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New McFarlane DC Multiverse Figures Includes Damian Wayne, Red Son Superman, The Drowned, and more!

McFarlane Toys has a new round of DC Multiverse Action Figures in shops now. New releases include Damian Wayne as Robin, Superman: Red Son, Batman Earth -11 The Drowned, Batman: Dark Nights Death Metal, and Batcycle Death Metal.

All premium action figures are ultra-poseable with 22 moving parts, character-specific accessories and each comes with a collectible art card. MSRP $19.99.

The Death Metal Batcycle is based on the cycle Batman rides in Dark Knights: Death Metal #1 (Comic 2020). It is designed with moving wheels and rotating handlebars, includes a collectible art card with Batman: Dark Knights: Death Metal #1 and is scaled to fit all Mcfarlane Toys DC Multiverse 7″ Action Figures. (Figure not included.) MSRP $24.99.

Damian Wayne as Robin

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Superman: Red Son

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Batman Earth -11 The Drowned

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Batman: Dark Nights Death Metal

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Batcycle Death Metal

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Unboxing: McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Deathstroke (Batman: Arkham Origins Bronze variant)

Based on the video game Batman: Arkham Origins, this DC Multiverse figure of Deathstrome is in an all bronze finish. The figure comes with a katana, base, and collectible card.

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You can get your own at Walmart, but you’ll have hunt for it and be quick!

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Unboxing: DC Multiverse: Azrael in Batman Armor

Sean Gordon Murphy‘s Azrael in Batman Armor from Batman: Curse of the White Knight comes to McFarlane ToysDC Multiverse line.

The figure features 22 points of articulation as well as his trusted sword.

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Unboxing: DC Multiverse: Cyborg – Teen Titans

Go, Teen Titans, go! Go, Teen Titans, go! Go, Teen Titans, go! Cyborg comes to McFarlane ToysDC Multiverse figure line.

The figure sports a look more along his Teen Titans style and features 22 points of articulation.

We put the figure through the tests! What’d we think? Find out!

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McFarlane Releases Exclusive Collectibles During Walmart’s Colelctor Con October Event

McFarlane Toys has launched several exclusive collectible action figures offered only on Walmart.com as part of the retailer’s Collector Con that started today, Oct 1st and are available at now

Following on the success of Walmart’s Summer Collector Con, McFarlane Toys and Walmart have teamed up to bring collectors and fans exclusive offerings and first available pre-orders of collectible action figures based McFarlane Toys’ licensing partnerships with the best global and fan-favorite brands.

Here’s a list of McFarlane Toys’ exclusive 7-inch action figures available:

DC Multiverse – McFarlane Gold Label Collection: Batman Designed by Todd McFarlane 
McFarlane Gold Label Collection: Todd McFarlane’s Mandarin Spawn (Blue)
DC Multiverse – Batman: Arkham Asylum Bronze
The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – McFarlane Gold Label Collection: Geralt of Rivia
DOOM Eternal – Marauder Bronze
Warhammer 40,000 – Necron Warrior Artist Proof
Mortal Kombat – Kitana: Battle Kahnum Skin

Also, available for the first time on pre-order are 7-inch collectible figures:

Mortal Kombat – Sub-Zero Winter Purple Skin
My Hero Academia – Shota Aizawa
Warhammer 40,000 – Adepta Sororitas Battle Sister

Visit Walmart’s Collector Con shop now! Quantities are limited, so don’t miss your chance to bring home the hottest collectibles! Prices range from $19.99 to $39.99.

McFarlane Toys Reveals New DC Multiverse Figures

This past week at the first-ever McFarlane Con numerous new DC Comics figures were been announced. Ranging from designs of recent comic stories, games, and animation, the full range of the DC Multiverse can be seen in these upcoming waves.

So, lets get into some of the exciting announcements from the con starting with our latest Multiverse Build a fig wave based on the Dark Knights: Metal characters.

Kicking things off is the truly villainous figure in The Batman Who Laughs. A version of the Dark Knight that has been infected with the Jokers toxin becoming a hybrid of the hero and villain. He is one of the first figures coming from the Dark Knights: Metals storyline and features Sky Tyrant wings making him just as much of a threat in the air as he is on land. The Batman Who Laughs is not alone though with him he brings a pack of Jokerized Robins to support him. Each of these Robin figures will come with one of three head sculpts giving a different twisted expression and if you collect them all you will be able to assemble another ally of The Batman Who Laughs: The Merciless. As part of McFarlane’s latest Multiverse build a fig, pieces of the Merciless will be included in each figure in this wave. Here to stop these villains is the world’s finest heroes Batman and Superman. This Superman has infected himself with the Joker toxin bringing about that wicked grin, and he of course is working with the Dark Knight. All of the figures in this wave will be available in the Fall of 2020!

Also coming in Fall of 2020 is McFarlane’s next wave of DC figures. This wave includes Azrael sporting his new Batman armor from Batman: Curse of the White Knight. The Clown Prince of Crime and the Scarlet Speedster also make an appearance with The Joker’s and The Flash’s classic looks from the DC Rebirth. And to round out this new wave is Cyborg from the Teen Titans animated series.

Next up from the Batman Arkham game series are two figures. Deathstroke is back to take on Batman in his Arkham origin look. This next figure is from Batman Arkham Knight and sees the Dark Knight don a more armored look ready to take on any threat. Both of these figures will be available in the Fall of 2020.

At the con McFarlane Toys also announced two new multi-packs coming out soon. The first features The Flash taking on the Red Death. The next is a battle of Robins as we see two of Batman’s former sidekicks, Nightwing and the Red Hood battle it out.

Finally, McFarlane Toys brings the Flashpoint Batman an alternate universe version of the caped crusader that is actually Thomas Wayne as opposed to his son Bruce Wayne.

McFarlane Toys Releases Two Wonder Woman 1984 Figures

The world needs Wonder Woman and McFarlane Toys has you covered with two new DC Multiverse 7-inch Wonder Woman Figures based on the highly anticipated feature film Wonder Woman 1984.

Each figure is designed with ultra-articulation – up to 22 moving parts for full range of posing and play. Both come with picture-perfect likeness and highly detailed costumes and accessories.

From Amazon princess to the world’s greatest warrior, Wonder Woman is at the height of her power but living a quiet life as Smithsonian curator Diana Prince.  Her compassion for mankind is strong despite man’s flaws.  But now she must again draw on her incredible strength, courage, and wisdom to battle her greatest foe—The Cheetah.

Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman 1984 accessories include unfurled lasso, wrapped lasso, and base, and a collectible art card with Wonder Woman 1984 artwork on the front, and character biography on the back.

McFarlane Toys Wonder Woman: Wonder Woman 1984

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In her Golden Armor, Wonder Woman is the ultimate embodiment of power, grace, wisdom, and wonder—an Amazon warrior whose strength defies challenge and whose courage shines.

Wonder Woman Gold Armor: Wonder Woman 1984 accessories include detachable wings, flight stand, and base and a collectible art card with Wonder Woman Golden Armor artwork on the front, and character biography on the back.

Wonder Woman Gold Armor: Wonder Woman 1984

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McFarlane Toys’ DC Multiverse Revealed

McFarlane Toys, Warner Bros. Consumer Products, and DC, have revealed images and details of the highly anticipated new DC Multiverse collector figure line by McFarlane Toys, available in both mass and specialty retailers beginning January 2020.

The new DC Multiverse collector line features incredibly detailed 7-inch figures designed with an impressive 22 points of articulation. Each figure comes with a collectible card that has character-specific art and biography, multiple accessories, and a display base. MSRP is $19.99 to $24.99 USD for each figure.

The first wave of figures includes:

Batman: Detective Comics #1000

  • Batman figure based on the DC Rebirth comic books
  • Batman accessories include Grapnel Launcher and Batarang

Batman: Detective Comics #1000
Variant Chase

  • Batman figure based on the DC Rebirth comic books
  • Batman accessories include Grapnel Launcher and Batarang
  • Showcases a different chest emblem as homage to the Classic Batman

Superman: Action Comics #1000

  • Superman figure based on the DC Rebirth comic books
  • Superman accessory includes a flight stand for 360-degree aerial figure posing

Batgirl: Art of the Crime- Part of a 3-figure collector set -Batgirl, Nightwing, and The Batman Who Laughs – that includes a piece of a buildable Batmobile featured in the DC Rebirth comic books.  Each figure sold separately. 

  • Batgirl figure based on the DC Rebirth comic books
  • Batgirl accessories include Grapnel Launcher and Batarang
  • The Build-A-Batmobile features rolling wheels and is 7 inches in length when fully assembled

Nightwing: Better Than Batman – Part of a 3-figure collector set – Batgirl, Nightwing, and The Batman Who Laughs – that includes a piece of a buildable Batmobile featured in the DC Rebirth comic books.  Each figure sold separately. 

  • Nightwing figure based on the DC Rebirth comic books
  • Nightwing accessories include two Escrima sticks
  • The Build-A-Batmobile features rolling wheels and is 7 inches in length when fully assembled

The Batman Who Laughs – Part of a 3-figure collector set – Batgirl, Nightwing, and The Batman Who Laughs each includes a piece of a buildable Batmobile featured in the DC Rebirth comic books.  Each figure sold separately. 

  • The Batman Who Laughs figure is based on the DC comic book series Dark Nights: Metal
  • The Batman Who Laughs accessories include a Knife and a Sickle
  • The Build-A-Batmobile features rolling wheels and is 7 inches in length when fully assembled

Batman: Batman the Animated Series

  • Batman figure is based on the iconic style of Batman the Animated Series
  • Batman’s accessories include a Grapnel Launcher and Batarang

Superman: Superman the Animated Series

  • Superman figure is based on the iconic style of Superman the Animated Series
  • Superman’s accessories include a piece of bent steel
  • Includes bonus pair of alternate fists

Green Lantern: Justice League

  • Green Lantern figure is based on the iconic style of Justice League Animated Series Green Lantern’s accessories include a Lantern Willpower Projection Blaster, headset, and visor

Harley Quinn: Classic

  • Harley Quinn figure is based on the DC Rebirth comic books
  • Harley Quinn’s accessories include a Mallet and (Gag) Bang! Blaster

Green Arrow: Arrow

  • Green Arrow figure is based on The CW TV series Arrow
  • Green Arrow’s accessories include a bow with knocked arrow and quiver with bundled arrows

Superman: Unchained Armor

  • Superman Unchained figure is based on the DC comic book series of the same name
  • Superman features rotating posable wings that can extend the figure height to 9 inches tall and 10 inches wide (some assembly required)

Batman: Hellbat Suit

  • Batman (Hellbat Suit) figure is based on the DC comic book series Batman and Robin
  • Batman (Hellbat Suit) features articulated posable wings that can extend the figure height to 9 inches tall and 14 inches wide (some assembly required)

Bat-Raptor

  • Incredibly detailed vehicle based on The Batman Who Laughs’ Batmobile from the DC comic book mini-series The Batman Who Laughs
  • Designed to fit a 7-inch scale DC Multiverse figure
  • 8-inch width, and has a telescoping front end to extend vehicle to full 12-inch length
  • Features rolling wheels

The first wave of McFarlane Toys’ DC Multiverse launches today with pre-orders at retailers around the globe. The DC Multiverse collector figures and related toys will be available at major retail locations beginning in January 2020 including Walmart, Target, Amazon, GameStop, BestBuy, and Walgreens.  

Super-Articulate: DC Multiverse Killer Croc Assortment

THIS . . . is a big one. Quite simply one of the best assortments that Mattel has released since the advent of DC Multiverse, the Killer Croc wave is almost everything that you’d want out of a Batman grouping. Let’s dig in. But first: thank you to Mattel for providing us with these figures free for the purposes of review. First up . . .

Red Robin (Tim Drake): I’m glad Tim got out as Red Robin before the Drake name change. (No sir, I do not like it). DC Multiverse has done a great job getting to Rebirth characters, and I’ve been really pleased with the attention paid to the excellent Detective Comics run. I think that Red Robin looks pretty great. The RR logo is easy to read. The cape is pretty solid. Also, the staff is well done. This figure has a pretty great face sculpt, too; that’s a grim and determined expression right there. I’m kind of surprised that it took until this deep in the line to get to him, but hey, I’m happy he’s here.

Red Hood (Jason Todd): This is the figure that I struggle with the most in the assortment. I’m definitely glad that it exists, but I’m equally bummed that the pistols are sculpted into the gun belt and can’t be removed. That’s a swing and a miss. The rest of the figure itself is pretty good. I like the jacket existing as a separate piece over the torso. The Red Hood helmet sculpt is okay, but the masked Jason head is great. This particular figure has some of the best paint work in the assortment; I especially like the shininess of the helmet itself. Red Hood also comes with a few extra hands, including hands sculpted to hold guns (which is a little ironic).

Katana: I was pleasantly surprised when Katana was announced as part of this group, and I think Mattel did a fine job. The splashes of red and white on a costume that’s predominantly black make for a striking figure; I got a really good paint op on mine, as it has a sleek sheen. Katana does have an extra hand for holding her namesake weapon; that’s another well-done piece. Knowing her history in the Outsiders, I had to take a picture of her with the CW Black Lightning from two weeks back. Seeing them together makes me wish Mattel had gotten time to do Geo-Force and Halo, too. Nice work, good figure.

Batman (Dick Grayson): There’s a lot to like about this figure. First off, I loved the Morrison/Quitely/etc Batman and Robin title. Secondly, he’s sculpted differently than Bruce. You can tell that THIS Batman is different from the OTHER Batman, and that’s excellent. Another difference that’s pretty clever is the use of the cloth cape; it’s another signifier, given the predominance in plastic molded capes for Bruce. Going in that direction with the cape also echoes the way that Quitely drew him, particularly on the cover of issue #1 of that run. The figure comes with an unmasked head and a”hanging cowl” accessory that lets you mimic Dick’s appearance when he has the cowl pulled off. I like this one. It wouldn’t have been one that I would have thought of immediately, and that’s cool; it makes for a nice surprise and it’s a solid figure.

KGBeast: Holy crap; this guy’s HUGE. Originally appearing in the class “Ten Nights of the Beast” story and popping up on occasion across media (Justice League Unlimited; there by his real name in Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice), KGBeast has always been a favorite weird villain of mine. I feel like they got the flavor of the guy, particularly with his crazy weapon attachment. That’s just ridiculously big, and also awesome. A pair of daggers go into booth sheaths, which is a great touch. It’s just a massive and intimidating figure, and I really dig it.

Alfred: This Alfred figure is just tremendous. The basic look is terrific. It looks just like Alfred from the comics. The choice of serving tray and glass accessories is hilarious and super-appropriate; way to be on-the-nose, Mattel. This is all well and good. But the thing that pushes Alfred into the stratosphere is the fact that he’s got not one, not two, not three, but four frickin’ heads. Love the ’60s TV show? There’s the Napier head. Love the Keaton movies? Allow us to show you the Gough head. You a comic person? Comic head! And the fourth . . . the Outsider! If you don’t know who the Outsider is (short form: bad Alfred), then trust us; it’s a little complicated to get in right now. But that choice is just awesome. I love this Alfred; obviously, there have been a few over time in various lines, but I think this is the best.

Collect + Connect Killer Croc: Did I say KGBeast was big? Good Lord. Killer Croc is enormous. But even better, he’s still extremely poseable. Frequently in figures of this type, you trade that poseability for the size. Not here. Aside from the hinged jaw, you have good mobility at the joints. And the detail! The size makes it a little easier to achieve this, but this figure is a veritable explosion of scales and ridges. The texture and general weight of this figure is off the charts. Outstanding work.

As you can tell, I think that Mattel pretty much pulled out the stops this time. There are some fine figures here and I appreciate the selection. I got out the DCUC Signature Damien to pose Al and the boys for a couple of shots to mark the occasion. What about you, readers? You like this set? Tell us about it in the comments. Thanks for reading!

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