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|Doctor Who Dalek 8-Inch
Scale Action Figure
Is that a Genesis Dalek? Grounded in
the "Genesis of the Daleks" serial of
Doctor Who that marked the first
appearance of Davros, the creator of
these evil mutant cyborgs, this
extraordinary Dalek 8-Inch Scale Action
Figure stands approximately 7-inches
tall. With Bif Bang Pow!'s famed retro
styling that takes one back to the
bestselling figures from the 1970s and
1980s, it features rolling wheels, a head
that rotates 360 degrees.
Star Trek Original Series
The Entertainment Earth Exclusive Star
Trek Original Series Medical Tricorder
is a compulsory component of any
futuristic first-aid kit. Following the
runaway success of the classic-era
phaser and communicator, you can now
boldly go where no man has gone before
with this authentic tricorder replica!
Based on the 23rd-century design seen
in the original Star Trek television series,
the remarkably detailed electronic
instrument features silver highlights
over a black finish, plus light and sound
effects taken from the watershed TV
Born in 1940, Robyn Hilton entered acting late in life. She spent much of her early
20s attempting to start a professional modeling career. However, she soon realized
that her breasts were her best feature. She began posing topless under several
aliases, for several small fly-by-night publications, many of which went out of
business after just two or three issues. She also worked in many "nudie-cutie" films,
which exploited her impressively busty physique, and she spent almost all of her time
in front of the camera topless or completely nude.
Blazing Saddles (1974)(Warner Bros)
Sock It To Him, Luthor
Cover pencils by Ross Andru, inks by
Mike Esposito. Duel of the Crime
Kings! starring Superman and
Batman, script by Jim Shooter,
pencils by Curt Swan, inks by Mike
Esposito; Luthor and Joker use a
Chronal Displacer to call up great
villains of the past to join their gang
and trick Leonardo Da Vinci into
planning crimes for them. Dead
Silence!--Editors' Round Table: Gang
Busters, script by Dave Wood, art by
Nick Cardy. 36 pgs. Cover price
World's Finest (1941) #177
The Always Amazing Spider-Man
With the death of Peter Parker in issue #700
the value of the run of Marvel's Amazing
Spider-Man has continued to rise and
collectors have begun buying up back issues.
But let's put on the brakes here for a moment.
Did Peter Parker die in 2013 or way back in
1975? In issue #149 Spider-Man fought an
exact clone of himself and during the climax of
that issue the alleged clone bit the big one. Or
did he? Did the real Spider-Man survive or
did the duplicate?
Comic Book Collectors Report
The Legion of Super-Villains
Having earned the right to do repair work in prison,
Lex Luthor secretly steals components to build a
device that allows him to send messages into the future.
Having heard of Superman's previous exploits with the
Legion of Super-Heroes in his youth, Luthor deduces
that if there is a Legion of Super-Heroes, there must be
a Legion of Super-Villains which he could contact to
help him break out of prison. Lex's plan works and
devices from the future to help break him out of jail are
sent from the future, Luthor breaks out and is soon met
with the 21st Centuries Legion of Super-Villains:
Superman (1939 1st Series) #147
Wonder Woman Don't Need No Stunt Woman!
In the episode "Anschluss 77" (episode 2.2) the script called for Wonder Woman to grab on to a bar under a helicopter and hold on to
it as the helicopter lifted 50 feet into the air. Actress Lynda Carter's stunt double shot the scene but as the camera was so close to the
stand-in it became obvious that it wasn't Lynda. As the production crew was beginning to lose their lighting, Lynda felt she could
perform the stunt on her own and told her stunt double to let her go instead. She filmed the scene herself, which angered the unaware
producers of the series as Carter not only didn't inform anyone ahead of time, but did not use protective wrist guards what could have
held her to the helicopter should she not have the strength to hold on.
Wonder Woman (1976 - 1979)(ABC / CBS)
Caught In A Web Of Beauty
Spider-Woman (Jessica Drew) is a fictional character, a superheroine
in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character first
appeared in Marvel Spotlight #32 (cover-dated February1977.)
Jessica Miriam Drew was born in London, England. At a young age,
her family moved to a lab built by her father and Herbert Wyndham
near Mount Wundagore in Transia, where she became gravely ill
from months of uranium exposure. To save her life, her father injected
her with an experimental serum based on irradiated spiders'
blood. Because the serum required a month's incubation, Wyndham
placed her in a genetic accelerator. Shortly after, her mother died
and her father left for the U.S.A., leaving Wyndham to care for her.
While in the accelerator, she aged at a decelerated rate. When she
was finally released, decades later, Drew was only 17 years old.
Based on an illustration by Japanese illustrator Shunya Yamashita,
Spider-Woman looks better than ever in her iconic outfit. Crouched at
the ready, her hair flowing in the breeze, the beautifully sculpted
Spider-Woman is prepared to leap into action at a moment's notice.
Display either masked or unmasked with the included optional face.
The 1:7 scale plastic Spider-Woman Bishoujo Statue stands
approximately slightly over 5-inches tall atop her display base.
Marvel Spider-Woman Bishoujo Statue
The Tentacles and the Trap!
Believing that Spider-Man is dead, Dr. Octopus decides to lay
low for a while. Coincidentally enough, he ends up taking up
residence at May Parker's home in the room she put up for rent.
Setting up shop there, Octopus gets in touch with his men and
gets them to organize once more. While at Peter's apartment he
shares with Harry Osborn, tensions between Peter and Harry
increase. After a quick trip to sell pictures of Dr. Octopus to
Jameson, Peter visits Mary Jane and Gwen Stacy where both
compete for a date with Parker, when Peter remembers he
should check on his Aunt May to make sure everything is okay
with the new boarder. When he arrives at his old home, he is
shocked to find the boarder in question is his long time foe.
Peter tries to warn Aunt May about how dangerous Octopus is,
however Aunt May won't hear it, and when left alone with
Octavius, the doctor warns Peter that his aunts life depends on
him keeping his mouth shut. Of course, Octopus doesn't know
that Parker is his old foe, and when Spider-Man arrives later
that night to battle him, Octopus is shocked to see that his
enemy survived their last battle.
Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) #54
Did you expect the Green Goblin to let
Marvel Select gives its take on one of the Marvel Universe's
most popular villains. Spider-Man's longtime nemesis, Norman
Osborne has never looked more menacing, wearing a detailed,
modernized sculpt of the classic Green Goblin costume.
Equipped with Marvel Select's standard 16 points of articulation,
this 7-inch scale action figure can perch on top of his included
base... a perfectly balanced Goblin Glider wrapped in smoke!
The Green Goblin comes in oversized collector packaging, ready
for display. Ages 8 and up.
Spider-Man Green Goblin Marvel Select
The Deadly Dreams of Doctor Destiny!
Members of the Justice League have been having strange dreams:
Batman and Hawkman both dream of the Joker and Chac fighting
in the Amazon. When the two heroes try to stop their foes,
Batman is suddenly stuck with a ring which gives him super
speed, and Hawkman a pair of gloves that make him only able to
fly with his hands. However, in spite of these handicaps, they
manage to defeat their foes. Superman dreams of fighting a giant
centurion warrior that breaks out of an ancient casket. During the
fight however he's stuck with a pair of glasses which makes him
immune to Kryptonite but vulnerable to fire and unable to effect
anything yellow. In spite of this set back, Superman defeats his
dream foe. While in yet another dream, Wonder Woman and
Atom work together to fight a giant shell terrorizing the ocean.
During the fight Atom is stuck with an antenni that forces him to
see things in X-Ray vision, and Wonder Woman a mask which
broadcasts what she is about to do. They also manage to defeat
their dream foe.
Justice League of America (1960 1st Series)
Dolts! Such insolence will not go unpunished!
Toy Biz and Diamond Select present one of the Marvel
Universe's most famous - and infamous - villains: Doctor Victor
Von Doom! Standing 7-inches tall, Dr. Doom is scaled in
proportion to the rest of the Marvel Select line. Sculpted by Sam
Greenwell, this all-new release features 14 points of articulation
and comes with a goblet with attached variant hand, pistol, and a
detailed throne base with banners.
Fantastic Four Marvel Select Dr. Doom Action
The Green Goblin Strikes!
Continued from last issue... The Green Goblin attacks a truck
shipment, stealing a strange canister before departing. Meanwhile,
Peter has web-slinged to the hospital where Mary Jane is being
treated following the explosion at his old apartment. There he
finds that Joe, Flash, Liz, Aunt May and even J. Jonah Jameson
are at the hospital visiting Mary Jane. When news of the Green
Goblin's recent attack reach the airwaves, Peter leaves the
hospital but not before he gives Jameson the cold shoulder when
Jonah tries to talk Peter out of quitting at the Bugle.
Spider-Man arrives at the scene of the truck robbery and learns
that that a radioactive material was stolen. Deciding to check out
Norman Osborn's old home, Spider-Man finds the Green Goblin
there. After a brief battle, the Goblin shows Spider-Man his
monitors showing that he had kidnapped Flash, Mary Jane and
Aunt May. He then tells Spider-Man that the canister he stole had
been rigged to be a thermonuclear device and tells him that he has
only six minutes to travel to the right part of the city (as the trio
are spread out) and disarm it. Spider-Man knocks out the Goblin
and races off to rescue his friends, when he realizes that he's out
of webbing and has time only to check one person.
Amazing Spider-Man (1963 1st Series) #137
Once more a frantic pilot radios in a report on a UFO. A bird. A bird as big as a Battleship!
Mitch MacAfee (Jeff Morrow), while engaged in a radar test flight, spots an unidentified flying object. Jets are scrambled to pursue
and identify the object but one goes missing. Officials are initially angry at MacAfee but are forced to take his story seriously after
several other planes disappear. A gigantic bird, purported to come from an antimatter galaxy, is responsible for all the incidents.
Mitch, along with his mathematician girlfriend Sally Caldwell (Mara Corday), Dr. Karol Noymann (Edgar Barrier), and generals
Considine (Morris Ankrum) and Van Buskirk (Robert Shane), works feverishly to develop a way to defeat the seemingly invincible
enemy. The climactic showdown takes place in New York City, with the bird attacking both the Empire State and United Nations
The Giant Claw (1957)(Columbia Pictures)
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