A surefire highlight of Comic Con 2017 was Mondo’s next-level Batman: The Animated Series 1:6 action figure collection.
DC Comics proves that if you can’t continue producing a television series, the next best thing to do is keep it alive via the printed (or digital) page.
Warner Archive Collection continues its commitment to fulfilling the wishes of animation fans everywhere with the first-ever Blu-ray™ release of Justice League Unlimited: The Complete Series.
When I first saw the previews for Justice League: Gods and Monsters I was not that interested, but after watching the film it really changed my mind.
Can a hero become a monster? C. Thomas Howell, Sam Lui, Allan Burnett, Paget Brewster, Tamara Taylor, and Bruce Timm sat down to discuss their upcoming movie at Comic Con.
The Creeper is a great looking figure… who is nonetheless inhibited by shortcomings in his design.
DC Collectibles’ Batman: The Animated Series Man-Bat has a soft spot in my heart, and shapes why I am so critical of this property.
It has been said that a hero is only as good as his villain. DC Collectibles has given us arguably the most popular villain in their stable, and in his most critically-acclaimed style.
This is nicely shaping into the collection Bruce Timm-verse fans have been dreaming about.
DC Collectibles’ animated style Two Face looks great, but Big Bad Harv doesn’t quite measure up.
The new Batman Animated Series villain figure is one of DC Collectibles’ all-time best.
Bruce Timm’s take on Catwoman kicks off DC Collectibles’ Batman: The Animated Series collection.
DC Collectibles’ Bruce Timm animated Batman collection makes its stunning debut.
DC animation is about to get dark for Justice League: Gods and Monsters.
The Batman: Black and White line has always been fun to collect, and when you mix in the villains it just adds to the overall fun of the line. So how does Harley Quinn stack up next to the Bat?