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Doom Comes to Diamond Comics’ 40th Anniversary as a New Mini-Bust!

Call him Doom! The Latverian monarch Victor Von Doom returns to the Marvel mini-bust line in an all-new color scheme, wearing his white robes as seen in the hit Marvel crossover Secret Wars, and this time he’s a Diamond Comics 40th anniversary exclusive!

This approximately 6-inch variant mini-bust of the Fantastic Four foe wields translucent blue energy as he prepares to cast a spell, or perhaps unleash a blast from his high-tech gauntlets. Shipping this fall, Doom is limited to only 1000 pieces, and comes packaged with a certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Designed by Nelson Asencio, sculpted by Juan Pitluk!

Pre-order him today through your local comic shop, Entertainment Earth, or at diamondselecttoys.com!

Doctor Doom Arrives for Mezco’s One:12 Collective

One:12 Collective Doom

The Latverian monarch, Doctor Doom, joins the One:12 Collective

Doctor Doom wears a hooded tunic and a suit of armor made with real metal components. His removable cape features a clasp, real metal chain, and integrated posing wire. He comes with 2 interchangeable unmasked heads and 3 interchangeable faceplates allowing for a variety of distinct looks.

Doctor Doom wields the Cosmic Power Siphon Harness which features a light-up function. The harness connects securely to his armored suit and allows him to drain cosmic energy from beings with great power.

The master of science and sorcery comes complete with his signature electro-shock weapon which fits neatly in the holster on his belt, a hinged spell book with printed pages, interchangeable rocket thrusters that attach to the back of his armored suit, and much more.

After overcoming his difficult childhood, Victor Von Doom went on to become one of the world’s most brilliant scientists. The combination of his towering ego, scientific genius, and unquenchable lust for power have allowed him to become one of the greatest villains in the Marvel Universe.

THE ONE:12 COLLECTIVE DOCTOR DOOM FIGURE FEATURES:

  • One:12 Collective body with over 28 points of articulation
  • Two (2) head portraits with three (3) interchangeable masks
  • Hand painted authentic detailing
  • Approximately 17cm tall
  • Seventeen (17) interchangeable hands including
    • One (1) pair of stun shocker FX hands (L & R)
    • Three (3) pairs of posing hands (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of fists (L & R)
    • One (1) pair of weapon holding hands (L & R)
    • One (1) pointing hand (R)
    • One (1) pair of spell summoning hands (L & R)
    • Two (2) energy protecting hands (L)

COSTUME:

  • Hooded tunic with integrated posing wire
  • Cape with clasp, metal chain, and integrated posing wire (removable)
  • Titanium armor battle suit
  • Two (2) removable belts with two pouches and weapon holster

ACCESSORIES:

  • One (1) Cosmic Power Siphon Harness with light-up function
  • One (1) HUD projection FX for Cosmic Power Siphon Harness
  • One (1) electro-shock weapon
  • One (1) electro-shock blast FX
  • Two (2) electric flash FX
  • Two (2) energy blast FX
  • Two (2) interchangeable rocket thrusters
  • Two (2) long rocket thruster FX (plug into feet)
  • Two (2) short rocket thruster FX (plug into back)
  • One (1) hinged spell book with printed pages
  • One (1) spell FX
  • One (1) One:12 Collective display bases with logo
  • One (1) One:12 Collective adjustable display posts

You can order the figure from Mezco Toyz, Entertainment Earth, and more.

Diamond Select Toys in Store This Week: The Fantastic Four, Ahsoka Tano and More!

Diamond Select Toys has lots coming to stores this week! The Human Torch and the Thing team up to defeat Doctor Doom, Ahsoka Tano faces off with Asajj Ventress, and Iron Man and Rogue do whatever a couple of awesome busts do! Busts, action figures, statues… there’s a little bit of everything in this week’s offerings. It’s the best of all worlds!

Legends in 3D Marvel Comic Doctor Doom 1/2 Scale Bust 

A Diamond Select Toys release! Behold the magnificent visage of Doom! Victor Von Doom, ruler of Latveria, is a Legend among his people, and now he’s a Legend in 3D! This 10-inch bust depicts the monarch in scale, atop a castle pedestal decorated with Doom’s monogram, and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Rocco Tartamella. (Item #DEC202073, SRP: $175.00)

Legends in 3D Star Wars Ahsoka Tano Half-Scale Bust

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! She’s one of the most popular characters in Star Wars fandom, and now Ahsoka Tano is a Legend in 3D! This approximately 10-inch bust captures the Jedi Knight in scale, atop a sculpted, lightsaber-inspired pedestal. Limited to only 1,000 pieces, she features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and comes packaged in a numbered, full-color box with a certificate of authenticity. (JAN211969, SRP: $175.00)

Marvel Animated Style Thing Statue 

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! It’s clobberin’ time! The rocky curmudgeon of the Fantastic Four is now a super-adorable animated-style statue! Based on the variant cover artwork of Skottie Young, this action-packed piece shows Thing running into the fray, and stands approximately 4 inches tall. Limited to only 3,000 pieces, it features detailed sculpting and paint applications, and comes packed in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Sculpted by Paul Harding! (Item # DEC202079, SRP: $49.99)

Marvel Animated X-Men Rogue Mini-Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Mutant pride, shugah! Southern belle Rogue enters the fray as the newest bust based on X-Men: The Animated Series! Capturing the cartoon’s costume and colors, this approximately 6-inch tall, 1/7 scale bust sits on a grey pedestal and is in scale to the rest of the X-Men. Includes a numbered certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Limited to 3,000 pieces. Designed by Barry Bradfield, sculpted by Paul Harding! (Item #NOV201956, SRP: $59.99)

Marvel Comic Iron Man 1/7 Scale Mini-Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Iron Man flexes his technological might in this all-new bust based on Marvel Comics! Charging up a repulsor blast while extending various segments of his armor, this 1/7 scale bust stands approximately 6 inches tall atop a similarly armored pedestal base. Featuring detailed sculpting and paint applications, this resin bust is limited to 3,000 pieces, and comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Nelson Asencio, sculpted by Juan Pitluk. (Item # DEC202077, SRP: $69.99)

Marvel Select Human Torch Action Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! Flame on! The Fantastic Four’s hot-headed member gets his first-ever Marvel Select action figure with this all-new release! Standing approximately 7 inches tall and featuring 16 points of articulation, this figure is cast in translucent material, and comes with interchangeable flame effects, a flight stand and a Golden Age Torch head! It comes packaged in display-ready Select packaging, with side-panel artwork for shelf reference. Designed by Eamon O’Donoghue, sculpted by Chris Dahlberg! (Item #NOV201958, SRP: $29.99)

Star Wars Clone Wars Asajj Ventress 1/6 Scale Mini-Bust 

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! Asajj Ventress makes her long-awaited entrance to the 1/6 Scale Star Wars bust line from Gentle Giant Ltd.! The Sith wields her twin red lightsabers and includes a removable cloak, making her a necessary addition to any Star Wars bust collection. She stands approximately 6 inches tall, 8 inches with lightsabers. Limited to only 1,500 pieces, it comes packaged in a full-color box with a numbered certificate of authenticity. (Item #DEC202068, SRP: $120.00)

Super-Articulate: Marvel Legends Bring on the Bad Guys!

Hey! I know it’s out of order! And late!

Here’s the deal: I actually got the previously reviewed Iron Man/Ursa Major BAF wave ahead of completing the Bad Guys/Xemnu BAF assortment. Also, I live in Indiana, which is seemingly the last place to get anything that isn’t basketball. At any rate, it resulted in a situation where some venues got their Bad Guys weeks ago, and I didn’t complete mine that long ago. Plus, it’s been a little crazy over here for other writing and life reasons, none of which would interest you that much (except for maybe the inter-company crossover I wrote that I can’t talk about yet). Therefore, with no further delay, Bring on the Bad Guys!

Overview: I previously said that the Ursa Major wave was my favorite of the year. I think it’s now duking it out with this one. Eight (counting Xemnu) classic comic villains, some of whom have never been done before, and a couple of whom that have never been done before in their classic style for Marvel Legends, would have been an automatic get for me anyway. But the design team really outdid themselves here. There are great flourishes for each figure and some excellent accessories.

The Hood: I’m going to start with the much maligned Hood. First off, you guys must secretly love him if you’ve made him the star of memes without end. And I’ll give you, the face sculpt is an odd choice. His expression is that of a man that just stepped in a bear trap. But I’m honestly just happy that The Hood finally exists. Parker Robbins was a major villainous presence in the Marvel Universe for much of the 2000s, appearing in or impacting events like Secret Invasion, Dark Reign, Siege, and the Heroic Age.

I feel like the figure gets a number of things right, but I do think it’s a touch short for the length of the, well, hood. The pistols and their effects turned out really well, and I think that it’s great to have the character alongside members of the crew he assembled in comics. I don’t think it’s bad, but it’s a solid okay.

Red Skull: Okay, there’s no question for me. Of the two heads that come with this figure, it’s the smile version all the way. There’s some serious Kirby/Erik Larsen energy in that leer. I love it. Remarkably, this is the first time that the Skull has been depicted in figure form in the straight-up green Hydra costume. This is indeed a very classic Skull, and the sculptors nailed it.

In terms of accessories, I have to give a hat tip to whomever decided to make the grasping hand big enough to really grip the Cosmic Cube. That makes a ton of difference in posing, and opens up other options. The pistol looks perfect for this version of the character as well. The new Skull is pretty striking, and of all the different versions (including Iron Skull, Red Onslaught, etc.), this is my favorite.

Arcade: IT’S ABOUT TIME. Think of all the times that Arcade has appeared in Marvel video game media alone! That original X-Men PC game, Ultimate Alliance, etc.? And Arcade has figured into some truly memorable storylines; there’s his first appearance, his team up with Dr. Doom (Doombot, whatever), Avengers Arena. It’s crazy to think that there has NEVER been an Arcade figure. This is a huge character choice win. As far as the design, I think it’s great. It’s an extra mile figure, too, in terms of detail. Look at the lifts in his shoes. Check out the number of tiny paint apps here. The extra head (with the Arena look) is a welcome surprise. He looks so good, it makes me want to build death traps for my X-Men. Well done.

A.I.M. Scientist Supreme: This was the figure that I was least sure of, but I love this guy. It’s just a terrific realization of the overall look of one of my favorite costumes in comics: the A.I.M. “beekeeper suit.” But the great bits are how the figure incorporates the modernized elements of the look. The shiny finish, the belt, the joints . . . all look especially good. I really enjoy how poseable the head is, making it easy for the Scientist Supreme to look at his data pad and despair how much repeated Avengers ass-kickings are costing them. Sometimes, it’s just the look, y’know. This one just looks great.

Dormammu: I’ve always thought that the SDCC Exclusive “Book of the Vishanti” Dormammu was well done, and it still looked good when it reappeared as a BAF. However, I’d always wanted the classic look. The first book that I recall owning that included Dormammu was Marvel Feature #2, starring The Defenders. While this look isn’t exactly the same as that one, it’s the idea that I have when I picture classic Dormammu. Like Red Skull, I feel like this is a fairly definitive take on the comic version of the figure. That maniacal face sculpt just puts it over the top.

Lady Deathstrike: The Marvel Legends line had an early Lady Deathstrike and it, well, had some problems. Notably: the arms with the mechanical extrusions which drastically limited poseability. However, this one is just excellent. It’s one of those instances where it looks like it was just peeled off the page. And this is definitely a figure that benefits from updated and added poseability. It’s like night and day to the original version. The billowy sleeves are a nice touch, but it’s the outstanding hand sculpts and the vastly improved face that really make it.

Doctor Doom (Secret Wars): God Emperor Doom! Secret Wars was a sprawling story filled with some memorable scenes (not the least of which was an Infinity Gauntlet-wielding Black Panther and Sub-Mariner teaming up), but one of the stand-outs was Doom’s utter demolition of Thanos. If you’re into Mortal Kombat-fatality homages, this figure is for you. In what has to be one of the grossest and most hilarious accessories in ML history, Doom comes with the spinal column and skull of Thanos. It’s tremendous. As for Doom himself, the look is great, the finish is solid, and the eyes are very well done. However, I have seen some reports that the figure is fragile on the underside, so be careful with your leg posing. I wouldn’t say this is necessary for the casual fan that has other recent Dooms, but it’s a solid pick-up for the deep bench collector.

Xemnu BAF: Never in a million years did I think we’d see a BAF of Xemnu the Titan! The long-time Hulk antagonist was created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby in 1962, and he’s popped up a number of times over the years, including in The Immortal Hulk. I know that some were disappointed that this BAF was a more obscure character, but not me. I’m a huge fan of the “Universe” aspect of Marvel Legends, so any new inclusion is fine by me. It also makes sense to repurpose parts (like from Sasquatch) when the need arises. And honestly, I just love the look of it. Plus, we can always use more huge bad guys, right? I find this to be an extremely fun figure, and I’m glad they used the BAF slot on it.

Diamond Select Toys Reveals Collector Con Releases

Walmart has long been known as a great place to get collectible toys, but now it’s gotten even greater! Walmart has partnered with Diamond Select Toys on four exclusive products, all launching during Walmart’s Collector Con, and all slated for release this fall! Read on for details, then head over to Walmart.com to order yours!

Marvel Animated Unmasked Spider-Man – Walmart Exclusive 6-Inch Bust – Walmart.com – Walmart.com

The ‘90s are alive and well with Diamond Select Toys’ animated-style busts! This bust of Peter Parker, Spider-Man, firing a webline with his mask removed, is exclusive to Walmart, and measures approximately 6 inches tall. Limited to only 3200 pieces, it includes a numbered certificate of authenticity. Designed by Barry Bradfield, sculpted by Paul Harding.

Marvel Gallery Statue Dr. Doom – Walmart Exclusive 9-Inch Collectible – Walmart.com – Walmart.com

It’s Victor Von Doom vs. prehistory in the newest Marvel Comic Gallery Diorama! The Fantastic Four foe stands on top of a pile of dinosaur skulls, his fists glowing as if preparing to take on even more giant reptiles. Measuring approximately 10 inches tall, it features detailed sculpting and paint applications and comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Alterton!

Rocketeer Deluxe VHS Action Figure – Diamond Select 7-Inch Collectible Walmart Exclusive – Walmart.com – Walmart.com

The Rocketeer flies onto video with this exclusive 7-inch action figure! Packaged in a replica VHS clamshell case, this figure of the Rocketeer includes a removable jetpack, removable rocket blasts, and interchangeable hands. Featuring 16 points of articulation, it also features an exclusive, vibrant movie-poster paint scheme! Designed by Yuri Timg, sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios.

The Crow Deluxe VHS Figure – Walmart Exclusive 7-Inch Collectible – Walmart.com – Walmart.com

The Crow returns in exclusive VHS-style clamshell packaging, with authentic movie artwork on front and back covers. This version reflects his first appearance in the 1994 film, and includes his gravestone, the crow, and a poster for a Halloween night performance of The Hangman’s Joke! The action figure includes 16 points of articulation and a black display stand with the movie’s logo. Designed by Yuri Timg, sculpted by Chris Dahlberg.

Diamond Select Toys Reveals New San Diego Exclusives

That magical time of year is upon us, and Diamond Select Toys has three final San Diego exclusives to announce, all under the Gentle Giant Ltd. banner! One new animated-style statue from Marvel Comics, one new Jumbo figure from Star Wars, and the traditional Star Wars “Concept” mini-bust are all now up for pre-ordering exclusively on gentlegiantltd.com, so read on for details then head over there to place your order!

San Diego Exclusive Marvel Animated Style Doctor Doom (White Outfit) Statue

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! Doctor Doom has never been more powerful… or adorable! As the savior of the tattered remnants of multiple realities, Victor Von Doom became the God Emperor of Battleworld, and ruled with an iron and all-powerful fist. Now, he’s a cute 5-inch statue, based on Skottie Young artwork, but wearing that storyline’s distinctive white outfit! Limited to only 250 pieces, each statue comes packaged with a numbered certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Sculpted by Paul Harding!

SRP: $50.00

San Diego Exclusive Marvel Animated Style Doctor Doom (White Outfit) Statue

San Diego Exclusive Star Wars The Return of the Jedi 40th Anniversary Boba Fett Jumbo Figure

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! Silver foil accents adorn a classic Return of the Jedi blister card commemorating the upcoming 40th Anniversary of one of the greatest sequels of all time. Packaged in a re-sealable clam-shell blister our limited edition Boba Fett has a newly updated glossy sheen that more closely resembles the luster of its original 3 ¾” counterpart. Recreated from authentic Kenner figures and 3D scanned geometry, this 12” scaled Boba Fett retro-collectible features a blaster and a firing rocket. Just like it was when you were a kid… only bigger!

SRP: $80

San Diego Exclusive Star Wars The Return of the Jedi 40th Anniversary Boba Fett Jumbo Figure

San Diego Exclusive Star Wars Darth Maul Concept 1/6 Scale Bust

A Gentle Giant Ltd. release! Before there was Darth Maul, there was the idea of Darth Maul, and this bust is based on that amazing idea! Inspired by Iain McCaig’s concept sketches of the famous Sith Lord, this 1/6 scale Bust shows Maul in his high-collared outfit, and stands approximately 7 inches tall. Limited to only 750 pieces, it comes packaged with a limited-edition certificate of authenticity in a full-color box. Sculpted by Rocco Tartamella.

SRP: $120

San Diego Exclusive Star Wars Darth Maul Concept 1/6 Scale Bust

DOOM! Find Out About Dr. Doom with the Marvel Dr. Doom Sale!

Read up on the machinations of Dr. Doom with the Marvel Dr. Doom Sale! You can save on 16 releases currently available on comiXology.

You can save up to 67% on collections featuring Doom!

The sale runs until Sunday, May 16.

Doctor Doom Vol. 1: Pottersville

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DOOM! Find Out About Dr. Doom with the Marvel Dr. Doom Sale!

Read up on the machinations of Dr. Doom with the Marvel Dr. Doom Sale! You can save on 16 releases currently available on comiXology.

You can save up to 67% on collections featuring Doom!

The sale runs until Sunday, May 16.

Doctor Doom Vol. 1: Pottersville

This site contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, we’ll receive a percentage of the sale. Graphic Policy does purchase items from these sites. Making purchases through these links helps support the site.

DOOM! Find Out About Dr. Doom with the Marvel Dr. Doom Sale!

Read up on the machinations of Dr. Doom with the Marvel Dr. Doom Sale! You can save on 16 releases currently available on comiXology.

You can save up to 67% on collections featuring Doom!

The sale runs until Sunday, May 16.

Doctor Doom Vol. 1: Pottersville

This site contains affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links and make a purchase, we’ll receive a percentage of the sale. Graphic Policy does purchase items from these sites. Making purchases through these links helps support the site.

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