The creators of The Venture Bros. sat down for some questions at New York Comic Con, and they shared some insight into the hit series and the upcoming Season Six.
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Although an enormous line of hundreds of eager fans snaked around the queue, very few people were admitted into this year’s Archie Comics panel at New York Comic Con. Despite this being one of the most popular comics-related attractions year-after-year, the panel has hosted in a small 70-seat room and many folks were turned away, which is unfortunate as this was hands-down the greatest panel I attended the entire weekend – fast-paced and loaded with information.
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Founded in 2008 by Jerry Macalusco, who had previously sculpted for the likes of Toy Biz, Mattel, Diamond, McFarlane, and more, Pop Culture Shock Collectibles has been bringing our favorite comic, game, and film characters to life in stunning, fully-realized works of art. When passing by their booth at New York Comic Con, attendees couldn’t help but do a double-take at the incredible pieces they had on display.
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Mezco gives us a preview of the 2014 Axe Cop series with a cool NYCC exclusive test shot edition figure.
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The upcoming new season sends Archer head-first into the Danger Zone, and I cannot wait!
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You can always count on Square Enix/Play Arts Kai to put on a stunning display and the figures they rolled out at this year’s New York Comic Con certainly didn’t disappoint.
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The Four Horsemen’s Power Lords continue with a fantastic duo of NYCC exclusive Ggrapptikk Grunts.
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Kotobukiya had lots of stunning new reveals at NYCC… 2014 is gonna be an exciting (and expensive) year!
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Eidos Montreal, the studio behind 2012′s amazing Deus Ex: Human Revolution, offered us some quality time with their upcoming title, Thief, a re-imagining of the classic franchise published by Square Enix; and what we were able to experience, even in this early build, was absolutely incredible.
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Frank Darabont’s L.A. noir screened its first 19 minutes at NYCC, and it seems to be a real return to form for the legendary director.
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