Join "Pixel Dan" Eardley as he takes a look at an upcoming new figure from the Masters of the Universe Classics toy line from Mattel! Next up, Pixel Dan takes a look at the evil Preternian giant Megator!
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Join "Pixel Dan" Eardley as he takes a look at an upcoming new figure from the Masters of the Universe Classics toy line from Mattel! Today, Pixel Dan takes a look at the evil warrior with a deadly grip known as Clawful!
Masters of the Universe Classics is available exclusively at http://www.MattyCollector.com!
Thursday, June 09 2011 @ 10:02 PM CDT
Thursday, June 09 2011 @ 01:00 AM CDT
Welcome to Power & Honor! Join host "Pixel Dan" Eardley as he takes you on a tour through the World of Masters of the Universe toys! In each installment, you'll get a look at a different action figure, playset, or vehicle from one of the various MOTU toy lines, including the vintage line, Princess of Power, New Adventures, 200x, and more!
In episode four, Dan looks at the orignal Princess of Power from 1984! It's the most powerful woman in the universe, She-Ra!
Wednesday, June 08 2011 @ 08:26 AM CDT
Welcome once again to the It Figures! podcast! Pixel Dan, Killen, Scotty Cash, and Stina return to talk toys and have some fun! This week's news round-up includes:
After discussing the Transformers news and revealing Scotty's bias towards Transformers for not being Power Rangers, the guys try to figure out what Stina might be able to do for the site as far as reviewing some vintage girls toy lines. What do you think? Can she do it? What do you wanna see? Head on over to the forums and lets discuss!
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Monday, June 06 2011 @ 05:52 PM CDT
It's a slow news week, but there is still plenty to talk about as J-Razz joins Jonathan in the studio for another installment of The Entertainment Center! X-Men: First Class is reviewed, as well as discussion of the new season of Psych (debuting later than hoped), the MTV Movie Awards (used to be so good), and MTV's Teen Wolf series (doesn't seem to make any sense at all). Plus Franklin & Bash, Community, How I Met Your Mother, Cougar Town, and more! Just click 'Play' and listen for yourselves!
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Sunday, June 05 2011 @ 12:00 AM CDT
|Welcome to the Comics Corner! This week the battle of DC vs. Marvel comes to a head as Fear Itself and Flashpoint are both released. Who came out on top, who’s handling the event pressure and what about that big announcement that DC made this week? Could that play a factor? Also this week we’ve got the return of S.H.I.E.L.D., Spider-Man swings back into your friendly neighborhood and this isn’t the Batman you’re looking for. Remember Sweet Tooth? Yeah, I’m still reading it and it’s still fantastic! Good thing I don’t number this column or I’d be thinking long and hard about renumbering so in the meantime come inside and see who claimed the top spot in an insane week of comics to land at the Top of the Stack!|
Saturday, June 04 2011 @ 04:56 PM CDT
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Coming this summer is a limited edition variant of one of the hottest DC Comics Bishoujo Statues yet! The hit line combining DC’s most beautiful female characters with traditional Japanese stylings has seen plenty of heroines, so it’s time to go bad with EVIL SUPERGIRL LIMITED EDITION! While there have been various incarnations of the character throughout the years, the current one has taken the world by storm. Reintroduced to fans in 2004, Kara Zor-El is the Kryptonian cousin of Superman and has all of the same superpowers. In 2005’s Supergirl #5, Lex Luthor used a Black Kryptonite ray to create a duplicate, evil version of the heroic Supergirl. While the two would later re-assemble with the help of Wonder Woman, Kara’s evil alter ego gained instant fame for her bad attitude and sexy look. Evil Supergirl is based on a design by illustrator Shunya Yamashita, Japan’s leading bishoujo artist known for his art books, video game work, and multiple figural collaborations with Kotobukiya.
Based on the current “New Earth” version of the character and costume and inspired by Supergirl #5, Evil Supergirl arrives on the scene literally floating in the clouds! Dressed in her malevolent two piece black, silver, and vermilion outfit consisting of a very short skirt and midriff-baring top along with knee-length boots, the young Kryptonian proves that bad can look oh so good. Evil Supergirl flies on top of a small cloud formation, twisting to look behind her (and in the process showing off her long legs and just a peek at her silver panties). She’s even joined by an evil, black caped version of her faithful kitty companion Streaky the Supercat! Supergirl’s beautiful flowing blonde hair is further accented by translucent material, and perfectly frames her Bishoujo-styled face with new yellow eyes and dark makeup.
Constructed of high-quality pvc plastic and standing nearly 10 inches tall (in the ultimate 1/7 scale) as she floats on her exclusive base, Evil Supergirl was sculpted by Masahiro “Gill Gill” Takahashi. Limited to only 1,500 pieces (starting with a 360 piece early premiere at San Diego Comic-Con) this dark beauty won’t be around for long!
Available July 2011.
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Saturday, June 04 2011 @ 04:00 PM CDT
Saturday, June 04 2011 @ 01:26 PM CDT
A KOTOBUKIYA Japanese import! Kotobukiya is proud to present its convention exclusive for San Diego Comic-Con 2011, a new variant edition of the hit Marvel Comics Fantastic Four Bishoujo Statue: INVISIBLE WOMAN SDCC 2011 EXCLUSIVE! In the first issue of Fantastic Four in 1961 Sue Storm was a member of Reed Richards’ doomed spaceflight that encountered cosmic radiation, imbuing the four humans onboard with strange abilities. With powers of invisibility and force field creation, Sue became the Invisible Woman (though at first she was the Invisible “Girl”) and a core member of the Fantastic Four! The first version of the character in the amazing Marvel Bishoujo collection (combining iconic superheroines and villains with traditional Japanese stylings) captured the character in her modern outfit with special translucent effects. Now Sue Storm is back again featuring her classic 1980s costume and some great special features, all based on an original character reinterpretation by illustrator Shunya Yamashita!
She may have the power to disappear from view, but the Invisible Woman is on full display here! The sultry Sue stands on her defeated opponent, shedding her protective force field and showing off with a jaunty pose. Casually walking toward you with one hand on her hip, the fantastic heroine points towards the sky with an all new hand gesture and shorter hair. The Invisible Woman is dressed in her traditional Fantastic Four costume, an ultra skintight bodysuit showing off all of her sexy curves in metallic blue and white with the team’s logo on her chest. This new costume looks incredible on her with a bright shimmer and excellent details down to the open fingers on her gloves. While she’s fully visible this time around, the force field shards around her are a nice nearly-translucent pale blue. The Invisible Woman’s strong pose and alluring figure are perfectly topped off by a beautiful Bishoujo-styled face that shows off her confidence and power after a tremendous battle!
Invisible Woman stands just over 9 inches tall (in the current Marvel Bishoujo 1/7th scale) on an amazing georama base depicting the hand of the gigantic green monster from the cover of Fantastic Four #1, “The Mole Man’s Monster!” This exclusive version is limited to just 500 pieces and will be available exclusively at San Diego Comic-Con 2011 and via limited pre-orders on www.kotous.com!
Available July 2011.
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