Category Archives: Conventions

NYCC 2016: Ben Percy and Juan Ferreyra talk Green Arrow

Green Arrow has gotten back to his roots in DC Comics‘s “Rebirth” and at New York Comic Con 2016 I got a chance to speak with writer Ben Percy and artist Juan Ferreyra about the series and character.

NYCC 2016: Titan Comics Shows Off Robotech Art by Jason and John Waltrip!

Titan has unveiled the first art from Robotech – a brand-new series based off the legendary 80s animation by Harmony Gold – which was revealed at this weekend’s New York Comic Con.

This brand-new cover was created by celebrated Robotech artists, Jason and John Waltrip, who are favorites to Robotech fans for their work on the Robotech II: The Sentinels, Robotech Genesis: The Legend of Zor and Robotech: Prelude to the Shadow Chronicles comic series.

First airing in the USA in 1985, Robotech captured audience’s imaginations with its epic generational storylines involving war, romance, and, of course, the transforming Veritech fighters which defend the Earth against extra-terrestrial attacks. Produced by Harmony Gold USA, the original 85-episode series delved into humanity’s struggle against a series of alien invasions, from the gigantic Zentraedi to the mysterious Invid, battling for control of advanced alien technology that crash-landed on Earth. Now, return to the Robotech Saga for all-new adventures!

Titan Comics’ Robotech series is set to debut in 2017.


NYCC 2016: Talking Lion Forge’s Catalyst Prime with Joe Illidge


Ever since Lion Forge announced a new line-up of hires, it’s been a company to watch. You don’t bring on that sort of talent without having a bigger plan and something up your sleeve.

I’ve watched intently parsing every word said by staff and every hint dropped to try and figure out what exactly what was being worked on.

At New York Comic Con, we found out what that was.

At their panel Sunday, Lion Forge announced “Catalyst Prime,” a new superhero universe with a killer amount of talent writing, drawing, coloring, and lettering, and diversity on the page and behind the scenes. But, impressively it’s also established and new talent alike working together to create this new world. That’s something that’s important for the company, to bring together old and new voices.

Along with the creative talent it was announced that Desiree Rodriguez is joining the company as an editorial assistant for the new line. Rodriguez is a freelancer for Nerds of Color who wrote this fantastic piece about being Latinx in comics.

Before the panel, I got to speak with Senior Editorial Manager Joe Illidge and got the details as to what we can expect.

Graphic Policy: It’s been months of teasing and hints and I know I’m excited to hear the details. What’s the scoop as to what Lion Forge has announced at New York Comic Con 2016?

Joe Illidge: We’re announcing the creation of a new superhero universe which will be under the title of “Catalyst Prime.” There will be seven monthly books and the line will launch in May of 2017.

GP: Who’s the talent that’ll be involved that you can announce?

JI: For the kick off book it’s going to be mainly written by Christopher Priest, co-written by myself with the art by Marco Turini, letterer Deron Bennett, and colorist Jessica Kholine. For the first ongoing series with a Black male lead, the writer is Brandon Thomas, artist Ken Lashley, letters by Saida Temofonte, and colorist Juan Fernandez. The second main book about an interracial duo, it’s co-written by David Walker and Dr. Sheena Howard, illustrated by Chuck Collins, and colored by Veronica Gandini. The third book is written by Joe Casey, illustrated by Damion Scott, lettered by Janice Chiang, and will be colored by John Rauch. The fourth book will be a team book written by Joe Casey with story consultation by Ramon Govea who created the concept, illustrated by Larry Stroman and Rob Stull, and colored by Snakebite Cortez. For the fifth title with a British male lead which is a science fiction thriller, it’ll be written by Joe Casey, illustrated by Jefte Palo who is well known for illustrating the Black Panther Secret Invasion storyline in which the Wakandans held back the Skrull invasion, it’ll be colored by Chris Sotomayor, and lettered by a legendary letterer. The letterer of the Hugo award winning Sandman Overture graphic novel, Todd Klein. The sixth title with a White male lead will be written by Alex De Campi, illustrated by Pop Mhan, and lettered by Deron Bennett. Deron Bennett is doing a bunch of DC “Rebirth” books. One prominent one is Batgirl. The seventh title with a lesbian lead character will be written by Amy Chu, illustrated by Jan Duursema, colored by Kelly Fitzpatrick, and lettered by Deron Bennett.

GP: That’s impressive you can remember and name all of them. So what can you tell us specifically about the series?

JI: Well basically the whole universe is started from an asteroid heading to Earth and a private corporation called the Foresight Corporation, which produced our teaser memo, they send four astronauts on a suicide mission to stop the asteroid. What happens leads to the emergence of super humans on our world. After that, most of the books will take place one year after that.

GP: As far as the comics, how are they kicking off, a mini-series and then everything launches from there?

JI: It’s going to start with a one-shot co-written by Christopher Priest and myself, coming out the first week of May 2017. And then we’ll be rolling out the books from there, from May through December.

GP: That’s an amazing group of talent working on the comic that’s very diverse, what about the characters?

JI: The characters are diverse. Of the four astronauts, you have two women, one of whom is lesbian, one of whom is Black. The two men, one is Black and one is British. The other three are American. Then there’s also a Chinese woman who is part of mission control who is supervising the mission in space, but was not one of the four astronauts.

GP: That certainly is diverse. When putting the series together, was this a priority and thought through?

JI: It was thought through in the sense that the owner David Steward II, the President Geoff Gerber, and I are really committed to creating a universe that invites everyone. Diversity is a buzzword that has become obsolete because it’s been used for a lot of PR. Diversity should be intrinsic if you have an expanded mindset and worldview so when you’re going to creators they’re not all heterosexual, they’re not all Caucasian males. They might not all be from the United States. They’re from different industries. They have different political backgrounds. Diversity is automatic. But we want to create something new and exciting that doesn’t have a burden of decades of continuity. We want everyone to feel invited to this world and this world will evolve into a world that will more accurately reflect the demographics of the one that we live more than a lot of other fictional superhero comic universes.

GP: When it comes to the writers… there’s a habit lately that writers are pigeonholed into what they write based on the color of their skin or their gender, in November out of 13 female writers for the big two only one was writing a comic with a male lead as an example, are you breaking that mold?

JI: I am breaking that mold. The book that is going to have the latino teenager lead is going to be written by Joe Casey whom is neither Latino nor a teenager. But, Joe Casey has clearly been an advocate for variety in superhero comic books, in creator owned comic books. And frankly he’s the co-creator of America Chavez. To me, that right there, America Chavez is one of the most beloved Latinx characters of our time. So I’m comfortable with him writing a Latinx character considering he created one of the most popular ones right now.

GP: He’s shown he can do it.

JI: Exactly.

GP: One of the things that caught my eye in your teases was a woman writing a male character, so it’s either Dr. Sheena Howard, Amy Chu, or Alex De Campi.

JI: What it is, the book that will be co-written by David Walker and Dr. Sheena Howard is an interracial team book written by a man and a woman featuring a man and a woman. That really came down to whom I feel David and Sheena are as people. Due to their academic backgrounds. Due to their vast social and cultural knowledge. Due to the fact they are both social crusaders, they are expertly qualified to tell this story.

Amy Chu is going to be writing a story about a Caucasian lesbian. Alex De Campi will be writing a story with a white American male lead. So you don’t have to keep these straight lines. Some of them won’t be straight for the sake of being straight. I really tried to see who were the best creators to tell these stories book by book.

GP: With the baggage that comes with continuity and years of stories, are you thinking through that as you put together this universe and series? A perfect example is Valiant that has continuity but you can read just one series, step into a new story arc, there’s clear starting points, or you can enjoy it all.

JI: Absolutely. No two books will be alike aesthetically. We want readers to be able to read a book and not feel like they are trapped or tricked into reading other books. If you read other books and you keep moving forward, you start seeing connected threads, and you get the benefit of the worldview of this entire thing. If you choose just one book, or two books, or four books, you can have individual experiences and as we look forward to the first crossover event, which will probably take place in 2018, that will be a story in of itself. If you choose to keep reading your book, you can do that. It’s very important for us that the reader not feel interrupted in the book, or books, that they like. It’s also important that when we collect these books we really want to engage the book market. We want to create volumes where a new reader can pick up any volume and get into that world. Whether it’s across titles or whether they pick up volume two of any series and we hope that they don’t feel like that have to pick up volume one but instead that they’ll want to pick up and read volume one.

It really comes down to characters. Characters are the underpinning of all stories. We want to create characters that the readers will care about. We want you to come along on the journey with these characters. So, by defining the characters, making them compelling, and making them relatable, is the ultimate way that we can invite readers, old and new, into the universe.

GP: Is the universe set in our world or slightly off? Do we get fake countries or ones that actually exist?

JI: It’s going to be our world geographically, all the identifications will match up to Earth. I look at this as the love child of Darwyn Cooke’s DC New Frontier and Vertigo Year One and the brilliance of Karen Berger in using Animal Man, Doom Patrol, Shade, the Changing Man, Black Orchid, and Kid Eternity as the foundation for a truly imaginative and impressive body of books. These will be super hero genre books, but they’ll also engage in other genres like science fiction, techno thriller, young adult, action adventure, teen adventure, social drama, so that is how I see it. For that to be the case, it had to take place in a world like ours.

GP: Since it is taking place in a world familiar to ours, there’s the debate as to whether comics should just be entertainment or if it should touch upon social justice issues being waged. Will the comics touch upon real world issues? From the characters and what you’ve described it sounds like social issues will be a natural thing for the series, but is it a goal and point?

JI: You know, we don’t see it as a hard agenda. It’s not something we’re going to beat the audience over the head with as far as the stories. When you’re talking about social justice, art has always been a vehicle for social justice.

GP: Comics always have.

JI: Exactly. We’re at a time where we are vulnerable in so many other areas. Our bodies are vulnerable. We’re being told what bathrooms we can use. We have political icons engaging in reprehensible behavior, xenophobia, and sexism. Art may be one of the last frontiers that is bullet proof. If you’re going to do a universe, and you’re going to engage the super hero and what the super hero can do, how can you not engage in social justice?

GP: How long has this been in the works?

JI: It’s funny, there has been different stages. I started working at Lion Forge in June and I really expanded it. The origins of the “Catalyst Prime” super hero universe starts with the owner of Lion Forge, David Steward II. As someone highly influence by Milestone, we are obviously simpatico on that front, myself being a Milestone alumni, Geoff Gerber the President of Lion Forge being an advocate for social justice, the three of us together really wanted this to be something special that would invite everybody. It started with the owner, but when I came in I took the nucleaus and put together a team of writers. We did a writers retreat where we all sat down in a room and spent a day and basically nurtured this universe to life and that kind of creativity, that imaginative osmosis, the results of that are really going to be seen in the books. You’re going to see us subvert some familiar archetypes. You’re going to see some characters of ethnic backgrounds that you never thought you’d equate with roles of power. We’re really looking to give you the kind of familiar things you want with super hero comic books, but we want to return fun and imagination to super hero comic books.

It feels like right now we’ve hit a critical mass in terms of cynicism, in terms of doubt, in terms of dissapointment, for the faith and investment of time we have given. I want this super hero unvierse be a return to fun and imagination and the consumer being rewarded for their time and love of this genre and this medium.

GP: With starting a comic line now, it feels like it’d be different because it’s no longer just print you’re dealing with. There’s digital, there’s mobile, there’s web, the avenues and distribution is so different. Is that in your thoughts in putting it together, looking at the big picture and how different people will interact differently with the material?

JI: Absolutely. It’s very important for us that anyone who wants to get our books will be able to get our books. Whether it is comic book stories in the direct market. Whether it’s book stores and collections in the trade market. Whether it’s digital. We have been looking at a lot of metrics and data in regards to digital comics. Some of those discoveries will impact how we put together and provide these books. And it’s very important to us that if you’re unfortunately living in a place that’s a comic store desert, you can still get the book. It’s important to us that if you feel there’s a local environment that’s not welcoming to you as a consumer that you can still get our book. It’s important to us that we engage in a discussion with retailers and consumers about pre-ordering so that we expand the vocabulary and help consumers get our books.

GP: Any final thoughts?

JI: It’s exciting for us to start this new thing. I think culturally that we are at a high point of the popularity and the agency of the super hero as a genre and so there’s no better time to start a new universe than right now. I firmly believe, and the creators that I’ve assembled, we all firmly believe that ultimately people want good stories. It’s not about what genre it is. It’s about good stories and good characters.

NYCC 2016: Cosplay of the Show

New York Comic Con 2016 has come and gone and as always there was a ton of cosplay and impressive level of craftsmanship on display. This year’s costume seemed to be Negan from The Walking Dead who was cosplayed by men and women alike and people of all ages. Though I didn’t keep an official count, the amount of people dressed as the character seemed to outnumber those dressed as Deadpool or Harley Quinn which was not as prevalent as it was at San Diego Comic-Con earlier this year.

Check out below for some of the costumes that you could have found around the convention.

NYCC 2016: AfterShock Announces Blood Blister and Animosity: The Rise

At New York Comic Con 2016, AfterShock Comics announced two new series during their panel. The two series will debut in January and you can find out more details below!


Written by: Phil Hester
Art by: Tony Harris
Inked by: Eric Layton
Colored by: Guy Major
Cover by: Tony Harris
$3.99/ 32 pages / Color/ On-Sale January 4th

Sin is a joke to Brandon Hull. Morality a crutch for the weak, laws mere tools to be abused. But when the corruption he scoffed at begins to manifest on his once-perfect body, Hull finds himself cast into a hidden world of unspeakable horror from which there is no escape. How can you be saved when the evil possessing you is your own soul? Opening a jarring window on to a world of horror.

Opening a jarring window on to a world of horror from the writer of The Coffin, Firebreather, and Deathstroke and the Eisner Award-winning artist of Ex-Machina and Starman.



Written by: Marguerite Bennett
Art by: Juan Doe
Cover by: Juan Doe
$3.99/ 32 pages / Color/ On-Sale January 18th

“The Animals thought, spoke, and took revenge. The dust has settled and the blood dried, but a new force is rising in the West, ready to help Animal-kind seize power in the dark new world to come…”

Spinning out from Marguerite Bennett’s hit new series ANIMOSITY is this special one-shot, illustrated by AMERICAN MONSTER’s very own Juan Doe! Witness the devastating effects of “The Wake” and how it affected other parts of the world on that terrifying day!


NYCC 2016: Kevin Porter and Ciera Foster Talk Ninjak vs. The Valiant Universe

As revealed at New York Comic Con 2016, Valiant Entertainment has announced Ninjak vs. The Valiant Universe – a brutal, first-of-its-kind, live-action digital series. Premiering online in late 2017, the bone-shattering, six-episode series will pit MI-6’s master assassin, Ninjak, against a gauntlet of Valiant’s most formidable heroes for a bloodstained battle royale torn from the pages of the largest independent superhero universe in comics.

We got a chance to talk to two of the stars, Kevin Porter (Dodgeball) who plays Armstrong and Ciera Foster (Two and a Half Men) who plays Livewire as to what we can expect from the series.

Scout Comics Announces Four New Series at New York Comic Con

Kicking off Saturday at New York Comic Con, Scout Comics announced four brand new series coming to shelves in 2017.


Written by A.C. Medina
Illustrated by Morgan Sawyer
Colored by Ross A. Campbell
Lettered by Micah Myers

Filled with deadly drag races for sport, routine mass killings called “the cleanings”, and where the common house is the size of a closet. Meet Manny, a fun loving, chop shop delivery boy, on the run and in possession of what may be humanity’s last hope. The only problem is Manny’s world is a bunker the size of California and just about everyone in it wants him dead.



Written by Mina Elwell
Illustrated by Eli Powell
Colored by Tristan Elwell
Lettered by Rob Jones

As Sam attempts to discover the real reason the people of her town are being destroyed, she becomes aware of mind-redning creatures that feed off the sanity of their victims. It’s up to her to do something about it… if she can only keep her grip on reality.



Written by Ed Cho
Illustrated by Lee Cherolis

Little Guardians tells the story of two young people switched at birth and now unknowingly living each other’s lives. Subira was supposed to be the next Guardian of Yowza Village, but she was born a girl. Instead she lives a quiet life working at The Item Shop never knowing what should have been. Idem trains to be the next Guardian and tries his best to be the warrior he was never meant to be. How will the next generation survive the choices made for them as strange incidents start plaguing the village and demon attacks appear to be on the rise?



Written by James Pruett
Illustrated by Federico De Luca

Alex was only 7 when he first awakened the power that left him comatose for nearly 16 years, an evolutionary power lying dormant in all mankind, bubbling within the unconscious mind waiting and yearning to be unleashed. Finally, a young child was able to touch this untapped force and the results were catastrophic. Those that would use his ability have been awaiting Alex’s awakening. Now, that wait has ended, and the world will soon learn the true potential of mankind. But will Alex be a vanguard for the world or will he be responsible for its annihilation?


Dragon Con 2016: Awesomely Bad Japanese Music Videos Celebrates the Best of the Bad

When my Dragon Con roommate Kurt aka TheGreatSG told me about his panel for Dragon Con, I figured it was worth a look. I hadn’t been in the J-Music scene in a while, but I’m always down for weird music videos.

I was not prepared for how weird it was going to get.


While this was my first year attending, Awesomely Bad Japanese Music videos has become something of a staple of cons in the Southeast. Showcasing the best of the bad, the panel has grown to have its own in-jokes and expectations over the years. Starting with the glory of interdimensional being Daigo Stardust to the death of Tarako Kewpie at the hands of Chris Jericho. Don’t worry, where that strange red bean kewpie fell, what will rise in its place is an epic and mind-bending song about snack crackers composed by Yoko Kanno. No, really.

The thing I quickly learned between being swung back to the days of Kishidan and Supercar’s somewhat mortifying ‘Be’ video is that Awesomely Bad Japanese Music Videos is not really about mocking these videos. Which seems like it would be the main idea when you got videos like ‘Nande?’ and the bizarre, hysterical and cheaply made video for Polysics’ ‘Domo Arigato, Mr. Roboto.’ However, as much as it is about comedy, it’s also about celebrating the weird. There’s something of an art in the weird and SG gets that. It’s fun because it’s weird and awesomely bad. Not in spite of it.

Of course, there’s even a few earworms in there. I had ‘Nande?’ and Complex’s ‘Be My Baby’ stuck in my head for days after the panel. And, of course, FISH FIGHT!


If you’re at a con where Awesomely Bad Japanese Music videos will be at, I implore you to give it a look. It will be weird and awesomely bad, but it’s presentation is the furthest thing from malicious. Being introduced to these videos in a crowd that was just as into it as I was was easily some of the most fun I had at the con this year. If have one complaint though, it’s that we didn’t get ‘Miira Killer on our playlist, but that’s only because I’m biased towards the current NXT Champion.

For the Dragon Con playlist and to find out when Awesomely Bad is coming to a con near you, check them out on Facebook or Tumblr.

What if Calvin & Hobbes grew up in Sin City? Find out in Spencer & Locke!

At New York Comic Con, Action Lab Entertainment has announced a new series for their Action Lab: Danger Zone line, Spencer & Locke! Written by David Pepose with art by Jorge Santiago, Jr. the series asks what if Calvin & Hobbes grew up in Sin City?

Find out in Spencer & Locke, a dark four-issue crime thriller from Action Lab Entertainment’s Danger Zone imprint. Written by David Pepose and illustrated by Jorge Santiago, Jr., Spencer & Locke follows Detective Locke, who returns to the scene of his horrific upbringing when his grade-school sweetheart, Sophie Jenkins, is found dead in a lonesome back alley. But when Locke’s investigation dredges up menacing figures from his traumatic past, there’s only one person he can trust to help him close the case — his childhood imaginary panther, Spencer. The twisted nostalgia of Spencer & Locke comes to comic shops and digital devices in March 2017.

You can also be one of the first to dive into the story this weekend with an exclusive New York Comic Con variant of Spencer & Locke #1 by artist Joe Mulvey!

Written by Pepose with art by Santiago, Jr. the series features coloring by Jasen Smith and lettering by Colin Bell. Check out a preview and trailer below!

SpencerLocke AL Cover

Diamond Select Toys Releases a Sneak Peek of What You’ll Find at New York Comic Con

Diamond Select Toys is bringing their full array of products to New York Comic-Con, including nearly all of their in-development prototypes! Check out the display cases at booth #1644 to see upcoming action figures, Minimates, busts, statues, banks and kitchenware from such properties as Marvel, DC, Ghostbusters, Nightmare Before Christmas and more! Below is a selection of the upcoming DST items on display, with even more making their debuts at the show!

Aliens Deluxe Minimates Space Jockey Figure Set

A Diamond Select Toys release! When a Minimate set gets this big, it can only be called Deluxe! The Aliens Deluxe Minimates line continues with a third Deluxe release, the Alien Space Jockey, as seen in the 1979 film that started it all! This Minimates-style diorama piece measures over 4 inches tall and comes with an exclusive 2” Minimates mini-figure of Nostromo crew member Kane, wearing his environmental suit with melted face plate, plus multiple alien eggs. Kane is fully poseable with 14 points of articulation, a removable helmet and interchangeable parts, including a facehugger alien! Fully compatible with all Alien and Predator Minimates. Packaged on a full-color blister card. (Item #OCT162586, SRP: $14.99)


Batman Classic TV Series King Tut Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Calling all Tutlings! The Nabob of the Nile, the Moon God of Thoth, King Tut is the newest Bat-villain to break into DST’s hit line of resin busts based on the Batman Classic TV Series! With his crook and flail in hand, the self-styled Pharaoh of Gotham sits atop a pedestal based on the show’s classic opening animation, and measures approximately 6 inches tall. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, it comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Sculpted by Jean St. Jean! (Item #OCT162585, SRP: $59.99)


Batman Classic TV Series Mad Hatter Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Holy headgear, Batman! This all-new resin bust based on the Batman Classic TV Series depicts none other than the Mad Hatter, Jervis Tetch! With his unhealthy obsession with helmets and his hypnotizing top hat, TV’s Tetch was one of the most unusual of Batman’s classic TV foes, and that’s really saying something! This resin bust measures approximately 6 inches tall atop a pedestal inspired by the show’s animated opening credits. Limited to 3,000 pieces, it comes packaged in a numbered full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Jean St. Jean! (Item #SEP162530, SRP: $59.99)


Batman Classic TV Series Premier Collection Joker Resin Statue

A Diamond Select Toys release! The Clown Prince of Crime is moving up to the big time! Hot on the heels of Batman, Batgirl and Catwoman, this 12-inch scale of The Joker depicts his classic TV appearance, and is in scale to all other Premier Collection statues! With an explosive base decorated with his own face, this detailed sculpt includes the actor’s ever-present mustache, and is a must-have for any Classic Batman collection! Limited to 3,000 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color numbered box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Jean St. Jean! (Item #SEP162531, SRP: $149.99)


DC Gallery Justice League Animated Galatea PVC Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! It’s the girl who would be Power Girl! Created by Cadmus Labs as a clone of Supergirl, Galatea was aged to her physical prime without the moral influences that guided her genetic twin, and became an enemy of the Justice League. Sculpted at a 9-inch scale, this dynamic PVC figure has Galatea hovering over a diorama base, and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. The figure comes packaged in a full-color window box, and is in scale to all Femme Fatales and Gallery PVC figures. Sculpted by Varner Studios! (Item #SEP162548, $45.00)


DC Gallery Justice League Animated Huntress PVC Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! Criminals beware, the Huntress is here! The enemy of organized crime, the Huntress is part of Batman’s extended family of crime-fighters, and is also a member of the Justice League! Based on her appearance in that classic animated series, this 9” scale PVC figure rests on a diorama base, and is in scale to all Gallery and Femme Fatales PVC figures. Packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Varner Studios. (Item #OCT162577, SRP: $45.00)


Ghostbusters Select Action Figures Series 4 Asst.

A Diamond Select Toys release! The Traveler has come! After three series of the Ghostbusters and their friends, now it’s time for a wave of their foes! This new assortment of fully poseable 7-inch scale action figures features Gozer the Gozerian, who was big in Sumeria, alongside EPA stiff Walter Peck and a slimed version of Peter Venkman featuring a new sculpt! Each figure features 16 points of articulation, and each figure comes with another piece of the rooftop diorama – collect all 15 figures to build the rooftop temple from the end of the film! Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios! (Item # SEP162532, SRP: $24.99/ea.)


Gotham Minimates Series 4 Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys release! Gotham City is getting stranger, and so is the Gotham Minimates line! Based on the latest season of Gotham on Fox, this all-new box set of 2-inch Minimates mini-figures features Dr. Hugo Strange, Detective Harvey Bullock, Dr. Leslie Thompkins and the villainous Victor Fries (a.k.a. Mr. Freeze)! Each Minimate features up to 14 point of articulation, and fully interchangeable parts and accessories – Strange can change from his suit to his surgical gown, Fries includes his powerful freeze ray, and Bullock comes with coffee and donuts! Each figure also includes a clear display stand. Set comes packaged in a full-color blister card. (Item #SEP162528, SRP: $24.99)


Justice League Animated Green Lantern Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! In brightest day, in blackest night, no evil shall escape his sight! This 6-inch resin bust of Green Lantern Jon Stewart joins the growing Justice League team in DST’s epic line of busts based on the DC Animated Universe! Limited to only 3,000 pieces, Jon Stewart is posed with his ring at the ready, atop a pedestal base inspired by the League’s Watchtower satellite. Bust comes packaged in a numbered box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Varner Studios! (Item #SEP162547, SRP: $59.99)


Justice League Animated Martian Manhunter Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! The last Martian joins the Justice League resin bust series! As DST expands their lineup of collectibles based on the classic Justice League and Justice League Unlimited cartoons, founding League member Martian Manhunter has landed, measuring approximately 6 inches tall atop a pedestal base inspired by the Watchtower satellite. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, he comes packaged in a full-color box with a certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Varner Studios! (Item #OCT162576, SRP: $59.99)


Marvel Gallery Medusa PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! All hail the queen of the Inhumans! Once a member of the Frightful Four, now monarch of the Inhuman race, Medusa is the latest PVC diorama to join the Marvel Gallery line. Wearing one of her most recent costumes, she hovers above the ground, suspended by her own prehensile hair! This PVC figure is sculpted in 9-inch scale, making it in scale to all Gallery and Femme Fatales PVC figures. Packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Alejandro Pereira! (Item #OCT162587, SRP: $45.00)


Marvel Gallery Spider-Man Classic PVC Diorama

A Diamond Select Toys release! Marvel’s most popular super-hero is the newest addition to the Marvel Gallery PVC line! Sculpted in 9-inch scale, this sculpture of Spider-Man sees him balanced on one foot atop a New York City rooftop, surveying the city he is sworn to protect! Featuring detailed sculpting and paint applications this PVC diorama is in scale to all Gallery and Femme Fatales PVC figures, and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Mat Brouillard! (Item #SEP162538, SRP: $45.00)


Marvel Minimates Daredevil TV Season 2 Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys release! The Devil of Hell’s Kitchen is back, with a new friend and two new frenemies! Based on Season 2 of the Daredevil TV series on Netflix, this box set of four Minimates mini-figures features Daredevil as he appeared in the infamous stairwell fight, plus Elektra, Stick and Karen Page! Each 2-inch Minimates mini-figure features 14 points of articulation, fully interchangeable parts, and a display stand. The set also includes a duct-taped gun hand and chain for Daredevil, a removable hat and alternate head for Stick, a laptop and Frank Castle’s X-Ray for Karen, and sais and an alternate head for Elektra. Packaged in a full-color window box. (Item #OCT162588, SRP: $24.99)


My Little Pony DJ Pon-3 Vinyl Bank

A Diamond Select Toys release! In Equestria, you clip, you clop and you don’t stop! The DST vinyl bank line based on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic continues with DJ Pon-3, Equestria’s resident record-spinner! Depicted with her twin turntables and headphones, DJ Pon-3 stands approximately 8 inches tall and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. Plus, a coin slot on the back and access door in the base allow you to save up your money to buy some fresh beats! Bank comes packaged ina clear polybag. Sculpted by Varner Studios! (Item #SEP162529, SRP: $22.99)


Nightmare Before Christmas Glass Character Tumblers

A Diamond Select Toys release! Raise a toast to the Pumpkin King with these four tumblers celebrating The Nightmare Before Christmas! Featuring all-new artwork inspired by the film, these fast-food-style glass tumblers also have mini-biographies of each character on the reverse side, and spotlight Jack, Sally, Oogie Boogie and the Mayor, along with some of Halloween Town’s other residents. Recommend hand-wash only. Each glass is individually packaged in a full-color window box.


Jack Tumbler (Item #OCT162589, SRP: $9.99)


Mayor Tumbler (Item #OCT162590, SRP: $9.99)


Sally Tumbler (Item #OCT162591, SRP: $9.99)


Oogie Boogie Tumbler (Item #OCT162592, SRP: $9.99)


Nightmare Before Christmas Santa Jack Unlimited Coffin Collection Doll

A Diamond Select Toys release! The star of the stop-motion animation holiday classic Tim Burton’s The Nightmare Before Christmas is back, and Christmas will never be the same! With an all-new head sculpt, this unlimited, single-packed 16” doll of Jack Skellington in his Santa Claus outfit features a real cloth costume over a fully poseable body, with 12 points of articulation. Packaged in a coffin-shaped window box! (Item #SEP162539, SRP: $49.99)


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