Ok, Bif Bang Pow! fans. I warned you that the news was going to come fast and furious in the next couple of months, and here's another doozy for you. It's time to debut the first two items from our 'Twlight Zone' collection: The Invader and The Mystic Seer! After much hard work and meticulous research, we're really excited at how they've turned out. Now, notice how I didn't call them 'bobble heads'? That's because we think slightly outside the box here at BBP!, which is probably why no office can hold us! While the Mystic Seer COULD technically be called a 'bobble head', because the little devil head does indeed 'bobble', we think you'll agree it's a unique item and way to present this iconic piece. As for the Invader, being a stocky little fellow, he 'bobbles' at the waist, for that "walking on an alien planet" action.
They're almost here, but they're up for pre order NOW. And just WAIT 'til you see what else we have coming from that other dimension. Trust me, you'll want 'em all......
Monday, April 20, 2009
Thursday, April 16, 2009
Posted by Jason Lenz
Hey folks, Jolly Jason Lenzi comin' at ya again, with more proof that the world is holding Bif Bang Pow! ever closer to it's collective bosom. It's been a while since I've written, but trust me, with all we have going on in the next few months, you'll get plenty sick of my witty prose soon enough.
First news item is, not one, but TWO of our new figures making the PLAY list again in GEEK Magazine! You read that right, the latest and greatest issue of the coolest magazine on the stands, the one that's all about the NEW 'Star Trek' flick and has JJ Abrams on the cover, features our very own Prince Barin and Dexter Morgan figures, facing off with Indiana Jones and John Connor! I mean, I love Indy, and we all know what a temper Mr. Bale has, but I think Barin's laser rifle (and spiked-platform fighting skills) and Dexter's, well, killing compulsion, would have the edge in an all out war. But heck! Let's just grab the new 'Star Trek' phasers featured on the same page and make it a free for all!
So, my advice: before it all kicks off, I'd boldly go over to Entertainment Earth and order Barin and Dexter, because soon it'll be too late. You have been warned.
Thanks again GEEK! We couldn't ask for a better mag, and issue,
to be featured in!