Get ready for another adventure with your fave female barbarian with an exclusive first look at the covers for Red Sonja #60 from Dynamite Entertainment!  In this extra-sized anniversary issue, by Eric Trautmann and Patrick Berkenkotter, the feisty red-head up against some old enemies in a bloody showdown. Check out these stunning covers by Walter Geovani and Fabiano Neves -- then read on for more information about Red Sonja #60, hitting stands in May:

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Does anybody draw Thor like comic book legend Walter Simonson? Simonson's art graces the variant cover to "The Mighty Thor' #1, hitting stands this April! Take your first look at the cover below, then read on for more details about this historic issue.

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It's time for more good bloody fun with everybody's favorite vamp in "Vampirella" #7, coming out this May! The issue, written by Eric Trautmann and illustrated by Walter Geovani, focuses on Vampirella's mysterious ally Sofia in a tale that marks a newer and bloodier era in the title. Check out the exclusive cover art below from Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic, Ale Garza, and Fabiano Neves, and then read on for more info on the latest chapter of this hit comic book title from Dynamite Entertainment! (And don't forget that "Vampirella" #3 just hit stands this week!)

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Spidey joins the FF! New costumes! And the team deals with their recent loss. "FF" #1 is one of the most anxiously-awaited comics this year -- but you can get your First Look with this preview! Then read on for more details about "FF" #1, hitting stands on March 23!

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A week or so before this year’s Toy Fair, images started popping up over the internet showing much-debated images of Bandai’s ThunderCats toys. Once the photos had been leaked, toy collector forums instantly lit up as everyone weighed in on the highly anticipated new figures. Of course, everyone was excited at first, but then the naysayers began chiming in. Granted, Bandai America isn’t known for their collector figures, and generally cater more to the younger audience when it comes to play factor. Hell, even we were starting to become skeptical as the show drew closer. However, let us tell you that these ThunderCats toys are the real deal! Literally every single figure, regardless of scale, had us yearning to pose them. It took every drop of our meager willpower just to keep our hands off the display. Hal Jordan would be proud!

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MTV Geek is pleased to present you with the exclusive first peek at the Steve Niles and Kelley Jones comic book "Edge of Doom" #4 from IDW! Check out the preview below, then read on for more details about this chilling tale coming out next week!

Read An Exclusive Preview Of "Edge of Doom" #4 Here!

Solicitation Info:
EDGE OF DOOM #4 (of 5)

Steve Niles (w) • Kelley Jones (a & c)

Our hosts of horror Steve Niles and Kelley Jones have cooked up a chilling tale filled to the brim of shock and awesomeness... an FBI agent named Pete is being taken on his last boat ride on the bayou, as his cover is blown and his now former buddies in the mob are making sure he never talks again! It being their favorite “dumping grounds” for situations like this… they may just discover that tonight might prove to be one too many bodies for the swamp to accommodate.

FC • 32 pages • $3.99

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"Who Are The Worthy?" is the tagline for the first issue of Marvel's "Fear Itself" event:

Solicitation Info:
Who Are The Worthy?

FEAR ITSELF #1 (OF 7) (FEB110500)
Written by MATT FRACTION
Pencils by STUART IMMONEN
Cover by STEVE McNIVEN
Variant Covers by STUART IMMONEN
FF Anniversary Variant by PAOLO RIVERA
Blank Cover Also Available
Rated T+ .$3.99
FOC-3/7/11, On-Sale-4/6/11

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Hasbro’s biggest showing this year went to the Transformers! With Transformers Prime currently airing on the Hub Channel, and Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon revving up to hit theaters on July 1st there was just no escaping the draw of those shiny, metal alien overlords… errr, protectors. We meant, ”protectors”. The biggest surprise from the show didn’t come from the toys however, because parked outside the Times Center was none other than Optimus Prime himself, complete with trailer!

Granted, it did take an actual Transformer being present to pull away any excitement about the toys which are really a step above what was seen with the previous 2 films. There are two lines of figures: the Mechtech, and Cyberverse assortments and look to be what most collector’s desire from their Autobot and Decepticon toys. The Transformers Prime figures, which MTV Geek has previously reported on, were also present and look even better in person. It’s really amazing just how show accurate they are able to get the figures and still allow for articulation and proper transforming. This is definitely shaping up to be a huge year for Transformers fans, and we are right there with ya! Most of the toys are scheduled to start hitting stores in May, while larger items like the Ultimate Optimus Prime and The Ark playset will be released soon after the film.

Let's first take a look at the Transformers 3: Dark of the Moon Cyberforce sets:

Cyberverse Action Sets

Bumblebee:

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Hasbro’s Collector-Fan Media Day had so many exciting reveals that it’s tough to categorize them by importance. However, we here at MTV Geek were patiently awaiting any and all news on 2012’s relaunch of 6” Marvel Legends to the action figure aisle. Although no photography was allowed during the slide presentation, we can fill you in on the info, and show off Hasbro’s Marvel Legend predecessor, the 6” Iron Man line.

At the presentation, a 6” Marvel Legends figure was shown, and it was epic! Thor stood there stoically on the screen wearing the uniform he is currently seen sporting in his Marvel Comics’ appearances. Both the sculpt and paint deco were very detailed, and it was announced that he will kick off the line as one of this year’s San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives! It was also hinted that he would feature special packaging with possible light and sound features. The only other ML reveal was an early look at a computer-aided sculpt for an Ultimate Hawkeye figure. He appeared to be garbed in his uniform from Ultimates III which includes the bullseye-emblazoned full-face mask. His tentative accessories were also pictured, including 2 crossbow pistols. While this was an extremely unpolished sneak peek, we really like the way Marvel Legends seems to be headed! Geez, the line doesn’t see actual release until 2012, so the apocalypse better just hold of for a while, cause we have to own these!

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Back in the early 80’s, Star Wars: Return of the Jedi had a very different moniker. Yep, right up until its initial release, Episode 6 was better known as “Revenge of the Jedi”. Why change the title? Oh right, that whole thing with Jedi being peace-loving, non-revenge-getting hippies! What’s the use of having a stinkin’ lightsaber if you can’t use it to reap tons and tons of hardcore revenge?! Oh well, everyone can’t be as enlightened as us in such matters. Hasbro has decided it’s high time “Revenge” is celebrated with some cool new action figure releases!

At Hasbro’s Collector-Fan Media Day, it was unveiled that there will be 12 new Vintage figures released on the Revenge of the Jedi cardback. Not only that, but they’re going to be chase figures randomly packed in case assortments. We were told that the Revenge figures wouldn’t be quite as hard to find as the Treasure Hunt versions of old; but, we don’t foresee finding all 12 out in the wilds of the local toy aisles to be an easy accomplishment. The 12 figures are: Jedi Luke Skywalker, Stormtrooper, Endor Han Solo, R2-D2, Darth Vader, B-Wing Pilot, Admiral Akbar, Boba Fett, Endor Rebel Trooper, Wicket, Slave Leia, & a Tie Fighter Pilot.

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Marvel’s Captain America: The First Avenger battles its way to the big screen on July 22nd, and Hasbro is set to deploy a whole brigade of new 3 ¾” figures based on Cap’s movie and comic appearances! Cap’s supporting cast of heroes and villains are also seeing the light of day as action figures with such standouts as Captain Britain and the mercenary Crossbones. U.S.Agent, Bucky Cap, and the Winter Soldier are but a few more of the standouts, not mentioning all of the toys bearing a striking resemblance to Chris Evans. These guys are set to invade store shelves this Spring!

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The 2011 American International Toy Fair is but mere days away, and we are gonna be right in the thick of things as we bring you the most comprehensive coverage as humanly possible… well, as humanly possible for a bunch of people with their faces melted off thanks to the sheer unabashed magnitude of the toy reveals We’ve scheduled booth tours, tons of interviews, and will have a purely ridiculous amount of video and photos to satiate even the most toy-collecting diehard’s hunger for that sweet new plastic need! In fact, we’ve put together a completely random list of highlights we’re looking forward to having burned into the very core of your retinas, right here on MTV Geek.

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The team that brought you the classic "Marvels" returns with a super salute to Jack Kirby and the Kirbyverse via Dynamite Entertainment: "Kirby: Genesis." This May, Kurt Busiek and Alex Ross -- along with Jack Herbert on finished art over layouts by Ross -- introduce Kirby heroes like Silver Star, Captain Victory, and others to a new generation of fans. And to make it easy for new readers to jump on, the 32-page first issue will have a $1.00 introductory price.

Check out this mind-blowing sample of preview art, and then read on for more details on "Kirby: Genesis"

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Dark Horse Comics is collaborating with Nickelodeon for a publishing program based on the Emmy Award-winning animated series "Avatar: The Last Airbender." The first comic book will be available May 7th on Free Comic Book Day, and will feature two short stories: the “Relics” and "Dirty Is Only Skin Deep..." Then in July "Avatar: The Last Airbender—The Lost Adventures" will hit stands, an all-new 240-page comic book containing reprints from the long-out-of-print Nickelodeon Magazine and over 70 pages of never-before-seen material.

Rounding out the collaboration, Dark Horse will also publish in 2012 digest-sized original Airbender graphic novels with all-new stories. Take a look below for a sneak-peek at the covers for "Avatar: The Last Airbender" Free Comic Book Day edition, and "Avatar: The Last Airbender—The Lost Adventures," -- and then read on for more details! Read More...

Bluewater Productions sent over an exclusive full issue of its lastest, asskicking female-fronted series, Judo Girl!

According to the Bluewater Productions website, Judo Girl is about:

Adjusting to life iof modern day is one thing. Fighting the female assassin Silencer is another. Worse, one of Judo Girl's (Diana Moore) most dangerous adversaries from the 1960s resurfaces to complicate her life, Lincoln Stanley, aka Hep Cat. Has he really reformed, as he claims, or is he back to his old tricks?

Click the image below to read Judo Girl #1 in full before it hits shelves on February 23!

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