The battle of the imports continues to grow as each attempts one up the other. This time it seems Revoltech has got the advantage with Ultron.
DC has done it again with adding to its already impressive animated line up. Batman: Bad Blood takes a few New 52 story lines and mashes them together for this 70 minute animated feature.
Let’s face it– the New 52 was very serious in tone, art, and content. How did DC try to fix this? They gave us Harley Quinn, but a different version than seen in Suicide Squad and the Batman titles. Instead we got a Deadpool-ish version of Harley and it worked.
Bandai/Tamashii Nations hit a small gold mine when they secured the Star Wars license. What started as a trickle has turned into a flood of amazing action figures based on the most beloved saga of all time.
Batman Beyond is a hidden gem in the the comic book world. Batman Beyond 2.0 lets readers get a jump start on a great character with a new creative team!
Kotobukiya has always given fans quality sculpts and amazing details. The newest Arkham Knight series statues takes them to the next level of awesome.
2015 was full of AMAZING toys from the other side of the globe. Here are the ones that lead the pack!
I’m a regular reader of the Superman/Batman books, and they are usually great stories, heavy on the action and adventure. This one delves into much deeper territory, concerning worship, and what that means.
Want a more updated look on how Venom became one of Spidey’s most dangerous villains? Check out this book.
DC has had a string of bad luck when it comes to BIG events in their comics. Can Robin War break that bad taste Convergence left in our mouths? I think it will.
With all the new hype about Netflix’s new Jessica Jones series, I wanted to get to know our hero a little better.
DC Comics reboots Batgirl… again. I still don’t know if it was necessary, but despite my personal issues, the book was still a good read.
Bandai/Tamashii Nations S.H. Figuarts brand continues to produce amazing products of some of pop cultures greatest icons. You can tell the Force was with them when these Star Wars figures were produced.
It ‘s no secret that the rights to the Star Wars franchise has landed back in Marvel’s hands. Dark Horse had an awesome run with the license, so it was interesting to see what direction Marvel was planning to take us.
A few weeks ago, DC Collectibles released a Batman statue from the Black and White series based on Carlos D’Anda’s concept art from the Arkham Asylum video game that was not far off from the original release. Here is D’Anda’s version of Scarecrow and I have to say it’s very haunting to look at.