McFarlane Toys has postes a video update, giving us a new look at the DC Comics – Dark Nights: Death Metal – Batman’s Bike. The preview shows that Batman will be able to ride the bike without issue, and shows off some close up details. Look for the Death Metal DC Multiverse figures to hit stores in January 2021. We’ll update with more info as it becomes available. See some screen caps after the jump.
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Back in July, McFarlane Toys announced a DC Comics Flashpoint Batman Figure for their DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figure line up. Last night they revealed that there will be an unmasked variant, featuring a Thomas Wayne head sculpt. The figure will be released at some time in 2021. No pre-order info is available. Click the banner image for the full photo.
McFarlane Toys has released a couple of preview photos for two upcoming DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figures. The new reveals feature The Flash and Gorilla Grodd from the Injustice 2 video game. These figures are due out in March 2021. No word on pre-orders at this time. See the photos after the jump.
Todd McFarlane has posted a video that mainly shows off the scale of their upcoming DC Multiverse Robin Figure. However, at the end of the video, he gives fans a preview of the upcoming Bane 7″ Scale Build-A-Figure. he showcases the figure alongside the Robin and the Elseworld Batman figure. You can check out the video Here. I’ve taken some screen caps of the Bane section, and you can see them after the jump.
Walmart posted up a pre-order page (that is currently sold out) for a Batman: Arkham Asylum – Batman and Joker DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figure 2-Pack. The set features paint variants of the previously released Batman and Joker figures. The set is priced at $39.88, and ships out in November (so look for it in stores around then). Check out details below, and photos after the jump.
When his parents were gunned down in front of him, young Bruce Wayne™ resolved to rid Gotham City™ of the criminal element that took their lives. He trained extensively to achieve mental and physical perfection, in addition to mastering martial arts, detective techniques, and criminal psychology. Dressing as a bat to prey on criminals’ fears, Batman™ fights crime with the aid of specialized gadgets and vehicles, operating out of his secretive Batcave™ below Wayne Manor. An insanely homicidal Super-Villain, The Joker™’s white skin, green hair, and blood-red lips belie the chaotic nature underlying his cartoonish appearance. The self-styled Clown Prince of Crime has no superpowers, beyond a capacity for incredible violence and a skill at creating deadly mayhem. He frequently concocts elaborate schemes to entrap his arch nemesis, Batman™DC GAMING MULTIPACK – ARKHAM ASYLUM BATMAN VS. ARKHAM ASYLUM JOKER
McFarlane Toys has posted up product pages for three upcoming McFarlane Toys Gold Label Collection figures. Included are the following figures:
- Batman – Designed by Todd McFarlane
- Mandarin Spawn
- The Witcher 3 – Geralt of Rivia
These figures will be available at Walmart stores, with pre-orders supposedly going live today. The figures are 7″ tall, with about 22 points of articulation. Check out all the photos and full details after the jump.
McFarlane Toys recently announced that they would be offering chase figures back into their lineups and kicked things off with Arkham Asylum Joker from DC Multiverse. Coming in all bronze, he will be randomly inserted into case assortments world wide. This specific one is limited to 3,000 units. McFarlane toys sent through a copy for us to check out, so read on to see what a bronze Joker can do for you. There are more slated for 2021 in unique packaging so get ready to hunt!
In July, during McFarlane Con, McFarlane Toys teased a new chase program coming soon. The new chase program officially is called McFarlane Platinum Edition. McFarlane Toys has designed the new chase program to create a line of collectibles that will excite all collectors and become a valued part of your McFarlane Toys collection.
The first figure to release from this program is the Arkham Asylum Joker Bronze Edition, and it will be hitting retailers in September 2020. The Arkham Asylum Joker Bronze Edition figure is limited in production – only 3,000 produced worldwide – and has been randomly packed into DC Multiverse cases shipping to retailers globally.
In 2021, all chase figures released in the McFarlane Platinum Edition program will be showcased in limited-edition packaging with a McFarlane Platinum Edition label printed in foil.
Every McFarlane Platinum Edition figure will be highly limited in quantity and feature a rare paint variation. It will extend across all of McFarlane Toys’ world-class and fan-favorite entertainment and pop culture brands to bring the “chase’ of collecting back to fans everywhere!
There will be several more rare chase figures releasing in 2020. For more reveals of upcoming McFarlane Platinum Edition Figures, stay tuned to McFarlane Toys’ official social channels and McFarlane.com
McFarlane Toys has revealed yet another wave of DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figures. The newest assortment features characters from a few different story arcs. These figures are scheduled for release in January 2021. Included are:
- Dark Nights Metal – The Drowned
- Damian Wayne – Robin
- Red Son Superman
- Dark Nights Death Metal – Batman
You can see the photos after the jump.
Update – added additional images from a Todd McFarlane video showing the figures.
McFarlane Toys has revealed more Batman themed DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figures. Pre-orders for the new Build-A-Figure wave is scheduled to start in November, and will be released in February 2021. This assortment is based on the Last Knight On Earth story line from DC Comics. It features:
- Wonder Woman
Check out the new photos after the jump.
McFarlane Toys is on a drop spree – they just revealed another exclusive for 2021. Batman from the White Knight story line, which released earlier this year in traditional colors (see our gallery here) – is coming to Target in red.
This doesn’t seem to tie into the books in any way, but feel free to correct me if I’m wrong. Based on some feedback from the forums, it looks like the red color scheme is inspired by several of the covers to the White Knight books. Let’s go with that, and that it’s going to Target. :) We will update when further details are revealed such as timing, price, and/or it’s chase status.