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DC Multiverse 7" Dark Nights: Death Metal Batcycle Announced From McFarlane Toys

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3 hours ago, Mr_Scary92 said:

By mistake I thought that Supes was the "Red Son" instead of "Red Sun"

No mistake. Soviet Superman is the "Red Son" version. It says "Red Son" all over the package Todd showed off in his video.

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Drowned looks amazing, I especially love how she was posed in the box that Todd showed, could be my first figure from this line. As for Supes It's kinda disappointing that he still has single Jointed elbows and no reportedly fists, like c'mon. Damien Is cool but that head is little too cartoonish for me, would love alternative head that could be more realistic. Metal Batman is really cool detailed figure, I think that head can be amazing for DKR customs.

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The Robin doesnt look quit as good here as he does in the PR image. I think cause here the colors are much brighter.

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Batmannized Mera looks nice, is the Red Son Superman a repaint of the previous Superman? Is the outfit accurate?

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I'm not saying these things aren't good, cuz they are. I've been tempted several times to just try one out, but I've been strong to resist. I'm not over the fact that McFarlane decided to scale up to 7" because it was more comfortable for him rather than continue the 6" scale which is what many fans wanted. Then the recent revelation of the figure redesign Dave Vonner was trying to propose for the 6" line shows up and it just throws salt in the wound.

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18 hours ago, JayC said:

The Robin doesnt look quit as good here as he does in the PR image. I think cause here the colors are much brighter.

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Indeed, and not only the colors, the face too, its expression looks goofy. Icons was much better, even DCM's had more charm than this Demian.

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On 9/10/2020 at 5:06 PM, JayC said:

McFarlane Toys has announced a new vehicle for their 7" scale DC Multiverse line. It's the Batcycle based on the Dark Nights: Death Metal storyline. Look for it to be released in January 2021.

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So Batman rides a giant skeletal rat?

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McFarlane Toys has released a new image showing their off their upcoming Death Metal Batman And Batcycle . The figure is part of the wave that also includes figures of The Drowned, Red Sun Superman and Damien Robin. The Batcycle is sold separately and all these should be out by January 2021.
 

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On 9/23/2020 at 5:07 PM, mako said:

So Batman rides a giant skeletal rat?

Yes. I think once,

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It's not clear if this is an actual Walmart exclusive, but it is the first place here in the United States to put up for pre-oder the new DC Multiverse 7" Arkham Asylum Batman And Joker 2-Pack. They list it with a November 20th release date.

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I dare to say that's the case.

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I gotta say I don't really see the appeal of these besides completion of the line. The green paint and stuff doesn't really add anything to the figures in my opinion.

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I can't wait to own this and add to my collection! Wish it came with the Batman it's supposed to go with though! LOL why separate? 

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On 9/11/2020 at 6:06 AM, JayC said:

McFarlane Toys has announced a new vehicle for their 7" scale DC Multiverse line. It's the Batcycle based on the Dark Nights: Death Metal storyline. Look for it to be released in January 2021.

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I'm still on the fence whether to get that batman metal, despite the fact that he can actually ride this Batcycle. But i'm definitely getting this bike for my Skeletor... haha... i can see it right now :) Skelly Metal, ain't that badass!!

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On 9/23/2020 at 9:32 AM, JayC said:

The Robin doesnt look quit as good here as he does in the PR image. I think cause here the colors are much brighter.

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Yup. i think so too. If anything, Todd is out for a buck and would go at any lengths to capture his target market... DC fan or not. I'm sure this Robin will look great when it get released.

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On 10/1/2020 at 6:08 AM, JayC said:

Yes. I think once,

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I have to say, even though i'm really commenting on the picture and not the topic haha..., sups looks grand in his long hair here. Hope Mcfarlane makes a fig like this.

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