The best part of going to see Prometheus this weekend was the trailer for Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained, and it’s so good it was worth the admission price all on its own. I’m suddenly wondering how I can make it until Christmas before getting to see this movie!
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The buzz had been building for years about the Return of Marvel Legends, although the sales of the first two waves of figures came as a surprise to everyone, including Hasbro. Now the company finds themselves in an interesting spot where demand is very high… but they need to think smart if they’re going to keep this line going as strong as we all hope.
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Before Watchmen is already upon us, and if the first issue is a sign of things to come for the next 35 weeks, we have a whole lot of awesome storytelling to look forward to.
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The Amazing Spider-Man movie toys are the most underwhelming toys Hasbro has released in this downer year, but there’s still a few gems in the mix. Case in point, the great-looking Ultimate Doctor Octopus, who is one of the best-looking toys ever made on the eight-appendaged villain. But is he worthy of being called “ultimate”?
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With debut issues currently staggered for release through August, Valiant is giving fans something fresh to look forward to all summer. This month brings us the first issue of the relaunched Harbinger, a series any comic fan should be familiar with as it was one of Valiant’s most acclaimed franchises in the early 90’s and one hell of a book. I’m glad to say the kick-off to the new series doesn’t disappoint – maintaining the general plot of the blockbuster original while playing around with great new takes on the characters and with a darker, more foreboding feel overall.
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TriForce has announced that it has officially acquired the license from Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create 1:1 scale prop replicas of various weapons, gadgets and iconic objects from Rocksteady’s blockbuster Batman video games, Arkham Asylum & its sequel, Arkham City. The first two products are now available for pre-order at www.projecttriforce.com. The Batarang will retail for $750 and have a limited run of 750 pieces. The Riddler Trophy will retail for $350 and, to mimic the total number attainable in Batman: Arkham City, have a limited run of 440 pieces.
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Comic Con is coming up quick, and Hasbro and Marvel aren’t wasting any more time revealing their Marvel exclusives. Yesterday Hasbro debuted the Masters of Evil, and now Marvel.com has revealed the Legends 3-Pack that’s this year’s SDCC exclusive.
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Last weekend Sony released a four-minute clip of The Amazing Spider-Man, and with less than a month to go until the movie hits, the excitement is definitely building.
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Hasbro has released the Amazing Spider-Man movie toys, and while the line is fairly underwhelming for collectors, there’s a few treasures buried in this line. The best of the bunch is the fantastic new Super-Articulated movie Spidey, who really shows how well Hasbro can pull off a great toy when they want to.
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Ouch, that really hurt. While Sally becomes a woman, Don gets more aggressive than ever (at least, in the office), and we say an incredibly sad goodbye to a partner at SCDP. This had to be the gut-punching-est episode of Mad Men yet.
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