Even Batman needs help every once in a while! So when Gotham City is threatened with destruction by Ra’s Al Ghul and Kobra, the Dark Knight Detective must must enlist the aid of his most powerful ally – Superman! (And a couple of others.)
But even with a little help from his friends, will the Caped Crusader be able to overcome one of the greatest challenges of his crime fighting career? Well there’s no need to wonder. Just forge ahead and find out, fearless reader!
LEGO is announcing three new Justice League sets for release on August 1st. You’ll be able to visit Atlantis, build up your armies of Parademons and Atlanteans, and add new Batman vehicles to his already impressive armory.
Aquaman (with a new deco), Batman, Cyborg, Flash, Wonder Woman, Steppenwolf, and Superman are among the mini-figures included in these sets. Wait a minute! Isn’t Superman dead? Dun dun dun!
It’s an all-out action thriller as the World’s Greatest Detective versus the World’s Greatest Assassin. Harvey Dent (aka Two-Face) has been marked for death, and is being hunted by the lethal mercenary known as Deathstroke. Now, the only person he can turn to for help is his greatest enemy, Batman!
But will the Dark Knight be able to stop The Terminator before he completes his deadly mission? Find out in a tale we call “The Two Faces of Death!”
There once came a time when Batman actually quit the Justice League and formed his own ragtag team of misfit superheroes known as “The Outsiders.” Now, Batman and the Outsiders are together again in an all new adventure that features Katana, Black Lightning, Metamorpho, and the Dark Knight Detective as they team-up one last time to try to stop a plot that could threaten the entire globe. Don’t miss it!!
Hey what’s up? It’s Bill the action figure comics guy here. I just got my hands on the Extreme Sets Multiverse Collection Series 2 dioramas, and I must say I am very impressed (and very happy) with all of them. Now, as some of you may or may not know, I’ve been doing full length comics using action figures for about 900 years, (or maybe it’s more like 15-years), and I must say if Extreme Sets had been around back when I started it would have made my life a whole lot easier (and my comics look a whole lot better).