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  2. The wait is over, and the battle date is set! Super Saiyans Goku and Vegeta will gather to face their most powerful foe ever on January 16th – the official theatrical opening date for Dragon Ball Super: Broly, announced today by Funimation Films. The 20th film from the franchise and first from the Dragon Ball Super series, Dragon Ball Super: Broly is based on the original story, screenplay and character designs of creator Akira Toriyama and features an updated art style reminiscent of the classic bestselling Dragon Ball manga series. To celebrate the new film, Funimation will host a star-studded red carpet world premiere of the English dub on Thursday, December 13th at the historic TCL Chinese Theater in Hollywood. Expected guests will include the stars of the English cast, celebrity guests and studio executives. “We’re thrilled to finally share the official opening date of ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ with fans since first announcing the acquisition in July, ” said Gen Fukunaga, CEO and President of Funimation. “From its updated art style to the assembly of canon characters new and old, ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’ is sure to please fans. Creator Akira Toriyama’s imagination and masterful storytelling truly shine through in this exciting new movie.” As earlier announced and as part of the film’s promotion, a Dragon Ball Super: Broly panel will take place at New York Comic Con 2018 on Friday, October 5th at 6:00 p.m. in the Hulu Theater at Madison Square Garden. The newly expanded list of confirmed special guests consists of Masako Nozawa (original Japanese voice of Goku), the film’s director Tatsuya Nagamine, Sean Schemmel (current English voice of Goku) Christopher Sabat (current English voice of Vegeta), Monica Rial (current English voice of Bulma and panel emcee), Jason Douglas (current English voice of Beerus), Ian Sinclair (current English voice of Whis) and Vic Mignogna (reprising his role as English voice of Broly). Dragon Ball Super: Broly follows the events of the hit anime series Dragon Ball Super, the first new Dragon Ball storyline from original creator Akira Toriyama in more than 18 years. Since premiering in summer 2015, Dragon Ball Super has propelled the popularity of the franchise globally – with both lifelong fans and a new generation of children and teens. The last Dragon Ball film, Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ (2015), was a box office hit – grossing $8M in North America to become the first independent film to make the Top 10 list of highest grossing anime films domestically.
  3. Following an exciting Power Morphicon reveal of the three main Power Rangers Beast Morphers cast - Rorrie Travis (Red Ranger), Jacqueline Scislowski (Yellow Ranger) and Jasmeet Baduwalia (Blue Ranger) - Hasbro is today unveiling additional, awesome new cast members from the series! See below for a list of the newly announced Beast Morphers cast, including their full names, character names and headshots, along with the previously announced cast info. The POWER RANGERS are going full on "beast mode" with its 26th season of Power Rangers Beast Morphers, which releases on Nickelodeon in 2019. Featuring an all-new cast of heroes and villains, Beast Morphers will expand the POWER RANGERS universe with tactical leather suits, 'Beast Bot' sidekicks and elevated battle footage. POWER RANGERS BEAST MORPHERS CAST DETAILS: Name: Abraham Rodriguez Character Name: Nate Name: Colby Strong Character Name: Blaze Name: Cosme Flores Character Name: Ben Name: Kristina Ho Character Name: Betty Name: Liana Ramirez Character Name: Roxy Name: Rorrie Travis Character: Red Ranger Name: Jacqueline Scislowski Character: Yellow Ranger Name: Jasmeet Baduwalia Character: Blue Ranger
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  5. I definitely dig that Lando plush... I wouldn’t mind getting my hands on one.
  6. When I first saw pictures of this box, there wasn’t anything denoting the scale... I remember thinking, ‘there’s no way that sucker is in-scale with 6” figures’. So, I’m actually majorly blown away that that proved to be the case! Also, I have to agree; I think the classic Toy Biz one is actually much better looking.
  7. I’ve still got to get around to seeing ‘Iron giant’... But man, I do love the look of this figure.
  8. The best thing this movie has going for it, at fave value, is the casting... I don’t know much else about it, apart from that. So, my hopes for it are moderately low. But, I’m prepared and hopeful to be blown out of the water.
  9. ^ You’ve gotta be incredibly, extremely careful these days, if you want to avoid spoilers. It’s a madhouse, out there.
  10. Same... My fingers are well and truly crossed that it blows my expectations out of the water.
  11. ^ I didn’t know much about Maron until stumbling across a podcast he did, talking to Robin Williams, some time before his death. Then suddenly, I began to see his name cropping up all over the place.
  12. I’m all about those pink tips, though... Not having watched the show in a while, a lot of these preview images make me think it’s like an alternate universe aesthetic.
  13. Agreed... That was something else I was reminded of, looking at this piece.
  14. Yea, I didn’t even realize until I looked up close at the picture, that his torso is basically just a brick.
  15. I second the above inquiry; Did you manage to get them in store, or via online preorder, or something?
  16. I’ve not followed the property very much, but seeing as the central character of this line is a rabbit, for all intents and purposes, why can’t we get more Usagi Yojimbo? I know there have been a few exclusives released of him, in the last few years. But, I wouldn’t mind picking up just a standard figure of him, at some point.
  17. Not to mention the myriad QC issues they seem to have, over and over again. In nearly every video I’ve ever seen showcasing Pops, there’s always something wrong with the paint apps.
  18. THIS. I mean, it’s actually pretty crazy. There are photos that crop up on FB where entire walls are Pops that are lined and stacked up. It makes you think they’re using ‘em as a replacement for wallpaper. And, I just don’t see the desire, beyond the very few that I’d actually consider picking up — which is character/line specific.
  19. I can see it three ways; One, that’s actually pretty damn hilarious. Two, eh — there ain’t nothing wrong with it. And three, channeling Billy Crystal from the movie ‘Forget Paris’, when channel surfing in his hotel room and stumbling onto a female bodybuilding competition, he retorts sarcastically: ‘Whoo, too much of a good thing.’
  20. I mean, objectively speaking, now... Holy gawd, yowza. Them gams, if I don’t say so, myself.
  21. They do tend to retweak the whole gamut every other year, don’t they... That’s a large part of why I stepped away from comics back in the middle 90s. And again, after getting back into them for the New 52. They just can’t seem to find a base storyline and stick to it.
  22. I second that, actually.
  23. I grew up a Batman fan, same as most other folks... But, does he really need to be a part of everything? I mean, can he not take a vacation, at some point? I really think they’re oversaturating the character. But, maybe that’s just me.
  24. It’s just like anything else... People grew up with it, and continue to have a fondness and nostalgia for it. Even if it isn’t your bag, it still is a lot of folks’. While I’m not bang on crazy for ‘em, I still mad dig ‘em, going back to my childhood, with things like The Muppet Show, Fraggle Rock and Sesame Street.
  25. Oh man, who can forget Animal’s raving lunacy at seeing an exceptional looking lady; ‘Woman, woman, woman!!!’ He was a Muppet after my own heart.
  26. Although, the Falconzord kind of makes me think of a mechanized Iago.
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