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  1. Shown below via Isaac Wong are over 30 in-hand images for the new Aquaman MAFEX No.115 Mera figure from Medicom Toys. You can purchase this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. The figure includes Alternate head, multiple hands, 2 Water effects, Holographic cylinder and 6 Red effect pieces. Check out all the images below.
  2. Medicom has released official images for their Aquaman Movie MAFEX Aquaman figure which we first saw on display during SDCC back in July. The figure stands 16cm (6.2") tall and comes with two interchangeable facial expressions, interchangeable hands, his trident, and a figure stand with a posing arm. Look for it to be released in July 2019.
  3. Review by: Cheryl Lee-Pow This week finally premieres the long-awaited DC Universe Aquaman, a standalone movie separate from the other members of the Justice League starring Jason Momoa as the titular lead Arthur Curry aka Aquaman. This movie continues from the Justice League movie but takes us to a different space and – well thank goodness for that. Justice League did not fare well with most critics or fans. It failed in many ways, and heavy hopes were placed on both Aquaman and Wonderwoman to help revitalize the DC Universe. DC hopes to steal some of the spotlight away from the blockbuster-breaking Marvel Universe. Does it have that capability? Honestly, not currently! Unless major changes are made in the DC Universe, it has a lot of catching up to do. Perhaps the studio should take notes from DC’s success on television. Aquaman did bring some changes for the better. The movie’s tone was more lighthearted than expected from DC, a universe where the sun never seems to come out and play. The underworld adventures of Aquaman reminds us of that feeling we had when we first saw James Cameron’s Avatar. An awe-inspiring world never seen before that makes you want to believe Atlantis is truly real. As a true comic fan since I was a teenager, Arthur Curry was usually depicted as the all powerful king of the seas, a know-it-all stick-in-the-mud. The character was always very serious in his job as ruler of all things below land. This version of Aquaman is very much different. We have a playful Arthur Curry who initially is unsure of himself. Jason Momoa’s style of acting gives Aquaman a more lighthearted version of Arthur Curry that you can fall in love with. Audiences that fell for the smoldering Khal Drogo from Game of Thrones with surely like this side of Momoa. He has come a long way from his days on Stargate: Atlantis when he was half the size he is now but still with the famous long hair. To the awkwardness of Conan to his awakening as Khal Drogo in Game of Thrones. I may not be a die hard fan but Momoa earned my respect. I look forward to watching his career progress – almost a mirror image to “The Rock”, Dwayne Johnson. The rest of cast balances and rounds out the movie. When Nicole Kidman plays Atlanna, mother of Arthur and Orm, one can’t help but be interested. Amber Heard as Mera is fun and, with her own powers wielding water, just as interesting as Aquaman. As her character falls in love with Curry more and more, so does the audience and we appreciate her ability to keep him balanced. No matter where William Dafoe ends up – as the bad guy in Spiderman or a good guy - he always brings something special to the table. The rest of the cast does an okay job adding to Aquaman’s history and plot. I personally would have liked a little more intensity from Patrick Wilson’s King Orm and Yahya Abdul Mateen’s Black Manta. In the comics Black Manta has an important role in molding Aquaman into the King of the Seas. We will see how that pans out. The storyline is not that hard to figure out with the rather obvious treachery and the “hidden” secrets. But it is a fun ride to watch the Under Sea world unfold and how expansive it is. I did enjoy picking at some of the obvious logic flaws and inconsistencies. - I guess decompression sickness isn’t a factor for Atlanteans as they move from the depths of the oceans to airplanes and deserts. - No matter how good the CGI is, one flare won’t protect you from that many creatures. - Swimming mach-10 under the oceans while fighting the villain and he never loses his comfy linen pants. Can I have that tailor? - Does he ever eat? We know he likes to drink – his tolerance for alcohol is amazing, but we never see him eat anything. Again, the frequent lighthearted moments are different from the darkness the DC Universe usually is known for. The video game reference to Arthur Curry vs. King Orm did give us a giggle. Is Aquaman strong enough to keep the DC Universe going? As a solo title, the movie definitely stands up. But to save the Universe, DC needs more help than Wonder Woman and Aquaman can offer.
  4. Today I take a look at the new DC Multiverse Aquaman Movie 6" Vulko figure from Mattel. This figure is being sold as an Amazon exclusive. Check out images for this figure below in our GALLERY and let us know what you think about it in the COMMENTS SECTION.
  5. Arthur Curry, a half-Human and half-Atlantean, learns that he is the heir to the kingdom of Atlantis. With his superhuman strength, he must now step up to lead his people and stop an all-out war between the seas and the surface world. Inspired by one the most eagerly awaited blockbusters from the DC Extended Universe, Hot Toys is thrilled to introduce the 1/6th scale collectible figure of Aquaman wearing his iconic outfit! The movie-accurate collectible figure is meticulously crafted based on the appearance of Jason Momoa as Arthur Curry/Aquaman in the movie of the same title, including a newly painted head sculpt with detailed long hair sculpture, a specialized body portraying Aquaman’s muscular body with enhanced articulations, a classic Aquaman costume with the signature gold and green color scheme, a highly-detailed Trident, and a specially designed dynamic figure stand features ocean themed diorama!
  6. FaceSmacker! Studios presents the Mattel Basic 6-inch Vulko & Hammerhead Shark 2-pack.
  7. FaceSmacker! Studios presents: the Mattel basic AQUAMAN vs. BRINE KING & ORM Aquaman Movie 3-pack. For more fun toy reviews, drop by my YouTube Channel?. I wonder if that underwater battle scene in the trailer is a battle with the Brine King...?
  8. Today I take a look at the new Target store exclusive DC Multiverse 6" Aquaman Movie Gladiator Battle 2-Pack from Mattel which features figures of Aquaman and Orm. Check out images for this set below in our GALLERY!
  9. Recreate the ultimate Aquaman movie battles with this compelling, premium action figure pack! These 6" scale figures have 23 points of articulation, authentic costumes and each wields a signature molten Trident weapon. Create a dramatic display with the included base that features an art card backdrop and molten singed earth base. This 2-Pack is being sold as a Target store exclusive and is currently available for purchase on their website.
  10. Amazon has put up for pre-order their exclusive DC Multiverse 6" Aquaman Movie Vulko figure from Mattel which will be released on December 14. The figure comes with a sword and some kind of map-like accessory which I am sure plays a role in the movie. Check out images below.
  11. Shown below are two upcoming sets from Mattel based on the new Aquaman Movie. One set features a 6" Aquaman figure with a 18" Warrior Shark that he can ride on and the second set features Vulko with a Hammerhead Shark. These sets include basis 6" figures which means they are a bit smaller and less articulated than the Multiverse figures but the sharks should work with Multiverse figures as well. Amazon has both sets currently listed with an October 1 release date and the Aquman set costs $29.99 and the Vulko set costs $19.99.
  12. Mattel is back at it with another movie wave of 6” DC Multiverse figures, this time for the upcoming Aquaman movie opening in theaters on December 14, 2018. This wave consists of four figures and one Collect-And-Connect. The regular figures include Orb, Black Manta, Mera and Aquaman featured with a more classic look in the orange shirt and green pants. The Collect-And-Connect figure for this wave is a Trench Warrior, a nasty looking sea-creature army builder type. The packaging for these figures is the same we have seen with other recent Multiverse releases with the blue window boxes. A brief bio for each character is on the back. The figures continue to show design improvements over older Multiverse figures with improved articulation and sculpting detail. Most the figures have ankle pivot and double-jointed knees. They also feature the improved crotch articulation, no longer featuring those outdated side-hinge joints. The face sculpts for both Mera and Aquaman are much improved over the previous Justice League movie versions. Black Manta is probably the overall coolest looking of the bunch, featuring what looks like a hyped-up scuba outfit with a pretty comic book accurate helmet. I am disappointed they didn’t incorporate the same kind of red translucent plastic eyes as they did with the SDCC comic book version released earlier this year. Aquaman looks good overall but I wish they had painted the shoulder joints the same color as the rest of his shirt. The different shade of paint stands out noticeably on the figure. I like that they included the scar on the left eyebrow, and the sculpting detailing on the shirt for the chainmail and the texturing on the legs look good. Mera also has nice texturing on her outfit, and I like the metallic-looking paints they used on her. She is more limited in articulation than the others, only having single-hinged knees and no ankle pivot. Orb has nice sculpting details on his outfit, and I especially like the way his cape and helmet look. The pieces on his faceplate that stick out and the fin on the top of his helmet are made with a rubbery material so they won’t snap off, however they might come out of the package a little wrapped looking. Heating the material with a hairdryer likely will help straighten the fins out if that ends up being an issue for you. The Trench Warrior is very cool looking with nice sculpting and paint applications. I really like the head sculpt and that they gave it an articulated jaw. The three-clawed fingers on each hand also look menacing. The only real downside is that they made a character who I am pretty sure is part of an army to collect-and-connect which will make it hard to get multiples for those who want an army of these guys. For accessories, Mera has the most with a basic spear-like weapon and alternate hands that mimic her water-controlling abilities. I believe these are the same kind of accessories the previous Justice League movie Mera came with which was offered as an Amazon exclusive. Aquaman and Orb both come with Tridents with some nice paint applications on them, and Black Manta comes with a sword that is black. Manata also has a non-removable blade on his left arm that is made from a rubber material, so like Orb’s mask you may need to apply heat to straighten it out if it gets warped in the package. It’s good to see Mattel making improvements with their Multiverse line. However being completely honest, these figures still are a bit lacking in some areas like articulation when compared to similiar scale super hero action figure lines. That said, I will say there are enough positives here to warrant checking out if you are an Aquaman fan or a fan of the DC movies. These figures have started to see limited releases through select e-tailers and should start seeing a wider release in the coming weeks. Check out more images for all these figures below in our GALLERY!
  13. Ahead of San Diego Comic Con which begins on Wednesday, today Warner Bros. has released a new movie poster for the upcoming Aquaman movie which opens in theaters on December 21, 2018. The movie stars Aquman (Jason Momo), Mera (Amber Heard), King Orm (Patrick Wilson), Vulko (Willem Dafoe), Queen Atlanna (Nicole Kidman) and Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II).
  14. Images have made their way online giving us our first look at new statues coming from DC Collectibles for the upcoming Warner Bros. Aquaman live-action movie which opens in theaters on December 21, 2018. The new images gives us updated looks at Aquaman (Jason Momo), Mera (Amber Heard), Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II). While these will likely be on display next month at Comic-Con we should tell you these images might contain minor spoilers. mages have made their way online giving us our first look at new statues coming from DC Collectibles for the upcoming Warner Bros. Aquaman live-action movie which opens in theaters on December 21, 2018. The new images gives us updated looks at Aquaman (Jason Momo), Mera (Amber Heard), Black Manta (Yahya Abdul-Mateen II). While these will likely be on display next month at Comic-Con we should tell you these images might contain minor spoilers.
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