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Hot Toys is set to expand on its Iron Man 2 and Iron Man 3 Cosbaby lines with a second series of IM3 figures in 2014. While the first series seemed more like an IM2 expansion with figures meant to more or less fill out Tony Stark's Hall of Armors, this second wave is pretty firmly rooted in IM3 with baby-ized versions of Iron Man Mark XLII, Battle Damaged Iron Man XLII, Pepper Potts in the XLII amor, Tony Stark, Iron Patriot and War Machine Mark II.
Saturday afternoon's Marvel panel was billed as an Inhumanity panel, but most of the announcements were for new Marvel solo books, and there was almost – almost – news about the future of the Ultimate Universe. But not quite.
Marvel Senior Vice President of Publishing Tom Brevoort took the lead, joined by Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso and Ultimates editor Mark Paniccia, as well as writers Kieron Gillen, Jonathan Hickman, Kelly Sue DeConnick and Dan Slott.
A Marvel/DC crossover may not be in the cards in comic books anytime soon, but you can at least have that Thor/Superman fight you've been itching to see again on the screen of your iPad.
That's because WizKids/NECA and MFV, makers of the HeroClix TabApp Elite are adding Marvel characters to the game, which already features quite a few DC heroes.
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Movies: Nearly six minutes of new Iron Man 3 b-roll might just make your morning.
Surveys: From now until May 5, fans can vote in Hasbro's new "Fan Built Bot" poll to decide what Transformer will commemorate the line's 30th anniversary...
Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum have revealed their first line of Iron Man 3 Minimates set to arrive in specialty stores and Toys "R" Us this spring. Following the release of a few trailers and promotional images, there's not too many surprises, but fans can still get one of their best looks at each character (in blocky toy form, anyway) so far...
Fonts: I'm not sure anything can save Comic Sans, but it never hurts to hear reasonable arguments to the contrary...