As action figure packaging goes, I appreciate a quality presentation as much as the next guy, but following a quick camera phone pic for later nostalgia, the stuff only lasts as long as it takes me to rip the toys out and place them on my shelf. This
The Joker is a Gotham City area criminal whose proclivity for mayhem, violence and bad pun-based humor categorize him firmly as fiercely insane. David Alvarez is a Leavenworth, Washington area YouTuber whose activities would also inspire caution and fear were it not for the fact that everything he does seems to be Rubik's Cube-based. A crazy genius in his own right, Alvarez paid tribute to the clown prince of madness with an astonishing portrait of Heath
Valentine's Day is just around the corner, and for a lot of us, that means it's time once again to try to find the best way to express our feelings to that special someone through the medium of a brightly colored piece of paper with a pun on it
Thanks to its hearty set of character creation options, Sony's DC Universe Online MMORPG has so far met the challenge of inviting fans to play in a world where they work alongside heroes and villains rather than adopt their roles directly. Of course, the team behind DCUO was still kind enough to throw in character-themed battle suits
Every kid experiences rough patches when, on some level, they wouldn't mind if their school burned down (not necessarily to hurt their peers or teachers, but to avoid going to class), but one Irish teen took that desire to the extreme by tapping into Heath Ledger's "The Dark Knight" anarchy and committing arson dressed as the Clown Prince of Crime
Mr. J, your custom Harley Quinn action figure is ready for pick up.
Figure Realm user Magnum PI created his very own custom Harley Quinn toy based upon her appearance in Rocksteady's "Batman: Arkham Asylum," using nothing more than "a Danger Girl for the base, Sheri Moon head, Apoxie Sculpt for the details and cloth for the skirt." While it's not as articulate as some of the DC Universe Classics offerings, the level of detail a
Most aspiring drawers of a certain age have fond memories of being the best (or one of the best) artists in their fifth grade class -- impressing everyone with untraced Spider-Man doodles and, once in awhile, an Etch-A-Sketch design that actually looked like something other than random crazy zigs and zags