DC Collectibles 101: Who Says Size Doesn't Matter?

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.

Collectible Close-Up: On Display at Toy Fair 2015

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.

Ask DC Collectibles: Quality Control, Sculpting Actors, New Products and More!

A week ago, when we first announced that we had hit 250,000 “likes” on our DC Collectibles Facebook page, we asked you to send us your questions about our products, our processes, or anything else you felt like! As always, you responded and we sent five of our favorite and most frequently asked questions to our Vice President of Creative Services, Kevin Kiniry, to answer.

DC Collectibles: Who's Our Newest Batman: The Animated Series Action Figure?

To celebrate reaching 250,000 Facebook fans, we promised you a full week of DC Collectibles awesomeness including five new product reveals. Well, we try not to disappoint, so we thought we’d start with the newest addition to our mega popular line of action figures based on Batman: The Animated Series: the Scarecrow!

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 All Access - Bonus Clip - Mondo Batman: TAS Vinyl Album REVEAL

Riddle me this, Bat-fans... When does music look as good as it sounds? When it comes packaged up in a limited edition Batman sleeve by Mondo! In this exclusive DC All Access bonus clip, Tiffany talks to Mondo CEO Justin Ishmael who gives us our first look at the five brand new Batman: The Animated Series sleeves they've produced in honor of Batman's 75th Anniversary.

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Available for sale on Preview Night / "Batman Day" 7/23

Harley Quinn
Artwork by Matt Taylor

Mr. Freeze
Artwork by Alan Hynes

Clayface
Artwork by Gary Pullin

Man-Bat
Artwork by Tom Whalen

The Joker
Artwork by Mike Mitchell

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Ask DC Collectibles: Facebook Frenzy!

Hi DC Collectors and Facebook fans! Welcome to the “100K Likes” edition of Ask DC Collectibles, our semi-regular question and answer feature here on DCComics.com. A week ago, we asked for your DC Collectibles questions and you responded by posting over 100 questions and comments on our Facebook page. That’s a lot to try and cover, but we love a good challenge. Let’s get to it!


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Kevin Conroy: The "Short" Interview

By now, most fans of Batman and exciting animation have seen the two era-spanning shorts produced by Bruce Timm and WB Animation in celebration of the Dark Knight’s 75th anniversary. We thought it would be fun and enlightening to sit down with Kevin Conroy for an interview about these two unique projects. Only, in staying true to the spirit of the shorts, we're keeping the interview brief. Three questions—one for each minute of animation!

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.

Eight of the Joker's Most Hilarious, Terrifying, and Hilariously Terrifying Jokes

All this month on DCComics.com we're celebrating the 75th Anniversary of one of the DC Universe's... no, all of comics... no, all of FICTION's most popular and recognizable characters: the Dark Knight himself, Batman!

It seems like just yesterday that billionaire Bruce Wayne made the totally sane and reasonable decision to avenge his parents' deaths by dressing up as a giant bat and combating the criminals of Gotham City.

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