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Preview: Chaos never looked so cute in Lenore: Pink Bellies!

LENORE: PINK BELLIES

STORY BY: Roman Dirge
ART BY:Roman Dirge
COVER BY: Roman Dirge
PUBLISHER: Titan Comics
PAGECOUNT: 128
ISBN: 9781782761310
COVER PRICE: $17.99/ $21.95 CAN
RELEASE DATE: Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Chaos never looked so cute in the form of our favourite little dead girl!

All four parts of the ‘Who Will Die’ storyline are collected together for the first time in this, the sixth Lenore collection.

In a storyline that has been building for over a year, Roman Dirge, the so-called ‘Arch-Deacon of the Macabre’ has been slowly ratcheting up the tension and silliness in a story arc that will see one of his most beloved characters pushing up the daisies — FOR GOOD, we kid you not..!

NO, seriously. This isn’t one of those dead for a year kind of deals other publishers do – this is the real deal. DEFO dead! Deader than a door nail kind of dead. The sort of dead that leaves the reader gasping in stunned amazement at the sheer audacity of the thing. Seriously, as god is my witness someone’s dying or my name isn’t Ferdinand Marco De Boing Boing III.
It’s going to change the way we see dead people in comic books for all time!

Contains Lenore comic issues #8-11

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Preview: Lenore #11

LENORE #11

STORY BY: Roman Dirge
ART BY: Roman Dirge
COVER BY: Roman Dirge
PUBLISHER: Titan Comics
PAGECOUNT: 36pp
COVER PRICE: $3.99
RELEASE DATE: Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Someone’s going to die…

After four issues it’s time for a death in the family.

And we’re not talking about a case of mild death – you know, when a character comes back after a year or so, no longer dead. We’re talking dead-dead. Dead as a doornail dead, the pushing up daisies kind of dead. And Roman swears blind it’s sticking, “no one’s curing this dose of the deads,” said he, if we’d asked him and he’d said that in response.

But who will it be..?

Will it be Lenore, the titular star of the comic, or maybe Ragamuffin, her stalwart and loyal companion? Perhaps Death will come a knocking on the door of Pooty, the trident armed, bucket-headed demon from Heck, or maybe it’ll be the sinister, eons-old serial killer, Mr. Taxidermy – the self appointed protector of Lenore and children everywhere?

Or perhaps it’s that new, good-looking crewmember dressed in the red shirt.
There’s only one way to find out…

Lenore #11 hits comic stores on October 29, 2014

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Preview: Lenore #9

Lenore #9

Writer/Artist: Roman Dirge
36pp
Titan Comics
$3.99
1/15/2014

Taxidermy is missing and Lenore has an important question for him, so she forces Pooty and Ragamuffin to join her in a mighty quest, dressed as fantasy heroes, to rescue their lost friend from the evil clutches of something that is clutch-y. What obstacles will be thrown in the path of our brave and noble warriors? Honestly, no idea yet. Seriously, I just thought of this like 2 minutes ago while watching TV. It’ll be epic-y though. EPIC-Y!

This is the last issue before the big battle happens that destroys the town of Nevermore and forever costs one of the main characters their lives. It’s all been leading up to this. Well, not THIS, this. Next issue is the THIS, this. THIS is confusing. Whatevs…Lenore and gang do a fantasy quest. Funny happens. *Drops mic*

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New Diamond Select Products in the September 2013 Previews!

Check out what’s coming up from Diamond Select Toys!

MARVEL

Marvel Minimates Series 54 Captain America Asst.

The new Captain America movie is on the way, but we couldn’t wait to pay tribute to the First Avenger with his own dedicated assortment of Minimates! Series 54 includes four different two-packs, including Fighting Chance Captain America and Robot Red Skull, The Winter Soldier and The Falcon, Baron Strucker and a Hydra Elite, and a short-packed variant set with a Hydra Elite and Madame Hydra! Each Minimate stands 2 inches tall and includes a variety of interchangeable parts and accessories. Designed and Sculpted by Art Asylum!
SRP $9.99/two-pack

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Marvel Thor’s Hammer Silicone Tray

Feel like a frost giant with the latest Marvel-themed silicone rubber tray from DST! You can fill the Mjolnir-shaped openings with a variety of substances to make little hammers made out of ice, gelatin, or even chocolate! Turn any party into an Asgardian feast with the perfect gift for any Thor fan!
SRP: $15.00

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Marvel Deadpool Metal Bottle Opener

Need to wash down your tacos with a tasty beverage? Then why not open that bottle with the most bad-ass bottle opener around? The Merc with a Mouth is now a solid metal opener, measuring just under 4 inches tall with a polished chrome finish. Magnets on the back keep him hanging around on your refrigerator, taco truck or unmarked van. Comes packaged in a collector case with full-color slipcover.
SRP: $18.00

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Marvel Select Classic Thor Action Figure

From the halls of Asgard and the pages of some of the greatest comic books ever written steps the mighty Thor! The hammer-wielding Avenger has returned to the Marvel Select line in his classic incarnation, as a fully articulated 7-inch action figure with 16 points of articulation! This Thor figure includes his hammer Mjolnir as well as an asteroid display base, all in the stylish Select packaging. Sculpted by Gabriel Marquez!
SRP: $24.99

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STAR TREK

Star Trek TOS The Cage Enterprise Minimates Vehicle

The voyage continues! From DST and Art Asylum, it’s a new version of the Minimates-style U.S.S. Enterprise, this time based on the legendary pilot episode, “The Cage”! With new paint and sculptural details and an exclusive figure of Captain Pike, the ship measures 10 inches long and features an opening cockpit and a hidden Jeffries tube in the engineering section. Includes adjustable display stand! Designed and Sculpted by Art Asylum!
SRP: $29.99

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Star Trek Klingon Bird of Prey Bounty Ship

From the year 1986, comes the newest electronic starship from DST! This Klingon Bird of Prey was captured by the crew of the destroyed Enterprise, renamed “Bounty,” and used to go back in time to find humpback whales in “Star Trek IV: THe Voyage Home.” Now it’s back in the future to join your collection! Measuring 19 inches wide by 12 inches long, this new edition of the Bird of Prey includes exclusive sounds, dialogue and a set of landing gear with “Bounty” written on it! Comes with a display stand! Designed and Sculpted by Art Asylum!
SRP: $70.00

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VIEW ASKEW

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back Minimates Two-Pack

Snootchie bootchies! Jay and Silent Bob have been in movies, comic books and cartoons, but you’ve never seen them like this! This new two-pack of full-color Minimates mini-figures depicts the dynamic duo as they appear in Kevin Smith’s feature film “Jay and Silent Bob Strike Back.” Each Minimate stands 2 inches tall and includes a variety of interchangeable parts and accessories. Designed and Sculpted by Art Asylum!
SRP: $9.99

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LOST IN SPACE

Lost in Space Minimates Robot and Dr. Smith Two-Pack

From the furthest reaches of space come the coolest Minimates of all! Based on the classic sci-fi TV show Lost in Space, these two-inch mini-figures of the famous Robot B-9 and fan-favorite stowaway Dr. Zachary Smith feature a variety of interchangeable parts and accessories, including a laser pistol and three interchangeable Dr. Smith heads! Designed and Sculpted by Art Asylum!
SRP: $9.99

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DAWN

Dawn Comic 3-D Sculpted Holiday Ornament

Are you regularly entranced by the breathtaking artwork of Joseph Michael Linsner? Then why not hang it where you can see it every day? This three-dimensional 7″ sculpted ornament depicts Linsner’s heroine, the red-headed warrior goddess Dawn, with an all-new paint scheme, and includes a display base so it can be hung anywhere you want to get a pick-me-up. Not just for holidays, share the love year-round! Sculpted by Gabriel Marquez!
Ornament SRP: $29.99

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LENORE

Lenore PVC Figurine Set

The Cute Little Dead Girl just got littler and cuter! This all-new box set of PVC figurines includes Lenore and three friends from her long-running comic book series: Mr. Gosh, Ragamuffin and Pooty. Figurines range from 2 to 4 inches tall, and come packaged in a full-color window box. Dead has never been so cute!
SRP: $29.99

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Review: A1 #3, Chronos Commandos: Dawn Patrol #2, Lenore #8, Tomorrrowland #1, Numbercruncher #1

A1 #3

A1_03_CoverB_Back_webFrankenstein’s Monster is in the Weir and the angry mob greeting him with pitchforks and flaming torches are Mice, Weasels and Rabbits.

From World War 2 to Iraq, you’ll always find Blazing Glory in the thick of it. But after 60 years of combat he’s starting to question what he’s doing and why.

An extremely out-of-shape video game freak assembles his own army of gamers and plans a hit on a well-loved politician.
The reason? Said politician made a really disparaging comment on the nutfreak’s favorite game. Carpediem vs an army of vengeful nerds!

That’s the three stories you’ll find in Titan Comics‘ amazing anthology. Each is totally different in style and story, but they’re all amazingly good. There really is something for everyone, and that something is quality. The three stories, Carpediem, Odyssey, and Weirding Willows are each entertaining in their own way. All are familiar, with similar stories out there, but each have a spin and look that make them stand out from the rest.

Carpediem is the most original of the bunch following a team of super-agents, each named after a day of the week and each with their own “theme” and ability. There’s some great continuing jokes through the series that gets me to laugh with each issue. It’s just mad fun to read.

Odyssey might look like a certain character from another certain company, but it’s standing on its own with a beautiful style and action that keeps you entertained.

Weirding Willows is a mash-up comic taking characters from literary past. You’ll recognize the characters in a whole new way and so far the comic really stands out from all of the other similar comics out there with it’s focus, pacing and amazing art.

Titan Comics is making a case with each issue that A1 could be “the” anthology comic of the year. It’s that damn good.

Story: Dave Elliot, W.H. Rauf Art: Barnaby Bagenda, Sami Basri, Sakti Yuwono, Jessica Kholinne, Garrie Gastony, Rhoald Marcelius
Story: 8.5 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy

Chronos Commandos: Dawn Patrol #2

Chron_Comm_02cover_webNazi saboteurs have overrun Chronos Command, and made off with a Chronosphere core – a priceless piece of Allied technology that could change the course of the Time War!

Can the Sarge, his crack squad depleted after the white-knuckle events of #1, mount a daring recovery mission into the past with a unit of rookies? You’d better hope so — because all of history rides on the outcome!

First, lets talk about the art from Stuart Jennett who pulls double duty as the writer. The painted art is jaw dropping and so cool looking. There’s only a few artists who can pull this off and Jennett is up there with a style that makes each character unique and stand out, something some artists of this style have issues with. The art alone makes it a “buy.”

Next is the story which continues the pulpy B-movie fun involving time travel, dinosaurs and Nazis. That combination, how can it not be enjoyable? But, like the first issue, the characters are cookie-cutter and fill their role as the adventure moves along. You have the grizzled leader, the scientist who isn’t a soldier, and the red-shirts that you know will die at some point. They all have their role and fill it well.

The comic is just a lot of fun, it feels like a pulp movie. Rarely does a comic deliver exactly what you expect and does so with as much fun. We’re two issues in and I still think this is one of the most fun comics of the summer.

Story: Stuart Jennett Art: Stuart Jennett
Story: 8.5 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.5 Recommendation: Buy

It Came! #1

IT CAME! CoverWitness a very British invasion!

Fans of Mystery Science Theater 3000 will love this hilarious B-movie romp, a knowing throwback to the heyday of low-budget SF cinema – in comic book form!

An enormous alien robot lays waste to the English countryside, annihilating bunting, villages and diagonally-sliced sandwiches alike! Only the pipe-chomping space scientist Dr. Boy Brett and his assistant Doris Night (a lady) stand a chance of stopping it from marching all the way to London – but can they possibly escape the grasp of GRURK and get the might of the British Army on their side?!

Keep your upper lips stiff, your ties immaculately knotted, and your notions of gender equality dialled back sixty years – for the sake of the planet!

It Came! feels like a lost classic movie, in this case from Pinetree Studios, filled with advertisements that draw you further into the time this might have come out.

Writer and artist Dan Boultwood continues Titan Comics’ dominance of the B-movie done in comic form with a story that not only feels like a B-movie plot wise, but also pulls from the sexism and misogyny of that time. You’re sucked in and at no point is Boultwood breaking character to update the tale.

Comics are supposed to be fun and Boultwood clearly understands that. This is a great debut and another example why Titan Comics is a publisher to keep an eye on.

Story: Dan Boultwood Art: Dan Boultwood
Story: 8.25 Art: 8.5 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy

Lenore #8

Lenore#8-coveraWhen a film crew from the “Ghosty Toasty” TV show: “Where we toast that ghost!” turns up at Lenore’s mansion in search of ‘ghosts and ghouls’… they get more than they bargained for, much, much more!

Issue #8 of Lenore marks the beginning of the end for one of Lenore’s main characters; with the start of a four-issue story-arc that will culminate in a fight-to-the-death between two of the comic’s most beloved characters. But who will stand victorious – and who will die, never to live again..?

Each of the four issues will also reveal the shocking truth behind the mask of Taxidermy (perhaps Lenore’s most mysterious and sinister character) and reveal his incredible history, which started back in the days of ancient Egypt!

It’s been a long time since I picked up an issue of Lenore, but even after all these years, creator Roman Dirge has continued the cute and twisted series in exactly the same messed up way I remember. The comic is hilarious, to the point I was laughing out loud numerous times and had people staring at me trying to figure out what I was reading and why it was so funny.

The cute beginning, the skewering of the “ghost hunting” shows that’s on television, and all in a package that moves along Lenore’s story. It all works together in a fun and twisted way.

I got to the end and felt like it’s been too long since I picked up a copy of Lenore. I’ve clearly been depriving myself and need to go back and find out what I’ve been missing all these years.

Story: Roman Dirge Art: Roman Dirge
Story 8 Art: 8 Overall: 8 Recommendation: Buy

Tomorrrowland #1

TomorrowLand (Atomeka)From the Eisner award-winning writer of Spider-ManWolverine: OriginThe Inhumans and The Darkness comes a music-led adventure like no other!

Meet Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike, two young DJs – and the public faces of the world-renowned Tomorrowland festival – as they are drawn into an impossible adventure to save the vital spark of creativity!

Over the course of this retina-blasting fantasy adventure, the pair find themselves sucked into an eternal war between two worlds, a battle waged between the forces of creation and destruction for the energy we all carry inside us. It’s a war we’re rapidly losing, but can two DJs turn the tide over the course of just one festival?

I went into this comic with no idea what to expect. I’ve seen the build up and the previews and other than it taking place at some music festival, I was in the dark. The comic is best described as a modern fantasy with music acting as magic and full of the types of characters and monsters you’d expect in that type of story.

The characters are interesting too, I’m still not quite sure if I’m totally bought in and like the two protagonists. I’m not bought in that I’m cheering for them right now. Something just doesn’t sit right yet. Maybe it’s because I’m long disconnected from the type of world and environment they live in?

The art though is fantastic, with a great look and feel about it, that’s a major draw to the comic. The look is amazing.

The first issue was enough for me to come back for the second. It’s interesting and unique enough to stand out. We’ll see though what the second issue has in store and if that’ll keep my interest and enjoyment more than just something pretty to look at.

Story: Paul Jenkins Art: Stellar Labs
Story: 7.75 Art: 8.5 Overall: 7.75 Recommendation: Buy

Numbercruncher #1

Numbercruncher_#1_FinalCoverLayout_lowNumbercruncher is an  off-the-wall romance mixing time-travel, life-after-death and coal-black comedy is by Si Spurrier and  P.J. Holden.

Utterly unusual, vaguely insane, and unexpectedly heart-warming, Numbercruncher follows a brilliant mathematician who dies young, enters the afterlife and discovers a way to cheat the terrifying Divine Calculator. He schemes to be endlessly reincarnated within the lifespan of the woman he loves, no matter how often the violent bailiffs of the Karmic Accountancy cut short each life. It falls to one such bailiff – the surly Bastard Zane – to put a stop to the time-twisting romance once and for all, before the Mathematician can pull-off his greatest trick and escape Existential Justice forever!

Numbercruncher was originally serialized in black & white in Judge Dredd Megazine in the UK. The series is now being newly colored and expanded for the first time by Titan Comics. And that coloring is something that stands out to me, because it’s not the entire comic, instead just specific panels and parts. It’s a look that’s very cool and really catches the eye.

Overall the story is highly entertaining with a concept I haven’t quite seen before. The concept is an interesting one with a new spin in life after death and a main character in Bastard Zane who you can’t quite cheer for. But, at the same time, he’s entertaining, hell the whole world is really entertaining.

The fact that this comic is a reprint doesn’t phase me at all, it’s all new material in my eyes. And it’s material that I find engrossing and creative. I want to see what comes next and where this all goes. If you’ve never read the series before, absolutely check this one out. Another example why Titan Comics is a titan in the industry.

Story: Si Spurrier Art: PJ Holden
Story: 8.25 Art: 8.25 Overall: 8.25 Recommendation: Buy

Titan Comics provided Graphic Policy with FREE copies for review

Preview: Lenore #8

Lenore #8

Writer/Artist: Roman Dirge
Issue Number: 8
Page Count: 36pp
Publisher: Titan Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: July 31st, 2013

Lenore #8 comes with two collectable covers drawn by Dirge! 

When a film crew from the “Ghosty Toasty” TV show: “Where we toast that ghost!” turns up at Lenore’s mansion in search of ‘ghosts and ghouls’… they get more than they bargained for, much, much more!

Issue #8 of Lenore marks the beginning of the end for one of Lenore’s main characters; with the start of a four-issue story-arc that will culminate in a fight-to-the-death between two of the comic’s most beloved characters. But who will stand victorious – and who will die, never to live again..?

Each of the four issues will also reveal the shocking truth behind the mask of Taxidermy (perhaps Lenore’s most mysterious and sinister character) and reveal his incredible history, which started back in the days of ancient Egypt!

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Lenore’s Roman Dirge Can Use Our Help

Roman Dirge, creator and illustrator of the Lenore comic book series, and his girlfriend Amber were injured in a hit-and-run accident in Hollywood, CA, on February 26, 2013. One of Dirge’s legs was severely damaged, but he is said to be in good spirits despite facing a long recovery.

Dirge’s friends and family have set up a fund to help him with his medical bills as they will be exceedingly large. They’re not just asking for a contribution, but also help spreading the word.

If you are a fan of Roman’s work and would like to wish him all the best by making a contribution- please visit Give Forward at http://www.giveforward.com/pleasehelpromancoverhismedicalexpenses

As a long time collaborator with Roman on his many exceptional projects, Titan Entertainment Group has said they “wish to offer him good health and a speedy recovery.”

Roman Dirge released the following:

I’m a self employed artist and I do not have insurance. The bills will start arriving next week, which I assume will add up to the cost of a small private island. One of my good friends set up a donation page to help with this. Believe me, anything helps. I’ve been blown away by the outpouring of support from friends, fans and family. I thank everyone, from the bottom of my jerky-like heart, and I’m just so thankful of everything.

New This Week from Diamond Select Toys: Marvel, Star Trek, Star Wars and Lenore!

It’s a big week for Diamond Select Toys! Comic shops and specialty stores will get in a variety of new products this Wednesday, including the latest Marvel Select, Marvel Minimates and Star Trek electronic starship releases! It’s the best of all worlds! Check out the full list below!

Star Trek Electronic Enterprise B

The long wait is over! The Enterprise B is finally ready to leave drydock! One of the most fan-requested Star Trek ships, the Excelsior-class starship is finally on its way as an electronic ship replica from Diamond Select! Packaged in a “Try Me” window box so customers can test its movie-accurate lights and sounds, the Enterprise B measures 16 inches long and comes with a display stand. SRP: $60.00

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Marvel Select Rhino Action Figure

The Hulk. The Thing. The Abomination. The Juggernaut. DST’s oversized Marvel Select action figures have been dazzling collectors for years, and now they’re ready to do it again… with the Rhino! The leather-skinned Spider-Man foe stands over 8 inches tall with 16 points of articulation, and is ready to tear through your Marvel toy collection like tissue paper. Comes ready to display in oversized collector packaging. Designed and sculpted by Gentle Giant! SRP: $21.99

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Lenore 7″ PVC Statue

The cute little dead girl has risen from the grave! Celebrating her 20th anniversary, Lenore was created by artist Roman Dirge back in 1992, and has gone on to star in a long-running (and recently revived) comic book and even an animated series! DST is celebrating the occasion with a PVC statue of the ghoulish urchin. Figure stands 7 inches tall and comes in a window box. Sculpted by Joe Menna!  SRP: $45.00

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Best of Marvel Minimates Series 2

The best Marvel Minimates DST has ever made are back for a second series! This time, eight more of Marvel’s most famous heroes and villains get the ultimate Minimate treatment: Mr. Fantastic & Dr. Doom, Daredevil & Venom, Punisher & Deadpool and Hulk & Loki! They’re the best versions of Marvel’s best characters, and they’re only available at specialty stores! Each Minimate stands 2 inches tall with 14 points of articulation and a variety of interchangeable parts and accessories. SRP: $9.99

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Clone Wars Anakin Skywalker Vinyl Bust Bank

The hit DST bank line continues with our first ever Clone Wars-themed bank release! Anakin Skywalker is the star of the Clone Wars animated series, and now this galactic hero makes his bank debut! Measuring 8 inches tall, this vinyl bust of Anakin features styling from the hit Cartoon Network show, and includes a slot on his back for inserting your loose change. Sure to be our most popular Star Wars bank yet! Sculpted by Oluf Hartvigson! SRP: $19.99

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Marvel Minimates Series 48: Fantastic Four

Diamond Select celebrates the return of Johnny Storm to the Marvel U. with this series of Minimates depicting the Fantastic Four! The assortment includes Flame-On Johnny Storm and Blastaar, Mr. Fantastic and the Puppet Master, the Invisible Woman and Moloid, and a rare variant set featuring the Puppet Master’s stepdaughter Alicia Masters and Moloid! Each Minimate stands 2 inches tall with 14 points of articulation and a variety of removable and interchangeable parts and accessories. The figures in this assortment will only be available in comic shops and specialty stores, so don’t miss out! SRP: $8.99/two-pack.

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Star Wars Boba Fett Neon Sign

The newest neon sign from Diamond Select is from the Star Wars galaxy, and depicts the famed bounty hunter Boba Fett! Measuring 11.5 inches tall, this light-up portrait of the Mandalorian manhunter comes with a base that allows for wall mounting or upright tabletop display, which makes it perfect for your desk or your basement cantina! SRP: $125.00

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Star Trek Communicator and Tricorder Set

Get ready to join the away team! Whether your next mission is to explore Ceti Alpha V or attend your local sci-fi convention, you’ll be ready to report back your findings with this set of detailed role-play items based on the original Star Trek TV series. The classic communicator and science tricorder both feature authentic lights and sounds, and are the crowning touches to any Starfleet uniform. Sold in a window box with try-me packaging. SRP: $75.00

Lenore, the Cute Little Dead Girl Statue, is On Her Way! (Everybody Hide!)

Don’t let her cuteness fool you — Lenore is not to be trifled with. Nor is she to be talked down to, lied to, threatened, annoyed, spoken to or looked at. Any one of those things is punishable by Lenore removing your kneecaps.  Which is why we’re content to observe Lenore from behind the sturdy plastic window of her packaging. This 7-inch PVC statue of the undead cult-favorite comic book character is due out later this month, and you can see the boxed production piece below!

Pre-order the statue at your local comic shop or favorite online toy store, and be on the lookout for the Lenore Vinyl Bust Bank in early 2013!

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