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Link Ink: Beast’s ‘Days Of Future Past’ Look, Stop Motion DBZ And New D-Arts Mega Man

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Movies: Director Bryan Signer has Tweeted a first look at Beast as portrayed by actor Nicholas Hoult in the upcoming X-Men: Days of Future Past.

Awesome: Counter656 is back with another insanely rad Dragon Ball Z stop motion animation using S.H. Figuarts.

Movies: Tony Stark tell

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Link Ink: ‘Robot Chicken DC Comics Special’ On Blu-ray, More ‘Man Of Steel’ Lego And Gunpla Tutorials

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Movies: The Robot Chicken DC Comics Special is set for release on Blu-ray and DVD on July 9.

Lego: New images of the Lego DC Universe Super Heroes "Superman: Battle of Smallville" set have arrived online, wit

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Link Ink: Custom ‘Iron Man 3′ Lego Suits, Redford Considering SHIELD And Gritty ‘Pokemon Snap’

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Custom Toys: While it's unlikely that Lego will ever get around to making individual versions of ALL of Tony Stark's many Iron Man 3 suits, customizer Minh Pham is hard at work on some awesome customs.

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Link Ink: Bandai’s Blastoise, More ‘Injustice’ Battles And Marvel’s ‘Of The Dead’

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Toys: The newest images of Bandai's D-Arts Blastoise indicate that it will, indeed, be a (s)hell of an action figure (pardon the stolen TMNT pun) when it drops around June.

Gaming: It's Cyborg vs. Aquaman and Green Lantern vs. Solomon Grundy in the late

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Bass And Treble Join Mega Man In Bandai’s D-Arts Action Figure Line

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With the Bandai D-Arts Mega Man now available in the US, Tamashii Nations has rolled out images of the first proper Robot Master the Blue Bomber will have to contend with on collector shelves. Perhaps surprisingly, it's not the usual Proto Man. Instead, it's Dr. Wily's aggressive MM imitation Bass and his robo wolf Tr

Link Ink: CG Hong Kong Phooey And Marvin The Martian, Plastic Charizard And Stamped Doctors

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Animation: Director Alex Zamm has posted footage from a canned Marvin the Martian CG/live action short, along with a Hong Kong Phooey CG demo on his Vimeo site.

Upcoming: Fantagraphics has posted an online preview of the upcoming Messages in a Bottle, which will collect the best comics by

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Pokemon Going D-Arts With Mewtwo, Charizard, Venusaur And Blastoise Figures

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The final evolutions of each of the three starter pocket monsters from the original Pokémon Red/Blue video games -- plus the title's mightiest mutant -- will all be getting hyper-articulated action figures as part of Bandai's D-Arts line in Japan in 2013. Shown at the Tamashii Nation 2012 late last month, all four of the figures seem loosely in scale compared to one anot

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Bandai Reveals The S.H. Figuarts Green Ranger Action Figure

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Bandai churns out scads of serviceable Power Rangers/Super Sentai toys every year in both the US and Japan, but its S.H. Figuarts line is where collectors go for the cream of the crop. A variety of rangers from some of the most recent series from the tokusatsu f

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Sailor Moon Finally Getting Her Action Figure Due From Bandai

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Naoko Takeuchi's (the one named) Sailor Moon has been battling evil for 20 years across manga, anime, live action television and even the stage, but unlike a lot of her magical girl contemporaries, the heroine's fashion doll/statue to action figure ratio is staggeringly imbalanced. As revealed at Japan's Tamashii Nation 2012 preview event, however, the tide is startin

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Chogokin King Robo Mickey & Friends Action Figure Is Like A Disney Megazord

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Perhaps the most profound fusion between classic Disney characters and Japanese pop culture since Kingdom Hearts has arrived, and it's a giant combining piloted mecha versions of Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Pluto and his dog house, Goofy, Donald Duck, Daisy Duck and a mini Steamboat Willie. Call it

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