Video games based on DC Comics are almost always terrible. Most Jakks’ Plug & Play games don’t really change the landscape, but one moves the needle.
If you’re a toy collector of a certain age, it’s hard to remember a time when Mattel didn’t own a vast portion of the DC Comics action figure license. But…
For one brief, shining moment, the crappy stars aligned, and there was at least one overly elaborate, glowing, weaponized set of Batman Forever pogs.
Batman #4 features a costumed hero who’s barely recognizable as the shrewd crimefighter we know and love.
When something is exclusive to Dollar Tree stores, it’s usually good to approach it with trepidation. Dollar Tree is the place where sad crates of Pineapple-Ham soda go to die,…
Batman #3 has a cover date of September 1940, or simply, “Fall Issue”. America was about to enter World War II; Captain America didn’t exist yet, nor did Wonder Woman….
If you’re lucky enough to find a copy of Batman #2 in your attic, you’re looking at around an average value of $9000 bucks. A majority of the copies found…
Exploring the evolution of Batman in comics, from issue one to issue infinity. Infra-red rays, mental home monsters, and a whole lot of murder.
Eaglemoss is known for their small metal superhero figurines, but how do they do when it comes to larger busts? Spoiler: not too great.
Just how small can the Dark Knight Detective get? The answer is very, very, very small.
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?
When it comes to building your own Batman, is Sprukits the way to go?
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?
Adam West’s Batman had countless weirdo, terrible villains… so Mattel made a few of them. And then stopped.
It’s the Adam West Batman we’ve been waiting for for years.
The have been more Batmobiles than you can count, and Eaglemoss sets out to model most of them.