If you weren't quite satisfied with the initial wave of heavily watermarked prototype images teasing Funko and Super7's 60+ figure strong line of Kenner-style 3.75" action figures, we've got you covered. Every one of the announced toys was on display at Funko's Toy Fair 2014 booth (albeit heavily backlit), so we put together a quick video that scans all of the plastic versions of characters from The Rocketeer, The Nightmare Before Christmas, Predator, The Terminator, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Back to the Future, Escape from New York, Firefly, Scream, The Goonies, Universal Monsters, Pulp Fiction, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Friday the 13th, Hellraiser, Trick 'R Treat, Halloween and The Crow. You can take a look after the cut.
General Alien enthusiasts and action figure trivia fans unite! Kenner's abandoned 1979 Alien action figure line is being revived by Super7, giving generations of fans their first proper crack at picking up vintage-style versions of Ripley (with flame thrower), Ash (with motion detector), Dallas (with flame thrower), Kane (in Nostromo spacesuit) and a surprisingly horrifying 3.75" "Big Chap" style "The Alien" xenomorph (with removable transparent dome, extendable jaws and glow-in-the-dark head
Art: Mondo and Sideshow Collectibles team for a limited edition Super Powers print remembering Kenner's fan-favorite '80s action figure line.
Characters: Chris Illuminati looks at some classic Batman covers and ponders Robin's worth as a sidekick.
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One of the nice things about being the internet's Foremost Batmanologist is that over the years, I've built up a network of readers who keep their eyes out for stuff they think I need to see. It's not a perfect system -- I think I got the trailer for Machine Girl, the Japanese picture about a schoolgirl who has her arm replaced with a Gatling gun so that she can go on a roaring rampage of revenge, about thirty times after it first hit the web -- but sometimes, it pays off big.
That's the case today,