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Round-Up: Aliens Series 5 Figures, Mega Man Animated TV Series, New Chucky Shirts, Head DVD

These Series 5 figures are the newest addition to Neca's best-selling Aliens action figure collection and will be released in late summer. Also in this round-up: details on a Mega Man TV Series, Chucky Collection II shirts, and DVD details for the film Head.

Aliens Series 5 Figures: To be released by Neca in August, each Series 5 figure is 7 inches in scale. We have the complete details as well as a look at the figures below:

"Series 5 in our best-selling Alien action figure collection includes Lt. Ellen Ripley, Bishop (Queen Attack) and black and red versions of the Xenomorph Warriors from Aliens: Genocide.

Ripley features the likeness of Sigourney Weaver and comes with bandolier accessory plus the makeshift flamethrower/pulse rifle hybrid she jury-rigs to battle the Queen. Bishop features the likeness of Lance Henriksen and is based on the android’s appearance after the Alien Queen’s attack. He comes
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Exclusive Genius Interview with Steven T. Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen

Horror fans may know Steven T. Seagle and Teddy Kristiansen from their work on House of Secrets, but they’ve worked together on a number of projects, including It’s a Bird and the recently released Genius. I had a chance to catch up with the both of them at Comic-Con and learned about the real life story that inspired Genius, their creative process, and their thoughts on a Genius movie:

Where did the idea of Genius come from? Was this something you had been thinking about for a while?

Steven T. Seagle: Teddy and I worked together on It’s a Bird, which was semi-autobiographical. It was about my family’s struggle with Huntington’s Disease set against the sci-fi element of a perfect physical being. It was about disease making you a less perfect human and the idea of Superman, who is undefeatable and perfect. That kind
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"Monsuno" Is A Mystery Wrapped Up Inside A Riddle Wrapped Up Inside A Backstory

Charger, ram it!

In this series of Monsuno (2012), Chase (Cam Clarke) is in the mountains after something dramatic happened in the prior series and he’s still after his dad. The agency S.T.O.R.M. is still after him and they don’t seem to mind shooting at these kids. Now he’s got Beyal (Kirk Thornton), a kind of mystic, helping him along with Bren (Christopher Smith) and Jinja (Karen Strassman) and of course Chase’s giant bear Monsuno monster DNA thing Lock. In fact, everyone has a Monsuno monster with varying skills. Chase has to deal with Klipse an evil Monsuno scientist who used to work with Chase’s father. Add to that, a new teenage Monsuno owner, Dax (Keith Silverstein), is a Han Solo, chaotic good sort. And for some reason, Monsuno battles decide something.

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