Thursday, June 30, 2011
So instead of retiring the line, Marvel looks set to debut a new series of Mighty Muggs figures for the coming SDCC, with Marvel Mini Muggs The Avengers Special Edition Collector's Pack!
"Available for US$34.99 from the HasbroToyShop.com booth, #3329, at San Diego Comic-Con, the set comes with Mini Muggs of Hulk, Thor, Iron Man and Captain America, as well as a Mighty Mugg-sized Giant Man bursting through the top of the special edition packaging. If you can't get your hands on the first set of Marvel Mini Muggs while at SDCC, there may be a limited amount available through HasbroToyShop.com after the con."
Wednesday, June 29, 2011
One of a kind - Wax Sculpts/Protos
One of a kind - Scooby Doo Bank in window box packaging
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A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.
Was at Williams-Sonoma last week ... got some AWESOME rubs !!
Saw this in the catalog .. GOTTA HAVE IT !!!
The final batch of teasers for Zenescope and Raven Gregory's The Theater are here, and this last round is a doozy. With art by Ale Garza, Sean Chen, and Rodin, these are a varied three.
In Garza's we have a tagline about ghosts who won't let go. An apparition haunts a homeless man from what appears to be inside a comic book shop, with covers of other Zenescope titles shown in the background
Rodin's teaser is truly haunting. An image of a man hugging a young boy is nice, a showing of fatherly love. Except when he's dead, then it's super creepy. The boy is crying, but that's really only natural when being hugged by a dead person, isn't it?
Finally in Chen's we have a play of art. "Some things can't be undone" is the tagline of this final teaser. In it, we see an artist's hand wiht a pencil, erasing a man on a street. The horrific part is in the man himself. You see, he's aware he's being erased.
Stay tuned later this week for the answer to the question:
Just what is The Theater?
* this article stolen from Newsarama blog !