Funko Teams Up with DC For Batman Retro Style Action Figures

These fully poseable action figures feature nine points of articulation and are 3.75” tall!

This series features classic Batman, Catwoman, Batgirl, King Tut, Mr. Freeze and Bookworm!

Look for the Mr. Freeze chase – A 1-in-6 rarity!

They are perfect for your collection!
Coming this Summer!

SH Figuarts reveals Harley Quinn and Joker

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SH Figuarts unveiled these figures at Tamashii Feature’s 2016 event. Harley Quinn And Joker feature likenesses based on the actors (Margot Robbie and Jared Leto) who play them in the upcoming Suicide Squad movie, stand about 6″ tall, and have multiple points of articulation.

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Batman and the TMNT are a totally rad bit!

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ISSUE #3 of Dark Knight/Heroes in a Half Shell Crossover Goes Back To Press For a Second Printing! 

It’s another hit as the third issue of the awesome BATMAN/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES miniseries is going back to press for a new, second printing! Congratulations to James T. Tynion IV and Freddie E. Williams II on their incredible run! Cowabunga!

BATMAN/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES #3 Second Printing will feature a version of the original cover by Freddie E. Williams II with spot color.

In this issue of the miniseries co-published with IDW, the Batcave is overrun with Turtles—and its landlord is not at all pleased about it. But Batman’s going to have to put aside his animosity toward  his uninvited guests because he’s about to have his first run-in with their deadliest enemy, Shredder!

BATMAN/TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES #3 Second Printing will arrive in stores on March 16th.

PRESS- Mezco Reveals SDCC Exclusive Poison Ivy Mini Mez-Itz Clip On

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Mezco Reveals SDCC Exclusive Poison Ivy Mini Mez-Itz Clip On

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New York- Mezco celebrates one of Batman’s deadliest but most beautiful foes; Poison Ivy. Since her initial appearance in 1966, Poison Ivy has blossomed into one of Batman’s most popular nemisis. Although a member of the rouges gallery, she has also grown to represent environmental concerns as well as the feminist movement.

Now Ivy fans can carry her with them wherever they go with this fashionable clip on. Suitable for hanging on a backpack or carrying keys, each clip on features an articulated Poisy Ivy Mez-Itz figure with multiple points of articulation.

Like any exotic bloom, Poison Ivy is only in season for a short time. Get her while you can at

http://www.mezcotoyz.com/summer-exclusive-poison-ivy-mini-mez-itz-clip-on-combo

 

but don’t delay because once they are gone, they are gone forever! Be sure to visit Mezco at San Diego Comic Con at booth 3445.

Not attending SDCC?  

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Who is faster the Flash or Sonic the Hedgehog

The Race is on! Who is faster the Flash or Sonic the Hedgehog

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Sonic can run 761 mph according to here

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The Flash can run “All incarnations of the Flash can move, think, react at superhuman speeds, vibrate so fast that they can walk through walls, travel through time and can also lend and borrow speed. Furthermore, all members have an invisible aura around their bodies that prevents themselves and their clothes from being affected by air friction as they move at high speed.”  according to here

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Comic’s Corner 15

It’s that special time of year, when hundreds of thousands of geeks, nerds, fanboys and fangirls descend upon the city of San Diego for the pop culture Mecca that is the San Diego Comic Con! (Officially titled Comic Con International, the movement back to the original name starts here!)  But we’re not at Comic Con, or talking about Comic Con.  As always we’re talking about comics.  Comics like Venom #20, Spider-Men #3 and Scarlet Spider #7.  Plus comics that have nothing to do with spiders like Batman #11 and Batman and Robin #11.  There’s even a comic about that robotic, rampaging rooster Poyo, in Chew: Secret Agent Poyo #1.  Come inside and find out who rules the roost at the Top of the Stack!