The DC Comics Action Figure Archive

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Chronicle Books, Dec 20, 2007 - Antiques & Collectibles - 208 pages
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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 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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User Review  - Scott Williams - Goodreads

This book is organized alphabetically so that multiple versions of given characters can be seen together. I would have preferred a book organized chronologically. The photography is nice but I wish ... Read full review


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Scott Beatty is a former editor of Toyfare magazine and author of The Batman Handbook. He lives in Pennsylvania.

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