[ I’m still planning my glorious return to reviews on here;but, in the meantime I present this guest-review by Dr. Nightmare. Its all about one of the coolest DCSH figures that ever graced the line, and NOT about oral sex. I repeat: It is NOT about oral sex. Sorry. – Lemonjuice McGee ]
Part of the reason I was happy to see how clean and simple the DC Super Heroes figures looked is because the line seemed like the perfect chance to get some DC animated universe (DCAU) characters made (as you all know, the animated universe is the only universe that matters!). Here comes Livewire, babies! That’s what I yelled in the store before I got kicked out and my dreams were shattered months later when no Livewire was to be found.
Anyway, the characters we did get were just as cool and the toy-sculpts did justice to them for the most part. Parasite was an instant buy at five dollars on sale, despite being the monstrous Lex Luthor-humping version from the more popular mainstream comics, not the sleek sexy one from the Superman Adventures comics and cartoon show. Monsters are cool.