Thanks to Wal-Mart Canada, fans can finally scope out next year's Marvel Super Heroes sets from LEGO. In the mix are sets that seem to sit nicely with the upcoming Marvel multimedia slate, including three Ultimate Spider-Man sets, and two Avengers Assemble sets. Sure, they're technically based on Disney XD's current two Marvel cartoons, but there's a prominent Electro minifigure ripe for The Amazing Spider-Man 2 movie release this summer. Perhaps best of all, though, is the reveal of LEGO MODOK. Take a look after the jump.
The M.O.D.O.K. Mug
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Fun fact about Jack Kirby's greatest creation: When the super-scientists of Advanced Idea Mechanics turned George Tarleton into a giant head with itty bitty arms and legs in a rocket chair, he was originally known as MODOC! It was only after a design flaw that he deviated from his original purpose and reinvented himself as a being that was Only for Killing. That original purpose?
Why, he was a Mental Organism Designed Only for Coffee, naturally.This, at least, is the premise that those bacon-loving mer
It's almost criminal that we didn't notice Mightyfine's papercraft M.O.D.O.K. promotion that turns computer monitors into a Mental Organism Designed Only for Komputing Killing back in December when we were running our holiday gift guide posts, but better later than never!
The team that crafts each episode of Marvel Super Heroes: What The--?! has delivered some quality Halloween episodes in their time, but this year's installment is perhaps the first with genuine scares. That's right, it's hosted by M.O.D.O.K... dressed like Elvira. Instead of killing, this mistress
Rocktober? Shocktober? Mohawktober? Here at ComicsAlliance, we just can't decide what we want to celebrate this month, so we're bringing you a different monthly theme every day! Today, we're honoring one of the greatest villains in Marvel Comics with M.O.D.O.K
Events: If you want to help the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund AND learn about comic book promotion from Our Love is Real writer Sam Humphries and our own Andy Khouri, pick up a ticket for the Comics College master session at Los Angeles' Meltdown Comics. Class begins Se
Not content to build a working M.O.D.O.K. shirt builder that casts AIM's famed Mental Organism Designed Only For Killing as some of Marvel's mightiest heroes, Mighty Fine have expanded their big-headed offerings across three more new tees. That's right, you can now shop for more than a solid week's worth of styling M.O.D.O.K. merch at their site. Hit
Many eons ago (in gaming time) the problem of reskinning fighter game sprites was solved through simply inverting pixelated color schemes or rotating the color wheel a few clicks to achieve a clear variation from an original character's look. These days fans are gifted with
M.O.D.O.K. fans have been privy to a number of the mental organism's designs since his 1967 debut, but a few elements of AIM's construction have remained constant: a bad bowl cut and butt rocket propulsion
Sadness: While new Perry Bible Fellowship comics have been popping up from time to time, official word from Nicholas Gurewitch is that "I don't think I'll be posting new ones on any kind of a regularized basis." RATS!