Continuing its San Diego Comic-Con exclusive rollout, Funko has revealed a slew of new Wacky Wobbler and Pop! Vinyl figures that fans of DC Comics and Masters of the Universe (and... Disco?) may be eager to see at its booth. Next week Funkophiles can get their hands on the Metallic Skeletor Wacky Wobbler, Metallic Batman '66 Wacky Wobbler, Metallic Domo Batman, Domo Man of Steel, Black Suit Man of Steel, Disco Skeletor and Bloody Rorschach.
Movies: If you thought the 2005 Fantastic Four film was a departure from its Marvel Comics source material, wait until you see the unused concept art for Dr. Doom and the Thing by Constantine Sekeris.
Art Shows: "Lazer Lips and
Animation: Warner Bros. Animation has released new images and official box art for Superman: Unbound, which arrives on home video and digital formats on May 7.
Movies: There's a new still of Hugh Jackman on The Wolverine
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. Currently sitting at preorder si
Even though Funko collectors weren't exactly hurting for versions of a certain armored Avenger, they can certainly count on having plenty more toy options corresponding with the May 3 release of Iron Man 3. Not only will characte
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, al
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. Darrow teamed with writer Andrew Vachss for the recently-released The Shaolin Cowboy Adventure Magazine th
Kids: Some awesome minicomics were made by the Junior Girl Scouts of America Gables Elementary Troop 1320 when they visited the Cartoon Library this week as part of an effort to "learn about comics, self-publishing, and to earn their Drawing Badge!" Congrats on the badges, Troop 1320!