Monthly Archives: October, 2010

Happy Halloween!

Don’t eat too much candy or it will make you sick!

Product Update for 10/28/2010

New Breakdowns & Restock!

Sideshow Indiana Jones: German Indy
Sideshow Reservoir Dogs: Orange & White
Sideshow The Dead Subject 245: Punk Zombie

Hot Toys TrueType Caucasian Advanced

Ignite Napoleon’s Imperial Guard

Sideshow Buffy the Vampire Slayer
We recently purchased a collection of 10 different Buffy figures, all of which were broken down, and added to the site.
Some of them had never been available from us before parted out, so enjoy the many great unique items available only with these figures!

Batman 3 – The Dark Knight Rises

Chris Nolan has announced that the next Batman movie will be titled ‘The Dark Knight Rises’. It won’t be shot in 3D and The Riddler will NOT be the villain.

During an interview just published on Hero Complex, Chris Nolan has revealed the title of Batman 3: it will be called “The Dark Knight Rises and it WON’T be shot in 3D (they’ll shoot in IMAX format instead).

In the same interview, Nolan announced something that Batman movie fans have been debating and speculating about, ever since the end credits rolled on The Dark Knight: Nolan has stated that The Riddler will NOT be the villain featured in The Dark Knight Rises.

 Check out the quote from Nolan himself that should put an end, once and for all, to all of the Riddler rumors and faux casting announcements that have stretched on for years and included everyone from Johnny Depp to Edward Norton to comedian Eddie Murphy. Said Nolan:

“It won’t be the Riddler.”

Nolan didn’t reveal much else to Hero Complex, opting instead to play things close to the vest as usual, but did give the following vague and cryptic piece of information:

“We’ll use many of the same characters as we have all along, and we’ll be introducing some new ones,”

Hero Complex‘s Geff Boucher speculates whether or not that answer could leave room for a surprise return by Two-Face (Aaron Eckhart), which is a question we asked you about more than a year ago. Guess that debate is free to start all over again.

As for the more recent rumors of female leads being auditioned for Batman 3, Tom Hardy joining the cast and Killer Croc being the possible villain? Well, we’ll just have to wait and see what develops.

UPDATE: We may be able to clear up those Killer Croc rumors, at least, as our friends over at Think McFly are reporting that The Dark Knight Rises is in fact going to be shooting in New Orleans, the same location where DC/WB had such success shooting the upcoming Green Lantern movie.

Think McFly has clarified that Nolan and Co. will be shooting only interior set pieces at the New Orleans location, with the city of Chicago still serving as the exterior representation of Gotham City. These Killer Croc rumors rose primarily out of the assertion that Batman 3 would be using the city’s Bayou locale as the basis for the Croc story; since we now know that we won’t be seeing Batman combing the swamplands, having Killer Croc as the featured villain seems even more unlikely than it initially did.

The Dark Knight Rises… I think I speak for a lot of fans when I say I’m disappointed in that title. The great thing about Batman Begins and The Dark Knight is that their titles are indicative of two standalone stories which each had their own respective themes and identities.

Indeed, there’s been much debate in the years since TDK where fans have expressed their pleasure/displeasure with the differences between the two films – and there is certainly a strong contingent of Batheads who felt TDK was completely different in feel than BB, and favored one film over the other.

I say all that to say: The Dark Knight Rises feels like a straight-up sequel, rather than a standalone entry in the Nolan Batman universe. That’s not to say the finished film will be that way, but for now, that is the implication I’m getting. Silver lining: if  Catwoman turns out to be the villain, we’ll have plenty of “Dark Knight Rising” jokes to crack .

How about you: do you like the title The Dark Knight Rises? Do you think the movie sounds like your average sequel rather than a new Batman experience? How do you feel about the Riddler being out of the mix?

TDKR will go into production next year and is slated to hit theaters in the summer of 2012.

Source:  October 27, 2010 | by Kofi Outlaw 

Other Source: Hero Complex

Update Source: Think McFly

Featured Image Source: PolishTank48 @ DeviantArt

Product Update for 10/27/2010

New Breakdowns!

Saturday Toys Men In Suits Gray & Black


Playhouse Navy Seal Team 10

Blue Box Terminate Carlos
Blue Box Terminate Scar

Product Update for 10/25/2010

New Breakdown & Restock!

Soldier Story: Navy Seal SDV Team 1

Hot Toys Blade 3: Abigail Whistler
Hot Toys Iron Man 2: Black Widow
Hot Toys Terminator 2: Sarah Connor (Regular)

DID: Hayden Christ

Ignite: Julius Caesar’s Legions Signifer
Ignite: The Viking

Art Figures: Bagheria

Triad Stock
We just acquired a large collection of Triad loose parts, and have added many misc parts from several figures we already had. Also, there are several more coming in the next 7 days including Helga, Samurai Champloo Jin & Mugen, and Josh Randall along with several other misc Triad parts. None of these were complete figures, but there are many parts from each that will be available. We also restocked Indigo and Crimson.

More Halloween at Disneyland

Product Update for 10/20/2010


Got a few Sideshow Star Wars figures in that were previously sold out:
Luke Bespin
Kit Fisto
Captain Antilles

Product Update for 10/18/2010

New Breakdowns & Restock!

Hot Toys Iron Man 2 Black Widow

Hot Toys Blade Trinity Abigail Whistler

Dragon WWII Tim Wright

Hot Toys Godfather (last one)

DID Major Erwin Konig
DID John Coleman

Dragon Bengt Zillmer
Dragon Jennifer

Triad Lola

ZC Girl Kathy

Jack Skellington and Sally at Disneyland

Artist Recreates the ‘Star Wars’ Trilogy With Paper

Artist Eric Power has created a unique version of the “Star Wars” trilogy using paper animation. Jeremy Messsersmith, a Minneapolis musician, has given the paper trilogy new depth and pathos by adding to the video his new song about Tatooine. (‘Twin suns of Tatooine / taught me everything I know.’) The video is only about two minutes in length. But it still manages to fit in many of the key points from Episodes 4, 5, and 6. The famous trench run, Han’s carbon freezing, and Luke’s battles with Darth Vader are all there. True, there’s no Jabba, and Chewbacca gets far too little screen time. Maybe in the extended cut.