The Toyark’s Batman Animated Galleries continue today with Mr. Freeze! The chillin villain adds another rogue to the animated lineup for Batman to battle, featuring his look from The New Batman Adventures. He comes with his trusty freeze gun and accessories as seen in the episode “Cold Comfort”, specifically the arachnid legs for his cryo-frozen head. We’ve done up a set of 25 pics today, check them out after the break courtesy of site sponsor Big Bad Toy Store!
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Back in July, Mezco surprised collectors by announcing an all new line of highly articulated collectible figures; the One:12 Collective line. To introduce us to the line, Mezco revealed the first figure, which was a Batman based on Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Returns. The One:12 Collective Figures fall somewhere between the look of traditional 1/6 scale figures and retro Mego style designs. They feature the high level of articulation and cloth outfits you would expect in 1/6 scale figures, but are scaled down to about 6” tall. At this size, it keeps the price low for fans who want the look and feel of the much more expensive 1/6 scale figures, but don’t want to sacrifice the bells and whistles that those lines offer.
The Dark Knight Returns Batman alone features over 32 points of articulation and includes numerous accessories. The figures includes an alternate head sculpt, four sets of interchangeable hands, interchangeable boots, a removable utility belt, a pistol, a grappling hook, and a figure stand with Bat-symbol base. That’s an impressive array of accessories for the roughly $65 price tag online retailers are listing it for. The Batman figure is also coming in multiple colors. Right now, there are three versions revealed, giving fans a chance to own the version that suits their tastes. These include the iconic black and gray outfit, a Previews Exclusive retro style blue and gray costume and a Special Limited Version featuring a navy blue and gray costume.
At San Diego Comic-Con 2014, we got our first in person look at the Batman Figures. We also got our first news of the next figures in the line. They had announcement cards revealing that we would get a comic version of Judge Dredd and a Michael Keaton Batman. While we haven’t yet seen the 1989 Batman, we did finally see the awesome looking Judge Dredd in October during our coverage of Mezco’s New York Comic-Con 2014 Display. Like the Batman, the Dredd figure features a highly articulated body, a cloth outfit, interchangeable hands, numerous weapons and a themed figure base. Fans were especially pleased with the Judge Dredd design. We can’t wait to see what else is in store for the line.
Mezco has shared with us an exclusive, behind-the-scenes style look at the upcoming Dark Knight Returns Batman Figure. This “exploded” x-ray style view gives us a look at how the figures will be assembled. It also gives a look at where and how the alternate pieces will connect. As you can see, the figure has no shortage of articulation points. Articulation ranges from ball joints to hinge joints and features the much loved ab/torso articulation for truly dynamic poses. Read on to check out the image as well as a bunch of other official images showcasing the figures and a cool shot of the figure displayed in Times Square, NY.
Funko has released the much anticipated Game of Thrones Legacy Collection series 2 action figures. With the HBO series being a smash hit and GOT becoming a pop culture phenomenon there are a lot of fans of the show seeking merchandise of all kinds. The GOT Legacy Collection series 2 features:
- Arya Stark
- Brienne of Tart
- Khal Drogo
- Robb Stark
- Daenerys Targaryen
- Jaime Lannister
Toyark sponsor Entertainment Earth has supplied us with the figures, and we have a full gallery of the Funko Game of Thrones Legacy Collection to check out after the jump.
NECA continues their line of 12″ head-to-tail Godzilla figures with the release of Godzilla 1985. This 6″ tall figure features about 30 points of articulation. We’ve got a full gallery and review of the figure, which was provided to us by sponsor Entertainment Earth. Read on to check out my thoughts and all of the photos.
Last month DC Collectibles released their July 2015 Group Solicits. Now DCC has released an update to that list to add a few new items. These include the newly revealed Batman: The Animated Series Figures, a couple of new statues and the Mother Box Prop. Here’s what’s newly added:
- BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES: BATMAN
- THE NEW BATMAN ADVENTURES: BATGIRL
- BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES: THE RIDDLER
- BATMAN THE ANIMATED SERIES: THE PENGUIN
- SUPERMAN: THE MAN OF STEEL – SUPERMAN BY JOHN ROMITA JR. STATUE
- DC COMICS COVER GIRLS: WONDER WOMANSTATUE
- DC COMICS MOTHER BOX PROP REPLICA
Read on for more info and images for the items.
The Toyark’s Batman Animated galleries continue today with #04 Catwoman! Selina Kyle is rocking her original Batman The Animated Series look in a gray jumpsuit with black gloves and boots. She comes with her trusty whip, some stolen jewels and her kitty cat Isis (who currently has a petition in to the courts for a name change). We’ve done up a full set of HD pics for your viewing pleasure, check them out along with some quick thoughts after the break courtesy of site sponsor Big Bad Toy Store!
DC Animation started down a path of artistic style in the early 90s with Batman “The Animated Series”. It was darker in tone, featured art deco styling, and was a throw back to animation of old. But it worked. Larger upper bodies, squared off chins & thin limbs were a key highlight. That style ran for years to come, seen in Batman “The New Batman Adventures”, Superman, Justice League, Justice League Unlimited, Batman Beyond, and a slew of animated movies direct to VHS and DVD. It evolved as it went, but it originated with Batman TAS. Toy lines from Hasbro, and then Mattel, featured figures from these shows, usually aimed at kids (duh), featuring gimmicks and crazy repaints for Batman and Superman. The key here being that most of the toys from this era are simplistic in nature. Fitting for the times, and even the style, but we as collectors are eager for a little more.
Enter DC Collectibles in 2014 with their first collector focused “Batman Animated” line. 5-6 inches tall, wide range of articulation, and very true to the animation models in sculpt, fine details, and accessories. They’ve started off with a mix of the two Batman series, some being from the original “The Animated Series” and others coming from “The New Batman Adventures”. Today, we are taking a look at the first, Batman, from TNBA. Read on to check out over 40 high res shots of Batman in action along with our thoughts, courtesy of site sponsor Big Bad Toy Store!
A new Saul Goodman Figure has been revealed ahead of the February premiere of AMC’s Breaking Bad spinoff/prequel; Better Call Saul. The Saul Goodman 6″ Scale Figure is coming in June from Mezco. The figure is priced at $18 and has Saul in his pinstripe suit, donning a Wayfarer 515 awareness ribbon, while smooth talking a client over his Bluetooth earpiece.
See a few images after the jump.
Ebay auctions have popped up giving us new looks at a few upcoming Avengers Legends Infinite Series with The Allfather Build-A-Figure. Included are:
- Iron Fist (White Costume)
- Machine Man
- Scarlet Witch
- Captain Marvel – Carol Danvers
- Odin – The Allfather (Build-A-Figure)
Click the links above to check out the auctions. We’ve mirrored the photos. You can see them after the jump.
The official Tamashii website has added a pre-order listing for their SH Figuarts Injustice: Gods Among Us – Harley Quinn Figure. The listing gives us a bunch of new official photos and some additional info. Included with the Harley Quinn figure are multiple interchangeable hands, two swappable head sculpts, two hand guns, and a hammer. The figure stands at 150mm (about 6″) tall. It’s scheduled for release in May at a price of 6,264 Yen (about $53 USD).
See the new photos after the jump.