DC Collectibles - Batman/Superman Wood Figures

Our new Batman and Superman figures are a chip off the old block... Literally! Look for our all new wood figures in your favorite comic or specialty store in December 2014.

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DC Collectibles: Spotlight on Sculptor Jack Mathews

It's time for another DC Collectibles Spotlight! Sculptor Jack Mathews is perhaps best known for his work in our DC Comics Cover Girls line, but he’s also sculpted many of the action figures in our ever popular DC Comics – The New 52 line. It’s clear Jack enjoys his work—it’s visible in the final product!—but if you’re curious about what else he enjoys, read on…

DC Collectibles: Checking Off (and Checking Out) the New 52 Line

When we announced The New 52 back in 2012, the focus was understandably on the comics. Fifty-two first issues is an impressive feat.  But it didn’t take long for The New 52 to permeate into other areas of the business, like DC Collectibles. After all, we love reading and watching super heroes fight, but we’re not ashamed to admit that we still like making them fight and there’s no  better way to do that than with a nice set of action figures. (You could do it with our statues as well, but we REALLY don’t recommend that. Seriously, don’t.

DC Collectibles: Spotlight on Sculptor Irene Matar

In our latest DC Collectibles Artist Spotlight, we speak with Irene Matar, the brilliant sculptor of our eagerly awaited Batman: The Animated Series action figures. Irene is an amazing talent and considering how popular this line is proving to be, we suspect you’ll be seeing her work in comic and specialty stores—and hopefully in your own collections—for some time to come.

DC Collectibles 101: Anatomy of an Action Figure

Most of us study human anatomy in high school or college. We learn about bones, muscles and tendons, which are the three building blocks of most joints.

Well, a good action figure has plenty of joints as well, and they’re worth knowing if you’re a collector. Fortunately, unlike human joints, which have names like acromioclavicular and carpometacarpal, our joints don’t sound like the sort of words Harry Potter and Voldemort might shout out while shooting their wands at each other. They have much simpler names, but they can do almost as much.

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