For as long as he's been around, Space Ghost hasn't had very many different styles. The dude is still rocking the same white jumpsuit and yellow cape he's worn since he debuted in the '60s. Sometimes you just don't need to mess with such a terrific design. That can be a bit of a challenge though for a company like Mezco, which likes putting out a few variants for the same figure to give fans a few more options. That's been a hallmark of Mezco's One:12 Collective line, with numerous figures getting alternate versions that bring something new to the table. Not every character has gotten one though, so it didn't seem like Space Ghost would be getting one either.
Fortunately for everyone, that won't be the case. Though Space Ghost doesn't have a costume variant like the Dark Knight Returns Batman or Judge Dredd figures, he will indeed be getting an exclusive variant through Entertainment Earth. Turning a figure like this invisible isn't exactly something that could be done, so Mezco's done its best to approximate Space Ghost's phasing powers by giving him the ability to glow in the dark.
Over the past few years, Yamato has released a series of statues based on the femme fatales of the DC universe with the art of Luis Royo providing the inspiration. While the DC Comics Collection has primarily focused on Batman's lethal ladies, the recent addition of Wonder Woman into the mix hints that there might be bigger plans for the line. As nice as it's been to see Harley Quinn, Catwoman and Poison Ivy get more time in the spotlight, there's a reason Wonder Woman is considered one of the big three heroes at DC.
The original version of the Wonder Woman statue released in the fall of 2015, but Entertainment Earth has a variant edition of the resin piece coming this year. The basic version featured Wonder Woman stepping across some rubble with her lasso of truth in hand, but the new EE exclusive will have Diana ready for battle with sword and shield in hand.
This year's San Diego Comic-Con International is almost upon us, and that means it's time once again for that harrowing social experiment where retailers put a limited number of items in a gigantic room with 150,000 fans and sit back to watch the chaos. It's basically the kind of thing that the Joker does, but on the upside, somebody's going to walk away with some pretty cool stuff.
There are a lot of merch-related reasons that sweeten next month's San Diego Comic-Con International, but for fans who collect Diamond Select Toys and Art Asylum's Marvel Minimates, it's practically a holiday...
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