What if the movie version of Wonder Woman did have a more comic book influenced design though? She’d probably look a little something like this.
December 12, 2018
Venom is pretty much, hot stuff again. Which also means that a ton of merchandise which is on the verge of a Gene Simmons lawsuit for infringing on his tongue gimmick, is on the way. Here’s one rather cool piece of symbiote action from Sideshow Collectibles: A full-size replica bust of the comic book icon that measures in at stupidly massive size.
This week, Grant Morrison returns to DC Comics with The Green Lantern. Hal Jordan is slinging green again, there’s a universe to be protected and only so many Green Lanterns to go around. What’s the difference with this series however? Morrison’s plans to merge cosmic storytelling with grounded cop stories.
Crikey, but comic books are becoming an ugly business. Last week, it was reported that Comicsgate’s most prominent face Richard Meyer was taking veteran comic book writer Mark Waid to court, claiming that Waid had managed to get publisher Antarctic Press to drop his crowdfunded Jawbreakers comic book series from the imprint by flexing his well-connected muscles. Claiming defamation and …
I’m not in a rush to jump down that cash-hungry rabbit hole of collecting again, but it’ hard to deny just how well-designed and crafted each individual Amiibo is. I’m thinking of breaking that oath to refrain from Nintendo’s collectible clutches, as next week’s Diablo 3: Eternal Collection on the Switch has revealed a new addition to the merch library: An adorable Loot Goblin.
Our planet is actually a prison designed to both trap and shelter an amnesiac alien entity of incalculable power. Now known as Michael Grey, this cosmic angel of destruction currently believes himself to be an ordinary, midwestern insurance underwriter, who belongs to a global secret society dedicated to making sure he never discovers the truth about his past. To make matters worse, our hero has fallen in love with Michael Grey. And for their love to be born, Earth must die.
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