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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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!
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!
We aren’t even 2 weeks into 2020 and the first major story for collectors has hit – McFarlane Toys DC Comics license is live. They wasted no time, dropping on Jan 1 and showing up for purchase soon after. Wave 1 of what is being called DC Multiverse (Mattel’s was technically DC Comics Multiverse) consists of 12 figures and 1 vehicle. Included are:
- Batman: Detective Comics #1000
- Batman: Detective Comics #1000 Variant Chase
- Superman: Action Comics #1000
- Batgirl: Art of the Crime
- Nightwing: Better Than Batman
- The Batman Who Laughs
- Batman: Batman the Animated Series
- Superman: Superman the Animated Series
- Green Lantern: Justice League
- Harley Quinn: Classic
- Green Arrow: Arrow
- Superman: Unchained Armor
- Batman: Hellbat Suit
- Bat-Raptor (7 Inch Scale Vehicle)
We have everything in hand and have begun our galleries and reviews. We are splitting this into two parts. Today we will be covering Batman #1000, Superman #1000, Batgirl, Nightwing, Batman Who Laughs, Unchained Superman and Hellbat Batman.
We’ve done base shots on pure white to show clearly what’s going on with each figure, articulation range, key features. We’ve also run them for comparisons with each other and other brand’s figures of different scale. And of course, we capped it off with some super fancy pants shots because that’s the fun stuff!
Read on to check out over 125 shots of the first half of DC Multiverse wave 1, courtesy of McFarlane Toys! [Read more…]