Extreme Sets provided samples of their Bank, Vault, and Cave pop-ups for this review. These are three of the dioramas from the latest wave from their Multiverse Collection – Series 6 for this review. Thanks guys!
Someone has uncovered Batman’s true identity, and they plan to sell the information to the highest bidder. If the Caped Crusader can’t stop them, Batman will be NO MORE!
Get ready as the Dark Knight Detective takes on a gallery of his greatest rogues in a thrilling adventure full of twists, turns, and shocking revelations!
It’s Christmas Eve in Gotham City and the Dark Knight must face not one, but two of his greatest enemies, The Joker and The Penguin. Can the Batman defeat this dastardly duo and save Christmas?
Find out by joining us for an adventure set in the earliest days of the Caped Crusader’s crime fighting crusade. It’s the “First Bat-Christmas!”
For more, check out my review of the Extreme Sets Multiverse Collection Series 2.
For those of you lamenting the death of DC Universe Classics, rest assured, Mattel is beginning to ramp up DC Comics-based figures again. And they will continue to collaborate with the Four Horsemen on them. However, if you are hoping for the return of a retail line solely focused on DC / Four Horsemen figures, that’s not happening in the near term.
Mattel’s strategy to have one line that encapsulates comics, movies, TV, and video game figures is working for them. The Four Horsemen, who were once the sole collaborators on collector-oriented DC figures from Mattel, will still have a portion of that – mostly the comics-inspired figures. Most of the others are falling outside the 4H aesthetic and are being done internally or by other design partners.