Exclusive First Look At Singing And Dancing DJ Bumblebee Toy

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Exclusive First Look At Singing And Dancing DJ Bumblebee Toy

A few days ago, we had the exclusive first look at a few figures from Hasbro's Transformers: Generations War for Cybertron – Siege line. Well, we're back at it again. This time we have a quick glimpse at Hasbro's new DJ Bumblebee figure. This oddball toy actually records your voice and then remixes that audio to the tune of one of three songs: Aerosmith's Walk This Way, Young MC's Bust A Move, or the original Transformers theme song.

This dancing bee won't be available until winter 2018, but you can get an early look at it if you're traveling to San Diego Comic Con this week. Here's the full descrition from Hasbro:

Transformers: Bumblebee – DJ Bumblebee Drop the beat with the DJ Bumblebee figure. Using Sing-Back Tech, this figure records kids’ voices, and then plays back the soundbite in sync with 1 of 3 awesome tracks. Kids control the mix – move the figure’s left arm to switch songs and right arm to control the tempo. Figure comes pre-loaded with music clips Walk This Way, originally by Aerosmith, Bust A Move, originally by Young MC, and the original G1 Transformers Robots in Disguise theme song. The DJ Bumblebee figure also dances to the beat during playback. Product does not convert, but can still mix it up.

South Park: Fractured But Whole Gets New DLC, Stick Of Truth Coming To Switch

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South Park: Fractured But Whole Gets New DLC, Stick Of Truth Coming To Switch

Ubisoft announced a bevy of South Park news today, starting with new DLC coming to The Fractured But Whole at the end of this month.

Titled Bring the Crunch, the new DLC for the South Park sequel brings an entirely new story campaign to the game, as well as introducing a new class to its battle system. The title refers to Mint-Berry Crunch, an alien from Kokujon, who has joined up with the game's ragtag group of superheroes. The team investigates mysterious happenings at the idyllic sleepaway camp Lake Tardicaca, setting the stage for the new content and providing context for the new Final Girl job class.

The DLC is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on July 31 and will cost $11.99.

South Park: Fractured But Whole Gets New DLC, Stick Of Truth Coming To Switch

about X hours ago from
South Park: Fractured But Whole Gets New DLC, Stick Of Truth Coming To Switch

Ubisoft announced a bevy of South Park news today, starting with new DLC coming to The Fractured But Whole at the end of this month.

Titled Bring the Crunch, the new DLC for the South Park sequel brings an entirely new story campaign to the game, as well as introducing a new class to its battle system. The title refers to Mint-Berry Crunch, an alien from Kokujon, who has joined up with the game's ragtag group of superheroes. The team investigates mysterious happenings at the idyllic sleepaway camp Lake Tardicaca, setting the stage for the new content and providing context for the new Final Girl job class.

The DLC is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC on July 31 and will cost $11.99.

Here's What You Can Expect From The Upcoming Aquaman Movie

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Here's What You Can Expect From The Upcoming Aquaman Movie

One by one, the members of the Justice League are getting their own standalone movies. That means Aquaman gets one too. On December 21, you are invited to travel to Atlantis (which is apparently a society overrun by sharks, if the teaser image tells any kind of story) to witness Arthur Curry's return. Warner Bros. Pictures today released the first official description for the film on a new Aquaman website:

The always-great Jason Momoa reprises his role as Curry, and is joined by Amber Heard as Mera, Patrick Wilson as Orm the Ocean Master, Dolph Lundgren as Nereus, and Willem Dafoe as Vulko. We're also going to meet Curry's parents. Nicole Kidman is his mom Atlanna, and the mold used for Boba Fett, Temuera Morrison, is his dad Tom. The arrival of a website usually means a trailer is imminent. Through Twitter, director James Wan revealed we'll see it this Saturday.

Here's What You Can Expect From The Upcoming Aquaman Movie

about X hours ago from
Here's What You Can Expect From The Upcoming Aquaman Movie

One by one, the members of the Justice League are getting their own standalone movies. That means Aquaman gets one too. On December 21, you are invited to travel to Atlantis (which is apparently a society overrun by sharks, if the teaser image tells any kind of story) to witness Arthur Curry's return. Warner Bros. Pictures today released the first official description for the film on a new Aquaman website:

The always-great Jason Momoa reprises his role as Curry, and is joined by Amber Heard as Mera, Patrick Wilson as Orm the Ocean Master, Dolph Lundgren as Nereus, and Willem Dafoe as Vulko. We're also going to meet Curry's parents. Nicole Kidman is his mom Atlanna, and the mold used for Boba Fett, Temuera Morrison, is his dad. The arrival of a website usually means a trailer is imminent. Through Twitter, director James Wan revealed we'll see it this Saturday.

Batwoman TV Show Joins The CW's Ever-Expanding Arrow-Verse

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Batwoman TV Show Joins The CW's Ever-Expanding Arrow-Verse

We knew Batwoman would be a focus in this fall's large Arrow-Verse crossover event running between Arrow, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and The Flash, but we now now this origin story will give way to a full series. In a story on TV Line, The CW revealed Batwoman is a forthcoming standalone series penned by Carline Dries, who previously worked on The Vampire Diaries.

The Bat family almost has too many members to count now, but Batwoman (also known as Katherine "Kate" Kane) has always been one of the more interesting players within it, often veering away from the typical superhero action to focus on detective work. She already has a tie with the Arrow-verse in Margaret "Maggie" Sawyer, a long-time love interest of Kane's, who has been in episodes of Supergirl.

We'll have to wait to see what The CW does with this character, who has yet to be cast. The official description for the show reads:

Batwoman TV Show Joins The CW's Ever-Expanding Arrow-Verse

about X hours ago from
Batwoman TV Show Joins The CW's Ever-Expanding Arrow-Verse

We knew Batwoman would be a focus in this fall's large Arrow-Verse crossover event running between Arrow, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and The Flash, but we now now this origin story will give way to a full series. In a story on TV Line, The CW revealed Batwoman is a forthcoming standalone series penned by Carline Dries, who previously worked on The Vampire Diaries.

The Bat family almost has too many members to count now, but Batwoman (also known as Katherine "Kate" Kane) has always been one of the more interesting players within it, often veering away from the typical superhero action to focus on detective work. She already has a tie with the Arrow-verse in Margaret "Maggie" Sawyer, a long-time love interest of Kane's, who has been in episodes of Supergirl.

We'll have to wait to see what The CW does with this character, who has yet to be cast. The official description for the show reads:

Batwoman TV Show Joins The CW's Ever-Expanding Arrow-Verse

about X hours ago from
Batwoman TV Show Joins The CW's Ever-Expanding Arrow-Verse

We knew Batwoman would be a focus in this fall's large Arrow-Verse crossover event running between Arrow, DC's Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, and The Flash, but we now now this origin story will give way to a full series. In a story on TV Line, The CW revealed Batwoman is a forthcoming standalone series penned by Carline Dries, who previously worked on The Vampire Diaries.

The Bat family almost has too many members to count now, but Batwoman (also known as Katherine "Kate" Kane) has always been one of the more interesting players within it, often veering away from the typical superhero action to focus on detective work. She already has a tie with the Arrow-verse in Margaret "Maggie" Sawyer, a long-time love interest of Kane's, who has been in episodes of Supergirl.

We'll have to wait to see what The CW does with this character, who has yet to be cast. The official description for the show reads: