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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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‘Man Of Steel’ Writer David S. Goyer Defends Superman’s Controversial Movie Choice

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David S. Goyer, prolific writer of superhero movies such as the Blade movies (including the third one), the Dark Knight movies (including the third one) and David Hasselhoff's Nick Fury: Agent of SHIELD TV movie, spoke about the controversy surrounding his most recent work, Man of Steel, at the BAFTA/BFI Screenwriter's Lecture last night. Spoilers for the movie ahead, if you were lucky enough to dodge that bullet.

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Hot Toys 1/6 Scale ‘Man Of Steel’ General Zod Coming In 2014

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People have OPINIONS about Man of Steel, but one thing I think fans can all agree on is that it was pretty tasteful of the movie not to make actor Michael Shannon echo Terence Stamp's iconic "Kneel before Zod" line from Superman II. Or maybe the movie could've used it? Whatever the case, now fans can recreate or totally not recreate whatever scenes they want from MoS thanks to Hot Toys' upcoming 1/6 scale General Zod figure. Packed with just a few spare pairs of hands and his spooky Prometheus-lookin' Kryptonian space Helmet, Zod's appropriately pretty Spartan. This seems to be a pattern with the MoS line from Hot Toys, which is putting more emphasis on sculpts and suits than a raw batch of accessories. I guess dudes like Batman and Tony Stark just tend to need more toys than DC's solar-powered race of super aliens.

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Link Ink: ‘Man Of Steel 2′ Seeks A Lex, ‘Injustice’ Gets Mobile Zod And More ‘Out Of The Shadows’

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Today's links await, after the cut.

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Link Ink: ‘Injustice’ Gets Ame-Comi DLC, ‘Arrow’s’ Black Canary And New ‘Tiger & Bunny’

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Get a look at Monday's links after the jump.

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Link Ink: ‘Lego Marvel Super Heroes’ Box Art, Pizza Dog Apparel And Alternate Zods

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Read all of Friday's raddest links, after the jump.

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I Teach You The Superman: Tom Scioli Talks ‘Man Of Steel’ [Spoilers]

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It's kind of weird when your generation takes over. I just saw a movie made by a guy who obviously grew up with all the same stuff I did. It's as if the movie was made based on my own notes on what I'd like to see in a Superman movie, but getting exactly what you ask for isn't the same as getting what you want.

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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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Disaster Analysts Estimate The Fictional Destruction In ‘Man of Steel’ Would Cost $750 Billion

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A few folks (including Daredevil writer Mark Waid and ComicsAlliance's Chris Sims) have referred to elements of director Zack Snyder's Man of Steel as "disaster porn," but just how much damage is actually dealt by Superman, Zod and company in the movie?

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Link Ink: ‘Injustice’ Gets Zod And The Flaming C, ‘Honest’ Disney Posters And Sailor Mercury In Color

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Check out today's coolest links from around the web!

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