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Link Ink: Super Powers Posterized, Han Sulu And Batman’s ‘Arkham City’ Xbox 360


Art: Mondo and Sideshow Collectibles team for a limited edition Super Powers print remembering Kenner's fan-favorite '80s action figure line.

Characters: Chris Illuminati looks at some classic Batman covers and ponders Robin's worth as a sidekick...

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Sideshow Collectibles Hopes to Raise $25,000 for Make-a-Wish Foundation


Sideshow Collectibles, maker of the eminently cool and painfully desirable statures, figures and other high quality merchandise based on comics, films and video game characters, is auctioning off select merchandise to raise money for the Make-a-Wish Foundation...

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Sideshow Collectibles Unveils Premium Joker Figure as First of Many DC Offerings


DC's recently-announced licensing agreement with Sideshow Collectibles has officially borne fruit. Sideshow has released an image of a hyper-detailed Joker premium format figure, which is the first of a full line of premium statues, busts and other collectibles based on DC Comics' characters in the company's future...

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Link Ink: Green Lantern’s Kids Meal Fate, Harley Quinn’s Exclusive Flash Drive and Thor and Mario Race on the Rainbow Bridge


Promos: Despite being infinitely (okay, I'll say it) toyetic, it looks like the Green Lantern movie's only fast food kids meal promo comes from Subway. It's, like, reusable bags with paper punch-outs and rubber bands...

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Link Ink: DC’s 20-Year-Old Unintentional Relaunch Prophecy, New ‘Haunt’ Team and Green Lantern Gets Brisky


Comedic Prophecy: As pointed out by Sal Loria, Archie Goodwin and Dan Jurgens were about twenty years ahead of their time with the cover to Armageddon 2001 #1. "Ten years from now the world will survive...

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Hot Toys’ ‘Superman: The Movie’ Figure is Surely a Strange Visitor From Another Planet


Hot Toys is no stranger to Superman, having put its insanely detailed spin on Brandon Routh's likeness from Superman Returns a few years ago. As striking as that toy may have been, however, there's something almost haunting about the toymaker's take on Christopher Reeve from 1978's hyper iconic Superman: The Movie...

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