Tuesday, September 27th, 2016

 

30 Days of Godzilla – Day 16: First Movie You Ever Watched and The Return of Godzilla (1984) Review

30 Days of Godzilla: Day 16: First Movie You Ever Watched: The first movie I watched was Godzilla: King of the Monsters. There was a VHS at Toys “R” Us and I thought Godzilla was so cool looking. The second one was also from the same store, with Godzilla vs. Megalon. Talk about a mood whiplash, but the kid me didn’t care and enjoyed both. 30 Days of Godzilla- Review: Gojira (1984) aka Godzilla(1984) Godzilla 1984 aka The Return of Godzilla 1984: After Terror of MechaGodzilla didn’t perform well in theaters,Read More


Gundam Iron Blooded Orphans Season 2 to Stream on Gundam.Info

Gundam.info has recently reported that they will be streaming the second season for Gundam Iron-Blooded Orphans.   The series will be available for free for a limited time on their website starting on October 2 at 7:30 PM JST.   Newly announced cast members include:  Hash Midi – Ryota Ohsaka  Zack Law – Makoto Furukawa Daine Uhai – Subaru Kimura Radice Reloto – Kazumasa Fukagawa Kukubita Uug – Kimiko Saito  Rustal Elion – Toru Ohkawa  Ioku Kujan – Nobunaga Shimazaki  Julietta Julis – M.A.O Ishinari Kamiche – Tomoaki Maeno The website also provided a synopsis for the series. Mikazuki Augus is part of Tekkadan, an organizationRead More


30 Days of Godzilla – Day 15: Best Millennia Series Fight and Terror of MechaGodzilla (1975) Review

30 Days of Godzilla: Day 15: Best Millennia Series Fight: The ones that come to mind for me are Godzilla vs. Kiryu in both Godzilla against MechaGodzilla and Tokyo S.O.S there was something about the intensity of those fights that made me interested. The climatic battle in Godzilla 2000 and Godzilla vs. Megaguirus had some nice charm to them. 30 Days of Godzilla- Review: Mekagojira no Gyakushuu aka Counterattack of Mechagodzilla aka Terror of MechaGodzilla 1975: Like Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla, I love this film. Despite being a follow up toRead More


Star Wars Rebels Pop Vinyls Announced

The official Star Wars Twitter page has recently updated with the announcement that Funko will releasing their main team of Star Wars Rebels in their Pop Vinyl! line.  The team will be released this Fall. The confirmed Pop Vinyls include: Sabine (Helmet) Kanan Zeb Hera Ezra Sabine (No Helmet) Chopper Ashoka  


Supergirl – Teaming Up Trailer

With Season 2 right around the corner, The CW released a new trailer for the newest Superhero to join them, SupergGirl. Theis new trailer shows Kara teaming up with her cousin, Earth’s #1 superhero Superman as well shows us what CW has planned to more to come in the world of Supergirl. https://youtu.be/mzcUrc529Po


Marvel’s Doctor Strange Exclusive First Look

In anticipation for their upcoming movie release, Marvel today released an Exclusive First Look trailer for Dr. Strange.


Proplica Super Sailor Moon Kaleidomoon Scope Announced

Bandai Japan has recently announced the next release in their Proplica line.   Super Sailor Moon’s Kaleidomoon Scope will be joining the rest of the Sailor Moon products in the Proplica toyline. The device is based on the one used in by Sailor Moon in Super Sailor Moon S. Preorders for the item will begin on September 30 and will be released in March priced at 13,000 Yen. The Kaleidomoon Scope will feature: Lights and Sounds Voices recorded by Kotono Mituishi Articulated wing attachments (Able to Open and Close) 


TF Con Chicago Sept Guest List!

With TF Con Chicago just around the corner, the convention still continues to add awesome guests to hits roaster such as  Josh Perez, Nick Roche &  Andrew Griffith. Josh Perez: IDW Publishing colorist for Robots in Disguise and More Than Meets The Eye. Nick Roche: IDW Writer for Sins of the Wreckers, More Than Meets the Eye, Co-Writer of Last Stand of the Wreckers. Casey Coller: Artist, works include variant covers for Robots In Disguise and More Than Meets the Eye. Jason Marnocha: Voice Actor, Machinima’s Transformers: Combiner Wars’ Megatron. Andrew Griffith: IDW for Robots in Disguise & Transformers. Jon Bailey: Screen Junkies’ Honest’s Epic VoiceRead More