Yesterday we had a press release in which National Entertainment Collectibles Association (NECA) and 4K Media Inc. announced Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Art branded merchandise, the first of which was to be revealed in San Diego. Unfortunately we did not have any pics for you at the time. Fortunately, our own Elijah Williams was at the event and able to get some for us. Take the jump for a quick look see.
Community, one of the best sticoms ever created, has been renewed for a fifth season. There are going to be some returning faces as well as a few leaving, Take the jump for an interview with the cast at member that made it to San Diego, in which they discuss these things and more.
Guardians of the Galaxy has gotten a lot of attention weekend. Now, a number of pics showing off the costuming for Starlord, Nova, and one or two other characters have been seen. Take the jump for a look and then figure out who belongs to what.
Hasbro set up a huge diorama with their Marvel action figures a their booth. There were even a few figures custom made for the booth, including Devil Dinosaur and the Purple Man. Check out the scene, along with some more traditional displays, after the jump.
Hot Toys had more than one series on display this weekend. This time we have some figures from Iron Man 3. Their is a trio of armor after the jump.
Hot Toys has a few series on display at SDCC. One of which is a fantastic looking set of Batman and Robin along with the Batmobile from the classic show. Take the jump for a look.
Not a whole lot of new information hitting the ‘nets yet today, but there are some cool photos drifting about. This set is celebrating 75 years of Superman with a display of many of Clark’s live action costumes at DC’s booth. Take the jump for a look.
Some of the earlier news from the Magic: the Gathering panel has made itself available. Not everything is out yet, but there is plenty to share right now. So, take the jump to see some Theros spoilers, another card from From the Vault: 20, and information about the two fall products, Duel Decks and Commander.
Image comic Clone, from Robert Kirkman’s own Skybound Imprint, is being developed by NBC Universal for television. Written by David Schulner and illustrated by Juan Jose Ryp and Felix Serrano, Clone tells the story of Dr. Luke Taylor, who discovers that because of experiments performed by his estranged father, there are many genetic copies of himself — and they want his wife and unborn daughter. Schulner will write the pilot script and serve as executive producer alongside Kirkman and “The Walking Dead’s” David Alpert and David Engel.
Clone marks the fourth television deal for Kirkman and Skybound, following AMC’s hit The Walking Dead, and planned adaptations of Thief of Thieves and the writer’s upcoming exorcism series.
A new trailer for Lego Marvel Super Heroes has been released. This one focuses on the giant sized mini-figs like Hulk and The Thing, amongst some surprising others. The game will be available for the Xbox 360, Playstation 3, Wii U, PC, Nintendo DS, 3DS, and Playstation Vita later this year, but you can see the trailer after the jump.
One of the bigger announcement for the Top Cow panel was a Darkness film being made by New Regency, Mandeville and Sketch Film. Part of the announcement for this included the inclusion of Witchblade and Angelus. Marc Silvestri stated that despite starting with the Darkness, they always kept heading towards Witchblade. Because there should be a cop, Sara Pezzini, chasing the criminal Jackie Estacado around. The film is apparently further into development than most announcement made like this as well.
A new Darkness graphic novel is also to release this Novemenber, the David Keown cover is shown above.