Due to scheduling difficulties, I wasn't able to get a question post up. My deepest apologies, dearest Tomocast listeners. To make up for it, I brought on a trio of guests that will surely entertain you. To...
The collectibles shown in Diamond Select Toys' latest batch of previews -- including a 24-inch tall Stay Puft Marshmallow Man vinyl bank -- are currently available for pre-order.
The selections include a superbly detailed Bat...
Kotobukiya's ARTFX+ line is no stranger to DC's New 52 characters, but it's been fairly male-oriented until now. I believe Catwoman is just the second female character (after Wonder Woman) to join the New 52 ARTFX+ cast.
The main appeal of this figure line is its good quality workmanship at an affordable price. Kotobukiya isn't exactly going balls to the wall with the design, but there are still a few features to Catwoman that I wish would be more common. Read on to see what I think!
At first glance, I assumed that this was probably part of Square Enix's Trading Arts Kai line but the body seems too short for that. More importantly, the figure shows that Square Enix won't be limiting itself to just creating Play Arts Kai figures with the DC Comics license and we may subsequently wind up seeings a greater assortment of collectibles in the future.
As for this Batman, I don't like it. The style just doesn't appeal to me. I'm sure that somebody out in Tomopopia probably enjoys the look, though.
DC Collectibles' latest batch of solicits include the much-anticipated DC Comics Designer Series, more Crime Syndicate figures, a Batman: Arkham City Two-Face,statues and more; all of which are currently available for pre-ord...
There was more to Mattel's DC Comics NYCC spread than their 6-inch and 4-inch offerings, but little beyond that seemed new. Oh sure, a lot of the stuff seen here isn't out yet (although some has been for a while), but that do...
Mattel's DC display at NYCC had a lot of upcoming stuff although it mostly felt like a repeat of SDCC. New items included the Matty Collector exclusive "Ultra" Total Heroes packs, including the fans' choice Batman Beyond figu...
Check out the gallery below for some shots that Andres grabbed from Mezco's booth, featuring:
Loads of Axe Cop
Living Dead Dolls mini vinyl figures
Chucky and Bride dolls, plush
Breaking Bad bobble heads, plush, and more
Mattel unveiled the second wave for its new 4-inch DC line at NYCC. The new wave consists of classic DC movie characters, specifically ones from the Keaton Batman films and Christopher Reeve Superman movies. Or, as I prefer to call it, incredible news for fans.
Full details after jump.
If you're an enthusiast of pectoral muscles, then Kotobukiya's ARTFX offerings will be a gold mine for you. They're showing a handful of DC Comics figures at NYCC, so let's take a look!
Kicking things off is the 1/6-scale Sup...
One word could be used to describe Bluefin Tamashii Nation's S.H. Figuarts display: Batman. Sure, there was a lot of other stuff on display -- including the recently announced S.H. Figuarts Goku, the Krillin due out next month, a cool Daft Punk display, Sailor Moon, Power Rangers, DBZ, etc -- but that stuff isn't Batman. Only Batman is Batman.
Selina Briggs of The Jelly Empire has shared a video (made by Peter Michaud) featuring her bots as The Jelly League. All of these figures will be available at NYCC this year: