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Mezco Toyz’s One:12 Collective Iron Fist is Available for Pre-Order

One:12 Collective Iron Fist

The One:12 Collective Iron Fist figure is presented in a fitted suit with dragon insignia. The master of martial arts comes complete with two head portraits and a range of chi effects including a Shou-Lao fist effect that is affixed to his interchangeable hand. Iron Fist is well-equipped with a three-section staff that is connected by a real chain.

Trained in the ways of martial arts at K’un-Lun, Danny Rand is given the chance to attain the power of the Iron Fist by defeating Shou-Lao the Undying, a dragon who guards the molten heart that had been torn from its body. After doing so, Danny becomes the immortal Iron First and learns how to harness his immense power to save others and fight honorable battles.

THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE IRON FIST FIGURE FEATURES:

  • One:12 Collective body with over 28 points of articulation
  • Two (2) head portraits
  • Hand painted authentic detailing
  • Approximately 17cm tall
  • Ten (10) interchangeable hands including 
    • One (1) pair of fists (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of holding hands (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of karate chop hands (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of grabbing hands (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of posing hands (L & R)

COSTUME:

  • Fitted suit with dragon insignia
  • Wrist wraps (permanently affixed to wrists)
  • Shin wraps (permanently affixed to shins)
  • Tabi-style sandals

ACCESSORIES:

  • One (1) three-section staff
  • One (1) Shou-Lao fist (affixed to interchangeable right hand)
  • One (1) pair of chi punching hands (affixed to interchangeable left & right hands)
  • One (1) iron fist punch hand (affixed to interchangeable right hand)
  • One (1) chi karate chop hand (affixed to interchangeable left hand)
  • One (1) chi posing hand (affixed to interchangeable left hand)
  • One (1) One:12 Collective display base with logo
  • One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display post

The One:12 Collective Iron Fist figure is scheduled to be released between February and April 2020. It can be pre-ordered now.

One:12 Collective Iron Fist
One:12 Collective Iron Fist

Netflix Cuts Ties by Cancelling Jessica Jones and the Punisher

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It’s not a surprise but the second season of Marvel’s The Punisher and third season of Marvel’s Jessica Jones are their last on Netflix. The digital platform has now cancelled all of the Marvel live action series that have aired having previously cancelled Marvel’s Daredevil, Marvel’s Luke Cage, and Marvel’s Iron Fist.

Jessica Jones‘ third season has yet to air and doesn’t have an air date but is believed to debut during the summer.

With the upcoming launch of rival streaming service Disney+, it’s not a surprise that Marvel and Netflix have parted ways. Executive Producer Jeph Loeb has hinted it’s a possibility the characters and shows will be revived on that platform.

In the lead up to the launch of Disney+, Disney has been removing some of its top content, including Marvel films, from Netflix.`

The relationship between Netflix and Marvel hasn’t been smooth as the shows all had creative and scheduling issues and a revolving door of showrunners. The decision to cancel things seem to have come during the decision of a third season of Luke Cage where Netflix wanted to have the episode count cut from 13 to 10. Those negotiations became strained which was a factor in Netflix deciding to cut the shows loose.

Toy Fair 2019: Diamond Select Toys Sneak Peek: DC, Marvel, Kingdom Hearts, Bruce Lee and More!

It’s that magical time of year, when toy companies from around the world descend on New York City for the International Toy Fair! Pictures of the newest toys splatter across the Interwebs, and we all get to go gaga over products that may not see the light for many months. Well, Diamond Select Toys is one of those companies, and here are some images of products that will be on display, and are currently up for pre-order, but won’t hit stores until summer or fall. And be on the lookout for more DST reveals leading up to the show!

Bruce Lee Minimates Series 1 Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys release! Bruce Lee returns to the Minimates mini-figure line! One of the original Minimates licenses when the line first began, the acclaimed martial artist makes his 2-inch debut in this all-new box set! The many looks of Bruce Lee are on display here, as his Dojo, Clawed, Track Suit and Casual looks make up the four-pack. Each has interchangeable parts and accessories, and the set includes bonus accessories to create alternate looks. Designed by Barry Bradfield! (Item #FEB192441, SRP: $24.99)

Bruce Lee Minimates Series 1 Box Set
Bruce Lee Minimates Series 1 Box Set

DC Comic Gallery Batman PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! The guardian of Gotham City has arrived! This highly anticipated entry in the DC Gallery line depicts a modern comic-style Batman atop a Gotham City rooftop, his cape flaring out behind him. Measuring approximately 10 inches tall, this PVC diorama features detailed sculpting by Alterton based on a design by Caesar. Packaged in a full-color window box. (Item #FEB192439, SRP: $49.99)

DC Comic Gallery Batman PVC Diorama

DC Movie Gallery Shazam PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Shazam! Newly powered teenager Billy Batson transforms into the hero Shazam in this new PVC Diorama based on the upcoming feature film! With lightning arcing from his chest, this sculpture features the likeness of actor Zachary Levi, and features detailed sculpting and paint. Packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Caesar, sculpted by Rocco Tartamella! (Item #FEB192438, SRP: $49.99)

DC Movie Gallery Shazam PVC Diorama
DC Movie Gallery Shazam PVC Diorama
DC Movie Gallery Shazam PVC Diorama

DC Movie Vinimates Shazam Vinyl Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! What are your super powers? Billy Batson is ready to find out in the new Shazam movie, and this smiling Shazam vinyl figure is ready to join the DC Vinimates line! Standing approximately 4 inches tall, this vinyl figure is sculpted in the Minimates block-figure style, and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Barry Bradfield! (Item #FEB192440, SRP: $9.99)

DC Movie Vinimates Shazam Vinyl Figure
DC Movie Vinimates Shazam Vinyl Figure

Kingdom Hearts Minimates Series 3 Asst.

A Diamond Select Toys release! The Kingdom Hearts Minimates line moves into the all-new third game in this all-new assortment of 2-inch mini-figures! Three two-packs based on Kingdom Hearts III make up the assortment, featuring Toy Story Sora with Wreck it Ralph, Pirates of the Caribbean’s Captain Jack Sparrow with Pirate Donald, and Mickey Mouse with Maleficent! Each two-pack features fully interchangeable parts and accessories, and each comes packaged in a full-color blister card. Designed by Barry Bradfield! (Item #FEB192442, SRP: $9.99/ea.)

Kingdom Hearts Minimates Series 3 Asst.

Legends in 3D Comic Marvel Iron Man Half Scale Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Tony Stark is a legend in his own time, and now he’s a Legend in 3D! Iron Man joins the half-scale line of resin busts with this shiny portrait of the Avenger, measuring approximately 10 inches tall atop a technological base. Limited to just 1.000 pieces, this bust features detailed sculpting by Joe Menna based on a design by Joe Allard. Packaged in a hand-numbered box with a full-color image and a weblink to additional images. (Item #FEB192444, SRP: $150.00)

Legends in 3D Comic Marvel Iron Man Half Scale Resin Bust

Marvel Comic Gallery Dazzler PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Disco never dies! The mutant Dazzler has had a number of looks over the years, but her most famous look is still her disco outfit from 1980. In her silver jumpsuit, the pop starlet has a microphone in one hand and her trademark light effect emanating from the other. And who can forget her roller skates and disco ball necklace? Measuring approximately 9 inches tall, this PVC diorama was sculpted by Alejandro Pereira based on a design by Uriel Caton. Packaged in a full-color window box. (Item #FEB192445, SRP: $49.99)

Marvel Comic Gallery Dazzler PVC Diorama

Marvel Comic Premier Collection Mystique Resin Statue

A Diamond Select Toys release! The shapely shape-shifter revealed! A frequent X-Men foe and member of the Brotherhood and Freedom Force, Raven Darkholme joins the Marvel Premier Collection with this gorgeous statue, hand-sculpted by Clayburn Moore based on a design by Caesar! Standing approximately 11” tall, this detailed piece is limited to an edition of 3,000 pieces, and comes packaged in full color, hand-numbered box with a certificate of authenticity. (Item #FEB192446, SRP: $150.00)

Marvel Comic Premier Collection Mystique Resin Statue

Marvel Minimates Series 77 Spider-Man 2-Packs Asst.

A Diamond Select Toys release! The record-breaking 77th series of Marvel Minimates is here, and it’s dedicated to the friends and foes of the Spectacular Spider-Man! Four two-packs feature Black Costume Spider-Man with Kraven the Hunter, Miles Morales with Prowler, Mysterio with Hydro-Man, and Vulture with Molten Man. Plus, if you buy all four sets, you get the parts to build the Spider-Slayer! Each 2-inch Minimates mini-figure features fully interchangeable parts and accessories. Designed by Barry Bradfield! (Item #FEB192443, SRP: $9.99/ea.)

Marvel Minimates Series 77 Spider-Man 2-Packs Asst.

Marvel Movie Gallery Black Panther Okoye PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Her kingdom for a Starbucks! Okoye, leader of the Dora Milaje and protector of T’Challa, defends her homeland against incursion from the outside world – and other worlds entirely – with her impressive spear. Preparing to let loose with her chosen weapon, Okoye stands approximately 9 inches tall and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. Sculpted by Rocco Tartamella based on a design by Nelson. (Item #FEB192447, SRP: $49.99)

Marvel Movie Gallery Black Panther Okoye PVC Diorama
Marvel Movie Gallery Black Panther Okoye PVC Diorama
Marvel Movie Gallery Black Panther Okoye PVC Diorama

Marvel Video Game Deluxe Gallery Rhino PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Let the wild rampage begin! Classic Spider-Man villain The Rhino charges into the Marvel Gallery line, pushing over a pillar in his pursuit of the wall-crawler. Measuring approximately 10 inches tall, this Deluxe sculpture is based on his appearance in the new Spider-Man video game and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Caesar, sculpted by Cortes Studios. (Item #FEB192449, SRP: $69.99)

Marvel Video Game Deluxe Gallery Rhino PVC Diorama
Marvel Video Game Deluxe Gallery Rhino PVC Diorama
Marvel Video Game Deluxe Gallery Rhino PVC Diorama

Marvel Select Psylocke Action Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! You don’t have to be psychic to know that Marvel Select have been requesting a Psylocke action figure for a long time, and now DST has delivered! Joining the legion of X-Men Select figures, Psylocke measures approximately 7 inches tall and comes packaged in the display-ready Select packaging, with side-panel artwork for shelf reference. Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios! (Item #FEB192448, SRP: $29.99)

Marvel Select Psylocke Action Figure
Marvel Select Psylocke Action Figure

Marvel TV Gallery Netflix Defenders Iron Fist PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Face the power of the Iron Fist! Danny Rand unleashes his energy-packed punch on a New York City rooftop in this PVC diorama based on The Defenders on Netflix! Standing approximately 8 inches tall, this detailed sculpt features collectible-quality paint applications, and comes packaged in a full-color window box with an opening front panel. Sculpted by Rocco Tartamella based on a design by Nelson X. Asencio. Previously a GameStop exclusive. (Item #FEB192450, SRP: $50.00)

Marvel TV Gallery Netflix Defenders Iron Fist PVC Diorama

Review: Iron Fist: Phantom Limb

The digital first series is in print for the first time! Iron Fist: Phantom Limb has Danny reflecting on his inability to save a child and doubting his legitimacy as the Iron Fist while also having to deal with a demon who wants him for his chi!

Iron Fist: Phantom Limb is by Clay McLeod Chapman and Guillermo Sanna.

Get your copy in comic shops now and in book stores January 15th! To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon/comiXology/Kindle
TFAW

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Pharoah Miles’ Favorite TV Shows of 2018

Luke Cage Season 2

Luke Cage Season 2 – In what would be its “swan song”, the show comes into its own, telling a unique story, subverting a horrible stereotype, and giving the hero a transition, which fans were sorely cheated out of.

Iron Fist Season 2 – Just like Luke Cage, this series also found its way in its sophomore outing, fans can only speculate where the show would go with two Iron Fists

Timeless – Over its two seasons, the show has more than made fans worldwide, it has given the time travel genre, a few new twists

Daredevil Season 3

Daredevil Season 3 – Though the season started slow, it had a ton of revelations and pushed its titular hero to his limits, as fans got to enjoy the show at its zenith, before its cancellation

Sense8 Series Finale – In this show’s swan song, we get one last team-up that truly puts all other finales to shame, as this particular episode I watched three times just to catch all the things they put in it.

Krypton – Kudos goes out to SyFy for doing a prequel show right, despite one of their earlier attempts, Caprica, failing. They took those lessons learned and applied it to this show, where we get to meet Kal-El’s grandfather and a Back To The Future version of Adam Strange

Titans

Titans – In a fine fist season that will be ending soon, this series gives us a gritty yet fun version of the characters have grown to love and this shows properly ”adults” them up

Black Lightning – As the newest show to be part of the CW’s DC TV Universe, this show strikes the perfect balance between character development, superhero action and tackling relevant issues, even better than its counterparts in its freshman season

The Tick – As beloved the comic, the cartoon and the first live action version of the show are, this version more than sets itself apart, as this one finally gets the humor from the comic.

The Haunting Of Hill House – As a fan of Shirley Jackson, I could not wait for this show, as it more than delivered in spades, and happened to be scarier in places where I least expected it

Daredevil Season 3 with Senior National Security Correspondent Spencer Ackerman. Listen to the Podcast on Demand

Daredevil was “Born Again” in Season 3 of the Netflix series. From brown-washing the FBI to NY pizza history, questionable journalism to plot significant Abstract Art and Catholic Symbolism as far as your radar can sense. Who better to talk about it all than Pulitzer Award winner Spencer Ackerman, Senior National Security Correspondent for The Daily Beast (and lifelong New Yorker).

Stay till the end for Spencer’s shocking assessment of Iron Fist Season 2.  And a predictably high amount of art history lessons from your host Elana Levin.

Around the Tubes

It’s a new week! We’ve got lots on tap as we begin to ramp down this year (lots to do before that) and get ready for next! While you recover from the weekend, here’s some comic news and reviews from around the web in our morning roundup.

Inverse – How James Chen Was Almost Marvel’s First Asian Superhero – For those who don’t know the details.

DC Entertainment – Jeryl Prescott Joins Swamp Thing as Madame Xanadu – Oh snap, had no idea she’d be on the show!

 

Reviews

Comics Bulletin – The Amazing Spider-Man #8

Austin Chronicle – Berlin

Review: Iron Fist Epic Collection Vol. 1 The Fury of Iron Fist

Tuesday’s means new trades and graphic novels at book stores (already released in comic shops) and today we’re reviewing Iron Fist Epic Collection Vol. 1 The Fury of Iron Fist the best collection of classic Iron Fist comics to date!

This collection includes Marvel Premiere #15-25, Iron Fist #1-15, and Marvel Team-Up #63-64 from an amazing group of creators.

Get your copy in comic shops and book stores now. To find a comic shop near you, visit www.comicshoplocator.com or call 1-888-comicbook or digitally and online with the links below.

Amazon/Kindle/comiXology or TFAW

 

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TV Review: Iron Fist S2E10 A Duel of Iron

In the season finale, Iron Fists collide as the fate of New York City hangs in the balance.

Things conclude in a rather satisfying way with the second season of Iron Fist. Everyone faces off and it’s all wrapped up in a way that makes sense. And with all the fighting, the body count is low. The series, both seasons, feature Danny’s positive outlook at things and this season emphasizes that in a lot of ways. But, before we get to that, lets talk about the action.

There’s lots of martial arts, some gun play, and it’s all really good. There’s some questions as to Mary’s ability to shoot, but the fights everyone has are good with choreography that feels well thought out. None of it is groundbreaking but it feels grounded in its own way. There isn’t anything too flashy and that’s a good thing as it fits the general feel of the season.

The episode suffers a little in that it drags on a lot as all the various plotlines are explored and checked off. What’s the deal with Colleen and the coin? What’s the deal with the corpse of the Iron Fist? What about Mary and her personalities? There’s so much to unpack and dissect in this episode. It sets up what’s to come for so many characters. It also leaves so many open questions not giving us answers.

There’s a definite Lord of the Rings drag it on vibe about it, even with time jumps, but there’s some great bits that takes what was Marvel’s weakest series and turn it into one of its stronger ones. And that ending! Um… yes, explore some more history of the Iron Fist! Can’t wait for the next season or whatever may come.

Overall Rating: 8.0

TV Review: Iron Fist S2E9 War Without End

Facing a life-changing decision, Danny and Colleen debate their next move. Meanwhile, Davos’ contempt for mercy grows stronger.

Should Colleen be the next Iron Fist? Should Danny take it back? Since Danny lost his power, it seemed clear that Danny would gain his power back eventually but things are now up in the air as to whether he’ll get it back? The season took something that felt clear and put some doubt into it which, props to them, wasn’t exactly expected.

The episode also dives into the mystery of Colleen and the ledger. She learns some history about herself and this far into the season it seems a bit odd to have this plotline at all. With just one more episode to go, it all seems rather odd to have introduced any of what this episode reveals. There’s also a big question as to the point of it all other than adding some depth to Colleen’s character.

The episode is gathering forces for the good guys. Colleen is the one that seems to really be taking the lead in the last few episodes, the season as a whole. She’s the one that’s organizing and protecting her community it feels like with Danny being her weapon.

There’s some good fight scenes but this is an episode where the details stand out. There’s the detail of Joy surviving what happens to her, which is silly. But, both Colleen and Danny each have their moments. Colleen’s especially stands out for the choreography as well as what happens. Cars are dented, lots of them. It actually feels like damage is being done.

But, the greatest detail is in Danny and Davos’ fight and its ending. It proves Danny right in so many ways. Marvel’s Netflix shows have a habit of killing off the villains. Its become expected and honestly rather silly considering these heroes should be in jail for what they’ve done in some cases. But here, Danny’s optimism pays off as his plan works out. Will it in the end? We’ve got an episode to go but like Luke Cage’s second season, the end game of this season feels like it is paying off in a good way.

Overall Rating: 7.75

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