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Sideshow adds DC Collectibles’ slate of offerings to its online shop

Already one of the best places to go online for high end collectibles, Sideshow Toys just got even bigger. The company will now be selling pieces from DC Comics’ collectibles wing.

A sideshow of DC goodies

If you’re a collector who likes the finer things that the hobby has to offer, then you already know Sideshow well. The company not only makes some of the coolest statues and 12″ scale figures around, they also sell them direct.

Over the last few years, they’ve added other lines (from third-party companies) to the mix in their store. This is a boon to be quite honest. They offer a great rewards system, and buying everything that you collect right from them makes good sense. And now you can add one more company to that roster with DC Collectibles.

DC Comics’ collectibles wing is much like Sideshow, in that it also makes some awesome stuff. Unlike Sideshow though, DCC isn’t just about the expensive stuff. While none of it is all that cheap, the company makes a nice array of goods. The selection ranges from pricey to quite affordable.

You might think that the lower end stuff, which includes the company’s action figure lines, wouldn’t be included here. But you’d be wrong. According to Sideshow “DC Collectibles’ stunning collection of statues, action figures, prop replicas and more starring fan-favorite DC Super Heroes and Super-Villains – Batman, Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, and Superman, among others” will be hitting the store. It remains to be seen if that means everything though. Right now, only a few items are posted for sale.

Still, all of this counts towards rewards balances, and it all ships globally. Those are two very good reasons to wait and see if your targeted item is going to be sold by Sideshow. Click here to check it all out.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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