PREVIEWS: "Daredevil," "Uncanny X-Men," & More Marvel Comics On Sale August 3, 2016
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Inspired by the classic video game, this official Question Block lamp emits a "Ping!" sound when turn on or off. Sorry, no gold coins, though.
Mario, Link, Princess Peach and more are featured in a new line of shoes inspired by Nintendo's classic games.
A new hip-hop-influenced, live-action Mario fan film knock the socks of 1994's "Super Mario Bros."
The Stained Glass Geek's work reimagines iconic pop culture characters as traditional stained glass creations.
Freerunners Mario and Luigi jump, flip and climb over a combination of real-world and CG obstacles in this fan tribute to the video game.
A collaboration between Nintendo and the Italian fashion house, "Super Moschino" honors the 30th anniversary of the iconic video game.
NECA expands its DC movie line of action figures while Hot Toys offers updates on the ultra-realistic Paul Rudd Ant-Man figure and much more!
Funko and IAmElemental unveil NYCC exclusives while Tweeterhead shows off He-Man and plenty of adorable comic characters make their debut.
The famed video game plumber and his doppleganger are reimagined as costumed heroes ranging from Wolverine & Sabretooth to Wonder Woman & Cheetah.
Emails from the Sony hack reveal the "Amazing Spider-Man" producer has been in talks with Nintendo for an animated adaptation of the game franchise.
Hot Toys fills out their "Guardians of the Galaxy" ranks as NECA announces video game Batman and more Luigi details are revealed.
Toying Around is back from San Diego with tons of toy and collectible reveals from NECA, Hot Toys, Diamond Select Toys and lots more!
New "The Walking Dead," "Firefly," 30th anniversary "Ghostbusters" and many more collectibles were revealed this week. Let's check 'em out!
Another hodge podge week means everything from "Thor: The Dark World" and the Undertaker to "Parks & Recreation's" Ron Swanson and "Back to the Future" get the collectible spotlight.
This week, Brian Cronin powers up to discover whether Nintendo bought the rights to a "Super Mario Bros." porn parody simply so it could bury the film.