Hasbro has announced the 3.75-inch Wolverine Animated figures to go along with the current cartoon series. If you purchase an entire case, here’s what you get: 2x Cyclops 3x TBD 1x Iceman 1x TBD 1x Avalanche 1x Beast 2x TBD 1x TBD (subject to change) The figures are expected to release in March 2009, although I’ve seen reports that the articulation on the figures is not that good. via Entertainment Earth
Somehow, I’m just not as nervous about our impending doom after seeing cute wuvable Mighty Muggs Galactus. “Who’s a cutie?” Stop it. “Somebody’s gwumpie…” Stop it! “Did ums not get enough to eat this morning?” I am the devourer of worlds! “I think you need a nap.” sigh… via Hasbro
I’m sure it isn’t a literal ton of toys – well, maybe it is, I haven’t weighed the average action figure lately – in any case, Hasbro as announced several new toy lines at the San Diego Comic-Con. I don’t have any awesome cool pictures, but if you are at the show and stop by the Hasbro booth, take a few snaps for us, won’t you?
Yes, that Taters of the Lost Ark thing had me pretty down on what Hasbro had planned for the Indiana Jones line, but now that I’ve seen the other pictures – oh doggy!
Hasbro has announced its Hulk toys and products for the Spring 2008 that tie in to the upcoming movie and comic book from Marvel.
Hasbro has unveiled the toys inspired by the Spectacular Spider-Man television series, movies, and comic book. It looks like there will be around 50 figures (including villains) released throughout the year. The one I think will be cool is the Remote Control Wallcrawler Spider-Man that uses vacuum-pump technology to let the wall crawler climb the walls. Take the jump for the toys unveiled at Toy Fair 2008 in New York
Hasbro has unveiled the first toy from the Cloverfield movie – the Cloverfield monster. If you didn’t get a good look at the creature in the film, you can now proudly display this creepy creature from the deep in your home for an estimated price of $99.00.
Just doesn’t have the same ring to it that Go Joe! does, but I’m sure we’ll get over that once Stuart Beattie turns in his script for Paramount Pictures G.I. Joe flick. Studio has fast-tracked the Stephen Sommers-helmed “G.I. Joe” in the wake of the success of Paramount/DreamWorks’ “Transformers,” which is also based on a Hasbro toy line. Great, just what we need, a huge phenomenon of rushed films based on Hasbo toys. What’s next, Candy Land: The Movie? The Magical Adventures of Furby? Go Go Gloworm? Story is set at Brussels-based G.I.J.O.E., an acronym for the Global Integrated Joint…