“Not all of our fans have access to comic book retail locations, so by expanding our website to offer the entire product line, we’re adding an element of convenience and the ability for fans to collect every single product they’re interested in,” stated Hank Kanalz, senior vice president of digital, DC Entertainment. For fans attending C2E2 in Chicago this weekend (April 13-15) Geoff Johns will moderate a DC Collectibles panel that will showcase the new website and brand logo, and offer an exclusive sneak peak of never announced DC Collectibles products coming later in 2012.
Of all the Lego videos, this is by far the most violent and nihilistic we’ve seen…and perhaps the greatest, next to this one. It features Captain America. And the Wilhelm scream.
Those “Girl sized” Legos have been pretty controversial but they have sold well, we’re told. And you can make a cool tank out of them. And thus, someone has used one to make a “Tank Girl” video. And here’s how to build it. Apparently there’s a special file style just for building Legos. The march of progress.
A wedding is in the air for My Little Pony, as Princess Cadence and Shining Armor are tying the knot…and the hearts of bronies everywhere are pounding all the faster.
We have hundreds of images from Toy Far to sort through, but we’ll just start out with a few highlights. Over at Kotobukiya, even the dolls were representing the Brokeback!
It seems that for 2012, Lucasfilms has decided on using “Shirtless Darth Maul” as their brand licensing image.
We’ll have more descriptions of these when we have more bandwidth. In the meantime, here’s a sneak peek. Lego Gollum and Lego Helm’s Deep! Heidi MacDonaldHeidi MacDonald is the founder and editor in chief of The Beat. In the past, she worked for Disney, DC Comics, Fox and Publishers Weekly. She can be heard regularly […]