You have a shelf of hero statues, but what about the villains? Kotobukiya unveiled a glorious Gorilla Grodd ArtFX+ statue that will dominate your Nerd Room of Doom.
Maxifigure in the house! Stephen takes a look at another DC Comics Super Heroes set – #76026 Gorilla Grodd Goes Bananas. It includes Batman, Gorilla Grodd, Captain Cold, The Flash, and Wonder Woman!
I give the comics of the 90s a lot of static, and rightfully so, as some of ’em were dreadful in ways that even the most gawdawful Golden Age book couldn’t match. And then, there’s the time the entire Justice League turned into apes. So, there’s that… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of JLA Annual #3 awaits!
We already knew that a Green Lantern vs. Sinestro set (featuring Batman) was coming our way in 2015, but now we know all of the DC Comics Super Heroes sets coming our way from LEGO, and we have images, too!
What happens when Lex Luthor comes face to face with Gorilla Grodd? Someone is going to lose a body part, and in the sneak peek released by DC Comics, you’ll get to see Grodd eat some brains.
The latest episode of Batman: The Brave and The Bold airs this week, and here’s your sneak peek. SYNOPSIS: Gorilla Grodd travel’s to the future where intelligent animals rule humans — Batman follows him and teams with Kamandi (the last boy on Earth) to bring him down.
“Girl, Youâ€™ll Be a Woman Soon” – Like by the end of the issue Even though Mark Waid said returning to the Flash after his long run was a huge mistake, there is one thing you have to give him credit for; adding the children as a plot device that would have repercussions down the road – hey, just in time for a new crisis!