Hot Toys Avengers: Endgame 1/6th scale Brie Larson as Captain Marvel Collectible Figure

Pre-order Hot Toys Avengers: Endgame MMS575 Captain Marvel 1/6th Scale Collectible Figure at BBTS (link HERE)

“Because before, you didn’t have me.” – Captain Marvel

One of the Marvel’s most powerful super heroes, Captain Marvel joins the Avengers as the key to defeat Thanos. Arrives from space, the hero proceeds to completely destroy the warship, and attempts to stop Thanos from wielding the Nano Gauntlet with her special power.

Ever since her debut, Captain Marvel has become immensely popular in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. As seen in the final battle between the super heroes and the warlord, Hot Toys is excited to present today the latest 1/6th scale Captain Marvel collectible figure from the incredible Avengers: Endgame collection.

Beautifully crafted based on the appearance of Brie Larson as Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel in the movie, the figure features a newly developed head sculpt with short hairstyle, a specially designed body equipped with LED light-up function on both sides of the forearms, the iconic red and blue costume with gold star emblem on chest and sash around waist in movie-accurate perfection, multiple energy-blasting effect accessories wearable on arms and hands, LED light-up Nano Gauntlet painted and battle damaged effects, and a movie-themed dynamic figure stand for wide range of aerial poses!

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Hot Toys MMS575 Avengers: Endgame 1/6th scale Captain Marvel Collectible Figure specially features: Authentic and detailed likeness of Captain Marvel in Avengers: Endgame | Newly developed head sculpt with authentic likeness of Brie Larson as Captain Marvel in the movie | Movie-accurate facial expression with detailed skin texture and make-up | Short blond hair sculpture | Approximately 29cm tall Body with over 28 points of articulations and LED-light up function on forearms (battery operated) | Three (3) pairs of blue-colored interchangeable gloved hands including: pair of fists, pair of relaxed hands, pair of gesture hands

Costume: newly tailored metallic red and blue Captain Marvel suit with shoulder armor and star emblem on chest | metallic blue and gold colored gauntlets | metallic blue colored belt with sash | metallic blue colored boots

Accessories: battle damaged Nano Gauntlet mounted with six Infinity Stones (LED light-up function, battery operated) | pair of translucent blue colored interchangeable energy-blasting effect fists | pair of interchangeable translucent blue colored energy-blasting gauntlets | pair of translucent blue energy-blasting effect accessories (attachable on hands) | pair of translucent blue colored effect accessories (attachable on forearms) | movie themed dynamic figure base stand with character name

Release date: Approximately Q2 – Q3, 2021

Granblue Fantasy: Versus celebrates 350,000 sales to date

Publisher CyGames has proudly announced that its delightful-looking fighting title Granblue Fantasy: Versus has passed 350,000 shipments and digital sales worldwide, getting the anime battler off to a comfortable start during its staggered release period.

CyGames made the announcement on Twitter with a short message thanking the fans, accompanied by some cute artwork of Granblue Fantasy stars Djeeta and Lyria. Granblue Fantasy: Versus first launched on PS4 in Japan, before arriving in North America and Europe in March. A PC port was also released at this time.

Granblue Fantasy: Versus will release the last of its initial DLC characters, Zooey, on April 28. Zooey will be followed by a free story expansion this summer, before the fighter launches its second season pass of characters sometime this fall. The first new arrival from this second run is expected to be fallen angel Belial.

Granblue Fantasy: Versus is available now on PS4 and PC.

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San Diego Comic Con 2020 Has Been Cancelled

In expected, yet sad news, San Diego Comic Con 2020 has been officially cancelled due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. SDCC is scheduled to return for next year with the announced July 22-25, 2021 dates. Pass holders will have the option to request a full refund or transfer their badges over to next year’s show—a nice gesture considering the difficulty of obtaining a pass through the lottery. Hotel reservations made through SDCC’s travel partner, onPeak, will be cancelled with deposits fully refunded. While WonderCon was initially postponed, it has since been cancelled and is slated to return to Anaheim on March 26-28, 2021.

Beyond SDCC, we’ve already seen cancellations/postponements of many art toy-centric shows including Creature Bazaar, Five Points Festival, Thailand Toy Expo—which is going online, and Shanghai Toy Show. As with WonderCon, postponements may end up as cancellations. Here’s hoping that the situation will improve enough to the point where DesignerCon can be held safely in November.

SDCC is exploring an online (virtual) convention experience, perhaps similar to the WonderCon@Home concept. Online convention offerings may become more common for the rest of the year. We’re excited and curious to see what form they take. Thailand Toy Expo is one to watch as it has announced a transition to an online experience for this year—date to-be-announced. Perhaps it will be possible to incorporate more of the convention experience beyond an online store approach.

While it was the prudent, safe, and really only viable option, we’ll certainly miss attending SDCC this year.  It will be the first time in 15 years that we won’t make the mini-trip down from LA for the show.  While it hasn’t been a major show art toy-wise in a while, there’s still nothing quite like SDCC in terms of scale, presentation, and frenzy (thrilling and tiring).

 

 

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