For DC Collectibles and DC Collectors, the past few years have been pretty great. Not only are we producing a more diverse and all encompassing selection of statues and action figures than ever before, but we’ve done it while really getting to know our fans, both at conventions and on our Facebook page.
SPOILER ALERT: If you have not read BATMAN #35 yet and do not wish to know what happens, stop reading this post now (major spoilers ahead!).
From the superstar creative team that brought you a new start to the Caped Crusader comes the story that could end the Dark Knight. The biggest, deadliest and most epic story yet from writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo – “Batman: Endgame” begins here!
If you’re a Batman or a Joker fanatic, you’ve likely been eyeing the BATMAN: DEATH OF THE FAMILY BOOK AND JOKER MASK SET. It’s now available in stores and comes with a copy of Batman Vol. 3: Death of the Family and a Joker mask. But if you want the rest of the Joker's costume you'll have to assemble it yourself. Here's how...
Welcome back to DCU, students. Our summer term is now in session. As you may recall, last semester Professor Bruce Wayne taught us all about the anatomy of action figures, covering the four common action figure joints and illustrating where each one could be found by way of a handy, beautifully designed chart.
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.
After last month’s future-set spoiler issue, this week’s BATMAN #29 marks the return of “Zero Year” and the conclusion of the storyline’s second chapter, “Dark City.” If you’ve been reading, you know that the still pretty untested Dark Knight has been dealing with no shortage of problems, including a city-wide blackout, a major storm and plenty of trouble from the Gotham City Police Department. However, most disturbing of all may be the grotesquely malformed corpses that have been popping up around the city—the gruesome calling card of a previously unheard of villain known as Doctor Death.