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Attention Space Ranger Recruits!  The next big Disney Pixar animated movie, Lightyear–a science fiction adventure reboot/origin story/prequel of sorts with Chris Evans as the voice of Buzz Lightyear of Toy Story fame–is right around the corner, coming to theaters in June.  Sure to be one of this summer’s blockbusters, the film’s previews (see below) have shown some cutting-edge animation, and it will have a musical score by Michael Giacchino, who, in addition to creating some great scores in past years, is the current go-to guy for movies, creating music for all the big recent and forthcoming genre movies, like Spider-Man: No Way Home, The Batman, Jurassic World Dominion, and Thor: Love and Thunder.

To get kids young and old ready for the movie, toymaker Super7 is using a bundle scheme first made famous back in 1977 for Star Wars–the infamous Kenner Early Bird Certificate Kit–which was quickly designed to get revenues and a Star Wars tie-in gift in time for Christmas 1977, despite the fact the action figures weren’t ready to ship yet.  Super7 is doing a similar promotion for Lightyear.  The Early Enlistment Bundle for Lightyear is a limited edition set of ReAction Figures with special bonus items only available through its offer at Super7.com.

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Toymaker Super7 looks to have outdone itself this year with its new licenses.  The most surprising–and interesting–are two lines of action figures featuring the late martial artist, martial arts instructor, actor, director, screenwriter, producer, and philosopher Bruce Lee.  First up is one or more figures coming in the 3.75-inch retro-Kenner style ReAction line (just imagine the Star Wars cantina’s bounty hunters when your Bruce Lee walks in).  Super7 has only released a teaser image (above) of a cardback from this line.

But in its Ultimates line, check out a host of images, figure accessories, extra hands and heads, packaging, and more below.  These are available for pre-order now here at Entertainment Earth.  These look fantastic, right down to Bruce’s trademark yellow Onitsuka Tigers from his final, unfinished film, Game of Death.

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