Welcome back to Toy Aisle, io9's roundup of the sweet toys and merchandise we’ve seen this week. We’ve got a magical Doctor Strange figure, a rather large Homecoming Spider-Man, and a miserable way to treat your favorite astromech unit. Also: Legend of Zelda Clue. No, really!
A new comic book series based on Clue, the classic “whodunnit” board game turned comedy movie, will be sparking mystery as soon as it hits the shelves.
Clue, the shining example that all board game movies (if they have to exist at all) should strive to emulate, is getting a remake.
Last year ThinkGeek created a fake version of Clue featuring characters and locales from Game of Thrones for April Fools’ Day. It was a fun prank but also a damn good idea. Which is probably why over a year later there’s now an official version of Game of Thrones Clue that lets players figure out who in Westeros is a…
I think it was Inara, in the passenger dorm, with the teapot. Wait, what?
Up until a few weeks ago, I'd never seen the Clue movie, and I'll admit I was skeptical. After all, Battleship came out not that long ago. Obviously, I was pleasantly surprised because Clue rocks.
Enver Gjokaj played Victor (and a whole bunch of other characters) on Joss Whedon's much-missed show Dollhouse. Now he's following in Whedon's footsteps, launching a new webseries called Previously On Point Dume. He told us it's "Twin Peaks meets Clue."
You are undoubtedly familiar with the classic board game Clue. But did you know you've been enjoying the sissy luddite version for all these years? Because you have been. The new version uses texting! Texting!
With the success of Monsters Vs. Aliens at the box office this weekend, 3-D movies are now firmly back with mainstream audiences. But what other movie fads could be resurrected in a similar fashion?
You may be sick of superhero movies this summer, but don't worry, the zeitgeist is already shifting. What started with the success of last year's Transformers movie - and will continue with next year's GI Joe - is just the start of what Hasbro are hoping will be the next big movie trend: Toy Movies.