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Top 10: Possible Wonder Woman ’77 Crossovers
Jul30

Top 10: Possible Wonder Woman ’77 Crossovers

Top 10: Possible Wonder Woman ’77 Crossovers by Jerry Whitworth   Announced just prior to San Diego Comic-Con, the Lynda Carter Wonder Woman will be teaming up with another iconic female superhero in Wonder Woman ’77 Meets The Bionic Woman. Following in the footsteps of Batman ’66 which has evolved into a series of crossovers including Green Hornet, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., and The Avengers, little is known about what...

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From Page to Screen: Hasbro Cinematic Universe
Dec29

From Page to Screen: Hasbro Cinematic Universe

From Page to Screen: Hasbro Cinematic Universe by Jerry Whitworth   Announced in mid-December, Hasbro has entered into an agreement with Paramount Pictures to produce a shared film universe centered around its biggest franchise G.I. Joe. Something of a modern day craze following the success of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, the Hasbro/Paramount venture joins the likes of 20th Century Fox’s X-Men Universe, Warner Bros’...

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Fight to Survive: Serpentor vs Vandal Savage
Oct01

Fight to Survive: Serpentor vs Vandal Savage

Fight to Survive: Serpentor vs Vandal Savage by Jerry Whitworth   In the expansive landscape of fiction, one truth always holds true: if there’s two characters remotely similar to each other, fans will argue which character would win in a fight. Son Goku and Superman. Batman and Captain America. Dr. Doom and Darth Vader. It doesn’t matter if it’s comic book, cartoon, novel, film, game, or television series. In today’s arena, we...

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Street Fighter × G.I. Joe Comes to IDW

Street Fighter × G.I. Joe Comes to IDW by Jerry Whitworth   Announced at San Diego Comic-Con International 2015, Capcom’s popular Street Fighter fighting game franchise is coming to IDW Publishing in a comic book crossover with Hasbro’s popular G.I. Joe toyline titled Street Fighter × G.I. Joe. Few details are as yet known save that villainous organizations Shadaloo and Cobra would team-up and Vega and Storm Shadow...

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The ’80s – Geek Edition: Part Three

The ’80s – Geek Edition: Part Three by Jerry Whitworth   (see Parts One and Two if you haven’t already)   One of the biggest booms in the 1980s for geeks was the collectible toy market. Toy manufacturers over the years developed a large array of products including board games, imitation weapons and costumes for role-playing, and baby dolls. In 1959, Mattel would shake up the industry with the introduction of the...

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