Tweeterhead’s Batman (1966) Noir Variant Maquette Photos & Release Details: From Tweeterhead: “Announcing our first 66 Batman Variant!!
We will begin Pre-Selling our Batman ’66 “Noir” Variant next Wednesday, August 17th. We were given the chance to make these Super limited edition maquettes featuring our original Batman maquette with Black Cape, Cowl, Boots, Briefs, and Gloves.
This piece is limited to just 100 hand-numbered pieces and will retail for $199.99. This Batman Maquette does Not include the computer half of the base like the original did.
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Remastered from a new 4K transfer of the original film elements, the steelbook comes with the following bonus content:
‘Til All Are One – A brand-new, comprehensive documentary looking back at Transformers: The Movie with members of the cast and crew, including story consultant Flint Dille, cast members Gregg Berger, Neil Ross, Dan Gilvezan, singer/songwriter Stan Bush, composer Vince Dicola and others! Audio Commentary with Director Nelson Shin, story consultant Flint Dille and star Susan Blu Featurettes Animated Storyboards Trailers and TV Spots
The Autobots, led by the heroic Optimus Prime, prepare to
Taking place at Shout! Factory's booth (#4118) on Friday, July 22nd, The Return of the Living Dead autograph signing will feature cast members Thom Mathews (Freddy) and John Philbin (Chuck), as well as Sean Clark, who hosted a new episode of Horror's Hallowed Grounds for the Collector's Edition Blu-ray of the beloved horror comedy.
"An Inside Look at Shout! Factory and Scream Factory" panel, meanwhile, will be held in Room 29Ab at 8:00pm. Below, we have the official press release with full details:
Press Release: Now a mainstay at San Diego Comic-Con International, pop-culture purveyor Shout! Factory returns to the convention in 2016 with a dynamic lineup, featuring captivating panel events,
Unbelievably, at least in the West, there hasn’t a video game based on the original G1 iteration of the franchise since the 1980s (not counting the mobile phone turned-based title) and the era of the Spectrum and Commodroe 64, making Transformers Devastation something of a big deal in the Transformers community. It’s safe to say, on that basis alone,
There are also a handful of "B Movies" coming our way in various forms courtesy of Mill Creek Entertainment, and for those of you who didn’t pick up the Halloween box set last year, September 15th is your chance to finally own the Producer’s Cut of Halloween VI: The Curse of Michael Myers, as Lionsgate is giving it a standalone Blu-ray release.
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Transformers: Devastation is an all new cell shaded style game harking back to the Idw comic book style. It looks like transforming on the fly from robot to alt mode has returned which was one thing I loved about the previous games. As you play through the game you'll find ways to make your Autobot team stronger to take on threats from the evil Decepticons though I do agree with some of Megatron's points.
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For children of the 1990s, and presumably those who parented children in the 1990s, and anyone who just loves a good superhero animation, Spider-Man: The Animated Series is swathed in good will and nostalgia.
The show, which serialised Spidey’s legacy in 30-minute chunks, was undeniably excellent. We recall a particularly brilliant arc about Morbius The Vampire.
The cast reunited for a panel at Stan Lee's Comikaze Expo over the weekend to discuss the show’s twentieth anniversary, and announce their new project.
"You are the current avatar of this Marvel deity. This is our Iliad. This is our Odyssey," recalled Spidey-voicing actor Christopher Daniel Barnes, speaking of the responsibility of the role. "It touches something universal in us. When you get the chance to
· Gregg Berger joins the cast of The Clone Wars as General Kalani. He is a veteran voice actor known for his work on Transformers (as Grimlock), G.I.Joe (as Spirit), and perhaps most famously, Garfield (as Odie).
· David Kaye plays General Tandin. He’s known as the voice of Clank of Ratchet & Clank videogames, the voice of Optimus Prime in Transformers: Animated and Megatron in Beast Wars: Transformers.
· General Kalani is the first super tactical droid seen in the series. A more robust version of the spindly tactical droid introduced in Season One,
Aside from a few odd missteps, they’ve made an already amazing game even better with Transformers: Fall of Cybertron.
You see, part of what makes the Cybertron games so great is the same reason that the Arkham games were such great Batman games. The game wasn’t rushed to coincide with some release date of a corresponding movie. No, the development team was free to do as they please in the universe they’re given. And boy what
Details aside, things get a little silly when Gregg unleashes his vocal talents for the dynamic robo-dino; so, enough of my jabber-jawing,
Here's what happened during Sdcc when High Moon Studios' Matt Tieger was joined by Fall of Cybertron voice actors Peter Cullen (Optimus Prime), Gregg Berger (Grimlock), and Nolan North (Cliffjumper) to talk about letting players see the end of the last, great battle between the Autobots and the Decepticons.
Tieger launched into an explanation about the story and gameplay for the game, which follows War of Cybertron, where the heroic Autobots lost. Fall of Cybertron is about the death of their world. The design philosophy of the new game is about showng Cybertron and engaging with the planet and combat through the unique perspectives of each character.
High Moon Studios worked closely with Hasbro on developing the game's story, basing much of it on G1 Transformers and where possible or necessary, rewriting canon, particularly when it comes to the firebreathing space T-rex, Grimlock.
It was important to their team to
The publisher is demoing some their upcoming titles, plus a new game announcement during Sdcc.
Details on demos and panels after the jump.
Activision is doubling up on their Transformers stuff at this year's Comic-Con, showing off the multiplayer mode in Fall of Cybertron as well as the Wii adaptation of Transformers: Prime at their booth (#5344) throughout the show. Activision will also be demoing the recently-released The Amazing Spider-Man, and presenting The Fall of Cybertron and 007 Legends onstage.
If you're hitting up the panels, Activision will be bringing some of the Fall of Cybertron voice talent on stage Saturday, and later in the day, the publisher will be revealing a new game with Marvel (likely that Hit-Monkey title that leaked a couple of days back).
You can check out the full panel details below:
Saturday, July 14, 10:00 Am-10:50 Am
Panel: Transformers: Fall Of Cybertron Video Game
10:00-11:00 After Earth— Enter the world of After Earth with an in-depth panel that gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the universe of the upcoming film and comic book. With the film now in post-production and set to hit theaters next June, screenwriter Gary Whitta (Book of Eli) and director of photography Peter Suschitzky(The Empire Strikes Back) will discuss the making of the film. They will be
Interviews – Gregg Berger
Me Grimlock not podcaster, me grimlock king! The latest in the TFG1 Podcast interviews is with Mr. Gregg Berger! PecanCtMichael and TFG1Mike sit down and talk with Mr. Berger about his voice over career and more.
Gcr – Episode 35 – Music Spotlight – Wrap Up
Well we have come to the end of the Musical journey here at GeekCast Radio. It has been a fun filled seven month journey talking about all types of different music. Even though we didn’t hit everything that everyone might like, we did cover
The voice cast, which includes Ultimate Spider-Man and Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes voice actor Fred Tatasciore (Megatron, Ratchet, Metroplex) along with Guinness Record holder for most video game voice roles, Steve Blum (Shockwave, Swindle, Sharpshot), looks to have been filled out quite nicely with a selection of veteran voice actors. The only downside: Frank Welker, voice of the original Megatron and currently handling the character on the franchise's latest animated incarnation, Transformers: Prime, is nowhere to be seen (or heard, I guess).
The announcement promises that more names are on the way, but in addition to North as Bruticus, Cliffjumper, and Brawl, we've got Troy Baker as Jazz, Jetfire, and Kickback, as well as Isaac Singleton as Soundwave.
Transformers: Fall of Cybertron will be
Activision has officially announced that Peter Cullen and Gregg Berger will reprise their G1 roles as Optimus Prime and Grimlock Transformers: Fall of Cybertron. So fans of the original series can get psyched for a whole lot of “Me Grimlock, kick butt.”
In a recent behind-the-scenes interview with Cullen, the long time Transformers veteran stated that the new Fall of Cybertron story is more “involved” than the feature film. The voice talent cites the “emotion” driven story in the game and discusses the relationships of Optimus to his fellow Autobots.
Editor’S Pick: Transformers: Fall of Cybertron – Hands-on with G1-Inspired Brilliance
The new story co-developed by Hasbro’s Aaron Archer, rewrites official Transformers canon and features an all new origin for Grimlock. It will be great to hear Berger reprise his role as the famed Transformer. Fans of the 1986 animated feature film definitely
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