A thirteen minute preview for the Dark Knight Rises showed up this week on YouTube. The featurette gives glimpses at new scenes from the movie and some information on the plot. Is this new look at the movie enough to raise the excitement for the final installment of the Batman trilogy? Continue reading “Will the Dark Knight Rise to the Occasion?” »
There’s not many things going down at Comic Con I am more excited for than Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim, and it’s been cranked up to eleven with this awesome new teaser poster!
Continue reading “First Look at One of Pacific Rim’s Massive Jaegers” »
The Hobbit gets a new Gandalf-centric teaser poster, and we get hints of footage being screened… and of course it all goes down at Comic Con.
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June saw the release of two new additions to the DC Universe Club: Infinite Earths subscription line. Last month’s Golden Age Flash was a fantastic premiere figure, but how do this month’s characters compare?
Continue reading “Matty Collector Brings DC Fans (New) Gods and Monsters” »
The San Diego Comic Con exclusives for the Marvel Universe line will give fans some highly requested villains to build their own Masters of Evil.
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Pawtucket, R.I. – July 6, 2012 – At Comic-Con, the KRE-O brand from Hasbro, Inc. boldly goes where no one has gone before. Based on the upcoming Star Trek sequel from Paramount Pictures and directed by J.J. Abrams, the KRE-O Star Trek line, under license from CBS Consumer Products, features a variety of vehicles from the movie along with fun KREON figures based on iconic Star Trek characters. Fans will be able to see the KRE-O Star Trek U.S.S. Enterprise set and Kirk, Spock and Bones KREON figures for the first time in person at the Hasbro Comic-Con booth (#3213) beginning on Preview Night, July 11.
Continue reading “Hasbro’s KRE-O Brand “Builds” a Major Presence at Comic-Con” »
2012 marked the Return of Marvel Legends, and Hasbro is going all-out with an amazing box set of Legends figures available at Comic Con. The Uncanny X-Force set delivers stunning new versions of Wolverine, Psylocke and Archangel, all in their X-Force gear, and promises to round out the covert ops mutant team nicely.
Continue reading “Hasbro’s SDCC Uncanny X-Force Are Legendary” »
Marvel’s webslinger returns to the big screen to battle the Dark Knight this summer. Will the teen genius beat the millionaire playboy?
Continue reading “The Amazing Spiderman – Khalil’s Take” »
One of the most exciting exclusives Hasbro is bringing to Comic Con is the GI Joe Kim Arashikage figure, marking the return of the Joe team’s resident lady ninja to the 25th/ Modern era. With an incredible new sculpt, great accessories and a classic look, I don’t think Jinx could have turned out any better.
Continue reading “Comic Con Gets Jinx-ed, In The Best Way Possible” »
There’s nothing quite like a sweeping, dramatic orchestral piece to send shivers down your spine. The music of the Final Fantasy games has always been regarded as some of the highest caliber in the industry, even when it relied on 8-bit sounds and relatively simple melodies. Theatrhythm serves as a “Greatest Hits” compilation for every numbered Final Fantasy game of the last 25 years, wrapped up in totally addictive gameplay with tons of polish.
Continue reading “Now That’s What I Call (Final Fantasy) Music! Theatrhythm: Final Fantasy Review” »