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  1. Youth, truth and trust are central to the latest brick-tastic adventure when DC’s Justice League welcomes its newest – and youngest – member in LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters, an all-new, full-length animated feature film in the LEGO DC series. Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, DC and the LEGO Group, the film will be distributed by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment on Digital starting April 28, 2020, and on Blu-rayTM Combo Pack ($24.98 SRP) and DVD ($19.98 SRP) on June 16, 2020. LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters will be available on Blu-ray Combo Pack (USA $24.98 SRP; Canada $29.98 SRP) and DVD (USA $19.98 SRP: Canada $24.98 SRP) as well as on Digital. The Blu-ray Combo Pack features a Blu-ray disc with the film in hi-definition, a DVD with the film in standard definition, and a digital version of the movie. The Blu-rayTM Combo Pack and DVD releases of LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters feature an exclusive LEGO Minifigure of Shazam (while supplies last). In LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters, 10-year-old Billy Batson shouts a single word and, with lightning bolts flashing, he transforms into Shazam!, a full-fledged adult Super Hero. It doesn’t take long for Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman and the rest of the Justice League to take notice and invite the earnest do-gooder to join the team. But to become a member, Billy must reveal his true identity. While fighting off the evil Mr. Mind and Black Adam, Billy learns that he must trust others – and that nothing creates trust like helping those in need. Join the good fight with this giant-sized LEGO DC adventure! Sean Astin (The Lord of the Rings franchise, The Goonies) leads a stellar cast as the voice of title character Shazam. Astin is joined by Troy Baker (Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Batman: Arkham Origins) as Batman/Bruce Wayne, Nolan North (Young Justice, Pretty Little Liars) as Superman/Clark Kent & Alfred, Grey Griffin (Scooby-Doo franchise, DC Super Hero Girls) as Wonder Woman & Lois Lane, Christina Milizia (Bunsen is a Beast) as Green Lantern Jessica Cruz, James Arnold Taylor (Star Wars: The Close Wars) as The Flash & Dummy, Imari Williams (Transformers: Rescue Bots) as Black Adam & Teth Adam, Fred Tatasciore (Batman Ninja) as Lobo & Oom, Ralph Garman (Family Guy) as the Wizard, Zach Callison (Steven Universe) as Billy Batson & Jimmy Olsen, Dee Bradley Baker (American Dad) as Jeepers, Dr. Sivana & Crocodile Man, Jennifer Hale (Mass Effect franchise) as Mary Batson & L.N. Ambassador, Tom Kenny (SpongeBob SquarePants) as The Penguin & Perry White, Jonny Rees (The Lion Guard) as Mr. Mind, Erica Lindbeck (DC Super Hero Girls) as Greeter & Farmer, and Josh Keaton (The Spectacular Spider-Man) as Executive & Terrance. LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters is produced by Rick Morales (LEGO Scooby-Doo!: Haunted Hollywood) and directed by Matt Peters (LEGO DC Comics Super Heroes: Aquaman – Rage of Atlantis) from a script by Jeremy Adams (Teen Titans Go! Vs. Teen Titans). Liz Marshall (Unikitty!) is producer and Jim Krieg (Batman: Gotham By Gaslight) is co-producer. Sam Register and Jason Cosler & Jill Wilfert are executive producers. “LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters brings another beloved Super Hero into the Justice League fold, perfectly spotlighting his magical abilities and strength with his kid-empowering attitude to create a terrific match for action-packed LEGO fun,” said Mary Ellen Thomas, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Senior Vice President, Originals, Animation and Family Marketing. LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters Special Features (Previously Released) Blu-ray Combo Pack and DVD From the Warner Bros. Animation vault: -Teen Titans Go! episode: "Little Elvis" -Unikitty! episode: "Spoooooky Game" -Unikitty! episode: "Pool Duel" LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters will also be available on Movies Anywhere. Using the free Movies Anywhere app and website, consumers can access all their eligible movies by connecting their Movies Anywhere account with their participating digital retailer accounts. DIGITAL DISTRIBUTION ELEMENTS On April 28, 2020, LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters will be available to own in high definition and standard definition from select digital retailers including Amazon, the Apple TV app, FandangoNOW, PlayStation, Vudu, Xbox and others. On April 28, LEGO DC: Shazam! Magic and Monsters will be made available digitally on Video On Demand services from cable and satellite providers, and on select gaming consoles. ABOUT MOVIES ANYWHERE Movies Anywhere is a digital movie platform that enables movie fans to discover, access, and watch their favorite digital movies in one place. Movies Anywhere brings together a library of nearly 7,500 digital movies from Sony Pictures, Twentieth Century Fox Film, The Walt Disney Studios (including Disney, Pixar, Marvel Studios and Lucasfilm), Universal Pictures (including DreamWorks and Illumination Entertainment) and Warner Bros., and will continue to expand the consumer experience as more content providers, digital retailers and platforms are added. By connecting participating digital retailers that include Amazon Prime Video, the Apple TV app, FandangoNOW, Google Play, and Vudu, movie fans can now bring together their digital movie collections (whether purchased or redeemed) in one place and enjoy them from the comfort of their living rooms, and across multiple devices and platforms, including Amazon Fire devices; Android devices and Android TV; Apple TV, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch; Chromecast; Roku® devices and popular browsers. Movie fans can also redeem digital codes found in eligible Blu-ray and DVD disc packages from participating studios and enjoy them through Movies Anywhere. Movies Anywhere – your movies, together at last. ABOUT DIGITAL Digital movies or TV episodes allow fans to watch a digital version of their movie or TV show anywhere, on their favorite devices. Digital movies or TV episodes are included with the purchase of specially marked Blu-ray discs. With digital, consumers are able to instantly stream and download movies and TV shows to TVs, computers, tablets and smartphones through retail services. For more information on compatible devices and services go to wb.com/digitalmoviefaq. Consult a digital retailer for details and requirements and for a list of digital-compatible devices. BASICS Blu-ray Combo Pack - $24.98 USA, $29.98 Canada DVD - $19.98 USA, $24.98 Canada Blu-ray Languages: English, French – Parisian, Spanish-Latin, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish Blu-ray Subtitles: English, French-Parisian, Swedish, Norwegian, Finnish, Danish DVD Languages: English, Portuguese-Brazilian, Spanish-Latin, French-Parisian DVD Subtitles: English, French-Parisian, Portuguese-Brazilian, Chinese, Korean Running Time: 81 minutes
  2. for more action figure images please visit and follow my instagram: @ryanpogiartworks thanks for viewing
  3. Wanted to get some people's thoughts on what they think is the best comic version action figure of Superman. I'm a big Superman fan and just want to make sure I have it for my collection. And if there isn't one now, what would be one that is coming soon (such as what McFarlane may make!!!) Thanks in advance for your feedback!
  4. I have not been a collector of Marvel Legends for too long now. During the ToyBiz days, when I was much younger, I was more of a pick and choose kinda guy. If there was a cool character I was familiar with, I’d pick it up. At this time, however, I wasn’t much of a collector of anything. I loved Star Wars and Toybiz’s Lord of the Rings line, so I picked those up more frequently, but at this point in my life, these weren’t additions to a collection, they were toys that after a few days or a week, went into a bin or just sat on my bookshelf to collect dust. The closest thing that resembled a collection at all, besides my bins of Star Wars, were Pirates of the Caribbean 3.75” figures, all of which were displayed on a black pearl playset on my dresser. As I got older, I became a bit more picky with what I picked up, and back then, in the early days of Hasbro’s Marvel stuff, often times Mattel had better quality with their D.C. stuff. I was big into Batman for a while, and was able to form a small collection of random Batman characters that fitted my liking. But I still wasn’t a collector, I was just a guy that liked action figures. I discovered eventually that figure collecting was something that I was going to be doing well into adulthood (I’m currentlt in my early 20’s) when I first ever got a few NECA figures and realized there was more quality out there than just kids toys. The Clash of the Titans Persues they made (from the remake) and the original police station assault T-800 blew me away at the time. There were actually 2 different franchises you might not expect that really got me into the collecting habit. The first was Character Option’s Doctor Who line. I was never a major fan of the Doctor Who, but I did go through a phase where I really enjoyed it, and especially enjoyed the figures. They were cheap, but had a high quality and were something other than the familiar franchises I was used to buying from. The other franchise was McFarlane’s 5” The Walking Dead comic and tv lines. I know everyone has their opinions on McFarlane, but I absolutely loved those figures at the time. I still love them when I look at them, simply because of the reminders of the good times collecting and remembering the days when the show was worth watching. This line was a wonder to collect for me. I didn’t become a fan of the franchise until the show was on its season, when I binge watched it on Netflix, then bought all of the compendiums of the comics and read them swiftly. Then came the toy collecting. At this point, there were 3 or 4 waves already out, with new waves coming once or twice a year between the comic and tv waves. So I was able to track down the old and the new, making it some of my first real hunting experiences, aside from looking for one particular figure. Dont get me wrong, these weren’t the only lines I was collecting. I was a casual buyer of the early Star Wars Black Series, and was going back and buying a bunch of the Toybiz Lord of the Rings stuff I had missed, but it was The Walking Dead stuff that turned me into the type of collector that was a completionist, and introduced me to hunting for new stuff and old in various stores. By this point, I was full on collecting the Black Series, and a lot of NECA’s Aliens, but TWD was my lady love at the time. Star Wars was always my soul mate, but TWD was a years long passionate love affair. But then McFarlane decided to come up with the nonsensical Color Tops wave which would mix various brands into one 7” scale series. This brought an end to the comic line entirely, and turned the tv line into a 7” static crap festival. And while they began to evolve into better figures over time, I didn’t want them, I had an almost complete collection in a different scale. Eventually, the brand lost almost all of its popularity and now McFarlane doesn’t even touch it. But it was because of the death of my favorite line that I decided to reach out and see what exactly else was out there for me. Now, I could’ve just stuck with what I had, continued buying Star Wars and Aliens and the occasional Batman figure if the desire struck, but I had a taste for collecting and didn’t want to stop. This is what drew me to Marvel Legends. This was around the release of Avengers: Age of Ultron, so I was kind of high off of my first impression of that, and decided to buy the AoA Captain America. I was kind of hooked, but not hook line and sinker just yet. I decided to get the movie characters only. That lasted for a little bit, until my girlfriend bought me the comic Black suit spidey and that was the end. I had to get my favorite characters in various suits, both comic and movie versions, and I had to build my favorite teams. From the moment I knew I was all in, I knew that I was never going to be a completionist. If I don’t care about the character, or can’t fit it into my display, I see no use in buying. If they weren’t on my list, then the only reason I would buy them is to finish a BAF or because I was surprised by how cool the character was despite me not originally wanting them (Bullseye, Black Bolt). When I first started collecting Legends 5 years ago, I had a list, a very daunting list that I thought would go on for years and wouldn’t be finished in all likelihood. But this year and the last were such amazing years for legends, and with the 80th collections and all of these fantastic 90’s X-Men coming out so fast, my list has gotten into the single digits. Doctor Doom is on the horizon of 2020, and aside from some characters like Thunderbird and Warpath and a true 90’s Emma Frost, and a damn classic Doctor Strange, Power Man, and Iron Fist, my marvel legends days seem to be numbered. The movies will continue to pump out, so they may keep me interested in new figures, but the list as I knew it is getting very small. So when, exactly, am I to stop? Ought the list I set out for myself be the end of what I have built? Should I set up rules for myself and limit my hobby and passion? It’s not like I’m going to stop collecting other lines? Or should I? With Star Wars coming to an “end” similar to the MCU coming to and “end” or at least the end of an era, my big tent-pole franchises are ending fast. Soon, my Star Wars list will be shorter and shorter until it too has ended. So should I stop collecting entirely? I mean, I’ve just finally gotten into imports and anime stuff, so maybe those will be the new focus. It’s a very strange time in the entertainment industry, and that equates to the toy industry. Big franchises are “ending”:: game of Thrones, avengers, Star Wars. It feels cathartic in a way. Would I ever even consider limiting collecting if these eerejrb weren’t ending? I know that more brands are coming. I know more lines are always coming. Maybe I shouldn’t stop collecting, but should stop this era of collecting. Look to new brands, diversify. Get anime stuff and Harry Potter stuff, go head first into McFarlanes new DC stuff, go where I haven’t gone before so that the hobby is in uncharted territory for me. I know avengers and Star Wars and all those franchises aren’t really over. No one’s ever really gone. I guess I wonder how you folks feel? If you even got this far. When is it a right time to end? When is it time for a change. To keep the passion alive...
  5. "Some men just want to watch the world burn." - The Dark Knight For more action figure images, please visit / follow my instagram account @ryanpogiartworks.
  6. Continuing my goal for 2020 to take more shots of the Batman The Animated Series Figures - here’s the fantastic figure of Detective Bullock by DC Collectibles
  7. 2019 was a stellar year for action figures with incredible releases from both the premium and regular brands. However, Mezco Toyz produced my top two figures of the year with the PX Sovereign Knight and Commissioner Gordon with BatSignal. Two iconic looking figures featuring classic designs, headsculpts aplenty and a boat load of accessories! What were your top figures? Comment below!
  8. Paulmartstore added last night a new wave of DC Multiverse with images, the wave was shown back in NYTF and includes the Keaton like Batman, Joker, Poison Ivy and Riddler. The wave is slated to be released this month according to the store. DC Comics Originals Multiverse Figures on Pre-Order.
  9. Website Mephitsu.uk has posted an “official press release” from McFarlane Toys concerning their DC Comics action figure line. The line will be called DC Ultra Collection. The figures are confirmed as 7 inch. They include comic book, animated and movie figures. Each figure is listed as an "Ultra release", and they will come in a collectors window box. Also included in the pack are a stand and a cardboard display backing piece. Movie Harley Quinn (Suicide Squad) Comic Harley Quinn Armoured Super-Man Animated Super-Man Comic Super-Man Comic Nightwing Animated Green Lantern Comic The Batman Who Laughs Comic Batman Animated Batman Comic Hellbat Comic Bat Girl Arrow (we assume by the image an Arrowverse TV Arrow)
  10. Another explosion effect, done using mostly synthetic cotton and cushion filling, resting on top of a Philips Hue Bloom set to a dark orange colour.
  11. Look, I know DC toys have been the subject of hot debate for years now, and McFarlane is no stranger to judgment either, but I can’t be the only one extremely excited by the fact that they’re making D.C. figures right? Sure, they’ve had their issues in the past, and at this point in time, it feels like D.C. is a piece of Mattel and vice-versa, but I for one and more than ready for change. I know a lot of people are upset because it seemed like D.C. was finally coming into their element, and those people will probably be very apprehensive to even buying a McFarlane made product. But the strides the company has made in the last year can not be understated. Their fortnite figures are great, their Naruto and one Punch Man figures are great, I for one adore their game of thrones stuff, despite being made prior to the change to full articulation. And I’m super excited for their other upcoming lines like My Hero Academia and Harry Potter. I know that some people are apprehensive about the possibility that they will be 7” scale figures. To be clear, that info came from an unknown source and has no reason to be trusted, but let me defend this decision as best as I can: A.) This isn’t Mattel. This isn’t Hasbro. This is McFarlane. Not only is 7” the companies bread and butter, but they aren’t beholden to their competitors. They don’t need to attempt to make figures in the same style or scale as them. I know that most adult collectors have a preferred scale of 6 inches, but let’s not be blind to the fact that NECA toys, though not as big of a player as Mattel or Hasbro, is a collectors favorite company who makes purely 7” scale figures. and B.) They might not be true 7” scale. If the rumors and leaks are to be at all believed, and I don’t believe they should be just yet, then the 7” scale described might not be what we think. To explain myself, despite the fact that their stranger Things figures, their fortnite figures, and their Harry Potter figures are 7” scale and true, their Call of Duty figures are marketed as a 7” scale line. Now, I don’t know how many out there have bought any figures from the line, but they aren’t 7 inches. Look at them compared to these marvel legends (picture from the fwoosh’s review). Sure, legends are a bit larger than a true 6” line, but barely. So there’s a chance they fit in with 6” stuff after all. with that being said, I welcome the line with open arms, if not for the very least that it’s something different. It’s a shift in the current layout of the industry, I’m excited to see what it is we get.
  12. A shot inspired by the now biggest October movie opening ever - Joker. I haven’t actually seen it yet but I’m hearing nothing but insanely positive things! Behind the scene shots included!
  13. A few snaps of the new and absolutely terrific ; Alfred Pennyworth Mattel are going out on a high. It’s just a real shame they didn’t hit this level sooner.
  14. The new D.C. Multiverse titans by Mattel team up with the D.C. Icons cyborg to take down the Mezco one:12 Deathstroke!
  15. A couple of shots of the titular characters from the classic, peerless and outstanding Batman The Animated Series which marked its 27th anniversary this week.
  16. Some shots of the truly sublime Ninja Batman build a figure by Mattel's DC Multiverse line. I cannot recommend this wave enough!
  17. Some more shots of the beautiful Starfire figure from Mattel, part of the DC Multiverse line Ninja Batman Wave.
  18. Some shots of the DC Multiverse John Stewart by Mattel as part of the DC multiverse line.
  19. Wanted to share a few shots of my favourite DC Collectibles figure line - the DC Icons A now cancelled line, the Icons were one of my favourite figure lines and had a great mix of articulation and beautiful sculpts. Along with loads of accessories, I’ll never understand why this line got shelved!
  20. The newly released Clown Prince of Crime edition Joker by Mezco toyz. A beautiful figure, the overall design is great. The colours are vibrant and the clothed goods are a real high quality. Plenty accessories and one extra head sculpt. If it came with maybe two head sculpts it might just make the that Deluxe Joker less sought after. Overall, it’s one of Mezco’s best and I love the originality in the design.
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