Partners, side-kicks, family, and crew–best friend duos are at the heart of any good story. Here is our short list of some of our favorite pairs in pop culture that remind us we can take any challenge with our besties by our side:
Batman has taken on many different forms over the years. From the modern day version to his vampire-isc, Red Rain, there are many versions of the bat man. Here are a few examples of the otherworldly shapes he has transformed in to over the years.
From horror movie Ninja Turtles to action figure body bags, Dan Polydoris’ Death by Toys is far from your typical toy shop. Check out his story here.
Like most women, Wonder Woman has changed her look numerous times over the years. Whether you prefer the early days or her current updated look, there are plenty of Wonder Woman collectibles out there to match everyone’s taste.
Dungeons and Dragons has been relevant in pop culture for decades–and has influenced the way we see “monsters” more than you think. Here are some of D&D’s most popular original monsters, from lethal objects to giant gelatinous cubes.
In “Guardians of the Galaxy,” Groot easily stole the show with his simple vocabulary and big heart. Though his selflessness ultimately led to his destruction, he only came back more adorable than ever in “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.” Groot’s new look has spawned a variety of new toys based around his tiny features and passion for dancing. Here are some favorite renditions of “Baby Groot.”
Doctor Who Funko POP! figures are a must have for any Doctor Who fan. Their unique look captures the essence of the show and makes their appeal even greater for collectors.
Here are 16 of the most expensive classic board games ever put into production. Vintage and hard to find but still so much fun to play.
When VHS ruled the world, and we spent our weekends scouring the video store shelves for movies to watch, there was the strange mashup of board games and video cassette tapes. Now these games are favorites among collectors and the lucky friends that get to play the games with them.
We all know about the classic Alien franchise…but how do the movies fit in together? Here is a guide to the Alien series and its success since the first alien escaped someone’s chest.
As kids we never thought action figures could be anything but the high flying, butt kicking, kung fu grip having, toys we grew up with. How wrong we were.
We dive into our archives to share some of the best this classic movie franchise has to offer
Funko Pop! newest Justice League figures bring an updated, exciting look and feel to DC Universe
Ultraman premiered as a Japanese live action series in the 1960s and soon became a tokusatsu classic. Here’s a history of this giant man and the collectibles that were influenced by his show.
This “Mother List” could contain a hundred more powerful female characters in Pop Culture. We’ve selected just a few of our favorites to highlight. See if your personal favorite made our short list.
McDonald Happy Meals and the collectible toys inside their cardboard boxes have been delighting kids for generations. Here’s a brief history of how the toys launched and their progression through the years.
Starting a comic book convention is not for the faint of heart. CompleteSet Contributor, Charlie Moore, gives a first-hand account of running conventions and his time owning Derby City Comic Con.
Velocirapteryx, Triceratops, and T.Rex oh my! Examine the Jurassic Park toys that helped move this franchise forward, including the dynamic Chaos Effect line.