DC Universe


DC Comics, using the initials from the company’s popular series Detective Comics, which featured Batman’s debuted.  In 1938, Detective Comics Inc. launched a fourth title, Action Comics and the premier of Superman, the first comic book to feature the new character archetype now known as superheroes. 

On February 22, 2010, a copy of Action Comics #1 sold at auction from an anonymous seller to an anonymous buyer for $1 million dollars.  In 2006, Mattel produced a collection of action figures called DC Superheroes.  They were divided into three different lines, the Justice League Unlimited toyline, the Select Sculpt Series (S3) featuring more comic-accurate figures in the 6 inch and 12 inch scale. Since 1991, Bigtop Collectibles has dealt with your favorite DC Superheroes. We care vintage and modern DC action figures for every collector and pocket book. 

Everything from Superman, Batman and Wonder Women.  With the re-launch of our favorite DC superhero movies, Bigtop Collectibles is your one stop shopping.  Stay up to date on new releases for the new Superman Movie and Superman vs. Batman movie collections.

The DC line began as a successor to Mattel’s Batman toy line.  Mattel only had the license to Batman and Superman characters at the time.  In 2006, at New York City’s Toy Fair the first five assortments were announced (the fourth series was postponed).  The entire line, with the exception of Robin and Nightwing was sculpted by the Four Horseman Studios.  The figures have around 21 points of articulation and initially came with a comic book.  In 2007, Mattel’s license was extended to include all of the DC Comic’s characters, including all movies and TV shows past, present and future.

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