• Premium Bandai USA Reveals Comic-Con Home Exclusive DRAGON BALL Figures

    1 month ago - By GeekTyrant

    Premium Bandai USA has revealed new Dragon Ball Figures that fans will be able to pre-order during Comic-Con Home 2021. Starting on July 22 at 9 PM EDT, fans can pre-order event exclusive editions of Super Saiyan God Goku , Beerus , Whis , and Nappa in the S.H.Figuarts line of collectibles. In addition, there are exclusive figure stands with bases based on Dragon Ball that look incredible. The stands come in a set of six so you get two of each base, and the are the perfect way to display your collectibles for $42. It's also important to note that all Goku, Beerus, and Whis will cost $50...
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  • Shudder's V/H/S/94 First Clip And Story Details Revealed

    Shudder's V/H/S/94 First Clip And Story Details Revealed

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    The producers and directors of V/H/S/94 , the latest part of the found footage horror series, have spoken about the new movie at Comic Con Home. The film is set to hit Shudder later this year. The panel featured directors Simon Barrett, Jennifer Reeder, Timo Tjahjanto, Chloe Okuno, and Ryan Prows, plus producers Brad Miska and Josh Goldbloom. The directors revealed what their episodes would be about. Barrett's entry takes place in a funeral home where a new employee must record an overnight wake, while Okuno's part focuses on a TV reporter investigating a local legend of the "rat man," who...
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  • Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero Movie Announced At Comic-Con, First Clip Revealed

    1 month ago - By GameSpot

    There is a new Dragon Ball movie coming. During a Comic-Con Home panel, the title for the film was revealed, and it's super. Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero will arrive sometime in 2022. A very brief clip was revealed that featured Goku doing a kick with a white background and was released mainly to show off the new animation style. Check it out for yourself below. This clip, however, isn't actually from the upcoming movie. As Dragon Ball executive producer Akio Iyoku explained, "We wanted to show what Goku will look like, his movement, and feeling. It's not actually a scene in the movie...
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