One of the last Comic Con exclusives t be revealed– and one I was most looking forward to– was the Night Shadow Leonardo, released to hype the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles line by Playmates and Nickelodeon. While the final product looks great, it’s plagued by so many drawbacks, both situational and practical, that I just can’t give Playmates a pass on this one.
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Hot on the heels of the TV spot from the opening ceremony of the Olympics, the latest Bond movie gets a full theatrical trailer, and we get our best look at Skyfall thus far.
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As the fate of the 2013 subscription is completely up in the air, Mattel’s July installment of DC Universe Club Infinite Earths have been released, including our first deluxe figure– Rocket Red.
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The basic figure for July in Mattel’s Club Infinite Earths is Starman. Nope, not Ted Knight. Or his son Jack… This is the JSA/ Legion Starman AKA Thom Kallor.
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Square Enix released another video recently showing a walkthrough of a full mission from the upcoming game Sleeping Dogs. From the looks of it, United Front Games has crafted an absolutely incredible open-world action game that’s as diverse as it is brutally violent. Check out the video after the break.
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The centerpiece of this year’s Masters of the Universe Classics collection gets some all-new box art, which Mattel shared out to their Club Eternia subscribers.
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AMC’s The Walking Dead unleashes zombies in the big apple in their ongoing campaign against DISH network.
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This week: Swamp Thing and Animal Man finally cross paths, Before Watchmen takes advantage of its mature rating, and Matt Murdock’s life starts to suck again (it was only a matter of time). Keep reading for the details on some of this week’s best releases!
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Here we are less than one week away from the release of Archer & Armstrong #1, effectively wrapping up Valiant’s initial run of newly launched titles and the first step of their well-executed comeback. Thus far, X-O Manowar, Harbinger, and Bloodshot have been presented in a way that maintains their brilliant core structure while stylistically updating their narratives and general aesthetic with a modern flair. Archer & Armstrong is, predictably, no exception and even delivers a much-needed dose of camp and humor into the mix.
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It’s official– Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit adaptation will now be a trilogy.
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