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Link Ink: The Joker Mannequin of Your Nightmares, ‘Drokk’ Rock and Haggar the Hero


Batman: This '66 Joker mannequin is here to ensure you never sleep again.

Digital: Marvel has announced its $3.99 print titles will all come with free digital download codes beginning in June. Digital comics will apparently remain $3...

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Spider-Man, Batman and Gun-Toting Mario Bros. Become Wonderfully Bizarre ‘Battle Babies’ Toys


Aggressive, let's call it... toysploration... has a bit of a bad name thanks to Toy Story's depiction of mad customizer Sid, but in the right hands creepy baby doll pieces can achieve a truly higher calling...

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Hasbro Unveils Upcoming ‘Star Wars’ Action Figures [Toy Fair 2012]


If you're the kind of collector who chases every single one of Hasbro's 3.75" Star Wars action figures, then all I can say is, "May the Force be with you." There's simply a ton of toys rolling out in 2012 with the re-release of The Phantom Menace in 3D, the pending release of the fourth season of the CG Clone Wars animated series and continuous demand for the vintage figure line...

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Link Ink: ‘Avengers’ Movie 3D Glasses, DC’s Free Comic Book Day, Muppets Respond to Fox News


Movies: The Avengers movie 3D glasses will have you looking sort of like Captain America, Hulk, Thor and/or Iron man this summer according to BadTaste. If you want to look like Black Widow, just wear sunglasses, I guess...

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‘The Avengers’ Movie Helicarrier and Quinjet Toys Arrive at UK Toy Fair


Hasbro's line of 3.75" action figures based on this summer's The Avengers movie will have some pretty sweet plastic rides to tool around in. According to info and images obtained by The Red Shadows user Dark Horse at the UK Toy Fair 2012, fans can expect a 3-foot long S...

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Parting Shot: Little Girl’s Righteous Rant about Toy Marketing: ‘Some Girls Like Superheroes!’


As you -- or your children, depending on your life -- open up your presents to reveal awesome toys this holiday season, it's worth watching this righteous rant by young Riley, who has a few questions for the marketing tactics of toy companies...

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Burger King Announces Somewhat Obscure ‘Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror’ Toys


For the past few years, Burger King has been loading up their Kids' Meals with tiny plastic toys representing the annual Simpsons "Treehouse of Horror" episodes -- the only Halloween specials good enough to air after Halloween...

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Ask Chris #71: The Punisher… For Kids!


Here at ComicsAlliance, we value our readership and are always open to what the masses of Internet readers have to say. That's why every week, Senior Writer Chris Sims puts his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions...

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The Japanese ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’ Anime Even More Insane Than Expected


Last week, ComicsAlliance editor Laura Hudson posted about a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles anime produced in Japan in 1994, in which the Turtles transformed into sentai-style super-heroes and battled Shredder, who had himself turned into a robot dragon...

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Mattel Shows Off Gobs of ‘Green Lantern’ Movie Toys at WonderCon


Mattel's been putting their Green Lantern movie toy pedal to the metal of late unveiling one wave of miniature emerald warriors and accessories after another. The companies' visit to WonderCon 2011 in San Francisco this past weekend was no exception, with loads of GLs on display, plus an early look at a plastic Hector Hammond and the honkin' roleplay construct toys big kids can look forward to whomping one another with in the months to come...

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