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Square Enix Reveals Left Alive Game for PS4, PC With Armored Core Director

Anime News Network - 19 September, 2017 - 04:25
Metal Gear Solid's Yoji Shinkawa designs characters, Takayuki Yanase designs mecha
Categories: Anime

Gundam: Battle Operation 2 PS4 Sequel Revealed for 2018

Anime News Network - 19 September, 2017 - 04:10
Original game shut down on July 31, Gundam: Battle Operation Next still ongoing
Categories: Anime

Japan's Animation Blu-ray Disc Ranking, September 11-17

Anime News Network - 19 September, 2017 - 04:02
In This Corner of the World sold 24,015 + 19,594, followed by The Idolm#ster SideM stage event, P & JK film, Tenchi Muyo! Ryo Ohki, Haikyu!! stage play
Categories: Anime

Final Fantasy IX Launches on PS4 in Japan Today

Anime News Network - 19 September, 2017 - 03:35
Game previously re-released on smartphones, PC in 2016
Categories: Anime

Gunpla TV – Episode 246 – Kotobukiya Special! - 19 September, 2017 - 02:53
Our fans have been wanting to see some different items featured and this week we deliver! We take a look at the newest hot model line from Kotobukiya called HEXA GEAR which features kits for pilots known as ‘Governors’ as well as animal themed robotic mounts! Frame Arms Girls finally makes an appearance on Gunpla […]
Categories: Toy News

G.I. Joe “Action Battle Toys” - 19 September, 2017 - 02:37
This 1984 Ben Franklin advertisement should make all of the G.I. Joe fans happy. Look at those prices! $16.88 for a Skystriker. $10.97 for the APC. Wait. What is a “Twin Battle Fun” when it comes to G.I. Joe toys of the eighties. Based on the prices and images, I think they wanted to list the Fang there, but “Twin... Read more →
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

Mego Dukes of Hazzard Action Figures - 19 September, 2017 - 02:22
December 2, 1981. The Dukes of Hazzard television show was quite popular there for a time in the early eighties, with millions of people across the U.S. watching each week. And it didn’t take toymakers long to capitalize on the success of the series, with even Mego getting into the fun with a series of Dukes of Hazzard action figures... Read more →
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

“He’d like to have a few words with you.” - 19 September, 2017 - 01:45
This advertisement for the Star Wars Episode 1 action figures comes from the January 2000 issue of ToyFare magazine, showing us just how hard Hasbro was trying to sell a line of unpopular action figures. The flooded shelves of 1999 and 2000 were not forgotten in 2002, as this 2002 newspaper article proves. Still, it is nice to see that... Read more →
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

DEVIL Edition “A Clockwork Carrot Alex & Dim” from Blackbook Toy for Sept 23rd release

TOYSREVIL'S I LIKE TOYS - 19 September, 2017 - 01:22
BlackBook Toy shares with us news of their new drop happening from midnight of Sep 23rd for ALEX and DIM. Introducing The DEVIL EDITIONS of Frank Kozik’s A Clockwork Carrot featuring ALEX the deviant rabbit and DIM the dangerous bear! Price for each 28.5cm tall sofubi figure is 13500yen owe (approx. US$121 / SG$163). “Devilman” might approve :)"Some highlights in PU on their skins and in mint
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

Genocidal Organ Anime Film's 1st 14 Minutes Streamed

Anime News Network - 19 September, 2017 - 01:00
BD/DVD ships in Japan on October 25; Funimation release with English dub ships on November 7
Categories: Anime

Nerdist Presents “Thor 3: Ragnarok” - 1987 Trailer (The 80s-flavor makes everything awesome)

TOYSREVIL'S I LIKE TOYS - 19 September, 2017 - 00:49
”Nerdist Presents brings you the answer to a question you always needed to ask - What if Thor: Ragnarok was actually made in the 1980S?” … Look, EVERYTHING looks awesome when does thru the retrolicious-mill of the 80s’ kitschy=style, and I LOVE IT! #Fact But NO, I don’t want to see the actual “Thor: Ragnarok” as an “80s movie” … I have memories of “Masters of the Universe” film (with Dolph
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

1st Look at “GUAN YU” by Luke Chueh x Pobber Toys at #STGCC2017

TOYSREVIL'S I LIKE TOYS - 19 September, 2017 - 00:36
Showcased at the recent the Pobber Toys booth at Singapore Toy, Games & Comic Con 2017 (Sept 9-10) was a line-up of “SAMURAI” figures (the base figure designed by Jon-Paul Kaiser) - featuring designs from (right-to-left of image): Quiccs’ custom-turned production resin “Baby Ghost”, JPK’s own skeletal-skull headed Samurai, Huck Gee’s “Skullhead Samurai”. AND steathily beside them all, a LUKE
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

1997 BattleTech CCG Game FAQ - 19 September, 2017 - 00:30
As a Wizards of the Coast trading card game, the old BattleTech CCG managed to get a little space in different issues of the Duelist magazine*, including a small number of articles dedicated to introducing the game, introducing expansions, and offering up card lists. And in those early days of the internet, Wizards of the Coast also took to publishing... Read more →
Categories: Designer Toys, Toy News

Elegant Yokai Apartment Life Anime's New Visual Features Naomi Chiaki

Anime News Network - 19 September, 2017 - 00:30
The official website for the television anime of Hinowa Kōzuki's Yōkai Apāto no Yūga na Nichijō (Elegant Yokai Apartment Life) light novel series unveiled...
Categories: Anime

European Raings Board Lists Final Fantasy IX With PS4 Release

Anime News Network - 19 September, 2017 - 00:01
The Pan European Game Information (PEGI) ratings board has issued a rating for a PlayStation 4 release of Square Enix's Final Fantasy IX game. Square Enix...
Categories: Anime

Japanese Government Moves Forward With Plans to Relax Visa Restrictions for Foreign Animators

Anime News Network - 18 September, 2017 - 23:45
The Japanese government is moving forward with plans to relax visa status regulations for foreigners seeking to get jobs in Japan after graduating from...
Categories: Anime

Thank You!!!

Glyos Transmission Blog - 18 September, 2017 - 22:46
Thank you for a super September release! Not sure what's happening out there exactly, but we've been seeing lots of new faces and some long lost ones as well, steadily popping up over the last few months.

To try and keep things flowing better and allow for folks (new and old alike) to have access to more than just the Buildstation after a new wave, we've been bumping the production numbers up across the boards. Nothing crazy, but hopefully just enough to keep the assortments accessible a little longer than a couple of days. The Mystery figures have been some of our more popular offerings this year, so we've spent extra time adding little twists within the twists to continue the vintage inspired fun.

In general, the Villser seems to be doing pretty good as the new kid on the block, and I've really been loving the crazy builds that you guys have been sharing. The things we create over here are far from perfect, but are always filled with heart and a ton of thought, so I wanted to personally thank you for spending some time with this new creation.

The next round is set for late October and should be fun for those that enjoy not only Halloween, but a little more AD&D as well.

As of this writing, all domestic orders have shipped out, except those that came in tonight. International orders will hit the post first thing tomorrow morning and then we are 100% shipped from this release. Michelle really worked like a machine over the last week (processing the highest amount of orders in a release this year), and Pj swept in for a mega packing special mission that was awesome to behold!

The last few months have had a lot challenges and changes around here, but last week something truly glorious happened, as our brother Marcus and his awesome wife Heidi welcomed their first child into the world. We wanted to just take a moment to send all our love out to little Coralyn Eve Beaudette! Welcome to the world, kiddo! We love you already!

Wrapping up, thank you once again for granting us the freedom to continue to create this stuff. It's especially felt when you watch lives begin and end, and really see clearly how incredibly lucky it is that we've all come together, for however long it lasts, all differences aside. 

Categories: Otaku Culture, Toy News

Attention program – Pop! Movies: Tron

Plastic and Plush - 18 September, 2017 - 22:06

Here's a Funko Pop! series I can get behind...or, well...just purchase. The Pop! Movies: Tron series includes two of the main characters from the 1982 Disney live-action film. This series features Tron – the self-monitoring security program, and the evil program Sark. Both Pop!s comes sporting discs from their fierce disc battle. And each one has a 1-in-6 chase variant.

So Tron is one of my favorite 80's sci-fi films, but I never understood the love from Tron and lack of love for Flynn. Flynn was the main character, right? I mean Tron had his moments (like the final battle against Sark), but the film was primarily about Flynn being stuck inside ENCOM mainframe. And why no 1/6th scale Tron figures? The 1980's is money, folks!

Go ahead and pre-order over at Or you can pick up some of Funko's already released Tron figures from other toy lines.

Categories: Designer Toys

Viewster Adds School Days, Humanity Has Declined Anime

Anime News Network - 18 September, 2017 - 21:30
Also: Magical Heart Kokoro-chan OVA, The Everyday Tales of a Cat God
Categories: Anime
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