McFarlane Toys’ 2019 showcase left us impressed… and even more eager for 2020’s first of the McFarlane DC action figures.
From WWE to Jurassic World, to the final year of DC Comics toys, Mattel’s Toy Fair showroom was a strong showing.
If you are a fan of the 80’s DC world then you know who the Wonder Twins are, and they are being brought in to the modern DC Universe with some teen drama.
Too many people are talking about how Netflix or Disney is screwing over it’s fans, but I say take them all back MCU. Give the full roster to Feige and lets build a universe.
A guy who dresses as a bat and runs around the city beating people up surely has some issues, but has Batman finally lost all control? Beware…spoilers for the last few issues inside.
Diamond Select Toys newest round of DC Vinimates focus on the main man in Gotham and some of the ladies who help protect the streets.
Gamestop teamed up with DC Collectibles to bring fans of Batman a statue that captures the hero in action.
The Joker gets the deluxe treatment from Mezco Toys, and is in just as high demand as the first version.
This week is a big one for comic and specialty shops, as they welcome some very important guests into their stores!
There was one booth at SDCC that never slowed down not even at 4 pm on Sunday, LEGO.
There is no doubt the lack of DC figures at retail has been sad, Mattel might change that this year.
Aquaman finally gets the origin story he deserves!
There is hands down no one better to be Shazam than Zachary Levi!
One of the coolest thing to come out of day one of SDCC was the Titans trailer!
This year as a Free Comic Book Day bonus Diamond Select Toys put out a Vinimate 2 pack of Nightwing and Batgirl. It arrived a little late but worth the wait.