If our weekly Ask Chris column isn't enough of definitive comic book (and pro wrestling) opinions for you, good news: ComicsAlliance is proud to present Here's The Thing, a series of videos where you can join our own extremely opinionated senior writer, Chris Sims, as he sits in his living room under a framed portrait of Destro, drinking a cup of coffee and sharing his opinion on comic books.
On this week's show, a viewer asks Chris to explain Hawkman and ends up sparking a journey through one of the most complicated histories in comics, trying to answer one simple question: Why isn't a dude who fights dinosaurs with a mace while not wearing a shirt the coolest guy ever?
I think it's fair to say that The Legend of Korra is one of our favorite animated series in the whole wide world, so the wait between seasons has been nothing short of absolute (slightly hyperbolic) agony. Tonight on Nickelodeon, however, our long nightmare is over as Book Two arrives to continue the story of Republic City, the Avatar who protects it, and -- perhaps most importantly -- the professional sports team that she hopes to lead to victory.
To ramp up our excitement even more, we've talked to series producer and director Joaquim Dos Santos about his accomplishments in Book One, what he learned from working on Justice League Unlimited, and what we can expect from Book Two.
Mattel hit Toy Fair hard this year with brand new action figures from across its robust DC Comics-related license slate. Flagship collector line DC Universe Classics is bursting at the proverbial plastic seams with a line of familiar Super Friends,Suicide Squad and Batman characters plus Crime Syndicate and Legion of Superheroes multipacks. Animated propert
Fifteen. It's not just one of the dreaded numbers on "Lost" anymore - it's also the number of DC Universe Classics action figure waves released by Mattel over the years. Wave 15 ships out this summer in late
As if receiving pantsless superheroes wasn't already the greatest news coming out of the "Justice League Unlimited" action figure line this year, here comes another doozy: more toys are on the way in 2010.
Mattel revealed the news that the "Justice League Unlimited" line is far from over on their Facebook page, stating: "JLU is g
Over at action figure blog and webcomic powerhouse Shortpacked!, a hefty dose of razzmatazz is being heaped upon the latest Justice League Unlimited three-pack - which includes Super Friends alumni Apache Chief, Black Vulcan and Samurai -- and I can't say that the digs are undeserved.
Really, are DC Direct and Mattel so short on ideas that they've got to start
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