Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Revisit BOOM!'s Longest-Running Original Series with the Debut of the First in a Series of 'Irredeemable Premier Edition' Hardcovers

Fans have clamored for it, and we’ve listened! Award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios is pleased to announce the debut of the Irredeemable Premier Edition, a new series of oversized, deluxe hardcovers collecting the Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated comics by Mark Waid, Peter Krause, and Diego Barreto. Volume 1, collecting the first eight issues by Waid and Krause, is set to debut in October.
Waid has amassed a long list of critically acclaimed hits in his 20-year career, writing such iconic characters as Superman, Captain America, Batman, The Flash, and Wonder Woman. The prolific writer earned a legion of fans for stories that tended to ground seemingly infallible heroes, and in titles like DC’s Kingdom Come, Gorilla Comics’ Empire, and Irredeemable, he showed the other side of what it’s like to wear the capes and tights. Coupled with the fantastic art of Krause (The Power of Shazam), Irredeemable was well received by critics and fans alike when it first debuted in 2009.
“Mark and Peter are phenomenal storytellers and Irredeemable stands out as career work for both of them,” said BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. “With Irredeemable, they looked into the darker side of heroism and showed us how far a hero could fall. It’s an incredible story, and we’re thrilled to collect the entire epic in beautiful new hardcovers that are perfect for collectors, longtime fans, and new readers.”
In Irredeemable, when the Plutonian, the world’s greatest superhero, snaps and turns into the world’s greatest villain, only his former teammates have a chance at stopping his rampage. But while on the run from the world’s most powerful and angry being, will these former teammates discover his secrets in time? How did he come to this? What became of the hope and promise once inside him? What happens to the world when its savior betrays it? What makes a hero irredeemable?
Praise for Irredeemable:
“...Irredeemable remains one of the most inventive, absorbing new superhero stories of recent years…” - A.V. Club
“Mark Waid continues to be evil, if by evil you mean able to write a really compelling, enjoyable to read comic book. This series has surprised readers and reviewers over and over again…” - Comic Book Resources
“Mark Waid deals with the kind of superhero themes more often played with today by like likes of Morrison, Millar and Ellis.” - Bleeding Cool
“...a bold combo of thrilling superhero action, and outsized pulp drama.” - Newsarama

Irredeemable Premier Edition Vol. 1 hardcover (7.25” x 11.25”, 208 pages, full color) arrives in comic shops on October 28th and in bookstores November 3rd with a cover price of $29.99.

Monday, September 28, 2015

Unboxing September's Loot Crate: "Summon"

The theme for September's Loot Crate was "Summon." The fine folks at Loot Crate have conjured up another box of geeky items, some exclusive, that perfectly convey that theme. Immediately, when I hear that word, Pokémon comes to mind, and of course, you can find a fun Pokémon item in September's crate. They covered many different genres as they also included items from Supernatural, The Simpsons, and Hearthstone inside the box. Also included is the monthly Loot Crate magazine, which included punch-out cards and instructions for a "Summoner Wars" card game. Lastly, this months box can be folded inside out to create your own book/box to keep all your loot in.

To be honest, as fun as the items inside were, this months box is a bit of a miss for me. Yes, the value is greater than what you pay for your subscription. Yes, I did like what was inside. But, aside from The Simpsons collectible, I'm probably never going to use any of the other items. So it looks like this months box is going to be given to friends/family that can really enjoy them (so still a win).

Inside this month's box:

- Loot Crate "Summon" Button
- Exclusive Supernatural 1967 Chevy Impala
- Kidrobot Homer Simpson Golden Buddha Figure
- Pokémon Laplander Hat
- Hearthstone Foam Stress Ball
- Hearthstone Collectible Coin and Card Pack Code

Saturday, September 26, 2015

Actress Mira Furlan Makes Her Debut in 'Lantern City' #6

Mira Furlan
Award-winning publisher Archaia, an imprint of BOOM! Studios, and Macrocosm Entertainment are excited to reveal a new character in Lantern City, Martha Ellen Grey. Martha, in both the comic book series and upcoming television series in development, is portrayed by Mira Furlan. Furlan is a fan-favorite actress (Babylon 5 and Lost) that brings intelligence and passion to every role, and will make her debut in issue #6 on sale in October.
Martha Ellen Grey is the mother of Killian Grey, the head of the Grey Empire, which is the ruling class of Lantern City. Smart, power-hungry, and fierce, the matriarch will do anything to protect her son and keep him in power.
"Martha Grey, an almost Shakespearean character, complex and complicated, impossible to label or categorize. My first thought when I ‘met’ her was, ‘Gertrude, Hamlet's mother.’ As with the character of Gertrude, the key to Martha is her intricate, difficult, almost deviant relationship to her equally complex son, Killian,” said Mira Furlan. “I cannot wait to bite my teeth into this meaty role. It will be a big challenge and a great pleasure, as it always is with truly great roles."

In the Lantern City ongoing comic series, Sander Jorve just wants to keep his wife and son safe. Living in the brutalized lower class of Lantern City means living in near constant darkness, the enormous walls of the city always looming overhead, while the ruling class enjoys the elevated, interconnected towers and airships above. When Sander’s brother-in-law, the persuasive activist Kendal, convinces him to infiltrate the brutal ranks of the Guard, he’s set on a dangerous path that will test his abilities and beliefs, all in the name of making a difference for his family and his caste.

Lantern City #6, written by Matthew Daley and Mairghread Scott and illustrated by Carlos Magno, arrives in comic shops on October 14th with a cover by Benjamin Carré for the price of $3.99.

Lantern City #6

Friday, September 25, 2015

Fun Finds at the Santa Cruz Flea Market

I'm lucky enough to live near a pretty awesome little flea market in Santa Cruz that is open Friday through Sunday. I can fill a Sunday by getting up early and hitting the flea for some deals, then having breakfast by the beach, and then spending the rest of the day hanging out downtown with friends. I love going around 8-ish as the flea market can get really busy and you have to get in there early if you want to score the good stuff. Go around 10 a.m. and parking is a bit of a pain and then you REALLY have to dig to find anything good. Usually when I go too late I walk away empty handed.

One of the things I like the most (right behind the food) are the vendors that sell the random/awkward bootleg items. I'm talking about those cheaply made, ridiculous looking toys that have you laughing out loud and scratching your head at the same time. On my most recent trip there I saw a few that did just that. First there was the 'Universal War' toy set that came with five figures that consisted of what was supposed to be a Stormtrooper, Darth Vader, 2 Aliens, and a guy that looked like Magneto. Next I saw an old black and blue Spider-Man iPhone 4 phone case that would have actually been kind of cool to get...if I still had an iPhone 4. You can also find some pretty cheap Lego bootleg figures like The Simpsons and Ninja Turtles for a couple of bucks from quite a few of the regular vendors. 

The best thing I spotted, which were unfortunately too small for me, were these weird mask/capes that came in a bunch of different properties from Batman and Power Rangers, to Cars and Monster High. They were disturbing, yet hilarious and I totally would have purchased one if it fit my head. That day the only thing I walked out of there with were three DVD's for $5.00, which I'm now regretting (should have picked up that 'Universal Wars' set!). 

Universal Wars Toy Set

What even...?!?!

Went home with these

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Regal Cinemas Offering 'Spectre' Ultimate Ticket

Regal Cinemas is offering a limited edition (only 1,000 available) 'Spectre' Ultimate Ticket on their website for the low low price of $100+shipping. What do you get for forking over all that dough? You get an "first-of-its kind anodized steel collectible card" which will be laser etched with the Spectre symbol. The card will also be personalized with your name and will get you admission into the film once a day at any Regal Cinemas location (including IMAX screens) for the run of the film.

I love Bond films, especially the Daniel Craig run, but this is strictly for extreme Bond fans only. The film looks like it's going to be awesome, but the price is pretty steep for a film I will probably only be seeing once in theaters. The card is only able to be used at the box office (will not work with online ticket purchases) and can only be used by the person whose name is on the card (I.D. required). The concept is cool, but I think the only franchise that I would consider dropping that much scratch on would be Star Wars. For more info check out 
Regal's website.

Trailer via YouTube.

Monday, September 21, 2015

True Magic Comes at a Heavy Cost in S.M. Vidaurri's Archaia Original Graphic Novel, 'Iscariot'

If we’ve learned anything from fairy tales from the Brothers Grimm and Hans Christian Andersen, it’s that magic powers usually have a hefty price attached. This October, S.M. Vidaurri (Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Witches, Iron: Or, the War After) brings us his new Archaia original graphic novel Iscariot, the story of Carson, a young girl living with cancer whose life is changed when she is granted an age-old magic by the rebellious magician Iscariot.

Carson must now navigate her powers, face a life she thought she’d left behind, and take on an order of magicians who want to control her destiny. Carson wants to trust Iscariot, but his intentions might not be as altruistic as they first appeared, and she’ll have to trust her own feelings to decide what to do.

“Shane’s hand-painted watercolors evoke so much emotion that it’s easy to get sucked into the mood of this story,” said BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. “From his cold, quiet espionage story Iron: Or, the War After to his richly embellished ‘The Magic Swan Goose and the Lord of the Forest’ story in Jim Henson’s The Storyteller: Witches, Shane has captured our attention time and again. Iscariot is the story of a little girl figuring out what to do with a life she thought was ending and struggling with a destiny that was forced upon her. Most of all, it’s about magic, and what that means to these characters.”

Iscariot hardcover (6" x 9", 144 pages, full color, hardcover) arrives in comic shops from Archaia on October 7th with a cover illustrated by creator S.M. Vidaurri for the price of $24.99. It will be available in book stores on October 13th.

Sunday, September 20, 2015

It's Batman v Taylor Swift in "Bat Blood" Video

YouTube's 'How It Should Have Ended' recently dropped a parody of Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" video. Initially, I thought that it was a pretty clever parody (even if Batman's voice grates on me), like all their other videos. Upon second and third viewing, I started to think, "Man, they totally missed the mark." I kept thinking back to Swift's acceptance speech for MTV's 'Video of the Year' at the recent VMA's. Swift said, “There’s been a lot of discussion about this video and what it means, but I’m just happy that in 2015, we live in a world where boys can play princesses and girls can play soldiers." Yes, I understand that they were capitalizing on the upcoming Batman v Superman film and I admit that it was a funny video.

Unfortunately, there were only a handful of female heroes making an appearance in the video. Those that were featured were Trinity, Katniss, Wonder Woman, Ripley, Cherry Darling, Imperator Furiosa, The Bride, Dorothy, and Harley Quinn. While that may sound like a lot of female heroes, it's nothing compared to how many males were featured. Not to mention the fact that most of those female characters only made brief appearances. Some of the obvious omissions in the video were Black Widow, She-Ra, the Pink and Yellow Rangers, Captain Marvel, and Batgirl, just to name a few. Now, whenever I watch the video, I can't help but think of the missed opportunity here. Heck, they should have at least featured Taylor's character (Catastrophe) somewhere in the video.

Friday, September 18, 2015

Evil Hits Home in Mike Carey and Mike Perkins's 'Rowans Ruin'

Everyone should feel safe in their own home, but what do you do about the evil lurking in someone else’s house? Mike Carey (Suicide Risk, The Unwritten) and Mike Perkins (Deathlok, The Stand) team up for the first time in over ten years for the haunting thriller Rowans Ruin, debuting this October from award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios.

“Carey and Perkins are both incredible talents and we’re very excited to see this dream team collaborating on a new series,” said BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. “Rowans Ruin combines horror, unsettling thrills, and great characters in a macabre story that starts with a bang and doesn’t let up.”

Katie has always had things pretty easy, growing up in comfortable circumstances in Florida. But when she finds herself with a long summer break before grad school, she decides to do a house-swap with a British girl, Emily, as a way to vacation relatively cheaply—and to get out from under her parents’ attentiveness. England is great, so different from Florida, and the house, called Rowans Rise, is charming. But soon she starts having nightmares—really, really, strong ones. Curious, Katie researches the owners of the house, and discovers it may have more of a sinister history than she thought...

Rowans Ruin #1 (of 4) arrives in comic shops on October 7th with a main cover by series artist Mike Perkins for the price of $3.99. Also available in a limited quality is a 10 Years incentive cover by Felipe Smith (All-New Ghost Rider), a Jackpot incentive cover by Mike Perkins, and a retailer incentive cover by Andre de Freitas.

Thursday, September 17, 2015

Hot Toys Star Wars Kylo Ren Sixth Scale Figure Now For Pre-order at Sideshow

"There has been an awakening, have you felt it?"
via Sideshow 

The newest installment of the Star Wars saga - Star Wars: The Force Awakens - is coming to theaters worldwide this December! To get ready for the film's release, Star Wars enthusiasts can find a wide range of merchandise based on this upcoming film!

To kick off the highly anticipated Star Wars: The Force Awakens collection, Sideshow Collectibles and Hot Toys are very excited to present the sixth scale collectible figure of the mysterious main character in the movie - Kylo Ren!

Kylo Ren, a dark warrior strong with the Force, gains his name from the Knights of Ren; he also commands First Order missions. His unique self-made crossguard lightsaber has been capturing attention since its first reveal.

The highly-accurate collectible figure is specially crafted based on the image of Kylo Ren in Star Wars: The Force Awakens. This collectible figure features Kylo Ren's helmet with weathering effects, a meticulously crafted outfit with layers, the character's signature crossguard lightsaber with LED light-up function and weathering effects, and a specially designed hexagonal figure stand with the First Order's emblem!

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Lumberjack Man Slashes His Way Into "8 Films To Die For"

Lumberjack Man will chop his way into the 4th spot of the lineup, in theaters October 16, 2015.

Directed by Josh Bear, produced by Bill Muehl, with story by Josh Bear and Bill Muehl, and screenplay by Ed Kuehnel and Matt Entin, Lumberjack Man will add comedic relief to the newly revived, terrifying collection.

“This film has all the right toppings to make up a perfectly frightful feast,” says Stephanie Caleb, EVP, Creative Affairs & Acquisitions, “There’s gore, there’s suspense, there’s spring breakers at church camp, and bloody good pancakes for breakfast.”

The film stars Michael Madsen (Reservoir Dogs, Kill Bill: Vol. 1), Alex Dobrenko (Bloody Homecoming), Ciara Flynn (Replica 114), Chase Joliet (Zombex), and Adam Sessler (X-Play). The deal was negotiated on behalf of After Dark Films by Ian Brereton.

“I am very excited to be working with After Dark Films on the release of Lumberjack Man here in the US, and that horror fans will be able to experience the creation of a new icon in this fantastic genre,” says Josh Bear, director of the film and co-founder of Madisonian Films.

Official Synopsis:

As the staff of Good Friends Church Camp prepares for a spring break filled with "Fun Under the Son", a demon logger rises from his sap boiler to wreak his vengeance and feast on flapjacks soaked in the blood of his victims.

Trailer via YouTube

Monday, September 14, 2015

Snoopy Takes to the Skies in KaBOOM!'s 'Peanuts: Where Beagles Dare!' Original Graphic Novel, Coming in September

KaBOOM!, the award-winning, all-ages imprint of publisher BOOM! Studios, gets ready to send Snoopy off on a secret World War I mission this September in Peanuts: Where Beagles Dare!, a new, original graphic novel from writer Jason Cooper and artist Vicki Scott that serves as a great accompaniment to the upcoming The Peanuts Movie.

“Where Beagles Dare! is our fourth Peanuts original graphic novel and it continues to be an honor to work with Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates to produce these new stories,” said BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. “With November’s The Peanuts Movie featuring a storyline in which Snoopy appears as the World War I Flying Ace, we thought it’d be appropriate to do a new, original story that could stand alongside the film! 2015 is a big year for Peanuts and we’re overjoyed to be part of the fun.”

In Peanuts: Where Beagles Dare!, Snoopy, the World War I Flying Ace, is on holiday in France but his leave is cut short when he’s recruited for a top-secret mission. Snoopy must dodge his way through no-man’s land, go deep behind enemy territory, and battle the Red Baron in the blackened skies above. Will Snoopy ever return home to quaff a few root beers with Woodstock and have dinner with Charlie Brown? Find out in this new original graphic novel, which also features nine pages of behind-the-scenes sketches by artist Vicki Scott!  

The Peanuts: Where Beagles Dare! original graphic novel arrives in comic shops on September 23rd with a cover by Vicki Scott, Paige Braddock, and Nina Kester for the price of $9.99. It will arrive in bookstores on September 29th.

Sunday, September 13, 2015

Star Wars/Funko Subscription Box Announced

Star Wars and Funko have teamed up to bring fans a new subscription box, 'Smuggler's Bounty.' Just like the Marvel/Funko Collector Corps box, this service will deliver "high-quality Star Wars and Funko collectible products. No fluff! No filler!" Each of the MCC boxes contains at least one exclusive POP! figure not available anywhere else! 'Smuggler's Bounty' also carries the same price point as the Collector Corps box ($25+shipping) and the debut box will contain TWO exclusive POP! figures. I'm a big fan of the Marvel/Funko box and have had a subscription since the start. I've signed up for the first box which ships in October and am hoping it's as awesome as the MCC boxes. Also, keep an eye out for the DC subscription that was announced during SDCC!

Saturday, September 12, 2015

Return to the High Seas with the Oversized 'Cursed Pirate Girl Annual #1'

Archaia, an imprint of award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios, is pleased to announce the October debut of the next chapter of Jeremy Bastian’s swashbuckling adventure, Cursed Pirate Girl Annual #1. This oversized, prestige annual is the first installment of Volume 2 of Cursed Pirate Girl and continues the fiery Cursed Pirate Girl’s journey as she and the young Apollonia search for the pirate girl’s father, one of the pirate captains of the dreaded Omerta Seas.

“Jeremy’s richly detailed artwork is a stunning, beautiful combination of Alice in Wonderland, Pirates of the Caribbean, and 19th-century political cartoons,” said BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. “It’s absolutely unlike anything in modern comics, and we’re thrilled to bring the next installment in the Cursed Pirate Girl’s adventure to readers.”

Praise for Cursed Pirate Girl:

“It's easy to get lost inside the pages of Jeremy A. Bastian's...Cursed Pirate Girl. The Michigan-based artist works with ink and a very fine brush to create panels that overflow with tiny details. … It's these intricacies that make a young heroine's quest to find her pirate father all the more magical.” - LA Weekly

“Although this book is in black and white, your eyes overdose on the abundant artwork: quirky characters, wall to wall backgrounds, everything drawn with shading and minutiae. It is an overflowing feast for the eyes.” - Wired

“Bastian’s art captures 19th-century humorous illustration and cartoon styles with deliberate grotesques and complex visual clutter—think Thomas Nast meets Albrecht Dürer...the result is both a beautiful object and an evocative adventure.” - Publisher’s Weekly

Cursed Pirate Girl Annual #1 contains 54 pages of all-new story and arrives in comic shops on October 14th with a cover by series creator Jeremy Bastian for the price of $9.99.

Friday, September 11, 2015

Wizard World San Jose Wrap-up

San Jose, California was host to Wizard World last weekend. This is the first time the convention has hit the Bay Area and even though I was only able to attend on Friday, they definitely made a big splash. Ever since WonderCon moved down south, the Bay Area's only comics convention has been Big WOW!, which also takes place in San Jose in May. There is a huge community of comic book fans, so for us, the more the merrier.

Since I was only able to attend Friday, I wasn't able to catch many cosplayers or panels. What I was able to do was wander around the floor and artists alley. There were so many vendors with so many great options. My main focus, being that it was Force Friday, was Star Wars and also Funko POP!'s.  Unfortunately, the markup on most of the Star Wars items was double what one would pay in stores (obviously), so I didn't end up acquiring much. I was able to snag a few (some would say too many) of the POP!'s I had been searching for. One of the ones I had to have was the Fugitive Toys exclusive "Island Scarred" Oliver Queen. The handful of cosplayers that were out and about were pretty spectacular. There were a few Star Wars characters roaming the hall as well as quite a few DC characters. By far the winner of the day was a little Rocket Raccoon that I saw walking around the floor.

Signed by James Marsters!
The highlight of the day was getting my Funko POP! signed by none other than James "Spike" Marsters. He was a very gracious guy, really taking the time to talk to those who had come to have their items signed or have a selfie taken with him. When it came time for me to have my Funko figure signed, we talked a bit about Buffy and Angel, but mostly about our love of Torchwood. I saw how much he loved talking to people, but I was trying to be mindful of the people that were in line behind me, so I tried to keep it as short as possible. If I didn't, I'd have stood there for hours talking to him about anything and everything.

My cousin, who attended Friday and Saturday, says that the attendance was much higher the second day. I'm hoping they pulled in the numbers they were hoping for so we'll see a return next year. In November, San Jose will get 'Heroes and Villains Fan Fest,' which will see the cast of CW's Arrow visiting the Bay Area. It looks as though conventions are starting to realize that there's an almost untapped market here. Let's hope things just get bigger and better from here. The loss of WonderCon was a blow to the Bay Area and having so many options this year has definitely been great for those of us who love conventions, but don't have the free time to travel to many of the big ones.

Friday's haul

Best cosplay or BEST COSPLAY?

Feeding the addiction

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Calling All Scream Queens!

After Dark Films will be crowning their next queen of horror, now known as A Scream Queen to Die For. This lucky woman, or man, will be crowned and awarded with $10,000 to reign as the queen of the next 8 Films to Die For horror festival, in theaters October 16, 2015.

Official Callout to Potential Scream Queens:

Do you think you have what it takes to be the next queen of horror? Whether you're the scariest, the sexiest, the strangest, the campiest or have the loudest scream, “ we want to hear from you!

Upload your 90 second video onto YouTube showing us why you should be selected as our next "Scream Queen to Die For". Then Submit your video at www.8filmstodiefor.com/scream by completing the application form and pasting the link of your YouTube video in the form. Costumes recommended but not required. Video must be under three minutes in length.  Make sure to make us scream!

Finalists will be announced Thursday, October 1, 2015, with the winner announcement following on Thursday, October 8, 2015. The top 8 finalists will be decided through a combination of sponsor picks, and fan votes through YouTube likes and shares.

If you are in the Los Angeles area and would like to attend our live auditions, email your name, contact information, and a recent photo to screamqueencasting@gmail.com for more details.

'8 Films to Die For' will be released in theaters on October 16, 2015, with Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment handling all ancillary forms of media, including Digital HD, DVD and VOD. The 8 films include the long awaited Re-Kill, Murder in the Dark, The Wicked Within, Lumberjack Man, Suspension, Unnatural, Bastard, and Wind Walkers.

For more information, visit www.8filmstodiefor.com.

Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Finn with Lightsaber Funko POP! Figure Coming Soon

Gemini Collectibles currently has a handful of Funko POP! prototypes available on their website. The price on them is pretty steep with each costing $800. What's interesting about seeing them is that they have a proto of a previously unannounced POP! figure up for sale; Finn with a lightsaber. There's no word on whether or not this figure is from a second wave or if it will be an exclusive just yet. Also up for sale on the website are prototypes for the exclusive First Order Stormtrooper with shield, Rey with Goggles, and Poe Dameron Unmasked, among others. Take a look at all of the Star Wars Episode 7 Funko POP! prototypes available at Gemini Collectibles

First Order Stormtrooper with shield

Rey with Goggles

Poe Dameron Unmasked

Sunday, September 6, 2015

Unboxing: August Marvel Collector Corps Box

Marvel/Funko have now released three boxes in their 'Marvel Collector Corps' subscription box service. Somehow they've been able to outdo themselves with each box they release, which Marvel and Funko POP! fans have been eating up. Their first box was timed to coincide with the release of  Marvel's 'Age of Ultron' film. That box contained one of four exclusive T-shirts, Ultron patch, Captain America pin, exclusive Ultron Dorbz vinyl figure, variant comic, and an epic 6" Hulkbuster exclusive Funko POP! figure. Their second box was themed around Ant-Man, which was released in theaters at the same time the box was shipped. That box also contained exclusives like Mystery Mini's and an Unmasked Ant-Man POP! that also included the world's smallest bobble-head.

The first two boxes were so well-received by fans (as well as myself) that a lot of us were left wondering, "How are they going to top themselves?" Well, somehow they did! August's box was themed around their current comics event called 'Secret Wars.' The box had not one, but TWO exclusive Funko POP! figures. They were a Jane/Thor POP! and a Miles Morales Spider-Man POP! The box also contained an awesome POP!-inspired Secret Wars T-shirt, variant comic, patch, and pin. The theme for October's box has recently been announced as "Villains," which I assume is to coincide with Halloween. Below is a teaser video via YouTube:


Inside this month's box:

- Miles Morales Funko POP! Figure
- Falcon Patch
- Secret Wars Variant Comic
- Thor Funko POP! Figure
- Secret Wars T-shirt
- Iron Man Pin