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Horror Toys: Funko's ReAction Figures

Funko has released the official list of characters it will have in its retro 80's action figure line (think Kenner era Star Wars figures), and it includes all of the major Universal Monsters and many 1980's horror icons.

The Universal Monsters include: Creature from the Black Lagoon, Invisible Man, Dracula, Bride of Frankenstein, Mummy, Phantom of the Opera, Wolfman and Frankenstein's Monster.

Meanwhile, the "Modern Horror" group consists of: Jason Voorhees, Michael Myers, Freddy Krueger,Trick’R'Treat Sam, Pinhead, and Ghostface.

Horror Comics: Walking Dead #121

Publisher: IMAGE
Story: ROBERT KIRKMAN
Art: CHARLIE ADLARD, STEFANO GAUDIANO & CLIFF RATHBURN

The decision to celebrate ten years of the Walking Dead with a near bi-weekly roll out of a 12 issue story arc ("All Out War") has proven to be a double edged sword for readers. It seems like Kirkman and company are struggling to find an appropriate pace for the arc. While each issue has major developments and action (and nearly always features a major character death), it's feeling more and more like each issue could have been told in half the pages.

Trailers: "The Purge: Anarchy"

One-percenters everywhere rejoice: The sequel to 2013's "The Purge" has a teaser trailer. As a bonus, it stars neo horror icon Zach Gilford (of "Devil's Due" infamy).

"The Purge: Anarchy" drops June 20th.

Horror Comics: Walking Dead #120

Walking Dead #120

Publisher: Image
Writer: Robert Kirkman
Pencils: Charlie Adlard
Inker: Stefano Gaudiano
Gray tones: Cliff Rathburn

Horror Comics come to "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D."

Deathlok the Demolisher will be appearing in the February 4th episode of ABC's "Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D", Marvel TV head and series executive producer Jeph Loeb confirmed Thursday.

Best of 2013 - Craigy's take.

The Best

10. Elysium
Allegory as subtle as a jack hammer didn't ruin a film that I admired for at least trying to be science fiction. The characters are conflicted and desperate, and seem to be living moment to moment. In an age were sci-fi films (really, all of genre) are dominated by super geniuses that always make the right moves, it was refreshing.

9. Evil Dead

Horror Comics: The Walking Dead #113

Walking Dead #113
Writer: Robert Kirkman
Art: Charlie Adlard
Publisher: Image

Horror Comics: Thor, God of Thunder #10

Thor: God of Thunder #10
Written by: Jason Aaron
Art by: Esad Ribic
Colors: Ive Svorcina
Publisher: Marvel

Trailers: "Bad Milo"

Director Jacob Vaughan (assistant editor of Joe's favorite film, "Jeff, Who Lives at Home") brings us the heartwarming tale of a demon that escapes from Ken Marino's ("Children's Hospital", "Party Down") butt.

Via Magnet Releasing:

"Duncan's (Ken Marino) life is a real pain in the ass. Tormented by a manipulative, crooked boss (Patrick Warburton), a nagging mother (Mary Kay Place), a deadbeat new age dad (Stephen Root), and a sweet, yet pressuring, wife (Gillian Jacobs), his mounting stress starts to trigger an insufferable gastrointestinal reaction.

Horror Comics: Walking Dead #111

Writer: Robert Kirkman
Penciler/inker: Charlie Adlard
Gray Tones/Cover Colors: Cliff Rathburn

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