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Creators of brands such as Living Dead Dolls, Texty Bears, Mez-Itz and more, Mezco also produces many of today's most popular collector-friendly licensed products including: DC Universe, Sons Of Anarchy, Breaking Bad, and Thundercats to name a few.
Amell said portraying a character "in the DC Universe [was] a dream.
I got to do one story, the dream story -- drawn by Miguelanxo Prado -- set in the dawn of time which had more weird crossovers with the DC universe than, perhaps, anything I've written.
While the first two enduringly popular and cultural impacting characters from the DC universe were Batman and Superman, the roster of 'super heroes' was a long one and included such pop culture icons (some of whom were drawn from the pulp magazines) included The Shadow, The Flash, Captain Marvel, Wonder Woman, and Hawkman.
The latest outing is Lego Batman 2 - a standalone game from the first offering and one that is packed full of characters from the Batman world and, rather brilliantly, the rest of the DC universe, too.
Many of the scenes and characters featured can also be found in the Lego DC Universe Super Heroes toy collection, which was introduced earlier this year, said a senior official.
Cutting back the fluff of the recent adventure orientated titles in the series and building on the solid work in Mortal Kombat VS DC Universe, it's gruesome, devilish fun.
DC UNIVERSE ONLINE PC/PS3 NOT since the Xbox 360 port of Final Fantasy XI in 2006 has there been a proper console Massive Multiplayer Game.