McFarlane Toys have been pushing on with the DC license since they took over earlier this year. Round 1 gave us a taste of everything – modern comics, animated and TV. Later in the year we got two Wonder Woman pieces from the upcoming WW84. Today we are looking at their latest offering – figures based on the DC Comics Batman: White Knight mini-series. This is a DC Black Label story out of the main continuity, which has the Joker being “cured” and becoming Gotham’s savior, while Batman becomes it’s villain. The art has it’s own unique style, and these figures are very faithful to that look. To the casual fan who just wants a standard “works for everything” Batman – this isn’t it, on purpose. If you know the source material – it is dead on. Read on to check out our pics of the figures and some additional thoughts, courtesy of McFarlane Toys!
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The McFarlane Toys website has been updated with product pages for four upcoming DC Multiverse Batman Figures. The new 7″ scale DC Comics figures are all based on the Dark Nights: Metal story lines. Included are The Murder Machine, The Grim Knight, The Devastator, The Dawnbreaker. Each figure features about 22 points of articulation and include figure stands. The Grim Knight includes a grenade launcher, a sub-machine gun, and a weapons arsenal that goes on his back. The Dawnbreaker includes a Demon Bat Light Projection. The other two figures have no additional accessories.
The figures are priced at $19.99 each. Look for them to be released this Fall. You can see the photos and further details after the jump.
Three new DC Multiverse product pages have been posted by McFarlane Toys. The upcoming figures are from the White Knight story lines by DC Comics. Included are both Batman and The Joker 2017’s Batman: White Knight series. Also included is Azrael from last years Batman: Curse of the White Knight. In the story, The Joker regains his sanity and is set freed from Arkham Asylum. Going by the name Jack Napier, he sets out to rule Gotham City once more. This time as a politician, as he attempts to turn the city against Batman.
Each figure stands about 7″ tall, and will have approximately 22 points of articulation. The Batman figure includes a Grapnel Launcher, a Batarang with rope, wrapped Batarang with rope, and a figure base. The Joker includes two interchangeable portraits, a long nose pistol, and a figure base. Azrael includes a sword, a removable sword flame effect, and a figure base.
The figures will be priced at $19.99 each. They are currently scheduled for a release this Summer. Check out additional details, and the new photos after the jump.
McFarlane Toys burst on the scene at the start of 2020 with their new DC Multiverse line of figures (check our galleries here). There were a lot that dropped right away, and we’ve been waiting for the next round to hit. Today we get the second batch with 2 new Wonder Woman 84 figures. These would have been on shelves in the time leading up to the movie release, but alas, we all need to wait due to world events. The figures however, are dropping at retail this month and we have copies to check out after the break.
We get a standard Wonder Woman, in traditional gear, and a Golden Armor version. Both looks have been seen in the trailers. The Golden Armor one is sharp, featuring detachable wings and a flight stand. Standard Diana comes with two lassos, one extended and one wrapped up for her belt.
Read on to check them both out after the break, along with some additional thoughts, courtesy of McFarlane Toys!
Back in February, images began floating around of two variant of the McFarlane Toys Batman Figures. The figures featured their Batman: The animated Series Figure, and their DC Comics – Detective Comics #1000 Figure in the classic blue and grey costume. At the time, there were no details on when these variants would officially be released. an update by McFarlane Toys gives us news on one of these two variants. They have posted the product page for DC Multiverse – Batman Detective Comics #1000 Variant Figure. The 7″ Scale Figure includes a grapnel gun and a Batarang.
The variant Batman is set to hit stores in May. It will be priced at $19.99. You can see additional details and the product images after the jump.
McFarlane Toys has posted the product pages for two upcoming figures based on Batman: Arkham Asylum, the acclaimed video game released in 2009. Batman and The Joker, who were originally revealed at Toy Fair 2020, are joining the DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figure Line. The Batman figure will include a Grapnel Gun, two Batarangs, a Bomb Cannister, a swap out fist, and a figure base. The Joker figure includes a pistol, two chattering teeth, and figure base.
They are currently scheduled for a Summer 2020 release. The figures will be priced at $19.99 each. You can see additional product details, and the new photos after the jump.
At Toy Fair 2020, we got our first look at a number of new DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figures from McFarlane Toys. They are tackling a number of comic stories, Wonder Woman 1984, and even Batman: Arkham Asylum! Below is a list of the new figures on display.
Wonder Woman 1984
- Wonder Woman
- Wonder Woman in Gold Armor
Batman: Arkham Asylum
- The Joker
- Batman – White Knight
- The Joker – White Knight
- Azrael – White Knight
Two new DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figures have been announced by McFarlane Toys. They have posted product pages for two new Wonder Woman figures, which are based on the upcoming Wonder Woman 1984 movie. They feature Wonder Woman in her standard costume, as well as her Gold Armor. The figures will have 22 points of articulation and will include figure stands, accessories, and a collectible trading card.
The figures will be released this April. They should be priced around $20 each. Check out photos, and full details after the jump.
Two new Batman DC Multiverse 7″ Scale Figure Chase Variants by McFarlane Toys have been revealed by @comictoyhuntergermany on Instagram. We have been seeing listings for the Detective Comics variant since the line was released. Finally, we know that the Detective Comics #1000 Batman Chase Variant will be a classic blue and gray suit variant. Newly revealed is a Batman: The Animated Series Chase Variant. Like the Detective Comics version, this will be a classic blue and gray suit colors. Check out images after the jump.
McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse figures are out in the wild, hitting retail and online shops. Wave 1 consists of 12 figures, a variant, and a vehicle. We took a look at the first half of the wave on Friday, you can check that out here. Today we are going to look at the rest, with the key focus being the Animated figures – Animated Batman, Animated Superman, Animated Green Lantern, Harley Quinn (kinda Animated), and then TV Green Arrow along with the Bat-Raptor vehicle.
We shot the rest and have over 100 new pics (in addition to the 115 from part 1), after the break courtesy of McFarlane Toys. Read on to check it all out!