Black Widow by playarts
from Rob, July 31st, 2015 10:04 am, Toys

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Square Enix has unveiled the first two official photos of their Black Widow but has yet to provide any details. We can see from the images that Black Widow will come equipped with  two pistols, interchangeable hands and a blast effect for her “Widow’s Bite.”

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Snoopy museum coming to Tokyo
from Rob, July 31st, 2015 9:46 am, Comic Book News

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there’s always something new popping up in the neighborhoods of Tokyo. This time the new kid isn’t so new, welcome to the Snoopy Museum.

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Set to open it’s doors around March of 2016, the Snoopy Museum Tokyo is a “cooperative” effort between   Sony Creative Products and the Charles M. Schulz Museum.

The Snoopy Museum will display original artwork, vintage memorabilia, and other related artifacts on loan from the Research Center on a rotating, six-month basis.

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Advance tickets will become available this December, with pricing details yet to be announced. Oddly enough, the Snoopy Museum is being planned as a non-permanent (similar to the John Lennon museum) facility, and is tentatively scheduled to close its doors for good in September of 2018, we already have our eyes set on it.

Museum information
Snoopy Museum Tokyo / スヌーピーミュージアム
Address: Tokyo-to, Minato-ku, Roppongi 5-6
東京都港区六本木五丁目6番地

Trivia note: the name Peanuts wasn’t something the creator really like. Shultz said ” I have never been very fond of the name”

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TMNT press releases
from Rob, July 30th, 2015 9:58 pm, Toys

Toy news international first look

Leonardo Ninja strike sword

Hit up www.Facebook.com/TMNTplay

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TMNT Mutation reviews
from Rob, July 30th, 2015 9:49 pm, Toys

We would like to thank Playmates for the review samples of these great Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

TMNT Mutations Mix and Match Leonardo

TMNT Mutations Mix and Match Metalhead

TMNT Mutations Michelangelo

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This Grinning Groot Mug Will Give You a Morning Boost
from Rob, July 30th, 2015 3:17 pm, Toys

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This Grinning Groot Mug Will Give You a Morning Boost

“I Am Groot and I am an Awesome Mug”!

(BALTIMORE, MD) – (July 30, 2015)-Start your day smiling with a new PREVIEWS exclusive smiling Groot mug by Classic Imports. This exclusive mug, which made an appearance at the Diamond/PREVIEWSworld booth at Comic-Con International: San Diego in July, is available to preorder from the August PREVIEWS catalog and is scheduled to release in early January.

This molded mug features the fan-favorite living tree Groot from Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy film giving a large, woody grin. You can’t help but start beaming too when you take a drink out of this unique mug!

Fans are encouraged to pre-order their own Groot mugs (SRP: $16.99) using the item code AUG15284 at their local comic book shop from the August PREVIEWS catalog. Find a comic shop at www.comicshoplocator.com to pre-order yours today!

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Gen Con Haunted by a Ghost Goblin Minimate from Pathfinder!
from Rob, July 30th, 2015 6:25 am, Toys

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Last year, Gen Con saw the launch of the Pathfinder Minimates line, with a series of exclusive mini-figure two-packs and a veritable horde of exclusive Goblins based on the popular role-playing game from Paizo. This year, the spectre of Pathfinder Minimates has risen again, with an all-new Goblin Minimate available for the first time at this year’s Gen Con in Indianapolis!

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This year’s exclusive Pathfinder Minimate is the “Ghost Goblin,” a glow-in-the-dark goblin that will be available for sale for $5 at Scotty’s Brewhouse, Paizo’s official restaurant partner at Gen Con. It will be available from July 29 to August 2, and following the show any remaining stock will be made available onpaizo.com.

 

Minimates mini-figures stand approximately 2 inches tall with 10-14 points of articulation, as well as fully interchangeable parts and accessories.

 

Check out Paizo.com for exclusive Pathfinder Minimates 2-packs, as well as some of last year’s promotional Goblins! And find out more about Minimates at Minimates.com!

 

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WCW Starrcade 1997 Review 
from julian, July 29th, 2015 4:34 pm, Entertainment, WrestleShock

  
Now it’s time to see if WCW could capitalise on an incredible 18 month build to Sting’s return to save the company from the villainous nWo. It’s WCW Starrcade 1997! 

WCW World Cruiserweight Title Match 

Eddie Guerrero (c) vs. Dean Malenko 
I really enjoyed this one but the commentary team said next to nothing about either competitor, the cruiserweight division or the in ring action. Instead they just spoke about the main event. I get that this was a one match show, but you can see here that one of WCW’s biggest mistakes was not focusing on the great stuff that they already had going for them. Guerrero and Malenko’s chemistry was incredible and this match showcased an enthralling combination of flippy action and hard hitting power moves. (***1/2) 
Kevin Nash was scheduled to take on The Giant, but to avoid doing the job he simply no-showed the event. Imagine the repercussions a talent would face for no showing WWF’s answer to Starrcade, Wrestlemania. For the record, Nash reportedly called the office that afternoon to say that he believed he was having a minor hear attack, but nobody backstage bought the story and Nash’s avoidance to job for Giant soon became a running joke. We didn’t even get a replacement Hall vs. Giant match, instead The Giant just chokeslammed Hall. 

Six Man Tag Team Match 

Ray Traylor & The Steiner Brothers (Rick Steiner & Scott Steiner) (w/Ted DiBiase) vs. The nWo (Randy Savage, Scott Norton & Vincent) 
This was horrible. Vincent/Virgil has got to be one of the least athletic and entertaining ‘talents’ in the history of pro wrestling and his involvement in actual matches completely bemuses me. Funnily enough though, the only highlight here was Vincent taking a frightening bump from a Steiner DDT double team. (-**) 
Singles Match 

Bill Goldberg vs. Steve McMichael 
Two ex-football players did their best here to put together a respectable and entertaining match, but there’s no way such inexperienced wrestlers should have ever been put together. This was so messy and involved a table despite being a regular singles match. (-*) 
No Disqualification Match 

Chris Benoit vs. Saturn 
I really like the idea of Raven’s flock and it was cool to see them in action here, but Raven’s mispronounced opening promo sort of set the disorganised tone for this as the heels prevailed after a scrappy match. Kidman’s Shooting Star to the outside was great but Saturn’s music may be the most annoying I’ve ever heard; not even good annoying like RTC’s! (*) 
Singles Match 

Buff Bagwell vs. Lex Luger 
Starrcade was presented leading into the show as the end of a story arc where WCW were on track to recovering some of their momentum in the war against the now but despite being WCW Champion just four months prior, Lex Luger did another job for Bagwell in a frightfully boring match. (-***) 
WCW United States Heavyweight Title Match 

Curt Hennig (c) vs. Diamond Dallas Page 
I didn’t enjoy this as much as their match at Road Wild, but this was WCW’s only definite victory of the night and I love hearing the crowd pop for the Diamond Cutter. DDP and Hennig worked a solid match and I like both guys.. (**1/2) 
Control For Monday NITRO Match (Special Referee: Bret Hart) 

Eric Bischoff (w/Scott Hall) vs. Larry Zbyszko 
So WCW had just a month prior acquired the former WWF Champion following the most controversial moment in wrestling history, and to take advantage on the excitement Bret Hart brought with him, he was booked to referee a match between a non-wrestler and a retiree. That says it all. Ghastly match. Never watch it. (-****) 
WCW World Heavyweight Title Match 

Hollywood Hogan (c) vs. Sting 
The main event came with many hoping that despite a hugely disappointing pay-per-view,that the ultimate pay-off would more than make up for the rest of the show. Sting was back, and he was back to kick Hollywood Hogan’s ass and reclaim WCW’s heavyweight title. While the record books will state that Sting did win this match, the convoluted manner in which the story unfolded has to be seen to be believed. 
After dominating most of the match, Hogan hit his leg drop and Nick Patrick (who had recently returned to action after being storyline suspended for his affiliation with the nWo, and was “randomly” selected to officiate this match) counted one, two… three? 
Sting didn’t kick out! Sting had failed in his quest to conquer the leader of the New World Order. According to the announcers though, Nick Patrick’s count was fast, but the issue is, that it really wasn’t. 
There are plenty of theories as to what happened here, from Patrick just forgetting to Hogan paying him off to not count fast so he didn’t make the champ look bad. But Nick Patrick’s explanation was that he really did think he was counting fast. 
The stunned silence of the crowd was barely broken by Bret Hart getting on the mic to say “This isn’t going to happen again”, in a clear reference to the Montreal Screwjob. So Bret nailed Patrick and became the new referee as the match restarted. Sting applied the Scorpion Deathlock and Bret called for the bell after an apparent verbal “I quit” from Hogan. 
WCW wrestlers, many of whom had been awkwardly placed on seats with the crowd for the night, flooded the ring and in an embarrassing moment, Sting capped off the night by shouting something hugely irrelevant and Spanish along the lines into the camera. Even Sting’s incredible entrance couldn’t save this one from my wrath. (-*****) 
To close this article and review, I’ll quote Bryan Alvarez and R.D Reynolds classic (The Death Of WCW), which inspired this series: 

“And as the wrestlers and the fans celebrated, so did Bischoff. All his hard work, all his patience, it had all paid off big-time. Starrcade ’97 was, without question, the biggest money maker WCW had ever produced. 

17,500 fans. 

A $543,000 gate. 

An incredible1.9 buy rate, meaning nearly $6 million in revenue. 

And the beginning of the end.” 
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Leonardo’s Ninja Strike Sword 
from Rob, July 29th, 2015 9:36 am, Toys

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Leonardo’s Ninja Strike Sword 

Fall 2015 SRP – $19.99

Available at all Major Retailers NOW!

 

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Find out if you have what it takes to battle against, and defeat Shredder with Leonardo’s Ninja Strike Sword!

 

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·         Leo’s Ninja Strike Sword is able to measure your abilities; defeat Shredder and the next battle gets more difficult; lose to Shredder and the next battle gets easier!                                                                                                                                  
o   Swing fast & battle hard, and the blade will glow green as the sword POWERS UP you defeat Shredder.

o   Watch out – if you slow your swing, the sword glows red,  and Shredder begins to defeat you as the sword POWERS DOWN. 

o   During your battle, the blade glows blueas you hear your sword klang against Shredders armour!

·         Over 40 Leo and Shredder phrases, greenredand blue lights and sounds effects measure performance, but Leo and Shredder decide who ultimately wins!     

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BoCandy has a great deal for our readers
from Rob, July 28th, 2015 8:34 pm, Food

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So, use this awesome code and get in on all the candy goodness with BoCandy!

Hit up www.bocandy.com

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