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DC's stable of superheroes and everyone's favorite galaxy from far, far away inspired all kinds of toy and statue reveals this week. Dive into the latest edition of TOYING AROUND!
Writer Keith Giffen spoke with CBR about August's "DC Universe Vs. Masters of the Universe," pitting He-Man against Superman, finding Batman's opposite and circumventing fan expectations.
Joined by their teammates and allies, Superman and He-Man will face off again this summer in Keith Giffen and Dexter Soy's "DC Universe Vs. Masters of the Universe."
Brett has a bit of a problem with DC Comics covering up He-Man with the character's new costume, and the general trend towards the ever-growing fabric imprisonment of male heroes' legs.
DC Comics has debuted Ed Benes’ cover for "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" #4, which reveals a radically new look for the hero of television, film and toyboxes.
After announcing that they would publish a "Masters of the Universe" ongoing series by Keith Giffen and Pop Mhan, DC Comics has debuted the first interior pages from the April-debuting title.
Post-Toy Fair 2013 the news slows down for new merchandise announcements, but this week we finally lay eyes on the full first wave of the "Man of Steel Movie Masters" figures and new "The Walking Dead" TV toys!
AMC's "Breaking Bad" buying into the action figure game headlined the week in toy announcements, followed by an armory full of "Iron Man" products and McFarlane Toys expanding "The Walking Dead" comic book line.
DC has announced a "Masters of the Universe" ongoing series written by "He-Man: Masters of the Universe" miniseries writer Keith Giffen with art by Pop Mahn. The series launches in April.
Cartoonist Bill White passes away at age 51. Why do superhero movies have mass appeal but the comics do not? Scott Snyder on Superman and more! Joshua Hale Fialkov delves into Skeletor's origins! Plus much more!
DC Comics has provided CBR with an exclusivepreview of Jeff Parker's "Masters of the Universe" #6. The digital-first issue, starring Orko, goes on sale Saturday, September 29.
A closer look at August's direct-market sales! Penguin launches graphic novel imprint! "Daredevil" team talks about Harvey Awards wins! Geoff Johns at the Arab American National Museum! Keith Giffen on his "He-Man" plans! Plus more!
Writer Joshua Fialkov discusses his October one-shot that reimagines the origins of "He-Man And The Masters Of The Universe" villain, Skeletor.
In advance of the "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" comic, DC Comics releases a digital-first "Masters of the Universe," which features a character Geoff Johns created when he was eight.
James Robinson discusses scripting "Masters of the Universe" and his interest in returning to Eternia after the initial 6-issue series while sharing an exclusive first look at the first issue's Skeletor variant cover.
DC Comics returns to Eternia in July with a six-issue "He-Man and the Masters of the Universe" limited series by James Robinson, Phillip Tan and Ruy Jose. ROBOT 6 has details.
Tim concludes his conversation with Tom Scioli as they wrap up the New Gods chat and turn their attention toward Scioli's new "American Barbarian" from AdHouse book and his final two issues of "GODLAND."
Tim begins a two-part conversation with artist Tom Scioli, discussing formative Masters of the Universe comics, astonishing Jack Kirby tales and the aesthetic origin of the "American Barbarian" creator.
"She-Ra: Princess of Power" star Melendy Britt spoke with SPINOFF about her memories of the beloved animated series, explaining why her character called upon the honor of Grayskull, and not the power.
"Hack/Slash" and "Witchblade" writer Tim Seeley spoke exclusively with CBR News about writing mini-comics for Mattel's Masters of the Universe Classics line of toys, which will include all-new He-Man figures.
"Ghost Rider 2" kick starts with writer David Goyer. "Sin City 2" possibly to film next year. "He-Man" finds a new home. "Surrogates" video interview and more.
DC Entertainment changes "Wonder Woman." Director Edgar Wright still en route to "Ant Man." WB cuts lose "He-Man." All this, new "Heroes" stills and "Hancock 2."