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Thundercats Ultimates Announced by Super7, Preorders Live!

Thundercats Ultimates Announced by Super7, Preorders Live!

Thundercats Ultimates have finally been announced by Super7. After a long, long time of teases and such, Super7 have revealed the first four figures in the new line- Panthro, Mummy Mumm-Ra, Jackalman, and of course, Lion-O. Each figure comes in a slipcase window box and a ton of interchangeable parts and weapons/accessories. They are banking […]



Cartoon Network’s ‘Thundercats Roar’ with New Look, Mix of Comedy/Action

The battle between Lion-O’s ThunderCats — Tygra, Panthro, Cheetara, Wilykat, and Wilykit — and Mumm-Ra will be making its way to Cartoon Network in 2019, with Warner Bros. Animation rebooting the feline-like alien heroes for the new animated series ThunderCats Roar. For your first look at Thundercats Roar and for some behind-the-scenes interviews about the creative process, […]

Toy Fair New York: The Loyal Subjects Continue Their Blind Box Dominance

One of my absolute favorite obsessions are opening up The Loyal Subjects blind box figures. Not only do they have some of my favorite properties like Power Rangers, Thundercats, and of course Masters of the Universe, they are expanding into a few other licenses that I deeply care about this year. First, they are doing […]


The Toys That Made Us: 6 Brands That We are Going to Need Episodes on Pronto

The Toys That Made Us, an 8-part documentary series (as the theme song would tell you) now streaming on Netflix details the histories behind everyone’s favorite toy lines. The first four episodes discuss in detail and with great reverence the vintage Kenner Star Wars line, Barbie and her complicated history (featuring the creepiest…statue? Ever.), Masters […]

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Sideshow Collectibles Announces New Thundercats Line of Statues

Sideshow Collectibles is doing a lot of teasing this week as part of their 12 days of Christmas promotion. Today they announced that they have the license to produce statues based on the popular ’80s cartoon series The Thundercats. They did this by showing teaser images for a Mumm-Ra statue and the silhouette for a […]

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Earle Hyman Of Thundercats And The Cosby Show Passes Away At 91

Earle Hyman passed away today at the age of 91 at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, NJ. Hyman was a classically trained actor with a six decade career on and off Broadway, including some celebrated runs on Shakespeare plays like Othello, Julius Caesar and Macbeth. For most of us, though, we recognize his […]

What’s In The Box?!: Geek Fuel – July 2017

We’re nearing the end of the month, which means we’re going to start seeing all of our new subscription boxes for July make their way to us. The first one to pop up int he mail for me this past week was the latest from Geek Fuel! This month’s box felt a little lighter than […]


Wondercon ’15 – The Writers Journey – ‘Finish What You Start’

By Michele Brittany, West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent Moderator and host Eisner nominee Brandon Easton, who has worked on ThunderCats and the Andre the Giant biography, assembled a knowledgeable group of individuals to share their experiences in the panel titled The Writer’s Journey: Breaking into Comics and Hollywood Scriptwriting. Joining Easton was Tony Puryear (Concrete […]


Four-Color Roots Part 1: The Toyetic Age (1985-1989)

By Christopher Smith In the first installment of this ongoing column series, Christopher Smith takes us on a tour through his own back pages as a comics fan, going down unexpected dark alleys and diversions. Focusing only on the comics and pop-cultural touchstones he experienced at the time, he reconsiders their influence and impact from […]

The Illegal Superheroes Of California

“Hello, you’ve reached the Illegal Super Heroes Department for the San Francisco Immigration Customs Enforcement Field Office. This is the report hotline for illegal super hero Superman. Superman, perhaps the most notorious of all illegal super heroes, is known to have entered the U.S. countless times illegally since his first appearance in Action Comics #1 […]

Five Reasons To Give Toy Hunters A Try Tonight

The pilot episode of Toy Hunters is premiering at 11pm on The Travel Channel in the US tonight – not, I’d imagine, a regular destination for a lot of Little Bleeders. But we’ve had an early look at the show, and I think I can give you five good reasons to give it a spin. […]

VIDEO: Snarf From Thundercats In His Own Looney Tunes Knock-Off

Snarf: Butterfly Blues was aired this week on the Cartoon Network and pretty swiftly posted to YouTube by a fan. It’s an attempt to stage a Looney Tunes style cartoon with the “loveable” Thundercats sidekick. There’s more than a touch of Roger Rabbit about it. Now, I understand the thinking here, but… I’m going to […]

Jim Lee Draws Leonard As Lion-O In The Big Bang Theory

Last night’s Big Bang Theory took place in the local comic store, still full of first issues of the New 52 from DC Comics. But it was other properties that got highlighted last night, with John Byrne’s Next Men being picked up as the first appearance of Hellboy, and Leonard showing off his Jim Lee […]

Wednesday Runaround – The Watching Dead

This is Computo the Comic Link Conqueror speaking. I come for your women. But for now I merely collate comic-related bits and pieces online. One day I will rule. Until that day, read on. They say I am a work in progress. The fools. The Walking Dead Could Get A Talk Show | The Walking […]

Over Nine Minutes Of New Thundercats

Looking for a better quality version of the new Thundercats trailer, I instead wandered across nine full minutes of the show. In the words of Maurice Chevalier, “Thank ‘eavens for YouTube search, because YouTube search gets better every day” [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8s9gkwZ3K4U[/youtube] Your reviews, please.