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DC Multiverse Wave 1 Is All About ‘Arkham’ Action Figures

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Mattel's kinda catch-all 4" tall DC Multiverse action figure line is set to kick off 2014 with half a dozen heroes and villains from the Batman: Arkham City and Batman: Arkham Origins video games. Batman leads the line with two figures of the hero in his standard and armored Wii U Arkham City suits, respectively, joined by AC versions of Mr. Freeze and Azrael. On the Arkham Origins side of the line are figures of Bane and Deadshot, suited up for snowy combat in Gotham.

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You Wish These ‘Masters Of The Universe’ LEGO Sets Existed

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Displaying a grasp of fake Lego mastery never before seen by human eyes, hobbyist Alex Jones (not that one, a German guy) spent two months of his life building the most amazing set of Masters of the Universe LEGO you'll ever see, and may never buy. Check out a few of the more jaw-dropping pieces after the jump.

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Link Ink: Jamie Foxx Pursuing ‘Spawn’ Role, Stop-Motion Donkey Kong And All The Wolverines

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Join us for a link reading fest of Monday proportions after the cut.

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A Tale Of Two Toy Castle Grayskulls (And One Snake Mountain) [SDCC 2013]

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As San Diego Comic-Con is perhaps the only venue big enough to contain the home bases of He-Man and Skeletor, Mattel and Icon Heroes seemed happy to display their takes on Eternia's best-known landmarks at the show. Mattel displayed its fully-stocked Masters of the Universe Castle Grayskull play set in all its 25” x 26" x 28” glory while Icon Heroes laid out its own 9.75" x 9" x 11" polystone statue version. What's more, IH unveiled an accessory kit for its castle that expands the miniature kingdom substantially, plus an unpainted prototype of a polystone Snake Mountain. It was like seeing Eternia from a magic carpet, man. Dare to compare the huge MoTU toys after the jump.

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DC Universe Action Figure Prototypes Headed To Auction To Benefit The Make-A-Wish Foundation

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Sculpted by the Four Horsemen, Mattel's DC Universe Classics line is a favorite among 6" action figure fans for balancing detailed sculpts with hearty amounts of articulation and often spotlighting some of the DCU's more obscure heroes and villains. But there's an element of collectibility that goes beyond the line's basic figures and even limited edition variants. The most hardcore collectors seek prototypes. Now Mattel and Warner Bros. are teaming up to give fans a chance to win paint master prototypes of select characters at auction, with 100% of proceeds going to fund the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

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Link Ink: Ice King’s Memory, S.H.I.E.L.D. At SDCC And ‘Scribblenauts’ Superman

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Hit the jump for all of today's coolest links.

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‘He-Man’ Toy Comics Writer Claims Stake In ‘Masters Of The Universe’ Copyright

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It's a pretty good time for Masters of the Universe comics, what with DC's line of MOTU books being shockingly terrific. Those new comics aren't what has toymaker Mattel and its attorneys' attention, however. They're looking back to a handful of minicomics from 30-plus years ago, the writer of which is claiming he has a stake in the MOTU franchise.

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Mattel Reveals ‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ Batman And Deathstroke Action Figures

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Not to be outdone by DC Collectibles' ongoing Batman: Arkham Origins/Batman: Arkham Origins Blackgate video game tie-in action figure reveals, Mattel's unloaded two new promotional images of its 6" B:AO Batman and Deathstroke toys. The timing is solid considering last week's steady stream of E3 reveals, including new gameplay footage and screen shots of Batman confronting an army of goons hired by Black Mask to wipe him from the streets of Gotham. Serving as Batman's most capable rival in terms of combat, Deathstroke's been a major player in game promos, which is probably why Mattel's honed in on the increasingly action figure-ified villain for its retail line.The Batman figure seems not to include any overt accessories, although Mattel may stick him with at least a Batarang. Deathstroke, on the other hand, is armed to the teeth with a pistol, rifle, staff, sword and scabbard.

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Link Ink: Super ‘LEGO Movie’ Trailer, The Justice League Head To Target And Hulk And His Smashing Agents

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Today's links are yours for the viewing, after the jump.

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Link Ink: Donatello Comes ‘Out Of The Shadows,’ Plastic Deathstroke And Plush Rush

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Take a look at some of the coolest links of the day after the jump.

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