Head on over to TheShortBox.com where we attempt to answer the question. DC has attempted to ‘de-age’ their heroes with the New 52 reboot. The stumbling block for Batman? Robin, Robin, and Robin.
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Today we’re happy to bring you a first-look review of the Batman Mega Mini Kits from Running Press, including the Bat-Signal and Batmobile! Click, to read on!
Over at the Voice, Ward Sutton (of Sutton Impact) was inspired by DC Comics’ recent reboot to spoof the Presidential contenders in the DC Comic medium: This fall, in an effort to breathe new life into a roster of all-too-familiar characters and tired rivalries, DC Comics instigated a “reboot” …if it worked for superheroes, could [...]
Warner Brothers has teamed with the Australian Transport Authority to bring drivers down there DC Superhero license plates. the vehicle license plates on offer [include Superman], Supergirl, Batman, Green Lantern, The Flash and Wonder Woman. “The superhero plates are great value and start at just $200 for customers to upgrade a general issue plate with [...]
The reaction to DC Comics’ “New 52″ reboot has been mixed, to say the least. Sales are up for the month, with many issues selling out and going into multiple printings. But the real test will come in the next few months as we see if those numbers hold up for issues #2, #3, etc. [...]
Ever since DC Comics announced the reboot of their entire comic book line coming in September, collectors of DC merchandise have wondered how it will affect their hobby. Collectors of the four year old DC Universe Classics line of 6″ action figures by Mattel were most interested, because they have been building their collections [...]
Posted in Movies & TV on Jul 6th, 2011
“Superhero fatigue” killed the Green Lantern movie. Or at least that seems to be the media’s conventional wisdom. Just do a quick Google search, and you’ll find a dozen articles from Time to TheWrap.com about how Green Lantern bombed because audiences are sick and tired of superheroes. How else could the flop be explained? It seems [...]
Posted in Comics on Feb 20th, 2011
Please welcome back Gentleman Jim Sterna. Today he gives us this open letter to DC Comics. A few weeks ago while I was looking over the racks at my LCS, I started to think to myself, “If the Geoff Johns version of Superman is the main man now in the DCU, where the Hell did [...]
Courtesy of BleedingCool Cute. See what they did there? ::EYE ROLLING::
If you scoot your toot over to ActionFigurePics.com this morning, you can read my latest editorial. It’s a commentary on the leaked information regarding character selection for Mattel’s DC Universe Classics action figure line. In a nutshell, it’s not super friendly. …probably the single worst thing to come out of the Super Friends cartoon were [...]