I had a feeling President Obama’s administration were a cool bunch of people, and their response to the “We The People” proposal to build a real-life Death Star proves it.
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Hasbro’s Marvel Universe Jubilee had some good stuff going for her, but her modern look can’t hold a candle to her 90’s X-Men style, so I fixed that.
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Not unlike the movie itself, NECA’s recent Django Unchained toy line has been met with criticism, with some labeling the toys as offensive, based on the property’s connection to slavery. I didn’t talk about it in my review, so I’m talking about it now.
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In a collector’s life there are times when you give up part of your collection. It can be for various reasons, but whatever they are, it is always a hard choice to make.
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As the name suggests, Cryptozoic’s latest is a deck-building game steeped in the DC Universe, featuring tons of familiar characters and killer card art pulled straight from comic panels and covers. It’s also the second game Cryptozoic has released that uses their “Cerberus Engine,” which allows for cross-title compatibility. So how does it fare compared to other deck-builders out there?
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Lots of great action figures came out in 2012. Here’s our list of the ten best ones.
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Happy New Year! If you’re not sure about the new year yet, here’s ten things that will make 2013 an awesome year.
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Overall, 2012 was a year filled with surprises for tried and true toy collectors, with some stunning toy lines both new and old coming to the forefront.
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It looks like The Walking Dead will be getting a new showrunner for Christmas this year.
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We’re a little late posting the latest round of answers from Mattel. Yesterday’s tragedy in Newtown– less than 30 miles from Kastor’s Korner HQ in Southington– made it very difficult to focus on writing about toys and movies and geeky stuff. Our thoughts go out to all our CT neighbors suffering in light of this terrible tragedy.
Now let’s get back to toy talk, with some all new answers from Mattel:
Continue reading “Ask Mattel 12/14/2012: MOTUC’s Two-Year Roadmap, Weapons Pak Details & More” »
The G.I. Joe sequel gets yet another awesome, ass-kicking trailer, one that makes it increasingly hard to figure out why it got such an embarrassing last-minute delay.
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Marvel reveals a new international one-sheet for The Wolverine, striking a fine dramatic pose perched on top of Tokyo.
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You know a JJ Abrams movie is coming when the misinformation and confusion gets this thick!
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Mattel has returned a new batch of answers to close out November. This round, we get some new details on where you can go for WWE’s Miss Elizabeth, how many waves of DC Unlimited figures we should expect in 2013, and we dare to bring up the likelihood of Snake Mountain (already!) Read on for all this month’s answers…
Continue reading “Ask Mattel 11/30/2012: How Many DC Characters Does “Unlimited” Mean & More” »