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The DC Comics Action Figure Archive

By Scott Beatty

9 x 12 in; 208 pp;
600 color images
Hardcover
December 2007
ISBN 9780811858328
ISBN10 0811858324

SKU# 9780811858328

$40.00
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For the legions that collect the immensely popular DC Comics action figures, we have good news: the official visual compendium of more than 1,400 characters has finally arrived. The DC Comics Action Figure Archive is the definitive reference for th...
The DC Comics Action Figure Archive


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The DC Comics Action Figure Archive

For the legions that collect the immensely popular DC Comics action figures, we have good news: the official visual compendium of more than 1,400 characters has finally arrived. The DC Comics Action Figure Archive is the definitive reference for the serious enthusiast. Assembled by lead collector Scott Beatty and the experts at DC Comics, this sturdy hardcover features more than 600 full-color photographs and an easily navigable A-to-Z structure. Here, too, are previously impossible-to-find release dates, variants and "redecoes," as well as detailed information on action figure scales and articulation points. From Ace the Bat-Hound to Zauriel, with lots of Batman and Superman in-between, this collector's must-have guide doesn't miss a beat.

 

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9 x 12 in; 208 pp;
600 color images
Hardcover
December 2007
ISBN 9780811858328
ISBN10 0811858324
Scott Beatty is a former editor of Toyfare magazine and author of The Batman Handbook. He lives in Pennsylvania.

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The DC Comics Action Figure Archive

The DC Comics Action Figure Archive

10/11/11| jonathan miller
As if I didn't have enough cause for embarrassment being a grown man with an action figure collection, the true level of my obsessive-compulsive need for toys I didn't have when I was a kid will now be revealed by my possession of a comprehensive hard-bound collection of beautiful, glossy full-color pictures of my action figures (and all the ones I don't have! ARGH!) If I already have trouble explaining to friends and dates why I want to have these toys in the first place, how am I ever going to explain my need to read about them?

The way I would have done it! (almost)

The way I would have done it! (almost)

10/11/11| Tom Burk
This is a great guide to the DC action figures.....I only wish they had included photos of ALL the figures mentioned in the text!
My next request is a companion volume on the Marvel action figures. I already use this one to keep track of which characters I already have figures of from the DC universe. Since I aim to have only one of each character, this helps prevent me from buying duplicates. A similar guide to the Marvel characters would be most useful. Scott, are you listening? You can contact me at Janarrah1@aol.com !
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