We’ve had screwdrivers and comics and RPGs, but now we’re getting t-shirts. Sporting the most striking image of Matt Smith’s first season, this black t-shirt is stamped with the famous blue whirlwind picture of the Doctor and Amy spinning out of control, TARDIS behind them. Show you trust your Doctor by wearing this bad boy around.
Oh, and two more of the Doctor Who novels are shipping this week, as well. One, starring David Tennant’s 10th Doctor, is called Doctor Who: Taking of Chelsea 426 and involves the Doctor investigating the weird occurrences of a green house planet. The second, Doctor Who: The Glamour Chase, stars Matt Smith’s as he and Amy investigate ruins that hint at an alternate reality having merged with ours.
If you’ve read Mark Waid and Alex Ross’ Kingdom Come, you’re aware of the brilliant interpretations they give Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman. Maybe the strongest visual retooling of the bunch, though, Diane’s golden Amazonian warfare attire from the story’s climax. Well, now you can rip that image straight from the comic and sit it on your desk to admire into infinity with the Covers Girls of the DCU Wonder Woman statue. Decked out in her Kingdom Come battle armor, this full body statue displays Wonder Woman in all her war hungry glory.
So, you’re going through you checklist for the release of the Green Lantern movie next week. T-Shirt, check. Green Lantern: Rebirth trade paperback, check. Green Lantern ring, ch…wait, what’s that little piddly plastic thing on your finger? You call that a Green Lantern ring? This is a ring (by the way, the previous sentence needs to be said in a Paul Hogan Australian accent). Yes, the official Green Lantern Movie Replica Ring is cast from the exact ring Ryan Reynolds wears in the film. Get your nerd on, ladies and gentlemen.
Over a foot tall and ripped from the pages of Geoff Johns and Gary Frank’s run on Superman, the new Superman Vs. Brainiac statue is epic in all the right ways. For instance, Superman is designed in the indelible Christopher Reeves-esque likeness that Gary Frank established while on the book. Outside of that, the version of Brainiac on the statue is also the redesigned version Frank created (which is awesome!). Finally, Superman is ripping the Brainiac robot’s head off. His head, people. Sweet.