It's hard to believe that a "Jonah Hex" movie is hitting theaters before "Wonder Woman" or "The Flash," but that's what we're looking at. Luckily, "Hex" looks like it's going to be a pretty cool affair thanks to the involvement of Josh Brolin (the star of "No Country For Old Men" and a lifelong Goonie) as Hex himself
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"Mass Effect" is everywhere. Whether it's the upcoming video game sequel or the recently launched comic book series from Dark Horse, it's clear that people are digging on the adventures of Commander Shepard, the hero - or heroine, depending on your initially chosen path - of the science fiction franchise.
Now, Shepard and a variety of other characters from the "Mass Effect" series - including
Yesterday, I was so busy fawning over the action figure offerings in DC Direct's August 2010 solicitations that I completely overlooked something tremendous: power rings.
So, here's the scoop. DC Direct is providing equal representation for one Roy G. Biv in their upcoming "Blackest Night" Power Ri
Toy solicitations can be so cruel. Despite showing off a plethora of wondrous photos of future products, oftentimes these solicits are for merchandise that's almost a year away from release.
Take the recent DC Direct solicitations for August 2010, for example. Frustratin
Spoiler alert: Martian Manhunter is dying this week.
Just kidding, guys. Martian Manhunter has been dead for quite a while. What he is doing, however, is returning from the great beyond in action figure form, courtesy of the second wave of 'Blackest Night' action figures from DC Direct.
The latest series hits stores tomorrow - not t
When it comes to color-coded manifestations of emotional power, Green Lantern Hal Jordan is one conflicted cat. Where it used to be a simple battle between the green might of willpower vs. the yellow power of fear, Geoff Johns' "Darkest Night" storyline has established a multi-hued collection of corps, all vying for Jordan's membership
DC Direct has announced that it will be releasing new DC superhero toys next January called Blammoids, whose enormous, blocky chests are reminiscent of take-out containers and/or Rob Liefeld drawings. The first series of toys will include Batman, Green Lantern, Sinestro, Firestorm, The Joker, and Aquaman, although t