Mattel has announced it will release Skeletor’s mistress of magic in April.
Evil-Lyn comes complete with staff, wand (with removbale swapable headpiece), Skreeech, bird armor and bird perch!
The figure will only be available at the Matty Collector website.Â I remember when Masters of the Universe toys were first released, and I watched the cartoon series whenever I could, but I do not remember half of the characters Mattel is pushing out. I guess memory loss comes with getting older.
Fans of the Seth Green and Matthew Senreich Robot Chicken series on Adult Swim will be pleased to know that Cartoon Network has ordered up 40 more episodes of the stop motion series.Â This huge order will push Robot Chicken into a fifth and sixth season easily.
It’s kind of amazing,” Green said in an interview for Variety. “We never expected to do a second season, let alone a fifth and sixth. We’re really busy, but we’re still having a lot of fun making it.”
Chicken” takes on pop culture, frequently poking fun at TV and film franchises. The show even produced two “Star Wars”-themed specials, featuring voice talent from the features.
There’s no word on when the fifth season of the Emmy award nominated series will debut.
Two comic book creators discover what happens when their newest creation becomes all too real in the all-new graphic novella, SPLATTERMAN, by THE PRO and BACK TO BROOKLYN’s Jimmy Palmiotti, Jonah Hex’s Justin Gray and The Last Resort’s Giancarlo Caracuzzo!
Good news for fans of Robert Kirkman’s Walking Dead series, AMC has given the green light to begin production on the pilot episode of the television series.
Frank Darabont penned the adaptation and is on board to direct. Gale Anne Hurd of Valhalla Motion Pictures and David Alpert of Circle of Confusion will exec produce with Darabont.
Back in August the news that AMC had picked up the television rights to the series sent a surge of positive support Kirkman’s way, and I can only imagine this news has zombie fans even more excited about making sure their cable provider has the cable channel in its lineup.
No word on an air date yet, but I’m guessing we’ll see something pop up in the fall lineup.
There are all kinds of styles out there – some of them work, and some of them work really well.Â Here, Yassier S. Rasan, creates a style that is so flowing that you can almost feel Ling Xiaoyu flying at you and getting ready to kick you in the face.
BOOM! Studios is proud to announce that the Young Adult Library Service Association (YALSA) has selected CTHULHU TALES VOL. 2: WHISPER OF THE MIND as one of their 2010 Great Graphic Novels for Teens.
This year, YALSA has compiled a list of 73 titles out of 127 official nominations selected from all graphic novels published in the last 16 months. These titles are recommended for readers ages 12 to 18 and are chosen for their ability to “meet the criteria of both good quality literature and appealing reading for teens.”
The Last Unicorn #1 Signed Edition
Peter S. Beagle, Peter B. Gillis (w) â€¢ Renae De Liz (a & c)
This special edition of The Last Unicorn is signed by the novelâ€™s author, Peter Beagle!
FC â€¢ 32 pages â€¢ $9.99
Fans and critics alike rejoiced in 2008, when creator Eric Powell took his redneck zombie noir, The Goon, monthly for an entire calendar year. Following the release of the landmark graphic novel Chinatown and the Mystery of Mr. Wicker, Powell laid out his most complex story line to date, spanning twelve issues. In 2009, the creator celebrated the tenth anniversary of the title, releasing a special anniversary issue to coincide with a burlesque anniversary party in his honor in Nashville, followed by a special all-silent issue in November. While both were strong standalone issues, the significantly lighter release schedule left fans wondering whatâ€™s next for the madcap mercenary.
Archie #605, Betty & Veronica Digest #201, Jughead’s Double Digest #157, and SOnic the Hedgehog Archives #12, all arrive in stores next week (January 27, 2010), and Archie Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek.