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DC Collectibles Solicitations For August 2020 - Justice League Animated Series And More

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DC Collectibles has released their August 2020 product solicitations information. Check out images for everything listed below in our GALLERY.

DC DESIGNER SERIES: BATMAN BY ALEX ROSS DELUXE STATUE
based on artwork by ALEX ROSS
sculpted by JOE MENNA
This faithfully designed deluxe statue features the celebrated art style of Alex Ross in an extremely detailed 1:6 scale statue. Based on the highly popular splash page from the graphic novel Batman: War On Crime, Batman keeps a watchful eye on Gotham City.
• Limited to 5,000 pieces and individually numbered
• Statue measures approximately 13.86" tall
• Allocations may occur
• Final product may differ from image shown
ON SALE AUGUST 2020
$200.00 US




DC COVER GIRLS: HARLEY QUINN BY FRANK CHO STATUE
based on artwork by FRANK CHO
sculpted by JONATHAN MATTHEWS
Harley looks like she’s up to some mischief in this DC Cover Girls statue by Frank Cho. Wearing her classic jester costume and holding her iconic mallet, it seems as if a surprise is awaiting whoever dares come close enough.
• Limited to 5,000 pieces and individually numbered
• Statue measures approximately 9.25" tall
• Allocations may occur
• Final products may differ from images shown
ON SALE AUGUST 2020
$140.00 US




BATMAN BLACK & WHITE: BATMAN V.3 BY JIM LEE STATUE
based on artwork by JIM LEE
sculpted by ALEJANDRO PEREIRA
Jim Lee is back in the Batman Black & White line again with this all new 7" Batman statue. This statue marks Lee’s fifth piece in the line!
• Limited to 5,000 pieces and individually numbered
• Statue measures approximately 7.25" tall
• Allocations may occur
• Final products may differ from images shown
ON SALE AUGUST 2020
$95.00 US




HARLEY QUINN: RED, WHITE AND BLACK: HARLEY QUINN BY STEVE PUGH STATUE
based on artwork by STEVE PUGH
sculpted by ALEJANDRO PEREIRA
Straight from the pages of DC’s young adult graphic novel, Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass, comes the latest Harley Quinn Red, White, and Black statue. This younger version of Harley shows the character in a more grunge-inspired look.
• Limited to 5,000 pieces and individually numbered
• Statue measures approximately 7" tall
• Allocations may occur
• Final products may differ from images shown
ON SALE AUGUST 2020
$95.00 US




DC ESSENTIALS: ESSENTIALLY DCEASED BATMAN, THE JOKER, AQUAMAN, AND GREEN LANTERN ACTION FIGURES
Based on the popular DC Comics miniseries from 2019, DCeased, this DC Essentials action figure takes the most popular characters in the line and turns them into zombie-like creatures.
• Allocations may occur
• Final products may differ from images shown

DCEASED BATMAN
• 7.04" tall

DCEASED THE JOKER
• 6.98" tall

DCEASED AQUAMAN
• 6.97" tall

DCEASED GREEN LANTERN
• 7" tall

ON SALE AUGUST 2020
$28.00 US • Each figure sold separately




JUSTICE LEAGUE: BATMAN, SUPERMAN, WONDER WOMAN, MARTIAN MANHUNTER, THE FLASH, GREEN LANTERN JOHN STEWART, HAWKGIRL, AND AQUAMAN ACTION FIGURES
Inspired by the fan-favorite Justice League animated TV series, this set includes all eight of the exclusive DC Universe action figures: Batman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern John Stewart, Hawkgirl, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, and Superman. All the figures are sculpted in the unique style of the show and finished with bright, bold colors.

BATMAN
• 6.4" tall

SUPERMAN
• 6.35" tall

WONDER WOMAN
• 6.2" tall

MARTIAN MANHUNTER
• 6.5" tall

THE FLASH
• 6" tall

GREEN LANTERN JOHN STEWART
• 5.67" tall

HAWKGIRL
• 5.3" tall

AQUAMAN
• 6.46" tall

• Allocations may occur
• Final products may differ from images shown
$28.00 US • EACH FIGURE SOLD SEPARATELY




DC DESIGNER SERIES: BATMAN BY MIKE MIGNOLA MINI STATUE
based on artwork by MIKE MIGNOLA
sculpted by JONATHAN MATTHEWS
One of DC Collectibles' most popular Batman designs is back with this 7-inch DC Designer Series mini statue by Mike Mignola. For the first time ever, the statue appears in full color in the 1:10 scale and accommodates any size collection.
• Limited to 5,000 pieces and individually numbered
• Statue measures approximately 7.7" tall
• Allocations may occur
• Final products may differ from images shown
ON SALE AUGUST 2020
$95.00 US

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So DCC decided to re-issue the JL figures that it originally were offered as exclusives for its streaming service subscriptors?, good for all those interested in them and who did not want or could not get them the first time, in regards to action figures Dcc is creatively a zombie.

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I am glad they rereleasing Justice League figures, hopefully there’s more to come maybe ?  Zombie heroes looks surprisingly good considering there’s only new headsculpts and paint    . I think some new parts would do good but I guess Dcc doesn’t have budget for that anymore. 

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6 minutes ago, SpiderS said:

I am glad they rereleasing Justice League figures, hopefully there’s more to come maybe ?  Zombie heroes looks surprisingly good considering there’s only new headsculpts and paint    . I think some new parts would do good but I guess Dcc doesn’t have budget for that anymore. 

Ah, my guess is that they are trying to make some money with little to new tooling and giving Macfarlane a free path and for its Dc stuff, yeah just my guess, but I don't think it's smart idea for two companies to make figures with similar characteristics, especially for DCC.

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12 minutes ago, Neovorticism2 said:

Ah, my guess is that they are trying to make some money with little to new tooling and giving Macfarlane a free path and for its Dc stuff, yeah just my guess, but I don't think it's smart idea for two companies to make figures with similar characteristics, especially for DCC.

With the seeming delay of the McFarlane stuff which was original hoped to be out in early January and now seems more likely mid-year at earliest, these zombie figures felt to me like something cheap and easy DCC came up with to fill that void of no DC figures during the beginning of the year.

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It's not surprising they are re-releasing the JL figures to the general public now but I do wish they would have included some accessories with them. I guess that would be salt to the wound for those who got the streaming service versions though.

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8 hours ago, JayC said:

With the seeming delay of the McFarlane stuff which was original hoped to be out in early January and now seems more likely mid-year at earliest, these zombie figures felt to me like something cheap and easy DCC came up with to fill that void of no DC figures during the beginning of the year.

Perhaps a change of plans or the date was only tentative, my guess is that we might see the first wave being released on the first quarter. Even so, it seems that DCC doesn’t want to invest much more in its figures, much less to develop a new collection of figures, it is mostly focusing on statues or niche high end stuff.

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7 hours ago, Neovorticism2 said:

Perhaps a change of plans or the date was only tentative, my guess is that we might see the first wave being released on the first quarter. Even so, it seems that DCC doesn’t want to invest much more in its figures, much less to develop a new collection of figures, it is mostly focusing on statues or niche high end stuff.

I don’t think we will see any McFarlane DC until after Toy Fair in Feb. March or April would be my guess for the earliest. Keep in mind that is just a guess but being we’ve seen or heard nothing from them so far on the DC front that seems the most likely scenario. Debut at Toy Fair, then solicit and then release.

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I seem to recall Todd telling someone on youtube that he'd be keeping everything under wraps until after Mattel's licensing agreement expired at the end of the year.

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Also glad to see the Justice Leaguers coming for us who didn't subscribe to their streaming.  Batman and Superman, come to me!  

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Hey, I'll buy 'em. With Mattel out of the picture, and Spin Masters and McFarlane not exactly forthcoming with plans, I gotta get my DC fix somehow.

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On 12/13/2019 at 1:48 PM, JayC said:

It's not surprising they are re-releasing the JL figures to the general public now but I do wish they would have included some accessories with them. I guess that would be salt to the wound for those who got the streaming service versions though.

Well not really. They do that all the time. The fact that they don't have a single accessory is the only thing preventing me to get these.  Would kill them to pit some extra hands? They have the molds ready. Just a matter of repaint them. They could fix the fact that WW has such small hands for instance and Hawkgirl with no mace? Doesn't make sense at all.

 

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38 minutes ago, FASVB said:

Well not really. They do that all the time. The fact that they don't have a single accessory is the only thing preventing me to get these.  Would kill them to pit some extra hands? They have the molds ready. Just a matter of repaint them. They could fix the fact that WW has such small hands for instance and Hawkgirl with no mace? Doesn't make sense at all.

 

Right?  The prototypes they showed off at San Diego Comic Con last year had different hands, some of them,  so alternate hands are possible, and it's clear from one of the hands she got that Hawkgirl was supposed to have a mace.  It's weird that they would pare them all down so much.

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