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This Is WAR, Revealed

This Is WAR, Revealed

Find out more Sunday, July 15th at the Amazing Spider-Man panel, 12:30PM PST, during Comic Con International 2012! Can’t make it to the convention? Follow along on the Marvel Events App & events.marvel.com, the best way to get exclusive videos, real-time announcements from the convention floor and up-to-the-minute panel, in-booth, and signing schedules of all your favorite Marvel creators!

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Sponsor Announcement: Big Bad Toy Store 6-29-12

Sponsor Announcement: Big Bad Toy Store 6-29-12

Hi – more cool new items to mention today:

Steve Jobs 10″ Statue with $40 Make-A-Wish Donation:
Syco Collectibles and BBTS will each donate $20 per statue sold at retail – check out this cool statue of the icon:
http://www.bigbadtoystore.com/bbts/product.aspx?product=SYC10016&mode=retail

Alternity Exclusive Galvatron and Bludgeon:
These Japanese store exclusives will only be available for preorder for a short time, get your orders in ASAP – $134.99 each:
http://www.bigbadtoystore.com/bbts/search.aspx?search=alternity

Sideshow 12″ Bossk
http://www.bigbadtoystore.com/bbts/product.aspx?product=SSC11147&mode=retail

Transformer and GI Joe – Freeze brand T-Shirts – some very cool designs
http://www.bigbadtoystore.com/bbts/search.aspx?search=freeze+t-shirt

Thanks!
Joel & The BBTS Crew
www.bigbadtoystore.com

Marvel Universe Toys R Exclusive X-Factor set not so hard to get after all?

Marvel Universe Toys R Exclusive X-Factor set not so hard to get after all?

Friends of MUReview.net overseas have sent us the below photo (thanks Jab!), depicting “fat stacks” of the Marvel Universe X-Men / X-Factor Toys R Us Exclusive Box Set.  When it gets here, maybe it will be just as impossible for retailers to sell as the Classic X-Men set.  My guess…if they want $50 for it State side…that’s probably a fair assessment.

Don’t panic over the 499 price on top…that is the price in Hong Kong currency.

 

Guardians Of The Galaxy Getting Closer!?!?!

Guardians Of The Galaxy Getting Closer!?!?!

According to Marc Graser at Variety

Marvel Studios is ready to assemble its next group of superheroes for the bigscreen: The Guardians of the Galaxy.

The Disney division is expected to announce a “Guardians” film as its next tentpole that would launch a new set of characters on May 16, 2014. Studio had previously planted a flag on that date for an untitled Marvel pic.

The Guardians are aliens in the 31st century — each the last of their kind — who travel back in time to enlist help to battle the Badoon, an evil alien race that attempts to conquer Earth’s solar system. First introduced in 1969 and again in 2008, the newer set includes Star-Lord, Drax, gun-toting Rocket Raccoon and Groot, a tree. Characters were recently featured in an episode of the animated series “The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes.”

In the comicbooks, the characters have crossed over into the “The Avengers” universe, making them fit in easily with Marvel’s bigscreen plans to expand the superhero franchise — as would Ant-Man, another Avenger. And like its other Marvel properties, Disney can exploit the Guardians across all of the Mouse House’s divisions as TV shows, videogames, consumer products and possibly theme park attractions.

Nicole Perlman, who came out of Disney’s screenwriting program, penned a version of the script that Marvel has been high on.

While Marvel will focus much of its Comic-Con presentation on “Iron Man 3,” lensing now in North Carolina under the direction of Shane Black, the company will spend some time highlighting how it plans to introduce new characters to auds the way it did with Iron Man, the Incredible Hulk, Thor and Captain America. Session wraps up Hollywood’s film panels on July 14.

The website Latino Review first reported Marvel’s plan to announce a Guardians pic at Comic-Con. Marvel declined to comment, although sources confirm to Variety that Disney and Marvel are zeroing in on the project, rather than a standalone Black Panther project at this point.

Marvel topper Kevin Feige has long discussed the possibility of a Guardians film, wanting to produce a big-budget space adventure. And Disney recently secured trademark rights to produce an array of consumer products tied to the pic and its characters.

Guardians of the Galaxy is among several new properties Marvel is looking to launch as films, along with Ant-Man, Dr. Strange, The Inhumans, while Black Panther also is being tackled by scribes. Edgar Wright recently shot test footage for “Ant-Man,” about a scientist who can change his size and communicate with insects. Project, which he co-wrote with Joe Cornish, has long been in development and discussed at Comic-Con in previous years.

Marvel and Disney’s next superhero outing is “Iron Man 3,” skedded for May 3, 2013, to be followed by “Thor 2” (Nov. 15, 2013) and “Captain America 2 (April 4th, 2014). Disney already has said an “Avengers” sequel is in the works, most likely for 2015, although no date has yet been set.

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