The first wave in the line features the iconic trio in various different forms: Standard Edition (limited to 3,000 units); Black and White Variants (limited to 500 units); Zombie Variants (limited to 1,000 units and exclusive to Hot Topic); Villain Variants (limited to 1,000 units and exclusive to Gamestop); Glow in the Dark Variants (limited to 1,000 units and exclusive to Box Lunch); and the San Diego Comic-Con Exclusives that come in Classic Variant (limited to 1,500), Flashpoint Variant (limited to 750), and Black and Gold Variant (limited to 300), all of which are exclusive to the Entertainment Earth booth #2342. Each figure, save for the Comic-Con exclusives, will retail for $40. Entertain Earth’s Classic Variant will go for $60, their Flashpoint Variant for $75, and their Black and Gold Variant for $100. DC Collectibles was gracious enough to send us the Hot Topic exclusive Zombie Variants.
Alex Lu reviews the brand new SUPERMAN #1 and HAWKMAN #2
How parenting, working for the press and living in Cleveland has helped him to write the iconic American hero.
Don’t expect to see this SDCC toy featured in Avengers: Infinity War!
DC is trying to crack the Walmart market for periodical comics – again.
The character of Kara Danvers, aka Supergirl, saw a retelling of her origin story in the 2016-2017 Supergirl: Being Super. Written by YA author Mariko Tamaki, the story sets Kara in a small, urban town in America where the 16-year-old girl must discover her ever developing powers and deal with the struggles of adolescents. On today’s new comic books day, the four-issue miniseries has been re-released as a two-hundred and eight-page graphic novel.
Last week, writer Brian Michael Bendis made a daring debut on Superman with Man of Steel #1, the start to what is sure to be an epic new journey starring the Earth’s most powerful defender of truth and justice. This Wednesday, the epic continues with The Man of Steel #2, an issue featuring the legendary artists Doc […]
Alex Lu reviews the much anticipated MAN OF STEEL #1 and JUSTICE LEAGUE: NO JUSTICE #4
This is the week Action Comics #1000 marks a milestone in the history of Superman. The symbol of El has redefined what the word “iconic” truly means. It’s only fitting on this celebration, fans recognize the achievements of Superman’s creators. Not Jor-El and Lara, I mean two kids from Cleveland. It took years for fans […]
Alex reviews the historic ACTION COMICS #1000.