In the "Diamond Select: Minimates" panel at Comic-Con, Diamond Select announced some of the newest toys on from the blocky, fan-favorite line of Minimates.
In addition to the new Secret Wars set (left), the upcoming Silver Age X-Men set features the original cast of the X-Men team, including Iceman, Marvel Girl, Cyclops, and Beast (below), and featuring interchangable civilian heads for Marvel Girl and Cyclops. Both are slated to hit
Comic Con. It's almost here. Can you feel it? Are you ready?
No, of course not. You're not going. While all of your friends are packing bags and taking out second mortgages for the Nerd Prom, you're looking forward to a "What Not to Wear" marathon, nine bags of eviscerated pork rinds, and a desperate struggle to stave off the tears that well behind the glassy veneer of your bloodshot, disappointed eyes. Just like
I cannot lie: I am impressed by the brainwave technology behind Mindflex and the Star Wars Force Trainer, because making things levitate with your mind is pretty cool. Less cool? Creating a tournament where Comic-Con attendees face off
-- The Bear and Bird Gallery in Lauderhill, FL is exhibiting Stitch Wars this Saturday, an army of more than hundred hand-stitched morsels of adorable Star Wras figures collected from all over the world.
-- Grab your coattails and pocket protectors, folks, it's time for
With a stage full of almost as many folks as had taken the same stage for Friday's Vertigo panel, the creative team behind Fables, Jack of Fables, and House of Mystery led the capacity crowd in an informative roundtable discussion early Sunday afternoon at Comic-Con. Being the thoughtful folks they are, they even brought gifts for attendees in the form of a very special Comic-Con exclusive: a one-page Fables stor
An all-star cast of creators joined Mark Evanier for his annual Jack Kirby tribute at Comic-Con Sunday morning. Sharing the stage with Evanier were creators and Kirby devotees Neil Gaiman, Erik Larsen and Darwyn Cooke. Told
Living up to his reputation during a candid two-hour conversation with his fans late Saturday night at Comic-Con, Warren Ellis worked his way through two Red Bull tallboys, a can of Sparks (an alcohol-infused energy drink presented to him by a fan) and, in flagrant disregard of Convention Center policy --to say nothing of the state of California-- a late-in-the panel cigarette
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