Bill has shared his latest action figure comic – the continuation of X-Men vs. X-Force, guest-starring Deadpool (poor guy!) Be sure to check out the rest of his work at Bill’s Comics.
X-Men and X-Force: Rescue Mission
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… this Sesame Street parody The HUNGRY Games is too good to pass up, even if you’re not a “Tribute,” which I understand is what an HG fan wants to be called… not Hungry Hippos or Peetaphiles.
Cookieness Evereat is the one to watch.
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Bill has shared his latest action figure comic. It’s the Jim Lee X-Men team vs. X-Force, guest-starring our favorite Merc with a Mouth. Be sure to check out the rest of his work at Bill’s Comics.
X-Men vs. X-Force
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In conjunction with LEGO, Marvel has published a series of videos featuring our favorite LEGO Marvel Super Heroes. The first episode sets up Loki as the mastermind behind the scenes, as he powers up Doc Ock for a fight versus Spider-Man.
Need a superhero fix? Amazon has a bunch of the LEGO Marvel sets on sale now.
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I just love fan-created stories depicted by action figures. Sure, the Four Horseman have said that Superdadd2 and Izdawiz’s epic isn’t Seventh Kingdom canon, but that doesn’t stop it from being a hell of a lot of fun. Check it out!
Superdadd2 is the kind of collector who believes that action figures should see tons of play. Over the years, Superdadd2 and his sons have used action figures to create both comic strips and stop-motion movies. His sons have gotten good enough at this that one of their stop-motion movies won a $10,000 prize.
The Never-before-seen “Truth By Combat” comic photo strip featured below is classic Superdadd2. He delights in mixing and matching various figures from numerous unrelated lines to tell a story. It’s important to note that the story in the photo strip below (written by fellow Four Horsemen Fan Izdawiz) is in no way Seventh Kingdom canon and has not being approved by the folks at Four Horsemen Toy Design.
via The First Fantastic “Fan Fare” Figure Feature: Focusing on Fan-Created Fun For Fans, by Fans! « Power Lords Return.
It’s almost Halloween again, so it’s time to watch Marvel Super Heroes send up some vampires. Scooby and the Gang, Twilight, and more get some lampooning love in this oldie but goodie from the team at MSH: What The–?!
Nothing can beat Morbius, the Living Vampire, as the sexy sax vamp from the Lost Boys. See more at the Marvel Super Heroes: What The–?! home page.
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In honor of the Batman: Arkham Origins video game, available starting today, Bill has put together another classic comic. Batman: Under Siege pits the Dark Knight against Deadshot, Bane, and the Black Mask, and has a couple of funny easter eggs for fans of the movies, old and new. Also, be sure to check out more of his comics at Bill’s Comics.
Batman: Under Siege
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Building the Back to the Future Time Machine got me thinking about other movies that could benefit from the LEGO treatment. Then I found the work of Alex Eylar. Check out the iconic movie scenes that he’s put together. Sure, there’s some scenes that he’s created using bricks that come from actual licensed sets, like Star Wars, but a lot of the scenes that he’s recreated are fully from scratch. Really cool stuff!
A few weeks ago I was contacted by a guy from a press agency, who proposed building a few movie scenes to form a press packet of sorts to shop around to the news outlets.
This bounty of homages was the result.
via And Welcome to Hollywood: A LEGO® creation by Alex Eylar : MOCpages.com.
It’s been a busy few days, but I live for the Fridays that I can post a new installment from Bill’s Comics. His latest features Captain America and Daredevil, which is fitting, because Cap has a movie coming out in a few months, and Daredevil… will be the new Batman in the next Superman movie. I know – that one hurts. But enjoy this comic!
Captain America and Daredevil: Devil’s Advocate
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A few weeks ago, our good friend Richard, aka ActionFiguresRule, from the MATRIX Photo Booth and AFR Studio sent me some quick pics for the Marvel Select Wolverine from Diamond Select Toys. He promised some follow-up pictures in more of a story format. And he sent them a little while back, and in all my glorious laziness I only got them posted today (sorry Richard!)
The cool thing is that he’s provided all the pictures for a great story, but left it up to you to fill in the rest. Have a great plot, or dialogue, or the whole deal? Leave it in the comments below. Have fun!
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