Tweeterhead brought along some new DC Comics 1/6 Scale Statues for San Diego Comic-Con 2019. These include their newly revealed Cheetah and Darkseid. Also on display was their Dark Knight Batman, Black Adam, Shazam, and Batgirl statues. Check them out after the jump.
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We’re taking a quick break from San Diego comic-Con 2019 coverage to share some new figures revealed by Medicom. They are holding a Medicom Toy Expo in Japan this weekend, and a number of new items have been revealed. Most of these pics come from Toyzfrontline. Included are:
- MAFEX Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Clothed Figures
- Miles Morales
- Peter Parker
- MAFEX Child’s Play 2 – Chucky Clothed Figure
- The Dark Knight Returns – Batman
- MAFEX Aquaman Movie
- Black Manta
The 100th Batman Black and White Statue has been revealed by DC Collectibles (via Forbes). The 1/10 scale statue has been designed by Todd McFarlane, with a life-size version on display at San Diego Comic-Con, which will be auctioned off. Look for further details, such as pricing and release date, to be announced during SDCC. Check out a few photos after the jump.
A new version of the Hiya Toys Injustice 2 – Batman 3.75″ Scale Figure has been announced. The Batman Enhanced Version Figure features new armor pieces based on the customizable parts from the game. The figure includes interchangeable hands, a Grapnel Gun, Batarangs, and a figure stand. The figure is due out in February 2020, and will be priced at $19.99. Check out some new images after the jump.
Pre-Order Links: Big Bad Toy Store
DC Collectibles has released a handful of new photos for their upcoming Batman vs TMNT 2-Packs. The new figures are based on the latest DC Comics animated film, which brings together the Heroes In A Half Shell and The Dark Knight to face off against their combined foes. The GameStop Exclusive 2-packs are priced at $49.99 each. The are scheduled for release between September and December of this year! You can by the packs individually, or as a bundle for $249.99. Included in the 2-packs are:
– Batman and Leonardo – In Store September 2019
– Robin and Raphael – In Store September 2019
– Batgirl and Donatello – In Store October 2019
– Alfred and Michelangelo – In Store November 2019
– Ra’s Al Ghul and Shredder – In Store December 2019
You can pre-order the sets by Clicking Here. Check out the new photos after the jump.
A new Australian toy company known as Geek X is developing new officially licensed line of DC Comics collectibles. The collector focused company aims to “bridge the gap between the Australian, US, Japanese and Chinese markets and to reduce the price points“. They will feature their own in-house designers and sculptors, hoping to make collecting rewarding and affordable. One of their first items will be a bust featuring a hybrid of The Joker and Batman, that they are calling BXJ. Their BXJ 1/2 Scale Bust stands at roughly 16.5″ tall, and is cast in polystone resin. The bust is hand painted and includes an acrylic display case.
Pricing and release dates have not been announced yet for the BXJ Bust. Pre-orders are expected to go live “soon”, and we’re awaiting word on who will be carrying the products. For now, you can check out photos and details for the bust after the jump.
Pre-orders are now live for a number of Batman vs TMNT 2-Packs, which have been revealed by DC Collectibles. The new figures are based on the latest DC Comics animated film, which brings together the Heroes In A Half Shell and The Dark Knight to face off against their combined foes. The sets are listed as GameStop Exclusives for San Diego Comic-Con 2019. Each set is priced at $49.99. The sets release between September and December of this year! You can by the packs individually, or as a bundle for $249.99. You can pre-order the sets by Clicking Here. Check out some info below, and the images after the jump.
Thrilled to announce our Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figure line. Each 2-pack comes with a variety of accessories and hit’s stores beginning in September of 2019! Sold exclusively at GameStop! MSRP: $49.99
Batman and Leonardo – In Store September 2019
Robin and Raphael – In Store September 2019
Batgirl and Donatello – In Store October 2019
Alfred and Michelangelo – In Store November 2019
Ra’s Al Ghul and Shredder – In Store December 2019
Beast Kingdom has announced two San Diego Comic-Con 2019 Exclusives from their Dynamic 8ction Heroes (DAH) line of figures. They will be offering a Justice League – Aquaman Comic Color Version Figure, and a Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice – Armored Batman Limited Edition Figure. These are 1/9 scale action that stand about 8″ tall, depending on the character. They have about 30 points of articulation and include multiple interchangeable parts and themed accessories.
There’s no word if these will be available online. Pricing has not been announced at this time. You can check out the new photos and some additional details after the jump.
NECA has posted a new photo of their upcoming New York Comic-Con 2019 Exclusive Batman Figure. The 7″ scale figure, which was revealed back in 2017, is part of the DC vs Dark Horse series from NECA. This set features Batman vs the Joker Alien. We will update with further photos and details as we get closer to NYCC this Fall. See the full photo after the jump.
Time for another round of DC Comics Multiverse from Mattel as we march to the epic conclusion of the line! Wave 12 is the Batman Ninja wave and consists of TV Black Lighting, Rebirth Jon Stewart Green Lantern, along with Titans Nightwing, Starfire, Beast Boy and Wally West (red hair) Kid Flash. The Collect N Connect is Batman Ninja. All are in 6 Inch scale and feature Mattel’s recent levels of articulation which is very solid – double jointed, swivel cuts, rocker feet and the like. Paint is solid for a mass release retail figure on them all, with Black Lightning getting a more complicated sculpt and paint application to match the TV show look. The rest are simple by design and executed appropriately.
Batman Ninja however really shines, he has ornate sculpt and paint to match head to toe and a rubberized cape that moves with posing. Articulation is great allowing for a wide range of elbow movement to compliment the sword. While it isn’t as refined as import versions already on market, it is a really nice figure in hand all together and worthy of attention. IMO, he’s just about the right for the character being a secondary option that only some will be into. The only downsides are that the cape can not be removed without losing the head, and the sheath for the sword does not attach to the body.
All in all a solid wave, especially for the Titans love. These guys are out now, hit our sponsors below along with sites like Amazon and eBay. Read on to check out over 120 HD images of the entire wave thanks to Mattel!