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McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Green Lantern, Batman & Aquaman Figures


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FIRST LOOK at McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Green Lantern, Batman & Aquaman Figures which will launch for pre-order on FEBRUARY 16th! Each physical 7" scale figure includes a McFarlane Toys Digital Collectible. Multiple physical accessories are also included, plus both Batman & Aquaman feature swappable heads.

Collect all 3 and receive a bonus DIGITAL Build-A figure! Visit MTD.GG and follow them on Twitter/X at @md_collectibles for more info on all things McFarlane Toys Digital.

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While Arthur and Hal look nice, they're not enough of an improvement to get me to buy them again, especially since they'll likely be sold at a higher price due to the "digital" collectible being included and coming with alternate heads. $29.99 each is likely and I won't be the slightest bit surprised if they're actually higher than that.

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42 minutes ago, Reno said:

While Arthur and Hal look nice, they're not enough of an improvement to get me to buy them again, especially since they'll likely be sold at a higher price due to the "digital" collectible being included and coming with alternate heads. $29.99 each is likely and I won't be the slightest bit surprised if they're actually higher than that.

Being I've avoided most of the McFarlane DC offering with the exception of when it began and I bought into the hype.....I'll most likely pick up Hal and Arthur.  I just paid $90 for a MAFEX Psylocke to have a version that looks good on the shelf. 

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2 hours ago, Jscott991 said:

I don't really understand what version of Batman that is supposed to be.

 

2 hours ago, tycondrius24 said:

sssshh it's Todds version lol. I'm surprised this isn't the selfie figure that he's meant to be making lol

I just noticed the "bat-kneecaps".  Yeesh. 

 

2 hours ago, MandoMuggle said:

Digital BAF?

Also known as "nothing". Surely the kids won't mind paying a little extra for absolutely no reason, right?  I mean, there's a .JPEG they can look at, and I hear those are totes in these days. 

Honestly, I thought McFarlane had abandoned this NFT nonsense since the very concept is predicated on the opening question of "hey, you guys are stupid, right?" but I guess I was wrong.

 

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Just now, jwheeler0805 said:

A digital BAF...seriously? THAT is supposed to help motivate people to buy all three? Maybe it will start a new trend..."Don't miss this limited-time deal! Buy three one-topping pizzas and get a picture of a supreme pizza for free!" Wow. 

Don't forget the free cheesy bread and 2 liter Coke jpeg they email you as well...

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I think I'm just a fossil. Digital action figures make no sense to me. They are just pixels on a computer that are put in a folder online. If I'm buying an action figure, I'd like to own it and have it physically. 

Maybe Todd should offer those figures that fans want and haven't been made for 3D printers. 

There are lots of figures of Bat villains, movie villains, '66 TV show villains, and comic book villains that haven't been made for some reason or another.

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After I thought Todd was finally getting a bit smarter (I mean, the GI Joe and Transformers license for his smaller page punchers was a smart deal imo (even though I don't collect that size figure), but this "Digital BaF" is just pure nonsense. Nobody, and I mean Nobody, want that. But if you're going to do it, make it a digital figure with the code or whatever it needs to be 3d printed(not that most of have those,but at least it gives you a possible way to do something with these "digital figures"). I don't understand business people today, are they just stupid or what? Nfts and digital collectables are stupid af and no one wants them. It's already been proven you don't own the rights to any digital purchases you've made (Sony just proved that by merging Funimation with Crunchy Roll, and telling all their Funimation subscribers (which was already Sonys company, they bought crunchy roll) that all their digital purchases of videos were now useless and wouldn't be supported on the new crunchyroll app(they're doing away with their own Funimation app and moving everything to crunchyroll, even though they already owned funimation....who buys another streaming app you're competing with, the. Shuts their own app in favor of the new one, while screwing over your own customers. This digital age stuff is really starting to irk me, and all these dumb a** executives at these companies pushing for these dumbest ideas that's going on cost them money in the long run(I will never buy another Playstation in my life now, I'm Xbox all the way. In fact, I won't give Sony a dollar of mine now. Nor will I pay McFarland for a digital Baf, if he's swing that he needs to include a physical one too, or I'm done  using McFarlane products as well, there's other (and better) DC figure makers out there. They may cost more, but I'd rather pay the extra price than give any money to someone with as little business sense or caring about their customers as McFarlane (and Sony) is showing right now.

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8 hours ago, rono said:

I think I'm just a fossil. Digital action figures make no sense to me.

No man, age has nothing to do with it.  Digital action figures make no sense to anyone *with* sense.  The only people this appeals to are grifters hoping to make a buck off of nothing.  And not even the cool type of Grifters who wear red masks and don't come with guns when Todd makes action figures out of them. 

1 hour ago, BatMommy84 said:

In fact, I won't give Sony a dollar of mine now.

Sure, you say that now, but soon enough the siren's song of the hot, new, can't-miss-movie-of-the-February Madame Web will be weaving its um, er, interconnected strands of sticky spider silk around you, and Sony will have you hooked once again...

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Guys, the main question is which toystore are the one with the pre orders?? Big Bad toy Store, Entertainment Earth, Amazon, GameStop...I am checking and there is nothing yet to do a pre order???

Assistance required guys!!!!

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Ok, the inclusion of the 5th dimensional Qwsp/Quisp is enough to put me over the edge on Aquaman. He'll replace my Endless Winter version. I prefer the short hair anyway. Still not biting on the other two and don't like the change to the packaging. Since I don't open most of these, I prefer them to all share the same packaging look. I've got multiple bookshelves of the look they started with, why change now??

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2 minutes ago, Reno said:

Ok, the inclusion of the 5th dimensional Qwsp/Quisp is enough to put me over the edge on Aquaman. He'll replace my Endless Winter version. I prefer the short hair anyway. Still not biting on the other two and don't like the change to the packaging. Since I don't open most of these, I prefer them to all share the same packaging look. I've got multiple bookshelves of the look they started with, why change now??

I only noticed a few hours ago that these are labeled DC DIRECT and not under the DC Multiverse line on Amazon.....so that might be why the packaging is different.

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