Tag Archives: Army of Darkness

NYCC 2016 Sale [ROUND 2] – Grey Matter Art

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  Our friends at Grey Matter Art are releasing their second round of NYCC exclusive prints today! Their first round included prints featuring characters like Spider-Man and Daredevil. They’ve worked with fantastic artists like Matt Ferguson and Scott Derby. Now GMA is back with more killer prints by more amazing …

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Wizard World New Orleans – Bruce Campbell

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Hail to the King, Baby! The man, the myth, the Legend.  The one and only Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead, Army of Darkness, Ash vs Evil Dead, Burn Notice) was a guest at Wizard World New Orleans and I was NOT going to miss him. Of course he signed autographs and …

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MondoCon 2015 – Pre-Con Details

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Last year, we had the pleasure of attending the first MondoCon in Austin, TX and one thing was instantly clear – we would NOT be missing this convention…. ever.  Where else are you going to get instant access to dozens of amazing Mondo artists and a tent full of Mondo …

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Scary Movie Pop! Prize Pack Giveaway

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Our friends at Entertainment Earth sent us five amazing Funko Pop! Movies vinyls, including Ash, Deadite, Pennywise, Captain Spaulding & Sharkando.  We just finished a review of all 5 figures and now we’re giving you a chance to win this entire set of Scary Movie Pop!’s! Follow the instructions below …

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Scary Movie Pop!’s – Review

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There have been a lot of awesome Pop!’s based on movie characters (Ghostbusters, Rocky, Back to the Future), but until recently one genre of films was left untapped by our friends at Funko.  Fans were begging for some vinyl figures of their favorite horror movie stars and Funko listened, delivering …

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Ottawa ComicCon – Campbell’s Soup

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written by Matt S (nerd & brother to a certain Nerd Fu founder) The big draw did prove to be Bruce Campbell. His panel audience was huge and the lineup for his autograph spilled over into others and blocked off the less popular celebrity queues. His Q&A panel unfortunately was a …

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