DC Collectibles: 75 Years, 75 Batman Action Figures

A week ago, as part of Batman Month, we made this little video looking at a few highlights from our many, many Dark Knight action figures. We had fun putting it together, you seemed to have fun watching it, and a few people over here had FAR too much fun playing with all of the action figures. However, the title of the video was definitely a little misleading. We didn't have time to show you 75 different Batman figures. Not as a video.

DC Collectibles - Batman: 75 Years, 75 Action Figures

In honor of Batman's 75th Anniversary, DC Collectibles is proud to present "Batman: 75 Years, 75 Action Figures," a video timeline highlighting some of the key Batman action figures we've released throughout the years. From the DC Direct days to the present and off into the future, Batman continues to be one of our favorite and most popular subjects!

So what do you think? Does Owlman count as one of the Batman action figures? Visit our Facebook page and let us know what you think: https://www.facebook.com/DCCollectibles

Batman: An Anniversary of Action Figures

So, we have this hero that wears a lot of black and he’s celebrating a little anniversary this year. Seventy-five years… Ring any bells?

Yes, of course we’re talking about Batman. We’ve been talking about Batman all month long here on DCComics.com, and for good reason. He’s one of the most popular characters in fiction. Not just in comic fiction—fiction period. Batman’s been around longer than most of us, and yet he’s more popular than ever. That’s why we’re having this 75th anniversary celebration.

Batman: The Animated Series Action Figures – A First Look at Two-Face and Mr. Freeze

Earlier this year, DC Collectibles announced that they would be releasing a new line of action figures based on the highly influential and almost universally beloved Batman: The Animated Series. Fans were excited, and so were we. In fact, after we heard the news, we held an entire weeklong event here on DCComics.com to celebrate the series.

DC Collectibles - The Sandman: Overture Statue

Who says that Dreams can never be real? Certainly not the fine folks at DC Collectibles, who present their gorgeous new Sandman: Overture statue here for the first time. Based on the art of J.H. Williams III and the creativity of Neil Gaiman, look for this compelling new statue in comic and specialty stores September, 2014.

DC Collectibles: A Conversation With Infinite Crisis's Jeffrey Steefel

With fun, uniquely different takes on some of DC Comics most beloved heroes and villains, it was only a matter of time until we gave the champions of Infinite Crisis the DC Collectibles action figure treatment. First unveiled at Toy Fair in February, this eagerly awaited new line of figures is set to make a splash later this year with an initial wave of figures that include Atomic Green Lantern, Mecha Wonder Woman, Pajama Party Harley Quinn, Atomic Poison Ivy and Renaissance Batman.

DC Collectibles - A Look at Jim Lee's DC Comics Busts

Designed exclusively for DC Collectibles by Jim Lee, the bestselling line of DC Comics Super Heroes busts continues all throughout 2014! In this exclusive video, get a first look at the upcoming Harley Quinn bust (available in September, 2014) and a look at Lee's design for the next bust in the line--the Flash!

For busts and other great DC Collectibles: http://www.shopdccollectibles.com

DC Collectibles Question Roundup: You Ask, We Answer!

You guys ask some good questions. You know that, right? Whether it’s in person at conventions, on the DC Collectibles Facebook page, or even right here on DCComics.com, you’re never afraid to speak up. With so many great new lines of DC Collectibles on the horizon, and so many cool statues and action figures in stores now, it’s hardly surprising that the level of questions we’ve been getting has been pretty high.

DC Collectibles: And the Winning Mera Is...

Hey everyone!

Thanks so much for voting on your favorite DC Comics Bombshell Mera design. After tallying the votes through our official DCComics.com poll and after hearing your input and comments on multiple other sites, we have a winner! Look at the results below...

Concept A: 1,371

Concept B: 822

Concept C: 1,337

That's right, it was very close, but the winner is Concept A!

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