There’s a lot of awesome stuff that DC Collectibles has announced at Comic-Con this year. But I don’t think anything quite compares to a set that is basically just a series of different expressions for the Batman: The Animated Series-style figure. I mean, look at them!
We've known it's been coming for a while after DC announced delays to try and fix the problems with the toyline, but at last, here's some good news for the toyline based on Batman: The Animated Series and The New Adventures Of Batman: Nightwing is on the way, and he looks rather lovely.
Arrow has had a few action figures to its name, but somehow it's taken this long to get a plastic incarnation of everyone's favourite hacker badass, Felicity Smoak. Well, huzzah - DC Collectibles have unveiled her figure as well as new figures based on The Flash and Batman: The Animated Series too!
We've all got a soft spot for the Tumbler that Batman drove in the Christopher Nolan films, even the Batmobile from Tim Burton's take on the caped crusader was memorable. But nothing will ever top the sleek, art deco-inspired Batmobile from Batman: The Animated Series that many of us remember from our childhoods. So…
Finally getting action figures emulating the gorgeous style of Batman: The Animated Series has been like a dream come true for fans of the cartoon - or it should have been, if they weren't riddled by quality issues. But hooray! DC have finally addressed the problems, and have announced plans to hopefully fix them.
DC Collectibles débuted their new line of figures based on the fan favourite Batman: The Animated Series earlier this year, but the series is about to get a whole lot cooler - Animated Batgirl is coming!
After a series of smaller, character-themed Vinyl records based on Batman The Animated Series earlier this year, the fine folks over at Mondo are back with an even fancier Vinyl record inspired by the Dark Knight - cut into the shape of the Bat Emblem.
It seems like everyone's turning to Virtual Reality lately as a marketing promo, the likes of Pacific Rim and Interstellar are the latest to use the tech to plug themselves. Not to be left out, Warner Bros. is joining in by letting people poke around the Batcave - but not just any Batcave. Batman: TAS' Batcave!