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Featuring multiple points of articulation and carefully sculpted details down to the creases in his costume, this Batman action figure depicts the character as drawn by comic artist Jim Lee. The figure stands 6.75” tall and comes with a base.
— Out of 38 retailers who participated in a July 2010 survey of best-selling action figures, two listed DC Comics as their top supplier.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 30324 (added 8/30/2010)
Launch Date: January 2009
Written by Geoff Johns, this series will bring back the original Flash, Barry Allen, as well as other key characters. Launch date: 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 21657 (added 12/10/2008)
MSRP: $2.99Age Range: All AgesLaunch Date: February 2009Gender: Boys And Girls
The combined might of the Justice League of America and Dr. Light (the heroic female one, not the evil male one) must take on the cosmic entity Starbreaker to prevent him from consuming the sun. This comic is written by Dwayne McDuffie, featuring art by Ed Benes. Launch date: February 18, 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 21653 (added 12/10/2008)
MSRP: $24.99Age Range: All AgesSKU or Item #: 9781401220907Launch Date: February 2009Gender: Boys And Girls
“Legendary writer Grant Morrison concocts an unthinkable plot: The death of the Dark Knight,” DC Comics writes. As Bruce Wayne slips out of the public eye, Batman's villains rise and Batman's allies have to try to keep order. This oversized deluxe hardcover comprises “Batman” issues #676 through #683. Launch date: February 4, 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 21652 (added 12/10/2008)
MSRP: $2.99Age Range: All AgesLaunch Date: January 2009Gender: Boys And Girls
This issue is both a “Faces of Evil” story highlighting a villain of the DC Universe and the finale of the “New Krypton” storyline. As tensions rise between the Kryptonians and Earthlings, Superman's people have plans of their own. “Writer Geoff Johns and artist Pete Woods wrap up this cosmically important chapter in Superman's life by introducing a major change to The Man of Steel's status quo!” publisher DC Comics notes. Launch date: January 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 21651 (added 12/10/2008)
MSRP: $19.99Age Range: AdultLaunch Date: June 2007
Written by Alan Moore (“League of Extraordinary Gentlemen,” “V for Vendetta”) and drawn by Dave Gibbons, this comic redefines super heroes in a postmodern story that has inspired countless books since. A “Watchmen” movie by Warner Brothers is slated for release in March 2009.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 20000 (added 8/4/2008)
Hot off the Sinestro Corps War, Green Lantern is one of the top-selling titles on the market. Part two of “The Alpha Lanterns” continues with a handful of characters undergoing a major transformation — all leading up to Final Crisis. Plus Hal Jordan and John Stewart against the Guardians?! It is written by Geoff Johns with artwork by Mike McKone. Launch date: January 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16703 (added 12/19/2007)
Following in the tradition of 52, the hot, weekly series from DC Comics closes in on its final issues as the Challengers find Ray Palmer, and the Earth becomes a battleground. It includes an origin backup story for Harley Quinn. The story is by Paul Dini, the script by Tony Bedard, story consulting by Keith Giffen, and art by Pete Woods and Tom Derenick. Launch date: January 2008.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 16702 (added 12/19/2007)
Collect classic tales of Aquaman from ADVENTURE COMICS #260-280, 282, 284 and more. More than 500 pages highlight classic tales of Aquaman, featuring the debuts of Mera and Aqualad.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9915 (added 11/2/2006)
Don't miss this thrilling archive featuring some of Superman's earliest adventures by his creators, Siegel and Shuster. This volume includes ACTION COMICS #69-85, from 1944-1945.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 9914 (added 11/2/2006)
The comics event so massive that it was built over the first half of 2005, through different books "Countdown," "Day of Vengeance," "Rann/Thanagar War," "Villains United" and "The Omac Project." Prepare for the dawn of the DC Comics Universe´s darkest day in "Infinite Crisis," a 7-issue miniseries written by Geoff Johns ("Green Lantern," "JSA") with art by Phil Jimenez ("Otherworld," "Uncanny X-Men") and Andy Lanning ("Otherworld") and covers by George Pérez ("Crisis on Infinite Earths") and Jim Lee ("Batman," "Superman") and Sandra Hope. Surrounded by their most fearsome enemies, the world´s greatest heroes are divided within and without. DC´s icons — Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman — are joined by Nightwing, Supergirl, Donna Troy, Superboy, Robin, Wonder Girl, Green Lantern, the Flash and more as they face their most dire hour. What happens next will destroy friendships and lives, dictating the direction of the universe for the next generation!
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4407 (added 8/31/2005)
In the wake of last month´s "Sacrifice" crossover, Wonder Woman must face the consequences of her history-making encounter with the Man of Steel. But when Checkmate gets involved, will it be to hurt Diana or help her? "Wonder Woman" is one of the favorite titles with girls at Comics and Stuff in Tupelo, Miss., said owner Vince Hester. It’s written by Greg Rucka with art by Rags Morales and Mark Propst and cover art by J.G. Jones.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4364 (added 8/31/2005)
MSRP: $2.25Age Range: All AgesGender: Girls
The Micros, a mysterious miniature versions of the Girls have come to Townsville. Will they be the Powerpuffs´ new best friends, or do they have something more sinister in mind? This full-color book is 32 pages long. It’s written by Amy Keating-Rogers, Sean Carolan and Jen Moore with art by Chris Cook and Mike DeCarlo, and cover art by Phil Moy.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 4362 (added 8/31/2005)
This valuable action figure was designed by artist Alex Ross and features multiple points or articulation. It comes packaged on its display base and in a four-color window box.
— This is Diamond Comic Distributor’s top action figure, based on actual sales from March 2005.
— The BBC has polled moviegoers and discovered that Superman is the most popular superhero of all time.
— “Superman Returns” is listed by IMDb’s MOVIEmeter as the seventh most anticipated movie of 2006.
ToyDirectory Product ID#: 3466 (added 4/29/2005)