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DC Comics Multiverse Dr. Psycho : How to Celebrate Hate

April 6th, 2018

You won’t find a Captain Nazi action figure in Toys ‘R’ Us, nor will you find a conveniently desk-sized Hate-Monger toy, and the last time you saw a serious Red Skull figure in stores was when Captain America: The First Avenger came out. Characters whose entire gimmick is based on hate make for great comic book […]

Let’s Get Small : Tiny Batman of Yesterday and Today

August 4th, 2017

It’s rare that any line of DC comics figures would commit the sin of omitting Batman. He’s the best-selling, pointy-eared anti-hero that carries the weight of DC on his shoulders. But across all modern figure offerings, it’s generally variations of different movie Batmen instead of classic comic stuff, which is an undeniable bummer....

The Greg Capullo Batman : DC Designer Series

July 14th, 2014

I’m not sure if it’s still trendy to pile onto DC Comics and their weird, misguided attempt at re-branding their entire universe. I’m certain that there’s been enough molten nerd-rage ejected from that sad, squishy volcano already. What I do know is that during their restructuring, DC Comics, in addition to carpetbombing decades...

BootLEGO: For the Love of LEGO Bizarro

April 7th, 2014

Like most things in my life, it all starts with Bizarro. LEGO is a kind of universal language when it comes to toy iconography. If you show someone a LEGO brick, they’ll immediately know where you’re coming from. It’s an enduring symbol, and there’s a reason why: LEGO embraces the idea that the toys they […]