That itchy trigger finger hovering just above the “Buy” button on Warner Bros.’ new horror online fan shop? That’s the devil speaking. And maybe you should listen to him, because these new The Conjuring T-shirts, released in promotion of The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, are limited edition.
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The conventional wisdom is that the shortest distance between two points is a straight line, but it seems like there are no straight lines in Star Wars. Though many of the laws of physics and mortals don’t apply in Star Wars, Murphy’s Law does, and that’s really at the heart of the new Marvel Comics event, War of the Bounty Hunters. The kickoff, Star Wars: War of the Bounty Hunters #1 “Most Wanted,” written by Charles Soule, illustrated by Luke Ross, and colored by Neeraj Menon, gives us a view of exactly how badly things can go wrong. The premise of the story is simple: plenty of us assumed that Boba Fett had an easy time taking Han Solo, frozen in carbonite, back to Jabba the Hutt from Cloud City. What this story presupposes is, “Maybe he didn’t?” Read More »
“When you bring me out, can you introduce me as Joker?” If you have the cash to spend on this meticulously crafted life-size bust of Joaquin Phoenix as The Joker, you’ll be the one introducing your friends to Arthur Fleck. That’s not a still from Joker in the image above, that’s the life-size Joker bust created by Infinity Studios, and you won’t believe how detailed it is. Read More »
Even though Mattel isn’t making as much noise as Hasbro, McFarlane Toys, and NECA when it comes to making action figures from movies and TV shows we love, they have a handful of releases that collectors may want to keep an eye out for. Over the past couple years, Mattel has been releasing six-inch action figures inspired by the Jurassic Park franchise. Dubbed the Amber Collection, the figures come with a solid head sculpts and a decent amount of accessories, and two more characters from the original Jurassic Park are coming to shelves soon. Read More »
Quentin Tarantino‘s novelization of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is almost as highly anticipated as his Oscar-winning 2019 film was, if only because it invites us to once again hang out in that world of 1960s Hollywood. A world that Tarantino plans to expand upon in his Once Upon a Time in Hollywood novel, which will throw in a some deleted scenes as well as expand on the characters played by Leonardo DiCaprio and Brad Pitt. Notably, we’ll learn a little more about Pitt’s morally questionable stuntman, Cliff Booth.
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The Suicide Squad is coming to theaters and HBO Max at the end of the summer, and fans are eager to see what Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn does with the gang of villainous DC Comics misfits. Even though many of the characters will probably die, some of them can live forever on your shelf thanks to The Suicide Squad action figures on the way from McFarlane Toys. Easily the most coveted figure will be the beefy King Shark, but there’s bad news for fans who want the finned fiend. Read More »
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone found The Boy Who Lived and his two closest companions embarking on a journey deep into Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to stop the theft of the magical artifact that has the power to grant eternal life. One of the most challenging obstacles was a life-size game of Wizard’s Chess that put Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, and Hermione Granger in mortal danger. Now you can play a game yourself, but first you get to build this LEGO Harry Potter Wizard’s Chess set yourself. Read More »
The Empire Strikes Back introduced us to an intimidating new setting. Whenever Darth Vader isn’t leading troops across the galaxy in the name of the Galactic Empire, he’s taking time to himself in a meditation chamber where he’s able to remove that terrifying helmet and unwind. You may recall it is here that he grows tired of Admiral Ozzel’s incompetence and uses the Force to choke him to death.
Now you can construct the LEGO version of Darth Vader’s meditation chamber for your building brick collection. And yes, Admiral Ozzel (R.I.P.) makes an appearance in this set. Read More »
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Godzilla vs. Kong delivered the massive monster mayhem that fans have been waiting for ever since Hollywood’s most iconic creatures returned to the big screen over the past decade. Perhaps the most satisfying battle from the blockbuster battle found the creatures clashing in the middle of a neon-soaked Hong Kong skyline. Now Prime 1 Studio is bringing that fight to life in an astounding, illuminated diorama full of buildings, explosions, smoke, and of course, the two titular titans. Read More »
This year marks the 20th anniversary of the first chapter of Peter Jackson‘s The Lord of the Rings trilogy coming to theaters and kicking off one of the most spectacular motion picture events of all time. To help celebrate the occasion, artist Ann Bembi has created a batch of beautiful prints for Bottleneck Gallery that showcase some of the characters from across the entire film series. These are hyper-detailed, absolutely stunning pieces of work, and they’re limited edition, so you’ll want to act fast. Read More »