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It begins slowly with Earth’s heroes going about their daily
tasks –fighting a giant robot controlled by a mad scientist’s brain ,
attackers both human and
mystical -even alien high priests of some mysterious cult and their
zombie followers and, of course, a ghost and a young genius lost in
But there is a huge alien Mother-ship near the Moon and strange orange
spheres chase some of Earth’s heroes who vanish into thin air –are they
Then black, impenetrable domes cover cities world-wide.
Alien invasion of Earth!
A war between the Dark Old Gods and the pantheons that followed!
Warriors from Earth’s past having to battle each day and whether they
die or not they are back the next day!
And no one suspects the driving force behind the events that could
cause destruction and chaos throughout the multiverse —assaulted on all
fronts can Earth’s defenders succeed or will they fail...is this truly
THANK YOU! CBO has now had over 2 Million views and the numbers are climbing. Along with Google+ and others it means CBO posts have been viewed some 6 million times in the last four years. I wiwish I could see those two million viewers but what the heck.
Quick up-date. The micro Ant Man figure is being sold on Ebay for between $19-45. The other figures are taken from the packs and going for $65-100 and the case as shown below for $110-130. THAT is 'fan' greed.
Firstly, Hasbro is releasing these anyway. Their greed and disdain for figure buyers as anything other than piggy banks to exploit for their "bucket" (of cash) items was proven at the San Diego Comic Con -and I hope you watched THAT video?
Oh, here are "your" choices":
Pick between Darkhawk, Angela, Symbiote Spider-Man and Mysterio!
The fans at San Diego Comic-Con have spoken.
Sixteen Marvel Heroes were up to become the new Marvel Legends figure,
but now only four remain! The champions are Darkhawk, Angela, Symbiote
Spider-Man and Mysterio and now it is up to you to vote for your
favorite and choose who becomes Hasbro’s next Marvel Legend!
The decision is in your hands. And to sweeten
the deal, you could win a Hasbro SDCC 2015 Exclusive Ant-Man Figure Set
signed by Stan Lee!
Yes, they took huge trailer trucks full of free figures for SDCC and had so many even that event was not big enough to throw them all away. Seriously, That is how 'exclusive' they were. I do see these freebies on Ebay with asking prices of anywhere from $25-$90.00. Greed is contagious.
Scale is mostly irrelevant when it comes to the size-shifting superhero,
this set’s Hank Pym figure is in the 3.75″ Marvel Infinite scale and
features swappable heads with and without the Ant-Man helmet. On the
larger side of things, there’s both a 6″ Goliath and a 12″ Giant Man
(the latter wearing the more recent comic book version of the costume)
while, in a smaller scale, there’s both 1.5″ Scott Lang Ant-Man and a
tiny 1″ version of the original Hank Pym Ant-Man costume. The 1.5" version is the one the money is being asked for NOT the larger figures.
might remember that Cisco commented on the Flash’s emblem in a key
scene in Season One, so maybe it’s not so surprising to see it updated
here. Of course, before there are any costume changes, Barry will first
have to find a way out of the interdimensional vortex he created in the
Season One finale. To see how he does that, we’ll have to wait until The Flash returns to The CW on Tuesday, October 6th at 8 p.m. (7 p.m. CST).
in case you missed it, Grant Gustin’s Flash isn’t the only #DCTV super
hero sporting a new look next season. During San Diego Comic-Con, we
were given our first look at Stephen Amell’s new Arrow costume as well.
In case you have not seen that...please, do NOT become overwhelmed, here it is: