Three cheers for part five of an ongoing deep dive into the dark side of ’90s trading cards.
Why would a truck look like Thanos? Why would a hotrod look like Swamp Thing? We need to figure this out.
Dr. Psycho and Frank Miller’s Wonder Woman are some odd choices to turn into action figures and here’s why.
Jack Kirby was so prolific that even after his death, hundreds of innovative ideas were still being discovered, many of which were captured on trading cards.
Eaglemoss is known for their small metal superhero figurines, but how do they do when it comes to larger busts? Spoiler: not too great.
What’s up with all of the softcore “modelling” trading cards of the 1990s? Part four of a dive into the dark side of trading cards.
Just how small can the Dark Knight Detective get? The answer is very, very, very small.
Super-cheap retro video game systems with hundreds of packed-in games can be found all over eBay… but are they worth it? We’ll save you the trouble of finding out.
Were the Rad Dudes really that rad? Or were they quickly-drawn knockoff Garbage Pail Kids? Welcome to the most ’90s trading card set you’ve ever seen.
A free MODAM papercraft that you can build! Not to be confused with Ms. MODOK.
A free papercraft MODOK that you can build and have stare at you while you sleep and slowly fall in love with you and you’ll never be alone again.
What new Batman stuff came out around the summer of 2016?
The Rainbow Batmen were supposed to be released for Batman’s 25th anniversary. And then they weren’t. Where did they go?
Not everything is meant to transform, and that includes The Mighty Thor.
A collection of Marvel Legends photographs; X-Men & Guardians of the Galaxy.
When it comes to building your own Batman, is Sprukits the way to go?
Girls on cars pretty much defined late ’80s and early ’90s creepo boys’ bedroom poster. So why not trading cards?
There are many Marvel Legends symbiotes, but which one is the best so far? And what’s a symbiote?
Holographic pornography, direct from the 1990s. But to what ends?
At the height of the the ’90s dino-craze, there was Denver. He claimed to be the last, but it was a lie.
From the biggest fans of Living Dead dolls,
When swimsuit models meet superheroes and Frederique, what happens? These trading cards.
One of Funko’s many all-too-brief novelty licensed toys, their DC Comics interchangeable magnetic figures died all too soon.
Batman’s adapted a very, very slightly different look after his New 52 gear. Does it matter?