Our fourth DC Universe Classics Wave 15 Review focuses on Golden Pharaoh and Sinestro Corps Batman. These two are alike in that neither has a true spot in the DC Universe, but their translation into DC Classics is a tale of two toys. One a fantastic update and the other an odd addition.
Our look at DC Universe Classics Wave 15 continues with not one, but two Starmen figures - the Golden Age Starman and his son and successor, Jack Knight. As a big fan of the Golden Age and its legacy characters, I was excited for both figures, but only one really met my expectations.
Our DC Universe Classics reviews keep on trucking with today's look at fan favorite OMAC! At IAT, we feel obscurity is in the eye of the beholder and if you're us, lifelong DC fans, the line hasn't gotten anywhere near obscurity yet. If you're not familiar with OMAC, fear not, we'll cover his history along with his review.
Some of you might have noticed that we were a little light on the updates last week. There were a couple family birthdays and some crazy wedding preperation adventures, but mostly, I was neck deep in photographing all of my DC Classics and coding CSS/HTML for the biggest updates to our checklists yet.
I like to do these DCUC reviews in groups of two because it lets me get them on the schedule a little quicker. Usually, I try to group the figures in sensible duos just because it makes them easier to write about, Darkseid and Desaad, for example. But it's not always easy to do that. For this review, I'm left with pairing up Iron andMary Marvel. There's no obvious connection here, save one. This review contains the best and worst figures from DCUC12.