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When Batman Gets Cuddly: Batman Plushies
There are hundreds of Batman figurines, Batman sculptures, Batman toys and Batman action figures out there, but sometimes in the hard world of sculpted abs and angry plastic scowls, you just want to see the softer side of Bats, and Batman plushies are a great way to do it...
Bat-Mirrors to Batpoon: Batman’s Goofiest Gadgets
On one level, Batman is a meticulous planner who prepares for his career as a crime-fighter by thinking ahead about every possible eventuality. But on another level, he's also a guy with a weird hobby and an unlimited amount of money, and that combination can lead to some pretty strange purchases --…
McDonald’s Ten Most Superheroic Happy Meals
Since the invention of the Happy Meal in 1979, McDonalds and its kids meal-packing competition have released countless licensed toys. As the most coveted collectible meal, however, McDonald's Happy Meals have seen an abundance of top-tier superhero brands in their boxes and bags over the years.…
Dino Damage Is Back, Baby!
This isn't totally comics news, but anyone who grew up during the early '90s (especially obnoxious kids) will be filled with joy by the news that Hasbro is re-releasing a line of Jurassic Park toys through Toys"R"Us this fall.
Extremely loosely Based on the "Jurassic Park" movies …
SDCC: Marvel’s Hasbro Toy Panel Slideshow, Fan Choice Poll
The upcoming Marvel toys from Hasbro were previewed at a Comic-Con panel where the announcements came fast and furious. Highlights included a Wisecrackin' Spider-Man who delivers snappy soundbites later in 2009, a Superhero Squad MODOK coming in 2010, Marvel Transformer Crossovers, an Invaders box s…
Many Colors In The SDCC-Exclusive Plastic Lantern Rainbow
When it comes to color-coded manifestations of emotional power, Green Lantern Hal Jordan is one conflicted cat. Where it used to be a simple battle between the green might of willpower vs. the yellow power of fear, Geoff Johns' "Darkest Night" storyline has established a multi…
Toy Crossover: Where the Wild Things Are
The Spike Jonze movie adaptation of the classic children's book "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak is coming in October, and so are these two-inch tall Kubrick toys of Max and friends, available for $9.99. If that's not enough, there's also a second set of…

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