Wide Range of New Toys and Collectibles Inspired by DC Entertainment Comics, Video Games, Film and TV Properties Set to Debut in 2013
We love comic books. Clearly. Just look at the piles of single issues stacked on our desks like the world’s most psychotically dangerous game of Jenga. Or take a gander at the literal butt ton (approximately 2.5 pancake pounds for your metric folks out there) of trade paperbacks lining our bookshelves. (Don’t look in the closet though. You don’t want to know what’s in there.)
Welcome back to Spoiler Alert, our monthly feature where we tease a cool new, as-yet-unannounced product from DC Collectibles and then invite you to try to guess what it is. Sound simple? Then clearly you haven’t tried it yet.
Daffy Duck gives Porky Pig a literal “crash” course in driving! Will Porky survive the wild ride? Meanwhile, Bugs Bunny hatches a plan to get rid of his greasy new fast food restaurant neighbors, McArtery Clogs. What crazy disguises will this rascally rabbit come up with next?! And after his disastrous lesson with Daffy, Porky Pig decides to buy his first car.
Figures that Rotworld would hit right before Valentine’s Day. It’s the one day of the year where your honey is pretty much guaranteed to be in the mood for some snuggling, and yet there’s a fairly good chance (if the pages of Animal Man and Swamp Thing are to be believed) that he or she may develop a case of the worst acne in history while beginning to overemphasize any s-sounds.
For months, the two elemental sides of life in the DC Universe – the Red and the Green – have been coming together to defeat the Rot. This month, issues #17 of ANIMAL MAN and SWAMP THING serve as the official “Rotworld” finales. And in March, issues #18 of both series will be “Rotworld” epilogues, marking the ultimate conclusion for this monumental crossover event.
Batman. Superman. The Joker. Lex Luthor. When these heroes and villains meet, they don’t play around. Except maybe when they’re made out of LEGO bricks.
Since the launch of DC COMICS-THE NEW 52 in September of 2011, prolific writer and comic book industry legend Grant Morrison has been writing the adventures of Superman in ACTION COMICS.
Mystery Inc. heads down to New Orleans and discovers a curse of zombie-fying proportions! Can the gang crack the case before turning into zombies themselves? Meanwhile, in another mystery that needs solving, the gang visits Freddie’s childhood friend and the legendary pirate ship, the Black Mirage!