Well the fine folks at Super7 have attempted to make the "greatest Skeletor Halloween decoration ever."
This fucker is life-sized, glows-in-the-dark, and is made with the "thickest heavyweight card stock we could find." Christ, this Skeletor is ridiculously large!
But, will it make your life better?
"It's a gigantic 55-inches tall glow-in-the-dark Halloween monstrosity! You can hang him anywhere! He's printed on both sides! He's jointed for posing! See if you can count all of the die cuts it took to make this! Yes, it's preposterous.. but no one else would make this.. so we made it ourselves!"
Skeletor comes packaged in a plastic bag with custom header card.
Warner Bros. Japan and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment team for an eye-popping addition to the Batman animated legacy with Batman Ninja, a spectacular, all-new anime film coming in 2018. Be among the first to witness the premiere of colorful footage from this imaginative take on Batman and many of his connected characters. Panelists will include director Jumpei Mizusaki, character designer Takashi Okazaki, screenwriter Kazuki Nakashima, English-language screenwriters Leo Chu & Eric Garcia and some potential special guests.
Paaramount Pictures is developing a “Sonic the Hedgehog” movie from director Jeff Fowler.
The project, based on the Sega video game franchise, had been in the works at Sony, but the studio let their film rights lapse.
Neal H. Moritz, who recently signed an upcoming first look deal with Paramount, is producing under his Original Film banner. “Deadpool” director Tim Miller will serve as executive producer, along with Toby Ascher. Dmitri Johnson and Dan Jevons will be the co-producers.
Miller boarded the project last year. Sega launched the Sonic game in 1991 and has sold more than 360 million copies to date, including both packaged and digital games on consoles, tablets, and mobile.
The game features a hedgehog named Sonic on a quest to defeat Doctor Robotnik, a scientist who has imprisoned animals in robots and stolen magical Chaos Emeralds. The game was enormously successful and established the Sega Genesis console as a major player.
The film, which will be a combination of live-action and CGI animation, will be the first time Sonic has ever been adapted for the big screen.
Dynamite Entertainment has just signed an agreement with MGM for the rights to do comics and graphic novels based on the 1988 horror film Pumpkinhead. The original film was directed by the legendary Stan Winston and starred Lance Henriksen, John D’Aquino and Kerry Remsen. It led to a sequel in 1994 and two made-for-TV movies in the 2000s.
The comic should be available February 2018