Chris Sims: Hello, everyone! David Uzumeri is on vacation, so for this week's installment of ComicsAlliance's in-depth reviews of mass-media super-hero projects, I'm joined by War Rocket Ajax co-host Matt Wilson. And before we continu
Marvel took a step back from the mega event in 2010, but if a recent trademark application by Marvel Characters, Inc. is any indication, their original 1984 12-issue crossover may be getting the spotlight in the future (at least, in name)
Landing in the sweet spot between Mego's late '70s "Pocket Super Heroes" line and Toy Biz's 1990 "Marvel Super Heroes" action figure, Mattel's 1984 Secret Wars toys spawned Marvel's first mega comics crossover and is remembered today for offering previously unmade heroes and villains, tons of vehicles, massive playsets, and wonderfully ridiculous accessories (characters sported shields that flashed between pictures of their secret and costumed identities).
But what if the line h
Hasbro's already cool Marvel Universe action figures are getting a little bit cooler. And when I say "getting a little bit cooler," what I really mean is "getting an action figure version of Storm with a badass mohawk," but the two phrases are more or less interchangeable