In this installment of The Want List, Potato Head Heroes, Arkham Asylum, and FIREFLIES!
Batman is all the rage right, well actually he always is, now due to the Death of the Family story line wrapping up and the release of Batman Inc. #8 today (listen for Stephen’s and Matthew’s thoughts on this week’s Dueling Review!) With all this happening we decided to feature Batman fan-art done by Mike Henry, who you will recognize from his X-Men art featured previously.
Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo are putting together an acclaimed run on Batman. But with the Joker more murderous than ever, is this Batbook getting just too plain nasty? Major Spoilers has the review.
Hot Toys released a small teaser earlier this month that revealed they had a few Iron Man products on the way. Today we get a closer look at a few of those as well as images teasing us with what the company has lined up in the coming months.
Anytime one of the top toy companies announces one new figure it is enough to excite us here at Major Spoilers, so with Slideshow releasing images for SIX coming figures we almost can’t handle ourselves. Take the jump for all the images, including the Man of Steel!
If you are going to look like a tool wearing a Snuggie, you might as well look like a cool tool, with Superhero Stuff’s Joker Costume Snuggly Sleeved Blanket.
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The Clown Prince of Crime is back in action in a major way. After he took out nearly a police station worth of cops, he set his sites on Alfred Pennyworth. With Pennyworth’s kidnapping, Batman attempts to stay three steps ahead of the Joker’s plans, but will it be at the risk of the Bat Family? More after the jump!
With plenty of Batman statues released over the years, Gotham city’s most evil is out to take revenge on the world. Joining the ranks of such greats as The Dark Knight Returns Batman vs. Joker is another classic Batman story come to life in BATMAN THE KILLING JOKE THE JOKER! A 1988 graphic novel by Alan Moore and drawn by Brian Bolland, The Killing Joke is a story about Joker and how he came to be the Clown Prince of Crime. Other than an interesting origin story for him, the book also features one of the most famous scenes in the history of comics: Joker shooting Barbara Gordon (which would in turn lead to her becoming the hero Oracle). Almost as famous as its contents is Joke’s iconic cover image, captured for the first time as an ARTFX Statue!
The hit video game series is coming to a Lego aisle near you! Join up with Batman and Robin as they try to take down the likes of Poison Ivy, Joker, and Penguin! You really need to take the jump and see all of what this set has to offer.
The last time we saw the Joker, he did something so horrifying it defied logic. But is that such a surprise? After all, he is the Joker. Now that the Court of Owls storyline has ended, Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo are bringing the Joker back. But is that such a surprise? After all, it is the Joker, and this is Batman. Is the return worth it?
Jason Todd narrates the story of his life up to his death, a story most people are familiar with. But what really happened behind the scenes? Meet the man who created Red Hood after the jump!
This October, one of the most notorious villains in comic book history is making his return to DC COMICS-THE NEW 52. In the new storyline, “Death of the Family,” The Joker will come out of the dark in a horrifying, unnerving, and huge way. And the grave consequences of his reemergence will be felt by not only the Bat-family, but by all of Gotham City.