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  1. Kevin Smith is recreating the Masters of the Universe in his image for Netflix and of course an action figure line comes along with it. I am pleasantly surprised at how much I am liking what I have seen so far, this Battle Cat is no exception. 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
  2. NECA around midnight last night came out of left field with a surprise announcement that they would be doing 7" figures based on the classic 90's Disney Gargoyles animated series. For those not familiar with the series, despite being a Disney property was known at the time for having a fairly dark tone and told the story of ancient nocturnal creatures who were living in modern New York City. By day they would be stone statues and by night would come alive. While technically made for kids, the stories often would be based on Shakespearean themes. The show ran for 3 seasons and contain a total of 78 episodes. While NECA has not yet released any specific details, the teaser images they released show us they are doing a fairly detailed and articulated figure of the leader character named Goliath which looks like will come with two different headsculpts. Check out the images below and stay-tuned for more details on this as they become available.
  3. McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Figure Dark Nights Death Metal Robin King Darkfather CTB Wave Unboxing Review
  4. McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Figure Dark Nights Death Metal Batman Darkfather Collect To Build Unboxing & Review If you already purchased the version of this figure with the axe/scythe, DO NOT buy this unless you are trying to build the Darkfather...or if you have a plastic addiction like me, LOL. 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
  5. Mcfarlane Toys Mortal Kombat 11 Action Figure Kabal Hooked Up Skin Unboxing & Review Although the Mcfarlane MK11 is waaaaaaaay cheaper than the Storm Collectible versions, we get a (mostly) consistently high-quality line of MK figures that look awesome on the shelf. Luckily, Kabal falls into the category of the great ones. A lot of detail and a spot-on likeliness to the in-game model make this one a must-buy. 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
  6. Great rendition of recent comic book Loki, but loose joints and a gripping hand that's too big to properly hold his accessories hold him back from greatness. My figure has loosy-goosy joints, but that may be isolated to to individual figures. A statue of boyhood Loki is included, but with 0 articulation it's a "why bother. On the good side, adult Loki looks absolutely incredible. The sculpt, paint, and outfit choice are all top-notch, he WILL look good on the shelf. 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
  7. TODD MCFARLANE ANNOUNCES FOR 2021, HIS NEW ATTEMPT AT CREATING A SHARED UNIVERSE OF COMIC BOOK CHARACTERS THAT WILL GROW INTO A GLOBAL BRAND BY RECRUITING AN ALL-STAR LINE-UP OF CREATORS AND EXPANDING HIS SPAWN EMPIRE. While there is no word about a dedicated Spawn action figure line in this announcement to go along with this new Spawn comic book Universe, we have been several indications such a thing is in the works. First when an image leaked out earlier in the month for what looked like some kind of Zoom call possibly with retailers showing off new Spawn figures like 7" figures of Cowboy and Redeemer Spawn. Then just the other day Todd himself posted an image for what looked like an early prototype for a Violator figure. And with that image Todd asked folks who wants a new figure of it. Hopefully more details about Spawn figures will be coming soon, but for now check out the full press release put out by McFarlane for his Spawn Universe. Press Release: Today, Image Comics' President Todd McFarlane announced his bold attempt at creating his own multi-character, interconnected comic book universe. His stated goal is to establish a shared fictional universe over time in the vein of what the other comic industry giants, Marvel, and DC Comics, have accomplished with their comic book universes. The announcement was given by McFarlane during a first look presentation at the Direct Market Retailers at the Annual ComicsPRO Conference. The character Spawn, created by McFarlane, will be at the forefront of the initial launch of new titles, but the long-term goal is that Spawn will become but one of many characters that will succeed not only in the comics industry but in many mediums across the globe. McFarlane will capitalize on the twenty-eight-year success story of Spawn, which has seen sales increase between 150 to 600% from pre-pandemic orders. The Spawn title currently is a top 5 monthly selling title on the Diamond Distributors Top 100 Chart. Recently, a new release of a Spawn figure on Kickstarter set a new Kickstarter record, in its category, for raising just under $3. 5 million in 30 days. That figure was also recently awarded the prestigious People's Choice 2021 Toy of The Year (TOTY) by The Toy Association, Inc. As part of his announcement, McFarlane announced four new titles coming out in 2021, with three of them continuing as regular monthly titles, meaning that there will be an opportunity for fans of the Spawn character and his new expanding world to get their stories from it on a weekly basis instead of just twelve times a year. "The simple question is this: DC Comics started a shared universe in the late 1930s. Marvel Comics began theirs in the early 1960s… so, can lightning strike a third time beginning in 2021? I personally do not have the answer to that question right now, but the only way to get an answer to that question is to make the attempt in the first place, "said McFarlane, Image president, and Spawn Creator. "This is a long-intended plan that will need the help of dozens and dozens of creators to help create hundreds and hundreds of characters. And then to reward those creators if any of their ideas pay off in a big way outside of the comic industry. The quest isn't to have our ideas exclusively live in the comic book industry but to have merit and value outside of that industry as well. My character Spawn has been an example of what can happen with creation… so, what are the possibilities if hundreds of creations are brought together? Marvel and DC Comics have shown us that a collective group of characters, together, in a shared universe can resonate globally. I think it is time for David to attempt to join the same arena as the Goliaths of the world." In June, in what McFarlane is calling "2021 the Year of Spawn," comic retailers will be able to order SPAWN'S UNIVERSE #1. This will be a book that will set the stage with a story that will then spill out into the other new monthly titles. The first title will release in August with a book called KING SPAWN #1. The character Spawn will now join the rare company of stalwart characters, like Superman, Batman, and Spider-Man, that will have multiple monthly books for the same title character. It will also mark the first time in twenty-eight years that anyone can buy a monthly issue #1 Spawn book. It gives McFarlane hope of reaching a new generation of readers that missed out on the initial launch of the Spawn back in 1992. In October comes the second new monthly called GUNSLINGER SPAWN. This title character has been a huge hit among the fanbase over the past year, and each of his appearances has garnered enthusiasm at the stores and online. Finally, there will be a new #1 team book, which will band five characters together to fight against forces too big for any of them to take on alone. That book is titled THE SCORCHED. Spawn, Redeemer, Gunslinger, Medieval Spawn, and She-Spawn begins the group's adventures. However, McFarlane promises a rotating cast of heroes over the coming months to keep the roster of heroes fresh. He also said that he would be bringing in new major villains into the fold, too. To lend a creative hand on some of this expanding list of titles, McFarlane has recruited an all-star list of comic book creators such as Art Adams, Jason Shawn Alexander, Carlo Barberi, Brett Booth, J. Scott Campbell, Greg Capullo, Donny Cates, Jim Cheung, Mike del Mundo, Javier Fernandez, David Finch, Jonathan Glapion, Kevin Keane, Aleš Kot, Puppeteer Lee, Sean Lewis, Sean Gordon Murphy, Ben Oliver, Stephen Segovia, Paulo Siqueira, Marc Silvestri, Marcio Takara, and Frank Quitely, as well as others he will be announcing in the coming months. All of this just continued to build on the mythology of Spawn and his world. The original SPAWN book is one of the world's bestselling and longest-running comics, with over 100 million copies sold in more than 120 countries. In 2019, McFarlane made history with the release of the historic SPAWN #300 and record-breaking SPAWN #301. These milestones have earned McFarlane the Guinness World Records title for the world's longest-running creator-owned comic book series. SPAWN #300 became the 2nd highest-selling comic title and was also the only character to place two of its issues in the Top 11 for highest-selling issues for that year. A new movie of SPAWN is currently in development with BlumHouse Studios, Jamie Foxx, and Jeremy Renner, all attached to the project as McFarlane will be making his directorial debut on the film when it goes into production.
  8. Wizkids has issued a new press release about them doing products for Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering from Wizards of the Coast. In the press release it mentions them doing action figures for these properties. If you aren't familiar, Wizkids is part of NECA Toys and Wizards of the Coast is owned by Hasbro. In recent weeks we have been seeing Hasbro licensing many of their brands like Transformers, G.I. Joe and Power Rangers out to other toy companies such as Super7, Threezero, Icon Heroes, Diamond Select Toys and Mezco. Now it looks like we can add Wizkids/NECA to that group. Wizkids while known for their gaming miniatures for such lines as Heroclix is not know for doing action figures. So we reached out to the folks at Wizkids just to clarify what we saw in the press release, that they in fact were going to be branching out doing actual action figures for these two properties. There response was: Now they wouldn't give me any other specific details on these figures like what scale, how much articulation, or what exact figures they will be doing. I know whenever the topic of D&D action figures comes up, the first comments I see from readers is they want to see figures based on the classic 80's Dungeons & Dragons animated series. I tend to doubt animated series figures will be the primary focus here, nor do I know if those are even a possibility with this licensing deal. Wizkids tells me more specific details about all their upcoming Dungeons & Dragons and Magic: The Gathering products including the actions figures will be revealed soon. For now check out the entire press release below: PRESS RELEASE: WizKids, the premier manufacturer of premium pre-painted miniatures and tabletop games, today announced expansions to its vast product lines for both the highly popular role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons and strategy card game Magic: The Gathering. The new products are slated to hit shelves worldwide beginning in 2021. Fans and players of the popular franchises can now grow their arsenal of game accessories and lifestyle products to show their affinity for their beloved brands with the arrival of new and in–demand product lines. Debut product categories include action figures, prop replicas, apparel, and even game accessories such as maps, battle mats, bags, carrying cases, and more! “As players and fans of these two popular games, we are thrilled to be creating dynamic products that will enhance the play experience for enthusiasts of these long-admired franchises,” said Justin Ziran, president at WizKids. WizKids will also offer branded, high-quality paints and paint supplies as a companion to its widely successful Nolzur’s Marvelous Miniatures line – designed for all levels of painting experience. Additionally, WizKids is adding high quality, unpainted, sprue miniatures for intermediate and veteran miniature painters. “We are excited to expand our strategic partnership with WizKids to encompass both D&D and Magic. By increasing the variety of products available in key categories, we will further enhance our fans’ experience around the gaming table and offer new collectibles and lifestyle products that allow them to show off their fandom with friends and family,” said Ann Earp, director of licensing at Wizards of the Coast. “The product quality of WizKids and their ability to tap into what fans are really looking for has grown our business exponentially for D&D, and we look forward to them bringing that same success with Magic: The Gathering products and accessories.” Expanded categories include: -D&D sprue miniatures: premium, unpainted High Impact Polystyrene (HIPS), unassembled, unprimed, miniatures on sprue -D&D action figures -D&D paint line -D&D and Magic: The Gathering artifacts & prop replicas -D&D accessories: battle mats, maps, bags & carrying cases These new product categories will join the previously announced papercraft and 2D miniatures lines.
  9. The folks over at Yakface are reporting that in light of the news earlier this week about LucasFilm and The Mandalorian actress Gina Carano going their seperate ways, Hasbro is canceling most of their upcoming planned Cara Dune figures. According to the report, the planned reissues of the 6″ Black Series and Vintage Collection figures have been cancelled. The previously announced 3 3/4" Retro figure which was probably to far along in the production process to cancel is apparently still coming. It should come as no surprise to folks, but in light of all this recent news this week, secondary market prices on eBay for any Cara Dune figure has gone up exponentially. Whether any of these figures maintain any kind of long-term value after all the dust settles remains to be seen. MOD NOTE: This thread is about the canceling of action figures, not about why or should the actress have been fired. As long as people stay on topic and be civil to one another the thread will remain open for discussion. Like the previous thread related to the topic, at any point this goes off the rails the thread will be closed.
  10. Ever since Hasbro announced doing their first 6" action figure based on the hit role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons back in September, the number 1 question I have seen pop up from fans is will they do figures based on the Dungeons & Dragons animated series the originally aired on CBS from 1983-1985. The series which was co-produced by Marvel Productions and had the animation done by Toei Animation ran for a total of 27 episodes. The premise of the show was pretty basic as it focused on six kids who while on a funhouse carnival ride were mysteriously transported into the titular realm. Once there they spent most episodes trying to find a way home while helping their guide the Dungeon Master. The cast of characters included Hank, the Ranger, Eric, the Cavalier, Diana, the Acrobat, Presto, the Magician, Sheila, the Thief, Bobby, the Barbarian, Uni, the Unicorn and the Dungeon Master. I should note Uni was actually voiced by Frank Welker who of course is better known as the voice behind Megatron in the original G1 Transformers cartoon. Like with every cartoon of the time, you also had cool villains such as Venger, the Force of Evil who was voiced by another famous Transformers alum Peter Cullen. Other villains included Shadow Demon, Night-Mare and Tiamat who was also voiced by Welker. The show developed quit a following from fans, but also experienced a certain level of controversy at the time due to what was perceived as being to violent for a kids cartoon at that time. The show also never aired it's final episode in season three which was titled "Requiem". Like most cartoons of the time, it to had it's own line of action figures which was produced by LJN in 1983. The strange thing about the toyline however is that it didn't actually include any figures of the main character from the show. Really the only connection the toyline had to the show was that the characters Warduke, Strongheart and Kelek who had figures made did appear in some episodes of the series. So now fast-forward to the present. Several companies have begun doing product from the show including Iron Studio's who have produced 1/10 scale diorama statues (see below). POP Culture Shock is also supposed to be doing some statues from the series as well. So with Hasbro starting to do 6" Dungeons & Dragons action figures, will they finally bring fans articulated figures from the classic animated series? The honest answer is I don't know. I have not heard any indications that such figures are in the works, and in fact my initial thoughts were that they wouldn't bother doing figures based on such an old show, mainly because I don't think they would get enough retail support for it. The one D&D figure they have done which they offered as an exclusive through their own HasbroPulse website has yet to sell out. But then something changed that has had me thinking the chances for getting such action figures has increased significantly. Earlier this month is was reported that actor Chris Pine was in talks to star in a live-action 'Dungeons And Dragons' movie from Paramount and Hasbro's own eOne. IF a live-action Dungeons And Dragons movie does in fact happen, then that changes the whole retailer landscape. All of a sudden you would likely see places like Target and Walmart want to carry action figures with the Dungeons And Dragons name on it, even if they are figures based on an old animated series. I mean obviously we would see movie figures as well, but a movie would likely give Hasbro a lot more wiggle room with what they could do with the license. Like I have seen, I am sure Hasbro is aware that there are many D&D fans who grew up in the 80's that would love to see figures based on the main characters from the animated series and while I won't say it's a guarantee, my feeling is that if a new live-action movie happens, especially if it's backed by names like Chris Pine, we will see Hasbro deliver us a whole slew of D&D stuff including collector oriented action figured from the old cartoon.
  11. Not sure why I put this one together, just thought it would make for a cool shot ?
  12. Between Mattel and Super7 we are very close to finally being able to complete the original ThunderCats team as well as Mumm-Ra and the original mutants with modern sculpted figures. Before I go over my wish list of figures I would love to see Super7 do next, lets recap everything we know has come or coming fairly soon. First back in 2016 when Mattel first grabbed the license to do ThunderCats Classic figures, we got Wily Kit & Wily Kat in the forum of a SDCC exclusive 2-pack. I am sure at some point Super7 will get around to re-releasing these two in some way, but hopefully if you are collecting this line you've already gotten your hands on these. Now is the best time to switch to Verizon Fios Get the 100% fiber optic network and get Internet and TV your way Ad by Verizon Fios See More Next Mattel released their first wave of Classic figures which included Lion-O, Panthro, Jackalman, Mummified Mumm-Ra, and Pumyra. Shortly after the release of that initial wave, Mattel decided to hand the ThunderCats off to Super7 so they could continue on with the line. Super7 renamed the line ThunderCats Ultimates, and for their first wave of figures re-released Lion-O, Panthro, Jackalman and Mummified Mumm-Ra. These figures have updated accessories. The figure in my opinion with the best update is Mumm-Ra, who now includes a soft-good robe. This wave just started arriving in people's mailboxes and is available for purchase from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. For Super7's second wave which has yet to be released, it will include a re-release of Pumyra. The Mattel version was to tall, so that should be fixed with this one. You also get additional accessories like the figures in the first wave. The other figures include Grune, Mumm-Ra The Ever Living, and Tygra. The final wave we know about coming from Super7 for ThunderCats will include figures of Jaga, Captain Cracker, Slithe and Cheetara. So after the third wave is released, we will have an almost complete set of the original ThunderCats team in figure form, (Jaga, Lion-O, Panthro, Tygra, Cheetara, Wily Kit & Wily Kat). The only one missing will be Snarf. which I don't know how they will release him. He would be to small of a character to be released as single figure, but important enough I can't see them not doing him. Why he wasn't included as pack-in with the Lion-O figure is a mystery to me. After all we are getting Ma-Mutt with the Mumm-Ra The Ever Living figure. For the bad guys we will have both versions of Mumm-Ra as well as mutant leader Slithe and Jackalman. Monkian is the only original mutant member we need, so hopefully he will be announced for wave 4. So besides Monkian and Snarf (and possibly Wily Kit & Wily Kat for those who missed the Mattel ones), here is my breakdown on the characters I would love to see Super7 do next. While not an original mutant team member, probably my favorite one of the bunch was Vultureman. I hope to see him and Monkian in wave 4. For good guys, I think the Berbils need to happen. They were the Ewoks of Third Earth but they played a major role in helping the ThunderCats get settled in to their new home. I think due to their small size Super7 should do a three pack featuring their leader Ro-Bear Bill, Ro-Bear Belle and a generic Berbill. Going back to the bad guys, rounding out the mutants is Ratar-O. He is another favorite of mine. He is a definite must for me to get the figure treatment. I suppose I should go back to good guys, and I am sure Super7 will continue to give us a mix of good guys and bad guys in each wave. For me however I would rather see figures of Demolisher, Safari Joe and Driller before seeing any other good guy characters made. Hopefully Demolisher will come with his armadillo pilot Dirge and Joe will come with his robotic side-kick Mule. Ok so getting back to the good guys, we should get figures of Bengali and Lynx-O to round out the second wave of ThunderCats from the cartoon. These two would join Pumyra from wave 2. This is getting far enough down the road that I'm inclined to say lets wait and see if Super7 is still doing ThunderCats figures by this point. Assuming they are and if I had to pick any more, I would like to see Mandora and Quick-Pick for good guys. And Captain Shiner for another bad guy. Truth is, as long as we get all the original ThunderCats and Monkian with maybe Vultureman to round out the mutants, I will be pretty happy. Let us know in the COMMENTS SECTION below which characters you want to see Super7 do the most.
  13. Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker has started to see its home release with digital downloads this weekend, and I couldn’t help notice that there are still quit a few characters from the movie that have yet to get any kind of action figure treatment for either 6” or 3 3/4”. So I have developed a list featuring 28 characters from the movie I hope to see action figures made of by Hasbro in the next year or so. If you have yet to see the movie, this list does contain SPOILERS. Young Leia (Jedi Training) Young Luke (Jedi Training) Spirit Luke and Leia Han Solo (Scruffy Looking Ben Solo Memory) Lando Calrissian (Passana Disguise) General Lando Calrissian Rey With Yellow Lightsaber Rejuvenated Emperor Palatine Klaud Millennium Falcon Gunner Wedge Antillies (Dennis Lawson) Kijimi Bartender (John Williams) This is a must have Boolio (Voiced By Mark Hamill) First Order Allegiant General Pryde Beaumont Kin (Dominic Monaghan) Lt. Connix (Billie Lourd Who Is Carrie Fisher's Daughter) Snap Wexley Star Destroyer Sith Gunner Sith Officer Sith Emperor Guard Kijimi Bar Alien 1 Kijimi Bar Alien 2 and 3 Ochi Aftab Ackbar Empress Rey Rise Of Skywalker Poe Dameron Rise Of Skywalker Finn Which characters do you want to see figures made of from the movie?
  14. For you wrestling fans, look for Wicked Cool Toys/Jazwares to premiere its first line of toys and figures inspired by All Elite Wrestling (AEW) at this month's New York Toy Fair which kicks off on February 22. For those not familiar, AEW is a new global wrestling league that features a world-class roster of diverse male and female wrestlers, giving fans a new wrestling experience for the first time in 20 years. AEW is about more than wrestling. It's a movement fueled by fans. Focused on fast-paced, high-impact competitions, AEW offers fans more athleticism along with real sports analytics. Founded by President and CEO Tony Khan, AEW is headlined by Cody & Brandi Rhodes, Chris Jericho, Jon Moxley, The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson), Kenny Omega and Hangman Adam Page. The roster is also filled with incredibly skilled competitors including Nyla Rose, Awesome Kong, Dustin Rhodes, Jungle Boy, Dr. Britt Baker, MJF, Pac and SCU. In addition to being in-ring talent, Cody, The Young Bucks and Kenny Omega also serve as EVPs with Brandi Rhodes serving as Chief Brand Officer.
  15. From the visionary team behind Batman: The Animated Series come all-new stories set in this seminal animated world! Batman: The Adventures Continue, DC’s new, digital-first six-issue mini-series, launching in print on May 6, 2020, is co-written by Paul Dini and Alan Burnett, both producers of the original animated series, and illustrated by Ty Templeton, who has brought the world of B:TAS to comic books since 1992’s Batman Adventures #1. Inspired by the beloved and Emmy Award-winning Batman: The Animated Series, these new comics reflect a new era of the long-running DC Collectibles action figure line by featuring newly designed characters never before seen in the beloved animated shows! DC’s Batman: The Adventures Continue characters are all based on art by Ty Templeton in the iconic Bruce Timm animated style. New figures from DC Collectibles launch this spring, and now, together with these new comics, the legendary Batman: The Animated Series continues to reach new audiences! “Fans familiar with the Batman of The New Batman/Superman Adventures will be right up to speed,” says Paul Dini. “Alan and I approached the writing with the idea that we were doing the season you might have seen if we had not put the series aside to do Batman Beyond.” “Tim Drake is still a very young Robin,” added Ty Templeton of the timing of the series. “Batman isn’t middle-aged or anything, and we’re not even close to the events of Batman Beyond.” “What is different, however, is that we’re going back to cover certain gaps in the original series, events that didn’t have a bearing on the series at the time, but now do,” continued Alan Burnett. “In other words, there will be secret histories that will turn Batman’s world upside down. Things that no one knew were out there, until now.” “Perhaps the most intriguing character in the run will be young man whose story threads through most of the issues,” teased Burnett. “He’s a smart, super-elusive loner who knows way too much about the Dark Knight. How this mystery man fits into the world of Batman Adventures and what he means to accomplish should, I hope, be a real jolt for old fans.” In the first issue of Batman: The Adventures Continue, collecting two digital-first chapters, Wayne Enterprises in Gotham City is attacked by a giant robot that steals an entire room from the laboratory. Who’s controlling the robot? How will Batman stop the mechanized menace? And what does it all have to do with Lex Luthor’s sudden appearance in Gotham? Batman: The Adventures Continue #1, written by Paul Dini and Alan Burnett with art by Ty Templeton and color by Monica Kubina, featuring a cover by Dave Johnson and a variant cover by Dan Mora, hits shelves on May 6, 2020. Digital-First chapters will be released beginning in April 2020. DC Collectibles will be featuring 6" figures from this new series which were first debuted last February during Toy Fair. So far we have seen figures for Knightfall Batman, Red Hood, Batman Who Laughs, Deathstroke, The Dark Knight Returns Armored Batman as well as updated figures for Batman, Robin, Joker and Harley Quinn. You can check out images for all of these figures below. Check back later today for the latest DC Collectibles solicitations where a new Vampire Batman and updated Catwoman with unmasked headscupt figures for this line will be revealed.
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