The end is nigh… and Mattel’s new Doomsday Unleashed is the perfect figure for the occasion.
Mattel’s SDCC exclusive containment suit Doomsday is the perfect primer for the final figure in the DC Universe Classics collection.
Also, coincidentally, the one we need right now.
Mattel made some waves with the reveal of their Super Powers collection, a send off to the long running DC Universe Classics collection. In this edition of Ask Mattel we get some new details on that set of figures and more.
Mattel shares some insight into the end of the DC Universe Classics collection, and announces a surprise coming to NYCC next fall.
Lord help me, I kinda like them.
Presenting the last Club Infinite Earths figure anyone cares about.
It’s time for another batch of answers from Mattel. This time out, we get insight into what accessories might come with the 2014-15 MOTU figures, an update on the hypothetical DCUC style He-Man and lots more… Read on for all the answers!
DC’s Club Infinite Earths will come to an end in 2013. We’ve seen six figures that would have seen release next year, along with several other Classics that have gone unreleased… so where does Mattel’s 6″ DC Universe go from here?
Mattel delivers the Jason Todd figure nobody really wanted in this month’s installment of DC Infinite Earths.
The 2013 DC Club Infinite Earths incentive set delivers the founders of the Brotherhood of Evil, Monsieur Mallah and the Brain, and this villainous duo is a more than welcome addition to Mattel’s DC Universe collection.
The Orange Lantern makes his DC Universe debut as the April subscription release, and he’s a surprisingly great figure.
Longtime Justice Leaguer the Elongated Man makes his way to Mattel’s DC Universe as the March installment in Club Infinite Earths.
One of the best Vertigo characters ever was crusading gonzo journalist Spider Jerusalem, star of Warren Ellis and Darick Robertson’s brilliant Transmetropolitan. Spider was only released once in toy form, so it seemed like time to do a modern take.
Phantom Stranger helps bulk up the occult corner of the DC Universe.