Hot Toys released a small teaser earlier this month that revealed they had a few Iron Man products on the way. Today we get a closer look at a few of those as well as images teasing us with what the company has lined up in the coming months.
This week on the show: The Super Future Friends stop by to join in on the discussion of the two new Legion of Super-Heroes books, Rodrigo talks up robots fighting in the future past, Matthew digs on Iron Man, and Stephen thinks Ghostbusters is pretty keen when John Belushi stops by.
Show Notes after the Jump!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Kato #11, Kirby: Genesis #2, Warlord of Mars: Fall of Barsoom #1, Queen Sonja #18, Vampirella and the Scarlet Legion #3, Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human #1, and Red Sonja: Blood Dynasty trade paperback. The issue arrive in stores this week (July 27, 2011), and you can take the jump to get a peek.
The ultimate killing machine meets the future of law enforcement. In the Terminator’s future all humanity must be wiped out, so when Robocop is woken from an enforced hibernation, Alex Murphy finds himself amongst the final hunted. But will his body side with Skynet? Or can man finally overcome machines? Rising star Rob Williams (Ghost Rider, Punisher Max: Get Castle) and P.J. Holden (Battlefields, Judge Dredd for 2000 AD), create the ultimate tale of life and death for humanity in Terminator/Robocop: Kill Human #1 this July from Dynamite Entertainment!
Dark Horse Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in March 2010.Â Take the jump for the latest on Buffy, the Terminator, and The Guild!
In 2029, Kyle Reese will be sent to 1984 to stop a T-800 from killing the mother of the resistance, Sarah Conner.Â But before his future son will send him back in time, Kyle Reese was simply another survivor in a desolate future.
In a brand-new series, Zack Whedon (Dr. Horrible, Deadwood, Fringe, Rubicon) brings his sharp writing skills to one of the most celebrated sci-fi properties in history to tell the story of a man struggling to live in a world with little food, water, or hope.
Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Boys #33, The Good, The Bad, and the Ugly #2, and the Terminator: Revolution trade paperback that arrive in stores this week.
All the discussion involving Marvel and DC has been really good, but this week we’re stepping away from the big two and beginning our look at the other publishers in the industry.Â I remember when Dark Horse Comics came out of nowhere and presented the comic reading world with the likes of Indiana Jones, Concrete, Aliens, Predator, Terminator, and of course Hellboy and Sin City.Â Â As the years went on, Dark Horse was able to get the property rights to Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Star Wars to give readers something other than super hero action.
One would think the property comics would be big sellers (and for Buffy the Vampire Slayer it is), but sales never elevated Dark Horse to the same level as Marvel and DC.Â It seems comic book readers are always quick to point out the faults of a company, but rarely offer how they would solve the problem.
Hereâ€™s your chance to fix the company.
So hereâ€™s your chance to fix the industry, and hereâ€™s how it works:
- The previous Editor in Chief has been fired, and the publisher is looking to hire a replacement.
- In the comment section below, outline your ideas on what you would do to close the gap between Dark Horse Comics and the big two.
- In your comments you need to not only state the change, but why you believe the change would be for the greater good of the company.Â For example, if your idea is to capture the young reader market (kids between 8 and 12 years old), how are you going to do it?Â What needs to change?
- Convince everyone that your ideas are the best direction for the company, by selling your idea.Â Get us excited, get us fired up, and best of all make sure it is for the good of the company and the industry as a whole.
This week it is all about Dark Horse Comics, and you’re the Editor-in-Chief.
Keep the discussion on topic, and keep it civil.
The movie opened strong this weekend, and even though Terminator: Salvation referenced all of the other movies that came before it, I liked it.
It did bring up the question of what Terminator model is everyone’s favorite?Â Is it the classic Arnold T-800 (101/805) model, the T-1000, or the Terminatrix?Â Now’s your chance to cast your vote!
I finally saw the trailer for the upcoming Surrogates movie leading into Terminator: Salvation. It looks pretty interesting, and I’m going to have to track down the graphic novel to see what it is all about.
The latest installment of the Terminator frranchise arrived in theaters this weekend, bringing in $13 million on the Thursday early opening.Â I took the time to see it on Friday afternoon, and it wasn’t awful.
What did you think?Â Did Terminator: Salvation live up to your expectations, or did if fail miserably?