Johnny Ryan has released Prison Pit, "an animated adaptation of the acclaimed graphic novel PRISON PIT: Book One". Definitely not for the little ones or those with weak stomachs toward cartoon ultraviolence, the nearly 40 minute long video features the animation as well as a 23 minute long documentary with the creator, voice actors, animators, etc.
The video runs $6.99 and all proceeds from it will go towards making more Prison Pit videos. If you've ever purchased one of Louis CK's videos...it's much the same process. You can pay via Paypal and get instant access to the streaming and downloadable version of the mini-film.
And you will see two character that should be familiar to fans of Monster Worship toys: Cannibal F*ckface and Rottweiler Herpes. And if those names didn't set off warning signs...just take a gander at the preview.
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Toy Art Gallery will be releasing the unpainted Creamy Orange Gacha Mini Figures from TAG x Paul Kaiju. They're available today (August 29th 2014) at Noon PT. You can grab the set for $60.00 or individually at $15.00 each.
ReedPOP and DC Comics have unveiled the official New York Comic Con 2014 poster. Award-winning artist, Francis Manapul "takes Batman off the streets of Gotham city and casts his iconic image over a map of the five boroughs — the home of his creation in 1939." The exclusive poster will be featured across NYCC advertising, comic retail locations and as the NYCC ad within the DC books.
To me, it looks like Frank Miller's Batman from The Dark Knight Returns. That could make some sense with the upcoming Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice film rumored to be partially based on that storyline.