DC Multiverse

Enter to Win a Set of Suicide Squad Action Figures
Hey, who out there likes free things? Let's see those hands. There we go. Congratulations, not only did you let us know that you like free things, but you also just volunteered to go on a dangerous mission. Some might even call it a suicide mission. Don't worry though, you won't be go…
DC Multiverse's Suicide Squad Goals Should Aim Higher [Review]
Mattel's DC Multiverse line was once merely home to 4" figures from the Batman: Arkham video games, with a few select film characters thrown in for good measure. After the disappearance of the DC Universe Classics, and its replacement DC Club Infinite Earths, it was nearly impossible to fi…
Mattel's DC Multiverse and Super Hero Girls Go Big at SDCC 2016
Despite a soft showing earlier this year, Mattel is still committed to the DC Multiverse line. So much so in fact that there are five different waves planned through 2017, not even including exclusive waves at the likes of Walgreens, Toys R' Us and Walmart. Though the early releases haven'…
Give 'Em Elle: The Golden Age and DC's Reboot Habit
Welcome to Give 'Em Elle, a new weekly column that hopes to bridge the gap between old school comics fandom and the progressive edge of comics culture. In the future, I plan to take questions from readers and answer them in this column. I’ll solicit them on Twitter, where I’m @ano…
DC Multiverse Wave 1 'Arkham' Action Figures
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 s…