Dark Horse to Release Masters of the Universe: Revelation Prequel Limited Comic Series

IGN has reported that Dark Horse will be releasing a four issue limited comic series that will serve as a prequel to Masters of the Universe: Revelation. For those who are not aware, Masters of the Universe: Revelation is one of the two confirmed animated series that is being produced for Netflix. This series will follow up the events of the original He-Man and the Masters of Universe animated series. The series will be written by Kevin Smith, Rob David, and Time Sheridan. Mindy Lee will work on the illustrations.…

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He-Man & The Masters Of The Universe Netflix CG Series Announced

Deadline has reported that a second animated project based on He-Man and the Masters of the Universe is currently in production for Netflix. The project will be separate from the previously announced project that will be produced by Kevin Smith. Unlike Smith’s project, the second series will be animated in CG. The series will be produced by Adam Bonnet, Jeff Matsuda, Susan Corbin, and Mattel Television. Christopher Keenan and Rob David will be working as the executive producers on the project. Bryan Q Miller will be working as the story editor on the series. Animation will be helm by House…

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Super7 Announces Thundercats Ultimates

Super7 recently updated their official website with pre-order pages for their new line of Thundercats Ultimates. Similar to Mattel/ Mattycollector’s line of Masters of the Universe Classics, the line will consist of collector styled 7 inch Thundercats figures. The first wave of figures will contain several figures that were previously released by Mattycollector, but will feature various updates to the sculpts as well as brand new accessories. The first set of figures are currently up for pre-order on Super7’s official website and will retail for $45 each. Pre-orders will be open until Friday, September 13, 2019.  The figures are set…

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Masters of the Universe Origins Toyline Revealed

io9.Gizmodo has recently revealed a first look at the new line of vintage styled Masters of the Universe toyline. For those who are not aware, Masters of the Universe was a toyline released by Mattel in 1981 that was accompanied by a series of mini comics. An animated series based on the brand was created by Filmation in 1983 simply titled, “He-Man and the Masters of the Universe.” The series received several follow up animated productions as well as a live-action film. Mattel later created newly super articulated 6-7 inch scale figures based…

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Live-Action Masters of the Universe Film Eyeing 2021 Release

Deadline has reported that the upcoming live-action Masters of the Universe film is set to premiere in theaters on March 5, 2021. As reported in 2017 the film was initially slated for a December 18, 2019 release date, however expectantly the film has been delayed. Also reported earlier it was revealed that Noah Centineo would be portraying He-Man in the film, which has since been confirmed. Art Marcum and Matt Holloway will work as the screenplay writers on the project. Adam and Aaron Nee will be directed the film at Sony Pictures. Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch will be the producers on the project. The original screenplay…

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Noah Centineo in Talks to Portray He-Man in ‘Masters of the Universe’ Live-Action Film

The Hollywood Reporter has reported that Noah Centineo is in talks to portray He-Man in the upcoming Master’s of the Universe live-action film. Art Marcum and Matt Holloway will work as the screenplay writers on the project. Adam and Aaron Nee will be directed the film at Sony Pictures. Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch will be the producers on the project. The original screenplay draft was originally written by David S. Goyer, who will be working as executive producer. It was reported earlier in 2017 that the film was set to release this December, however expect the film to be delayed to a later date. No other details are…

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NYTF 2019: Shazam! Action Figure Reveals *SPOILERS*

During New York Toy Fair 2019, Mattel has released official images for the Shazam! basic action figures and DC Multiverse action figure releases. Be warned that SPOILERS are ahead for the film in terms of which characters are present. However, seeing as these figures have already started appearing at Wal-Mart stores across the US, the spoilers have been out there for the last week or so.   Shazam! Basic Figures Each figure includes one of the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man, but one is missing and might be included with a later figure. The figures include: Shazam! Freddy…

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McFarlane Toys Acquires “DC Multiverse Collector Figures” License For 2020

This past December 2018, we got word that Mattel would be losing the DC Comics license for the Boys Action category. Additional information, did confirm that Mattel would be retaining the Girls Toy and Preschool toy license, presumably to continue producing DC Super Hero Girls and Imaginext DC Super Friends respectively. Whereas, Spin Master signed a deal for the Boy Action category, but nothing was stated for the collector’s focused action figures. Speculation on the internet has been rampant as DC announced that DC Collectibles was going to be scaled…

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Spin Master Announces 3-Year Toy Deal with Warner Bros./ DC

Yesterday, Spin Master Corp. announced it has entered a three-year licensing agreement with Warner Bros. Consumer Products. This new licensing agreement is specifically for DC Comics properties, and will focus on remote control/ robotic vehicles, water toys and games/ puzzles.   Below is Spin Master’s official statement regarding the deal: “Partnering with an iconic brand like DC is a major milestone for Spin Master and is part of our strategy to invest in successful licenses to further grow and diversify our business,” said Ben Gadbois, Spin Master’s Global President and COO.…

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Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu Ep 57 – Putting the DC in SDCC

Welcome to another all-new episode of Hero Club’s Podcast, “Los Ingobernables de Tokusatsu!” This week’s episode opens with Wheelz and Metal looking at some interesting Gridman news concerning the anime as well as new toy. However, we eventually transition to an unconventional discussion on San Diego Comic Con 2018. The reason behind this discussion is due to the fact that this year we were unable to host our “Wrap Up” show for the event. We discuss a lot DC comics related events, but we close on the King of the…

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