I should apologize for not getting a review up sooner. I just couldn't get to see it until it had been out a week. Nevertheless, I went to see one of the most talked about comic book films this month.
In Batman: Arkham Asylum, the game title that jumpstarted the critically acclaimed Batman Arkham game series, Batman must do all it takes to stop The Joker’s elaborate plot to destroy Gotham City with the terrifying TITAN drug! As the game’s main antagonist and mastermind of the evil plan, The Joker is menacing yet captivated many
Mezco has revealed new images and info for their upcoming One 12 Collective Joker figure. The Joker looks absolutely stunning and will make a fine addition to the growing DC One 12 Collective figure line. Check out the info and images below and place your pre-order today! Look for the Joker to ship between March and May of 2017 and he will retail for $75 USD.
Batman: The Killing Joke was available in select theaters July 25th and we got a chance to go see it. The film, as a whole, was nothing short of what you would expect from DC animation. Iconic panels from the graphic novel were nostalgic throughout and seeing it in motion with a full score made the entire experience new and refreshing. I remember being a younger comic book reader and this being on the list of Batman to read. I also remember it giving me more nightmares that Paranormal Activity did. Tonight (at 27 years old), I am worried about falling asleep.
The first Suicide Squad movie figure from Hot Toys has been revealed. They will be offering this as a Toy Fairs 2016 Exclusive. Check out the details for the Suicide Squad – The Joker Arkham Asylum Version 1/6 Scale Figure:
The Dark Knight gave us one of the most memorable Jokers on the movie screen. While there have been a lot of figures based on this version of the Joker, there haven't been too many highly detailed, movie accurate ones that didn't cost a couple of hundred dollars....until NECA made one. So for this week's Random Toys, we're looking at the NECA Joker.
In light of recent developments that take this story out of DC Continuity, I'm going to depart from my normal practice and actually review an old comic that is still in print. You can go down your local comic shop and probably find a copy at cover price.
Tula Lotay (artist website) CURB STOMP #1 BOOM! Studios The color palette here is striking in its eye-catching use of cyan blue, which contrasts nicely with the pink background. The splash of green keeps the foreground as the focus despite how much she is challenged by the blue-haired girl in roller skates. The characters obviously set a mood for the series, demanding attention in a way that displays youthful irreverence. (Image Source: BOOM! Studios)