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And if you don’t believe us, just ask our pal Shadow who always dresses for the occasion.*

*Which goes oh so nicely with Lintly’s Firelord sleepwear.

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Pandas? Still awesome.

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Look, it’s a Team Fortress 2 Inflatable Balloonicorn. I don’t really have to sell you on this do I?

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Sideshow Collectibles now has a preview of thier new Cobra Commander: The Dictator Sixth Scale Figure which comes complete with both hooded and helmeted swappable heads, as well as a cape, Cobra scepter, dagger, and pistol. Sadly, the giant Cobra snake throne isn’t included. The figure will be priced at $175.

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Cracked offers us The Terrifying Conspiracy Behind Early ’90s Kids’ Toys. Thanks to Nick for the heads up and the unexpected carton of Slormp he shipped to our offices (which I’m sure is completely unrelated to teh ‘monkey’s recent odd behavior).

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After starring as different versions of the character in “Asylum of the Daleks” and “The Snowmen,” Jenna-Louise Coleman is properly introduced as The Doctor‘s (Matt Smith) new companion Clara, the impossible girl. Over the second-half of Series 7 The Doctor and Clara will travel to the planet Akhaten, fight a Martian Ice Warrior on a nuclear submarine in the middle of the Cold War, journey to the center of the TARDIS, battle WiFi created to steal peoples’ souls, go hunting for ghosts, and take on a new race of Cybermen in the universe’s greatest theme park.

In both “The Crimson Horror” and the finale “The Name of The Doctor” the show brings back the characters of Madame Vastra (Neve McIntosh), Jenny Flint (Catrin Stewart), and their Sontaran butler Strax (Dan Starkey) as The Doctor returns to Victorian England and makes a trip to the one place no time traveler should ever go – his grave on the fields of Trenzalore.

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Oh, goodness…it’s 1 hour and 30 minutes of Doctor Who, the week in comics, and of course a tribble ranch of Star Trek Into Darkness! Oh, and a little thing we like to call “the return of Bobby”. We don’t spoil the shit out of Star Trek because mostly we can’t articulate our thoughts particularly well, but there’s all manner of nerdraging and nerd boners.

Get some.

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This would have saved Shadow so much time.

MLP:FIM Seasons 1-3 ALL AT ONCE! 65 Episodes. ULTRA PONYSTATIC!

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Hot Wheels has announced the the old school Cylon Raider will join their boatload of retro TV and movie vehicles which includes K.I.T.T. & K.A.R.R., the Ecto 1, the Mystery Machine, a time traveling DeLorean, the Bandit’s 1977 Pontiac Firebird, Stroker Ace’s T-Bird Stock Car, T.C.’s Island Hopper helicopter, Cameron Frye’s Ferrari 250 California, and more. The 1978 Cylon Raider will make its debut a this year’s San Diego Comic Con.

[via Toy News International]

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Surviving his first flight as Nova, Sam Alexander returns from the moon after getting a warning of impending danger from The Watcher to get chewed out by his mother for staying out to late and find Rocket Racoon and Gamora waiting for him. Needing Sam’s help, and keeping their promise to his father, Rocket and Gamora begin to train the new Nova and prepare him for what is to come (namely the fleet of Chitauri warships on their way to destroy the Earth).

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