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  What kind of battles are you going to have with this guy? Is it like, “ooooohh, my real estate office…”, “ooohhh, I’m a hospital administrator”? -Hagop’s Girlfriend It’s time for another review by my girlfriend. Today she lends her singular perspective to Mattel’s new Batman Legacy 2-pack featuring Prototype Suit Batman and Lt. Jim […]

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In today’s New York Times Magazine, Alex Pappademas argues for more variety and cinmeatic daring in our superhero movies. Citing X-Men: First Class as an example of a film that has a style and tone all its own, outside of the traditional constraints of a “superhero” movie, he laments that there aren’t more like it.  […]

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  I haven’t always been a huge fan of the way Mattel has handled the DC Comics toy license. I’ve taken them to task many times, particularly in regard to the DC Universe Classics 6” action figures. I’ve gone toe-to-toe with Scott, Bill, Eric, Dani, Brett…everyone involved in the line. In the end, while we […]

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DC + Seaworld + 1970s =

  Yes, please. [jyuenger.com]

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Enter THREE ways for a chance to win Masters of the Universe Classics King Hssss, DC Direct Brightest Day Hawkgirl, or 3 Marvel Universe Multiple Mans! One (1) winner for each item will selected at random from all entries. You must be at least 18 years of age to enter. YOU CAN ENTER TO WIN […]

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DC Gives Brush Off to Steve Rude

In my book, Steve Rude is one of the greats in the comic biz. Not merely an excellent draftsman and sequential storyteller, his art has a truly unique “voice”. Rude drifted away from comics when things started getting “gritty” and “mature” in the 90’s. It just wasn’t his bag. Now, according to a local Phoenix […]

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From the L.A. comedy troupe Frog Island, comes “A Toast To Green Lantern”. Enjoy.

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“I bet that we would be best friends, if I was a Green Lantern. ‘Cause we’d go to karaoke all the time.” -Hagop’s Girlfriend My girlfriend has a singular perspective on my action figure collection, and so I recently asked her to review the new Gigantic Battles Goliath and Clor set. Due to popular demand, […]

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Comic Series As Cheap Paperbacks

Remember the paperback editions of classic novels that were printed in the 1970s? Like the edition of Fahrenheit 451 that was shelved in yourmiddle-school library? There was a very particular sensibility to the graphic style of those editions. The folks over at Fonografiks have resurrected that style and used it to re-create classic comic series […]

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Scooby Doobie Doo JLU

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