This week is a huge folks. Tons of releases and plenty of books to snag. I sure hope you all went for the Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe again as the variants are hot. The regular cover is not doing so bad on it's own so don't count that one out just yet. The book was a fun read and this series should be a solid hit. Not much else has moved on the market with the new releases but if you manage to snag a 3rd print of Batman #24 I would do it.
Welcome to our second Needless Market Watch column folks! I hope you all had a great week and I sure hope you picked up that Elmer Fudd Batman crossover book. From what I saw, it sold out last week at all of my local shops and the online shops. It’s already pulling in $10-$20 bucks
DC Collectibles added a little bit of the future to their Batman Animated line with a Batman Beyond two pack. Today I'm taking a look at this two pack and everything it has to offer.
We’re starting a new column at Needless and the focus will be on what’s hot for the comic market. Every Wednesday, we will publish what we think could be hot based on advanced sales, pre-orders, artists and character/ story arc. The one thing to take away from this is we are fans first and foremost.
Finishing out our random look at Wolverine toys for this month's celebration, we're looking at a non-toy. The Wolverine From Then 'Til Now II trading card series by Comic Images. I know trading cards aren't toys, but rather than show off another Weapon X figure, I thought I'd share a Wolverine collectible that had a huge impact on me as a kid.
In the early to mid 90's Toy Biz ruled the aisles with their X-Men toyline of 5" figures. Today we're looking at one of my favorites from back then, Weapon X (AKA: 4th Edition Wolverine)
Continuing our Wolverine Celebration, we're looking at a sort of What If? styled toy. Diamond Select Toys answers the question: What if Mego had made a World's Greatest Super Heroes figure of Wolverine?
Since we are celebrating Wolverine, all of the Random Toys this month will have be Wolverine related. Starting us off is one of my favorite toys from my childhood, The X-Men Pocket Comic Danger Room playset from Toy Biz!
Lanard Toys just released it's Kong Skull Island toys based on the upcoming movie and what's a King Kong toyline without a giant Kong figure? Today we're looking at the Kong Skull Island Mega Figure!
Continuing our non-random string of Dark Crystal Reaction figures reviews, this week we're looking at one of the few villains in this line, the Chamberlain Skeksis!