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Link Ink: The Voltron Hoodie, Burton’s Marvel Gear And Zyuranger’s Potential Cameo

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Waltz past the cut for all of Wednesday's links.

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Play Imaginative Announces Super Alloy ‘Iron Man 2′ 1/12 Scale Drone Action Figures

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Play Imaginative's previously previewed 1/12 scale Iron Man 3 heroes will soon have some compatible die-cast foes to square off against. This spring four flavors of Iron Man 2 drone are getting the Super Alloy treatment next year. While they lack the human touch of bad guy options like the Iron Monger, Whiplash, Aldrich Killian or even... Trevor Slattery, the roughly 6" tall limited edition Air Assault, Tactical Assault, Ground Assault and Sea Assault drone action figures should make for fun army-building if you collect toys with a Tony Stark budget.

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Link Ink: Vinyl Stan Lee, ‘The Walking Dead’ Season 4 And Mechawhales

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Super Alloy Green Lantern Joins Play Imaginative’s Die-Cast Justice League

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Play Imaginative's Jim Lee-designed New 52 Justice League lineup continues to expand with a new Super Alloy Green Lantern boasting the line's usual 12" scale, approximately 80% die-cast construction and heap of accessories set to arrive by the end of the year.

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Exclusive Super Alloy Batman And Superman Figures Coming To SDCC 2013

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If Play Imaginative's main line of Super Alloy action figures weren't limited enough, the Yes Anime booth #4729 at San Diego Comic-Con 2013 will be rolling out two new takes on its Batman and Superman figures. Both sculpted in the style of DC Comics Co-Publisher Jim Lee's New 52 costume designs, the figures stand 12" tall and are composed principally of die-cast (metal) material.The new $300, 85 percent die-cast Batman figure packs 50 points of articulation, a detachable and posable fabric cape, multiple swappable hands, a grappling gun and batarang, plus a magnetic gargoyle base to perch on care of magnets embedded in its feet.

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Link Ink: ‘Iron Man 3′ Super Alloy Suits, Wonder Woman’s XXX Costume And Wolverine’s Motion Posters

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Toys: Play Imaginative has unveiled its Super Alloy Iron Man 3 figure series release timeline.

Pr0n: The Wonder Woman XXX: An Axel Braun Parody starring Kimberly Kane may (perhaps ironically) have one of the most comics-accurate costumes fans ha

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Link Ink: ‘Batman’ ’66 Mez-Itz, Chinese Opera And Goku Parties With Luffy And Toriko

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Toys: Mezco's Batman 1966 Mez-Itz Batmobile with Batman and Robin is now available for preorder at specialty retailers.

Interesting: Tom Spurgeon points to Gene Luen Yang's thoughtful piece examining the similarities between superhero comics and Chinese opera

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Link Ink: Empire’s ‘Man Of Steel’ Images, ‘Days Of Future Past’ Casting And Graphic Novel Benefits

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Movies: Henry Cavill is standing tall in his Man of Steel suit on the latest cover(s) of Empire magazine.

Movies: Director Bryan Singer has announced that X-movie veterans Anna Paquin (Rogue), Ellen Page (Shadowcat) and Shawn R. Ashmore (Iceman) wil

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Link Ink: An Iron Man Laser Gauntlet, The 1966 Batmobile Auctioned And M.U.S.C.L.E. MOTU

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Lasers: Laser-Gadgets maestro Patrick Priebe builds his own working "Iron Man" laser gauntlet.

Toys: PlasticPlayhouse's Rick Dries retools M.U.S.C.L.E. figures into Masters of the Universe heroes a

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Link Ink: Badman’s Roombaphobia, Barrowman’s ‘Arrow’ Role And A Giant Gundam Box

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Video: College Humor's "Badman" moves on from blowing his secret identity to revealing his darkest fears to Scarecrow.

Interviews: Mark Walters has posted what could be one of the final interviews with Joe Kubert, in which the artist discusses the importance of storytelling, hi

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