Bluefin, the exclusive North american distributor of Tamashii Nations collectibles will release the S.H.Figuarts Iron Man Mark VI and Hall of Armor Set in April, with the S.H.Figuarts Doctor Strange & Burning Flame Set following in June.
Follow the break for extensive galleries for each set (double click to embiggen) and details for pre-ordering.
‘When you put them down, they get back up. When I put them down, they stay down,’ snarls Frank Castle as he and Daredevil discuss (politely term) their different approaches. ‘You’re a half-measure!’
Meet Frank Castle in the new Daredevil trailer from Netflix. Note: this is part one – part two of the trailer debuts on February 25th (or, this is how you tease a trailer, part 2). Check it out after the jump. Daredevil returns on March 18th.
FOX has entered Marvel waters. The network is developing Hellfire (working title), a series about a Special Agent who learns a woman with extraordinary abilities is working with the infamous Hellfire Club – a ‘clandestine society’ of the rich – on a plan to take over the world.
The Marvel Television-20th Century Fox Television co-production was created by Evan Katz (“24: Live Another Day”), Manny Coto (“24”), Patrick McKay (“Star Trek 3”) and JD Payne (“Star Trek 3”) and McKay and Payne will write the pilot script. For further details, follow the jump.
Marvel’s next live-action super-team will be based on its Secret Warriors comic – characters that will be the basis for the team of Inhumans that Director Phil Coulson and Skye will be putting together on Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. next season. The announcement was made today by ABC and Marvel.
Coulson and S.H.I.E.L.D. are already searching for new recruits, and at San Diego Comic-Con, ABC and Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. are giving fans a chance to be part of the initiative.
Naturally, they will not be the only ones seeking out Inhumans. To learn more, follow the jump.
With the Marvel and Star Wars brands so prominent, everyone and his dog’s products wants to get in on the merchandising bonanza that is always sure to follow.
Duct tape has been known to help fix/repair stuff – but while the Avengers were fixing things like portals from another dimension and the rebels were attempting to fix a corrupt system of government in a galaxy far, far away, I’m not sure how that relates to fixing/repairing anything with duct tape – let alone The Avengers Duck Tape® (above), or Star Wars™ Duck Tape® (pictured after the jump)! And yet, both exist.