Monthly Archives: December, 2012

Update for 12/28/12

New Breakdowns & Restock!

Hot Toys Avengers Captain America x6

ZC World Hommes Volume 9 x4

Sideshow GI Joe Cobra Desert Officer x3
Sideshow Star Wars Commander Neyo x3
Sideshow Monty Python King of Swamp Castle x1

Update for 12/27/12


Hot Toys Dastan x1 + Extras

Sideshow GI Joe Snake Eyes w/ Timber x4
Sideshow Star Wars Commander Bacara x3

SAVE THE DATE: Amazing Arizona Comic Convention Coming to Phoenix January 25-26-27, 2013

Amazing Arizona Comic Convention produces the Amazing Arizona Comic Con, January 25th through 27th, 2013 at the Phoenix Convention Center

Jay Company Comics returns to Phoenix to produce the newest installment, the 2013 Amazing Arizona Comic Con. With a fantastic debut show in 2011, promoters Jimmy and Bill Jay built on the strong attendance, a dynamic guest line-up, and industry buzz to double the size of the in 2012. With this year’s event expanding to 3 days, and move to a larger facility at the Phoenix Convention Center, Amazing Comic Con has quickly become the premiere destination for comic books and pop culture in the Southwest.

Jay Company Comics is a family run and operated comic book retail organization that focuses on the hottest collectibles in the market. Jay Company was founded by brothers, Bill and Jimmy S. Jay, in the spring of 1996, as they established an extensive mail order company and quickly became the #1 largest convention dealership in the nation. For nearly 18 years, you can visit our family at the multiple Jay Company booth locations at the San Diego Comic Con International, Wondercon, C2E2 Chicago, many of the Wizard Worlds, and other regional shows throughout the country.

Jay Company also produces the finest specialty comics for the modern age, with exclusive covers and other special editions. Studios and publishers that continue to work with Jay Company include Marvel Comics, Aspen Entertainment, Top Cow Productions, Zenescope, Udon Studios, Basement Comics, Big Dog Ink, Devil’s Due, and Arcade Comics. Jay Company has also forged working relationships with a virtual A-list of comic artists from companies such as Marvel, DC, Image Comics, and more.

Over the last two decades, have been employed as publishing consults for 12 Gates Productions, Avalon Press, Awesome Entertainment and Stan Winston Studios. Over two dozen titles were published by its subsidiary, ARCADE COMICS, this last decade. In 2010, made the next logical progression from exhibiting, retailing, consulting, and publishing to convention promoting with the AMAZING ARIZONA COMIC CON and the 20th Anniversary IMAGE COMIC EXPO. With a strong track record of successful comic events taking place in the last three seasons, partner Jimmy Jay looks to continue to expand Amazing Comic Conventions in the near future. Look for more announcements coming soon.

For more information, please email us at You can follow us on Social Media on Facebook at, and Twitter@AmazingComicCon.

Merry Chrismas from the Gang at Toy Anxiety!

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Getting Ready For Christmas


75 Years Ago: Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Premiered at Carthay Circle Theater

Snow White Premiere

Seventy-five years ago on December 21st, Walt Disney’s first feature-length animated film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, premiered at Carthay Circle Theater. Click through for the details and some video footage from that day: – Happy anniversary, Snow White… 75, and still the fairest one of all!

Update for 12/21/12

New Breakdowns & Restock!

Phicen Rayne 2 Versions x3 Each
Phicen Seamless Female Medium Breasts x3 Each

Scarface War Version x2
Scarface Respect Version x2
Che Guevara x1 (Had 1 More than we thought)
Legend of the Fist Chen Zhen x2

Update for 12/20/12


Sideshow Star Wars Tusken Raider x3
Sideshow Desert Sands Sandtrooper x1 (Mostly)

Sideshow GI Joe Cobra Viper x3
Sideshow GI Joe Cobra Crimson Guard x3

So THIS Is What The TARDIS Looks Like Now…

The Doctor in his new TARDIS

By | Posted on Wednesday, December 19th, 2012

We knew there would be a fair few changes in the next episode of Doctor Who, not least that he would be wearing a new coat and travelling with a new companion, but was anyone honestly prepared for this?

It’s the new-look TARDIS, with hexagons on the walls, a bank of lit switches behind (or in front of, depending on where you are) the central console, and a central console that no longer looks like the Doctor had to remake it out of stuff he found in a Victorian branch of Staples.

It is, in short, a modernisation of his former steampunk aesthetic, which is strange, given that the Doctor himself has started dressing in a more old-fashioned way, much more like his eighth incarnation, to these eyes.

Can’t wait to hear what they’ve done to the theme tune now…

Dr. Who - The Snowmen

Click on this photo to see the preview!