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Link Ink: The Batbench, ‘Iron Man 3′ At Disneyland And Vegeta’s Dance Moves


Furnishings: You can't actually buy one, but Charles Lushear's Batman emblem workbench seems like a solid way to decorate your inner sanctum.

Theme Parks: Disneyland will open an "Iron Man Tech Presented by Stark Industries" display on April 13, which will feature Stark's Hall of Armor, and a Mark 42 Iron Man armor simulator...

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DC’s New 52 Costumes Get The Pop! Vinyl Treatment From Funko


The spandex set can find Funko Pop! Vinyl versions of DC's heroic trinity without much fuss, but for fans of the New 52 costume designs by Jim Lee, it'll still be a few more months until the more armored versions of Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman are available...

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A Second Wave Of ‘The Walking Dead’ Funko Pop! Vinyl Figures On The Way


As a vinyl toy producer, Funko could be forgiven for sticking to a standard sculpt across its line, but it's gone the extra mile on its The Walking Dead figures. Based on the AMC TV series adapted from Robert Kirkman, Tony Moore and Charlie Adlard's Image/Skybound comic, the first wave featured Rick Grimes, Daryl Dixon, RV Walker and the Bicycle Zombie...

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


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 and villains...

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Dark Phoenix, Deadpool, Ghost Rider And More Coming In Second Funko Pop! Vinyl Wave


Funko's Pop! Vinyl line is getting some more Marvelous additions in early 2013. Beast, Dark Phoenix, Deadpool, Dr. Doom, Ghost Rider and Silver Surfer will join their 3.75" brethren from previous waves, although this round of characters focuses on comic book takes on the House of Ideas' heroes and villains rather than the last few movie lines for Thor, Captain America: The First Avenger and The Avengers...

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Geof Darrow-Designed Shaolin Cowboy Vinyl Figure Coming In February


It may still be tragically difficult to get your hands on the original Shaolin Cowboy comic book miniseries by Geof Darrow and the Wachowskis, but the silent hero of the fantastical west has been making a killer comeback nonetheless...

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Link Ink: Wolverine Meets Psy, Manga Rage And The New Castle Grayskull


Dancing: Hugh Jackman and Psy recently kicked it Gangnam style while rocking adamantium claws on the set of The Wolverine.

Conventions: Roughly 116,000 people attended New York Comic Con this year...

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‘Mighty Morphin Power Rangers’ Getting The Funko Pop! Vinyl Treatment In November


Power Rangers fans have their share of collectible options from Bandai, Mega Bloks and others, but now Funko is supplying a vinyl option by putting its spin on the franchise with a new line of 3.75" Mighty Morphin Pop...

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Batman Getting a ‘Shogun Warriors’ Style Robot Figure From Funko


Straddling the scales of Mattel's retooled Japanese robot toys of the 1970s Shogun Warriors line, Funko has crafted an 11" tall Batman Robot figure for its "Vinyl Invaders" series. The figure will sport limited articulation (probably just at the shoulders, from the looks of the KISS Demon Robot figure) and won't feature fist rockets like some of the Shogun Warriors toys its design was inspired by, but it's still got enough charm to make me consider its current preorder price of about $36 at sites like Entertainment Earth...

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Funko Reveals Upcoming ‘The Avengers’ Movie Vinyl and Plush Toys


Specializing in 3.75" vinyl and similarly-scaled plushies, Funko's set to follow up 2011's Thor and Captain America: The First Avenger movie toys with an all-new wave of Avengers items. Slated to arrive in March/April (just a few months ahead of The Avengers' May 4 release date), fans can expect to see Pop...

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