Normally I can’t stand juniorized versions of super-heroes, but these DC Little Mates plastic figures aren’t half bad.
Yes, DC licensed a toaster that prints Rorschach’s face mask onto bread.
Can’t wait for The Comedian rapist pajamas.
I picked one of these up the other day and love the design, but it obviously begs the question — why would The Flash need a car?
My working hypothesis: this is like on of those Flintstones cars that doesn’t have an engine, but rather The Flash sticks his feet through the floorboards and gets to motoring while a goofy sound effect plays in the background.
(Whereas my wife wonders what the hell I needed with a car that even The Flash doesn’t seem to need. Working hypothesis: to go with the other 100 or so super-hero themed cars and motorcycles, of course!)
Man, DC Direct is really dropping Green Lantern rings right and left (probably because they know fanbois like me will be there to buy them). This Honor Guard replica ring is set for June 2010 for $35.
Like all the other DC Direct 1:6 scale female figure, the hair on this Zatanna figure is molded plastic which is a major annoyance. But if you can get past that, this isn’t a half-bad figure. And since nobody seems to collect Zatanna, this figure which has an MSRP of $99.99 and was released in November 2009 can already be found for about $60 online.
Somehow I’ve managed to avoid learning the existence of these Justice League of America padlocks until today. This is awesome.