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You Spin Me Right ‘Round: WowWee’s Dual Natured Grimlings

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WowWee’s Grimling Junkyard The Dog in a rude mood.


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Knock N Roll: Knuckle Headz Racers from SD Toyz

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Simple fun game play is a highlight of Skullduggery Toys Knuckle Headz.


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Big Gulp: The Pop Insider Hosts Hasbro’s Planet Devouring Transformer at NYCC19

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Hasbro’s largest Transformer ever. The Unicron met its crowd funding goal during NYCC 2019.

Hasbro Toys’ HASLAB division has officially hit the full funding mark for their War for Cybertron Unicron Transformer. At full conversion it’s the largest Transformers collectible ever produced by the company. This planet eating mega-bot was first introduced in the animated feature Transformers: The Movie back in 1986 and has since held chaotic reign in many versions of the Transformer universe. The toy, if we can actually call it that, has a 30 inch diameter in its Planet X guise and can be un-folded to a massive 27 inches tall in robotic reveal. It’s magnificently detailed down to an interchangeable chin for movie accuracy and will include a Galvatron figure.

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Grim and Grimmer: Classic Fairy Tale Gets Gaiman Re-Spin as Dark Horse Graphic Novel

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“Snow, Glass, Apples”: Author Neil Gaiman and Artist Colleen Doran reimagine Snow White in this Dark Horse Graphic Novel.

Snow, Glass, Apples
Author: Neil Gaiman
Illustrator: Colleen Doran
Publisher: Dark Horse
Release Date: August 20, 2019
Hardcover: $17.99 US $23.99 CAN
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Duration & Mutation: DC Comics Marks 80 Years of Batman Personas

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Bat Bites, The Batman Who Laughs, from DC Collectibles’ Dark Nights Metal statue set.

Today is officially Batman Day, an 80th Anniversary event that has fandom fixated on the Caped Crusader. While the moving target choice of date is as enigmatic as the Dark Knight himself any excuse to celebrate DC Comics’ venerable octogenarian is OK with me.
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