Director Matt Reeves recently released images of the new Batmobile from Robert Pattinson’s upcoming Batman movie due out June 25th, 2021… and folks, it looks Amazing. The super crazy futuristic Batmobiles of recent movies gone by, are taking a back seat to a much more “realistic” looking tricked-out muscle car. The word on the street
McFarlane has revealed the first DC Comics offerings and these look awesome! Coming very soon is a solid mix of both multiverse and animated figures. The one thing to remember is this is just a start. There will be plenty more coming. In fact check out the press release sent over by McFarlane Toys for
Holy cow Batman, IGN has shared news that McFarlane Toys will produce DC Comics action figures starting in 2020! This agreement will be 3 years and it will give McFarlane the ability to produce figures based on the comics, movies, and video games. According to their report, the license will allow McFarlane Toys to produce 6″ to 12″ scale “ultra-poseable” action figures,
At Wal-Marts all over the country, DC Comics makes stories available featuring their greatest heroes. The general purpose seems to be to get comics in the hands of new readers, perhaps even those that do not have easy access to a comic book shop. The general public will read this as "kids," and in some cases, they're not far off. That's why it's disturbing that the original content offered up in Superman Giant #7 is literally twelve pages of Lois Lane being repeatedly tortured and murdered.
As I’ve said before, I’ve tried to keep a pattern to Reviews of Old Comics, but the last attempt to write a DC review that wasn’t the Legion was so daunting that it delayed the schedule for three weeks. For me to write these regularly, and have something every week, especially for Patreon supporters, it
Mezco will be releasing a new One:12 Collective Batman: Sovereign Knight Batman figure and this one looks incredible. This will be a Previews Exclusive and if you missed the last PX exclusive, then this is the one you will want to get. This release will be loaded folks and to me, this version seems to
Jack Kirby was called the King for a reason. After leaving Marvel, he went to DC and in the space of four years, he drew an average of over two dozen pages of comics a day. He created two legendary mythologies, the New Gods and the Great Disaster. The Great Disaster consisted of Kamandi, and
One of the highlights from Toy Fair was the DC Collectibles Artist Alley line of statues. In fact, DC gave press a special Chris Uminga Batman statue. This line of statues offers a ton of options depending on taste. It will be a tough choice as you can pick from Chris Umunga, Nooligan and Sho
DST had some new reveals at Toy Fair 2018. While most of these items made it on social media, seeing them in person was well worth the wait. Folks, I would jump on both the DC and Marvel $45 statue line.