For the past 75 years, the Joker and Catwoman have left their mark on the streets of Gotham—and in the hearts and minds of Batman fans. They’ve appeared in comics, film, TV and games and have been brought to life some of the most talented artists in the business. Everyone has their favorite take on the characters, whether it’s their original Golden Age design, the colorful camp of the 1966 Batman TV series, the whimsy of the Tim Burton Batman movies, the dark danger of their current personas or anything in between.
We all have our favorite comic book artists. They’re the ones with a style that breathes new life and energy into familiar characters, making you feel like you’re experiencing them for the first time. They transform their comic into a work of art that stands out from the other books on the racks, all while also speaking to you on a personal level, making your reaction and enjoyment of their work a truly unique experience.
Happy Friday, DC Collectors! We’ve been getting quite a few questions lately about the scale of our action figures. Seems like when we announced that our new Icons line of action figures will be at a 6-inch scale, more than a few of you worried that it meant we were doing away with our larger 6.75-inch figures.
Welcome back DC Collectibles fans! We are at week two of answering your 2015 NY Toy Fair questions. A lot of you asked about the New 52 Action Figure line and what will be happening going forward. Well, we can confirm that the New 52 line will end in mid-2015 after we release Harley Quinn, The Joker, John Stewart and Fan Poll winner, Poison Ivy.
Last week, we asked for your questions about the new DC Collectibles that were unveiled at Toy Fair, and ever since then, the queries have been rolling in. We thought we’d start with one of the most frequently asked: How many points of articulation will be included in the new DC Comics Icons Action Figure line?
Let me guess… You weren’t at Toy Fair. That’s not really surprising and is nothing to be ashamed of. Unlike, say, San Diego Comic-Con or South by South by Southwest, Toy Fair is a trade event. Industry professionals only.
But we don’t see why they should have all the fun.