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Mattel Debuts 4″ Multiverse Figures Based On ‘Superman,’ ‘Superman 2,’ ‘Batman ’89′ And ‘Batman Returns’ Movies

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Fan-favorite DC movies are getting the 4" action figure treatment from Mattel next year as part of the new Multiverse line. First among the films receiving figures will be 1978's Superman with a figure bearing the likeness of actor Christopher Reeve and a Batman 1989 figure featuring an alternate "Bruce Wayne" head bearing actor Michael Keaton's likeness. Villains will be joining the fray as well with Batman Returns versions of Catwoman (based on actress Michelle Pfeiffer) and Penguin (Danny DeVito) and Superman 2's Zod (Terence Stamp) set to roll out alongside the heroes. Batman and Zod were shown with movie-centric accessories, so it's safe to assume Superman, Catwoman and Penguin will all be packed with appropriate items when the time comes. Check out all five of Mattel's 4" Multiverse movie action figures shown at NYCC 2013, after the jump.

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Hot Toys Reveals Exclusive Superman, Captain America And G.I. Joe 1/6 Scale Figures

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Fans of real American heroes will have plenty of convention exclusive options in the near future form Hot Toys. The toymaker has announced new 1/6 scale versions of Superman III's evil (drunk!) Superman, Captain America: The First Avenger's "star spangled" war-bond promoting Cap and G.I. Joe: Retaliation's version of Joseph Colton.

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Win The Superman Motion Picture Anthology Blu-Ray Box Set

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In celebration of this week's release of Man Of Steel, ComicsAlliance is giving away a free copy of The Superman Motion Picture Anthology Blu-Ray box set. This 8-disc set includes all four Superman films starring Christopher Reeve as Superman, plus the 2006 movie Superman Returns, directed by Bryan Singer and starring Brandon Routh.

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Superman Co-Creators Jerry Siegel & Joe Shuster Discuss The Man Of Steel’s Origins [Video]

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It was on this day in 1938 that Action Comics #1 first appeared on American newsstands and wherever comic books were sold. Priced at just ten cents, the 64-page periodical contained a story called "Superman: Champion of the Oppressed" by writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster. This was the first appearance of the prototypical costumed

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Parting Shot: Todd Klein Remembers Christopher Reeve’s Visit to DC Comics in 1979

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Besides his ongoing contributions to the comic book medium as one of the industry's greatest letterers and logo designers, Todd Klein maintains an indispensable blog where he regularly hosts master classes in masthead analysis that are peppered with endl

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Superman IV: The Quest For Peace’ (1987), Part Two

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As we continue our in-depth look at super-hero movies, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri take on the Superman film franchise.

David Uzumeri: Hello, and welcome to our discussion of the most overlong, interminable second half of a superhero movie ever!

Chris Sims: That's right everyone, we're here with the second (and thankfully final) installment of our look at Superman IV: The Quest For Peace. And for a movie that's ostensibly built around giving Superman a villain with whom he can actually have

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Superman IV: The Quest For Peace’ (1987), Part One

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As we continue our in-depth look at super-hero movies, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri take on the Superman film franchise.

Chris Sims: Welcome back to ComicsAlliance's in-depth reviews of the Superman film franchise, everyone! Of all the Superman movies, this week's subject, Superman IV: The Quest For Peace, is probably the most maligned. I have to say, though, as much as it might defy conventional wisdom,

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Superman III’ (1983), Part Two

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As we continue our in-depth look at super-hero movies, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri take on the Superman film franchise.

Chris Sims: Welcome back to our review of Superman III, with our special guest Matt Wilson! When we last left off, sinister businessman Ross Webster had just realized that he needed to kill Superman if he was ever going to get anywhere in the world of evil plots. Then Richard Pryor flew off the roof of an office building in skis, and that's pretty

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Superman III’ (1983), Part One

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As we continue our in-depth look at super-hero movies, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri take on the Superman film franchise.

Chris Sims: Hello, everyone, and welcome back to ComicsAlliance's look at the Superman films! This week, David and I are taking on the much-maligned Superman III, and to help us out, we've brought in a special guest.

Matt Wilson: That's right. I'm here to talk about a movie I watched more tha

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ComicsAlliance Reviews ‘Superman II’ (1980), Part 3

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As we continue our in-depth look at super-hero movies, Chris Sims and David Uzumeri take on the Superman film franchise.

David Uzumeri: Welcome back to the final chapter in our triptych of reviews discussing the half-Richard Donner half-Richard Lester cinematic chimaera known as Superman II. As we left off, Zod, Ursa and Non were going to go find the President, and a depowere

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