbringing. Superman represents truth, justice and the American way. He is kindness in a world that thinks of kindness as old fashioned. Gunn: With our stories, we want to take it away from good guy vs. bad guy. There are really good—almost saintly—people and Superman is among them. There are really terrible villains like Gorilla Grodd or the Joker. And then there’s everybody in between them, so there are all these shades of gray which allow us to tell complex stories. Safran: And we have a release date for this—July 11, 2025. (A separate Superman movie produced by J.J. Abrams through Bad Robot, and written by Ta-Nehisi Coates, remains in development and would exist outside the DCU.) “The Authority” Gunn: This is one of my real passion projects. I’ve been working really hard on it with the writers and we’re starting to put together the entire story. This is a big movie. I don’t know how many of you are familiar with the Authority. They’re WildStorm characters. WildStorm was a comics imprint that was bought by DC that I really love. We’re moving a lot of these WildStorm characters into the DCU. The Authority’s a very different kind of superhero story. They are basically good-intentioned, but they think that the world is completely broken and the only way to fix it is to take things into their own hands, whether that means killing people, destroying heads of state, changing governments—basically, whatever they want to do to make the world better. We’ll see how that journey goes for them. There are morally gray characters (in our DCU), of which these are. PS: We love that they think the ends justify the means and they’re the ones that decide what the right ends are. “The Brave and the Bold” Gunn: This is the introduction of the DCU’s Batman. It is not Robert Pattinson. It is not Ben Affleck. We’re working with Robert on The Batman – Part II with Matt Reeves, and we’re working with Ben Affleck, who has been a part of our team trying to bring things together and he really wants to direct one of our projects. We’re excited for him to do that. This is a story of Damian Wayne, who’s Batman’s actual son that he didn’t know existed for the first eight to ten years of his life. He was raised as a little murderer and assassin. He’s my favorite Robin. It’s based on the Grant Morrison comic run, which is one of my favorite Batman runs. We’re putting it all together right now. Safran: This is going to feature other members of the extended Bat-Family. Just because we feel like they’ve been left out of the Batman stories in the theater for far too long. The Robert Pattinson’s Batman return is set. Matt Reeves’ “The Batman Part II” will open in theaters on Oct. 3, 2025. “Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow” Gunn: This is based on Tom King (and Bilquis Evely)’s wonderful comic. Tom has been one of the architects of this entire situation. He’s been one of the guys in the room with us, along with four or five other writers. I love his take on these characters. He just turns them slightly to be something very unique. In our story, we have Superman who was sent to Earth and raised by incredibly loving parents. Kara was on Krypton. She was on a piece of Krypton that drifted away from the planet and she lived there for the first fourteen years of her life in a horrible situation where she watched everyone around her die. So, she’s a much harsher and more f*cked up Supergirl than you’ve been used to thus far. “Swamp Thing” Safran: The final film we wanted to talk about is Swamp Thing. We bring it up because it’s important to point out that in these stories, although they’re interconnected, they’re not all tonally the same. Each set of filmmakers bring their own aesthetic to these films, and the fun is seeing how these tonally different works mash up in the future. This is a film that will investigate the dark origins of Swamp Thing. Television “Creature Commandos” James Gunn: The first series that we’re doing, and I’ve already written the entire series, is Creature Commandos. This is an animated TV series and this is art from the animation company that’s doing it. Creature Commandos is based on the great team from DC. What we’re doing with the DCU is we’re having animation tied directly into live action. Television, movies and games all intertwine within the same universe. We’re going to cast actors that are going to be able to play the characters in this, as well as in other things, some of which we’ve already cast. I’ve written all seven episodes of this show and it’s in production now. In the image (going from left to right), that's Rick Flag, Sr. He's going to show up in other stuff. Then Nina Mazursky. Doctor Phosphorus, a Batman villain. Frankenstein—Eric Frankenstein, specifically. The Bride of Frankenstein, who's the lead. Finally, G.I. Robot and Weasel. “Waller” Gunn: Viola Davis is coming back as her character, Amanda Waller. This is also going to have some of the Peacemaker team in it as regulars on the show. This basically follows up Peacemaker. We have two great creatives working on it: Christal Henry, who was a writer on Watchmen, and Jeremy Carver who created Doom Patrol. They have this incredibly marvelous story worked out that I think is really fantastic. Peter Safran: This series will sit between Peacemaker season one and season two. “Lanterns” Safran: Our next project is another television series. We call it Lanterns and it is starring two of our favorite Green Lanterns—Hal Jordan and John Stewart. It’s going to be with HBO Max, as all of our series are that we’re going to talk about today. It is more of a True Detective-type mystery with our two Lanterns. A terrestrial-based mystery— Gunn: —that leads into the overall story that we’re telling throughout the different movies and television shows. We find this ancient horror on Earth, and these guys are basically supercops on “Precinct Earth.” Safran: The story is going to weave back and forth between the films and the television shows. Peacemaker is a good example of how that works, and that’s what we’re going to do with this big overarching story that we’re telling. “Paradise Lost” Safran: This is a Game of Thrones-type story about Themyscira/Paradise Island, home of the Amazons and the birthplace of Wonder Woman. This involves all of the darkness, drama and political intrigue behind this society of only women. Gunn: It’s an origin story of how this society of women came about. What does it mean? What are their politics like? What are their rules? Who’s in charge? What are the games that they play with each other to get to the top? I think it’s really exciting. Safran: The events really take place before Diana’s birth. “Booster Gold” Safran: A total fan favorite, as you know. A loser from the future who uses his basic future technology to come back to today to pretend to be a superhero. Gunn: I think of it as basically the story of a superhero’s imposter syndrome. How do you deal with that? (It’s about) how he tries to use this future technology to be loved by the people of today and what is really at the base of that. It’s a character story that’s going to be a very different type of show, and we’re talking to an actor about it now. Gunn: We are actually developing a few other things as well, but for one reason or another, we can’t say them. This is the first batch of stuff, but there may be a couple of surprises to come.
  16. New Masters of the Universe listings have popped up on the etailer site DeepDiscount. Some of these listings we had already seen late last year on Amazon. Masterverse - Whiplash - Buzz-Off (Also seen on Amazon) - Classic Mer-Man (Also seen on Amazon) - Ram Man - Grizzlor - Faker (Not a Deluxe) - Figure 13 - Figure 14 - Figure 15 - Figure 16 - Deluxe Figure 4 Origins - Figure 13 - Figure 14 - Figure 15 - Figure 16 - Snake Teela - Snake Trooper - Deluxe Figure 3 - Deluxe Figure 4 - Talon Fighter with Point Dread CGI Animated Series - Animated Figure 7 - Savage Eternia Skeletor A number of these listings use code names. Amazon had also listed Masterverse Prince Adam and Horde Skeletor.
  17. McFarlane DC Multiverse Fury of the Gods Movie Shazam Review This is a surprising and delightful figure, one of the top DC figures from McFarlane for sure! ___________________________________________________________________________ Follow GeekHangover Follow Us on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/geekhangover/ Follow Us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/GeekHangover/ Follow Us on Twitter https://twitter.com/GeekHangover Follow Us on Tik Tok https://www.tiktok.com/@geekhangover?
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