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Adding to what’s already a big day for fans of DC Comics toys, DC Collectibles has debuted six more action figures in its Icons line, including Batgirl of Burnside, complete with motorcycle.
And, as if the figures aren’t enough, there are also two new DC Icons Accessory Packs, featuring such items as Chi’P and Bat-Mite minifigures, Harley Quinn’s baseball bat and pie bomb, Jay Garrick’s helmet and a pair of Joker fish.
The just-announced Batman animated figures aren’t the extent of DC Collectibles’ plans for Harley Quinn, not by a long shot. One of DC’s most successful characters of the past couple of decades, Harley is receiving her own line of action figures, designed by fan-favorite artist Amanda Conner.
Vulture has the news ahead of this weekend’s Toy Fair in New York City, where attendees will undoubtedly get a look at the first wave: “Retro Rocket Harley,” “Super Hero Harley,” “Classic Harley” and “Holiday Harley.”
DC Collectibles is expanding its popular line of Batman animated toys with action figures inspired by Batman Beyond, Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures.
Unveiled by USA Today ahead of this weekend’s Toy Fair in New York City, there’s a lot here that will undoubtedly please collectors, from the Batman Beyond three-pack ($50), featuring Batman, Ace and Bruce Wayne, to the “Tales of the Dark Knight” set ($70), with Batman, Carrie Kelley and the Mutant Leader.
In what’s shaping up to be a red-letter week for Batman toy collectors, DC Collectibles has followed the official debut of LEGO’s elaborate Batcave playset with an unveiling of its own: the Batman: The Animated Series Deluxe Batmobile.
We’ve already seen a 6-inch scale BTAS Batmobile, so what makes this one “deluxe”?
DC Collectibles will test both the depth of your Batman devotion and the size of your bank account next year with the release of a limited-edition brass statue of the Caped Crusader. Limited to just 100 pieces, the statue carries a price tag of $5,000. Yes, that’s three zeroes.
However, if that’s just a little out of your price range, the company has also announced two limited-edition collectibles to celebrate the 30th anniversary of The Dark Knight Returns.
DC Collectibles is paying tribute to the late Carmine Infantino with the next release in its Batman: Black and White line of statues.
Revealed this morning by MTV, the Batman and Robin statues are based on the artist’s 1964 redesign of the Dynamic Duo, the “New Look” that endured for decades, across comics, live-action and animated television, and merchandise.
Although they may be cutting it a little close, the folks at DC Collectibles are bringing some of Gotham’s most notorious to your door for Halloween with pumpkin-carving patterns inspired by Batman: The Animated Series.
If you’ve not already created your jack-o’-lanterns, here’s your chance to go rogue with The Riddler, Catwoman, Harley Quinn and the Creeper. (You can download the PDFs by clicking the photos on the DC Comics website.)
Less than two weeks from the series premiere, DC Collectibles has unveiled a statue inspired by CBS’s Supergirl.
Based on the likeness of star Melissa Benoit, the 12.5-inch resin statue depicts the Maid of Might in her red-and-blue television costume. And the figure’s base features the superheroine’s iconic emblem.
While offering an update on the delayed Two-Face action figure, DC Collectibles debuted a first look at two more entries in the DC Comics Greg Capullo Designer Series: The Flash and Survival Suit Batman, based on the designs by the acclaimed Batman artist.
Set to arrive in the second half of 2016, they’ll join a lineup of figures in the Designer Series that already includes Batman, Nightwing, Catwoman, Commissioner Gordon, The Riddler, Talon, Mr. Freeze, the Red Hood and Thrasher Suit Batman. Oh, and of course Two-Face, which is targeted for release in December.
DC Collectibles has revealed its Comic-Con International-exclusive pencil-deco BlueLine Edition Batman action figure, designed by Jim Lee.
In a video that premiered this morning on USA Today, the DC Comics co-publisher unboxes the collectible, which will be available in two versions: the standard $40 package, which includes and exclusive print by Lee; and the $300 limited edition of 150, each of which comes with a signed original sketch by the artist (he’ll draw 50 each of Batman, Harley Quinn and The Joker).
DC Collectibles has debuted its second wave of action figures based on the upcoming Batman: Arkham Knight video game.
Revealed by MTV News, the figures of Catwoman, Commissioner Gordon, Nightwing and Robin stand between 6.5 inches and 6.75 inches tall, and feature somewhere around 20 points of articulation, as well as character-specific accessories and (in most cases) interchangeable hands. They join Wave 1’s Batman, Scarecrow, Harley Quinn, Arkham Knight and the Gamestop-exclusive Red Hood, released in April.
Bruce Timm’s Justice League: Gods & Monsters, the direct-to-video animated feature the re-envisions Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman in a darker, alternate universe, won’t just spawn a comics prequel. The DC Universe Original Movie has inspired a line of action figures as well.
DC Collectibles has unveiled a first look at the 7-inch figures from the first wave, arriving this fall: Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman (although in Gods & Monsters, none of them is the hero fans have come to know). As you can see in the images below, each features interchangeable hands, while Batman also comes with an alternate, unmasked head, and Wonder Woman with her sword.
Ahead of Saturday’s kickoff of Toy Fair 2015, DC Collectibles has unveiled a lineup that includes the debut of the DC Comics Icons action-figure line, based on the work of artist Ivan Reis, and the first 6-inch-scale Batmobile inspired by Batman: The Animated Series.
Accompanying the Batmobile is the fifth wave of figures from Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures — Nightwing, Bane, Mad Hatter and Scarecrow — plus a two-pack from Mask of the Phantasm (MTV News has the full details on the figures). The Batmobile features sliding door access and room for two 6-inch figures.
You may recall those stylish DC Nation animated shorts by Robert Valley featuring a sunglasses-wearing Wonder Woman who cruises around in a classic Dodge Charger, fights a rollerskating Giganta and rescues a clueless Steve Trevor. If you don’t, you should watch them immediately (below), because they’re terrific — but also because DC Collectibles has unveiled a Wonder Woman statue based on Valley’s design.
Details are scant, but we know that it arrives this fall as part of the Wonder Woman: The Art of War line … and it’s pretty great-looking.
Released Tuesday, DC Comics’ solicitations for April not only includes the listings for the DC Collectibles Designer Series action figures inspired by Jae Lee’s work, but also the first deluxe figure from the line based on Batman: The Animated Series and The New Batman Adventures: none other than Roxy Rocket!
Created by Paul Dini and Bruce Timm for 1994’s Batman Adventures Annual #1 before making the leap to television in 1988 with the New Batman Adventures episode “The Ultimate Thrill,” Roxy is a Hollywood stunt double turned jewel thief who initially mistook Batman’s high-risk pursuit of her for romantic interest. She reappeared on an episode of Superman: The Animated Series.