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where does he get those wonderful toys

where does he get those wonderful toys

Open Thread: Arrow – Deathstroke

They call him Deathstroke now. Deathstroke is cool.

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If Iron Man Was A Monster High Doll. And Also A Woman.

The proportions on this Monster High version of Iron Man are obviously a bit drastic, but then, so are all Monster High dolls. Chris Hooton (aka Sabretooth) modified a standard retail release to create this Monster High Avenger he dubbed “Iron Girl.” Something tells me, if Marvel actually made a merchandising deal with Mattel, these would sell like hot cakes. But for now, click ahead to find out how much this one sold for on Ebay.

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Open Thread: Arrow – Birds of Prey

Birds of Prey! This better be good, CW! 

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Open Thread: Arrow – Suicide Squad

While the last episode of CW’s Arrow proved extremely adventurous, the latest was being hyped up a great deal. Did it live up to that hype? 

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Open Thread: Arrow – The Promise

Last night’s high-intensity Arrow picked up right where we left off last time and impressed with some feature film-level action. 

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Open Thread: Arrow – Time of Death

Arrow returned from its brief hiatus last night. Let us know what you thought of “Time of Death.”

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where does he get those wonderful toys

Arrow’s Suicide Squad Revealed

Who are all those really serious people? Why it’s your new Suicide Squad, CW Arrow-style. That’s Michael Jai White as Ben Turner (“Bronze Tiger”), Sean Maher as Mark Scheffer (“Shrapnel”), Cynthia Addai-Robinson as Amanda Waller, Michael Rowe as Floyd Lawton (“Deadshot”), Audrey Marie Anderson as Lyla Michaels, and David Ramsey as John Diggle. The episode, titled “Suicide Squad” will air March 19.

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We Took Pictures Of Everything At Toy Fair 2014 (Basically)

Toy Fair – two innocent words that simultaneously conjure up feelings of excitement and disappointment in a single moment. Excitement at all the wonderful new toys being announced; disappointment that you can’t take them home with you right away! This year’s fair was no exception – 2014 is going to be a great year for toys and collectibles. Take a look at just a small portion of what we saw at the big show this year. And by “small portion,” we mean, “97 photos.”

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Batman Is the Star Of The Lego Movie Blooper Reel [VIDEO]

Who knew grappling hooks were so difficult? And I’m sorry to all you Batfans named Lucy, but Batman thinks your name is stupid. It’s in The Lego Movie blooper reel, so it’s true.

(via: The Hollywood Reporter)

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The Five Worst Things About The Lego Movie

By this point you’ll already have heard about how good The Lego Movie is. If not, here’s my short review: It’s wonderful. It’s wonderful for everyone. Children. Adults. Aliens. Robots. Alien robots. If you need more elaboration, read one of the film’s positive reviews—that would be 95% of them—on Rotten Tomatoes. For comparison: Frozen is sitting pretty at 89%, and The Lego Movie directors Phil Lord and Chris Miller‘s previous (excellent) animated film, Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs, has an 87% rating.

So yeah, The Lego Movie is wonderful. But every movie, no matter how good, has its bad elements*. Here are The Lego Movie‘s.

*The exception to this rule is Clue.

(Note: There are no spoilers in this list. There may be some in the comments.)

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