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  1. 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.
  2. Step into our time machine as we take a look back at what possibly could have been. Long time Marvel Legends and Marvel Universe collectors are likely familiar with the name David Vonner. Originally working on the Marvel Legends line at Toy Biz, he moved over to Hasbro when the license changed hands and continued his work there. Eventually after having a successful stint on the 3.75" Marvel Universe line, David left Hasbro and went to work for Mattel in 2016. At that time, many including myself assumed he would begin working on Mattel's own ongoing 6" and 3.75" superhero line DC Multiverse. Instead he became a Design Manger for their WWE brand, which is the line he has worked on ever since. Of course as most know, Mattel eventually lost the DC license to the likes of Spin Master and McFarlane Toys last year. While Mattel's tenure with the DC license had it's up down, I think it's fairly safe to say that it never quit reached the heights of popularity that Marvel Legends has experienced. Many collectors including myself longed for a day when we would see articulation similar to Marvel Legends on a 6" DC Comics action figure, but alas that day never really came. Well as it turns out that during Dave's time at Mattel, he actually did some work on a Batman figure, which he has now chosen to reveal to the world. It's not entirely clear why Mattel never choose to move forward with this figure or why David was never put onto the DC Multiverse team back when they had the license, a story perhaps we will hear one day. I won't pretend to speak for the entire collector community, but I will say this is a Batman figure I personally would have liked to seen released. The Bruce Wayne head and pulled back cowl is one of the best I have ever seen on a action figure of this scale. Let us know your own thoughts about this figure in the COMMENTS SECTION below.
  3. If you have been looking for an affordable Batmobile that your 7" DC Multiverse Batman figures from McFarlane Toys can drive around in, then Spin Master might just have what you need. Thanks to a heads up by Adrian, we present you this new Batmobile which technically is listed for 12" figures, but you can see from images Adrian took that it works good with 7" figures as well. The best part is that this Batmobile only costs $22 which is available on Amazon now. UPDATE: The one listed on Amazon is apparently shipping right now from AmazonUK so it does have a hefty shipping cost currently. Being this is made by Spin Master, we imagine it will see an actual US release eventually. If we get any more details on this we will be sure to update you here.
  4. Last week we told you how it looked like McFarlane Toys was going to be releasing a wave of 7" DC Multiverse figures that included figures of DC Metals The Drowned, Red Sun Superman and Damien Robin. We saw the prototype for The Drowned figure revealed by Todd McFarlane during the DC Fandome event. Well now thanks to more overseas etailer listings we have word of another wave which will feature a Build-A-Figure. Now I know this may shock you but it's another Batman themed wave. This one is said to be based on the 2019 Batman: The Last Knight On Earth DC Comics storyline which was written by Scott Snyder and had artwork from Jonathan Glapion and Greg Capullo. The wave which is listed with a January 2021 release date is said to include figures from the storyline of Batman, Wonder Woman, Omega and Scarecrow. The Build-A-Figure will be of Bane which will likely go nicely with the Scarecrow figure. Of course until the folks at McFarlane Toys officially confirm this we will treat this info as RUMOR for now.
  5. McFarlane Toys has put out some updates for pre-order dates on their new DC Multiverse figures first announced last month. The Amazon exclusive Flash and Red Death 2-pack will be up for pre-order either the end of this month or the beginning of September. The Red Hood and Nightwing 2-pack pre-order has been delayed until December. Pre-Orders for the Arkham Origins Batman and Arkham Origins Deathstroke figures which are single release figures will go up on September 14.
  6. This one combines two of Todd's favorite things, Batman and repaint variants. It's the new DC Multiverse Target exclusive White Knight Red Variant Batman figure that will be released in March 2021. Now you might be asking why would they do Batman in red? Well I can only speculate, but as best I can tell this is meant to be some kind of nod to the coloring used in the comics. If you have read the White Knight story, you might have noticed a lot of the artwork was done with a red like tint to it. If that's not it then maybe they ran out of bronze paint???
  7. Was encouraged to share some of my work here so hope you guys enjoy what my imagination came up with!
  8. Last month McFarlane Toys announced that new DC Multiverse Chase figures where coming and they showed blacked out images for an Arkham Joker and Arkham Origins Deathstroke figure. Well it looks like the Joker figure has already started showing up at Target stores, and it's not what anyone was really expecting. Turns out instead of being some kind of bloody variant many were hoping for, they simply repainted the figure with a bronze paint. The headsculpt appears to be new as well. You can check out images of the figure below via eBay, though despite that sellers hope this is one of a kind figure, it's not. It is showing up at Target stores now, and from the number of reports I am already seeing for the figure, my guess is that it will be as common to get as the blue and grey BTAS variant Batman figure also on shelves now at Targets. We are told the DCPI# for the figure is 323-011-071, though on Brickseek that number comes up as something else. The UPC# on the packaging appears to be the same as the regular Arkham Joker figure. Since Joker is Bronze, that likely means the Deathstroke chase figure also teased by McFarlane will be bronze as well. Thanks to everyone who wrote in about this one.
  9. Shown below are new official images for the upcoming DC Multiverse The Merciless Build-A-Figure Wave. We first saw this wave announced at the end of last month. The figures are now available for pre-order at Amazon and slated for release on October 12. The wave will see the return of the Build-A-Figure with The Merciless. The wave will include the following figures: - Batman Who Laughs with Sky Tyrant Wings - Superman (The Infected) - Robin Earth -22- There are two chase versions of this figure being released with different facial expressions. For these pre-orders you won't know which one(s) you get until they arrive. - Batman
  10. The new DC Multiverse 7" Flash and Red Death (Earth 52 Batman) 2-pack is now available for pre-order at Amazon.com. The set which is exclusive to Amazon is slated with an October 30 release date and costs $39.99. Batman Earth -52 (Red Death) completes the McFarlane Toys Dark Knights: Metal Action Figure collection. The Flash is featured with a fierce new head and comes with an alternate pair of hands. Included in the set are two collectable art cards! One for each figure featuring their artwork on the front, and character biographies on the back. You also get two figure stands and a diorama type base for both figures to stand and duke it out. The lightning effect pieces coming with the single-pack Flash figure do not appear to be included with this one.
  11. Todd McFarlane, one of the most iconic comic book artists of the late 20th century, has unveiled a brand-new DC Multiverse Batman action figure designed, created and produced by McFarlane and his award-winning McFarlane Toys company. This new Batman action figure is inspired from the mind of Todd McFarlane. McFarlane has created a new never-before-seen before version of Batman’s costume. It features a Black Cape and Cowl, comes with two swords, a base, and includes a collectible art card with Todd McFarlane's Batman artwork on front and character biography on the back. The incredibly detailed 7-inch scale figure is designed with McFarlane Toys' signature "Ultra Articulation" with up to 22 moving parts for a full range of posing and play. In the 1980s, Todd McFarlane began drawing Batman professionally, working on the classic storyline "Batman: Year Two™" in Detective Comics™, and creating iconic artwork, including his dynamic cover for Batman #423. Todd went on to become a titan of the comic book industry but has always had an affinity for Batman. "Batman has always been my favorite character- excluding Spawn," said McFarlane, creative force and CEO of McFarlane Toys. "I've always liked the fact that Batman has no superpowers. When it comes down to it, he's just a dude in a costume trying to combat evil. Conceivably, if Batman were in a huge battle in space, without any of his gadgets and tech, he could potentially die, unlike Superman™. I've always had an affinity for Batman, and it’s an honor to design a brand new version of a Batman figure for all fans and collectors." McFarlane Toys is also bringing collectors and fans a brand-new collector program. With the launch of the new Batman figure by Todd McFarlane, McFarlane Toys has announced its new McFarlane Gold Label Collection Series that will feature characters from your favorite pop-culture and entertainment brands. All figures released in the McFarlane Gold Label Collection will be highly limited and showcased in limited- edition packaging with a McFarlane Toys Gold Label Collection printed in foil. Look for more McFarlane Toys Collector Series announcement coming soon. The McFarlane Gold Label Collection Batman by Todd McFarlane figure will be available for pre-order in mid-Oct at Walmart.com. The figure is exclusive to Walmart but will be available at select international specialty retailers. The retailer release date is January 2021. MSRP $19.99
  12. UPDATE: Looks like both the Deathstroke and Batman figures are being released as single packed figures, not a 2-pack as I originally thought. The Batman figure is also listed as a single release on Walmart's website. The Deathstroke is listed here. Last month it was revealed by McFarlane Toys that we would be getting a new DC Multiverse 2-Pack featuring figures of Batman and Deathstroke from the Arkham Origins video game. Last month McFarlane also teased some type of chase version of Deathstroke would be released along with a chase Arkham Joker figure. This month a bronze painted Arkham Joker figure began showing up at Target stores which we assume is the chase they teased last month. Now we find Walmart.com listing a single packed Arkham Origins Deathstroke figure. Images have yet to be shown with listing and there is nothing in the title or description indicating this is a chase figure. Since the regular Deathstroke figure was said to be included in a 2-pack we are going to ASSUME for the moment this listing is in fact for the chase version. The figure is not yet available for actual purpose, so we will have to wait and see exactly what it is. If it is the Chase version, the next question is will it be bronze color like the Joker figure seen at Target stores.
  13. A few folks have written in with listings that we are told showed up in the EBGames system for upcoming new 7" DC Multiverse figures from McFarlane Toys. While we have confirmed some of these figures with additional sources, we have not been able to confirm them all. It should also be noted that McFarlane Toys has not yet confirmed any of these figures. -DC 7IN Dawn Breaker - 08/28/20 -DC 7IN Devastator - 08/28/20 -DC 7IN Flashpoint Batman - 08/28/20 -DC 7IN Grim Knight - 08/28/20 -DC 7IN Modern Flash - 10/16/20 -DC 7IN Modern Joker - 10/16/20 -DC 7IN Muder Machine - 08/28/20 -DC 7IN Red Death - 08/28/20 -DC 7IN Red Hood - 10/16/20 -DC 7IN Vehicle & Fig - 09/25/20 -DC 7IN W1 15346 - 05/01/20 -DC 7IN W1 15347 - 05/01/20 -DC 7IN W2 15006 - 07/17/20 -DC 7IN W2 15122 - 05/01/20 We should not all the figures listed here seem to be regular priced figures. Even Devastator has the same price as the other figures. The vehicle and figure set looks like is going to cost around $50. Again none of these have been officially confirmed by McFarlane Toys, so do treat these as rumor at this time. Thanks to KNR for the heads up.
  14. With a number of DC Multiverse reveals having been made by McFarlane Toys this past week, we wanted to round everything up in one news post for you, plus bring some new details to light that have been revealed since the initial reveals where made. Many of the new details come via Unparalleled Universe and a live-stream video he did with Tye Butler who works at McFarlane Toys. It's a pretty long video but you can check out the entire thing in the link above. So first we have the newly announced wave of figures that will see the return of the Build-A-Figure concept to the line. this wave will include figures of Superman (The Infected), Batman from Dark Nights: Metal, The Batman Who Laughs with Sky Tyrant Wings and Robin Earth 22. The Build-A-Figure will be The Merciless. This wave will be available for pre-order in August Originally we thought the Robin figure was going to include three different headsculpts. However that is not the case according to Tye. He says the figure will be done more like a chase figure. It will have ONE headsculpt, but there will be three different versions of the figure released. Each headsculpt will have a different expression. So if you want to army build all 3 versions, you will have to hunt down the three figures. Robin will also have a real metal chain, a nice ab-crunch, single-hinged elbows and one of the bigger pieces for the Build-A-Figure. Infected Superman will have double-jointed elbows. Tye in the video indicated they are continuing to work on scale issues within the line making sure the female figures are in better scale with the male figures. He also noted the Robin figure is in scale with the likes of Batman. An additional wave of single release figures was also announced this week which includes The Joker based on the DC Rebirth comic books, Azrael in Batman Armor based on the hit comic book series, BATMAN: CURSE OF THE WHITE KING, Cyborg from the Teen Titans animated series, and The Flash. his wave will be out later this Fall and available for pre-order in August. No indications of this wave having a Build-A-Figure. The Flash figure will have double-jointed elbows and knees and also include lightning effect running pieces that you can get a look at below in our GALLERY. The Modern Joker figure will have similar articulation to the Arkham version. For those wondering, The Birds of Prey Harley Quinn movie figure is on definite hold. It is unclear if it will ever see release or not. There was also a 7" Flashpoint Batman figure announced, but all we know about it's release is that it's coming in Winter 2020. The figure will have pistols that are removable from the holster. In the video Tye stated one of the things they get requests for and he would love to see is a Batman: Knightfall wave with Bane as the Build-A-Figure, and he would also love to see Reign of Superman wave with a Doomsday Build-A-Figure. DC Multiverse 2-Packs where announced this past week which will include the following - Flash/(Batman Earth 52) Red Death, Nightwing/Red Hood And from the Batman/Deathstroke from the Batman: Arkham Origins video game. Earth-52 Batman vs.The Flash will be an Amazon exclusive, released around November time frame and should be up for pre-order in August. Nightwing vs. Red Hood will be in stores Oct/Nov and will also be up for pre-order in August. Pre-orders for the Batman vs. Deathstroke set will go live in August, and it will see release this Fall. The 2-pack Flash will have a different head and different hands from the single packed version. The Red Death figure uses a different body from Flash but will also have double-jointed elbows and knees. The final thing that was teased this week was an image showing some blacked out figures. These are being listed as CHASE figures, and they appear to be some type of variant for the Arkham Joker out on shelves now and the Arkham Origins Deathstroke.
  15. Today I take a look at the new Batman: Curse of the White Knight DC Multiverse Azrael figure from McFarlane Toys. You can purchase this figure from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com. Check out images for this figure below and be sure to share your own thoughts about it.
  16. Back in early February we first got wind of a blue variant of the McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse 7" Batman: The Animated Series figure coming when it started showing up overseas. Well it took awhile but the figure has finally started to see release here in the United States. While it's not entirely clear if the figure is being released as a Target store exclusive, that is the place to go to find it right now. Thanks to everyone who wrote in about it.
  17. We first saw these new 7" DC Multiverse figures of Batman, Joker and Azrael based on the White Knight comic book storyline back during Toy Fair in February. Now McFarlane Toys has released official images and details for the figures which you can check out below. The figures are due out later this summer. Azrael: Batman: Curse of the White Knight #1 (Comics 2019) War veteran, knight of the Order of St. Dumas, and now The Joker’s key recruit in the crusade against Batman— Azrael is the Dark Knight’s most powerful new threat, and the one living link to a devastating secret about the Wayne family’s legacy in Gotham City. Azrael accessories include sword with removable flames, and base. The figure also includes a collectable art card with Azrael from Batman: Curse of the White Knight artwork on the front, and character biography on the back. Batman: White Knight #1 (Comics 2017) After years of epic battles between the Dark Knight and his twisted archenemy, Batman faces his greatest challenge yet: The Joker has been cured of his madness and is now sane. The Clown Prince of Crime has changed his ways, fighting for good in Gotham City, and it may just cause Batman to go over the edge of his own sanity. Batman accessories include Grapnel Launcher, Batarang with line, wrapped Batarang with line, and base. The figure also includes a collectable art card with Batman: White Knight artwork on the front, and character biography on the back. The Joker: Batman: White Knight #8 (Comics 2017) Once the Clown Prince of Crime and Batman’s greatest Super-Villain, The Joker has been cured of his madness. Now, going by the name of Jack Napier, he’s been released from Arkham Asylum and has set his sights on politics—with hopes to save Gotham City from the one person he sees as its true enemy: Batman. The Joker accessories include long nose blaster, alternate Jack Napier head, and base. The figure will also include a collectable art card with The Joker from Batman: White Knight artwork on the front, and character biography on the back.
  18. Todd McFarlane recently posted on Instagram this image stating he wanted to do a Batman figure based on his own artwork, featuring the big cape. Recently DC Direct did one of their Black And White statues bases on that look for the Dark Knight. And of course Todd's own company McFarlane Toys now holds the rights for doing DC Comic based action figures with their 7" DC Multiverse line. So doing McFarlane art style action figures seems like a no brainier, especially for Batman which is the character the big box retailers seem most interested in seeing on their shelves. Now if or when McFarlane ends up doing a McFarlane style Batman figure, the big question is how would they work the cape? When I first saw the cape being used on the Spawn Kickstarter action figure at Toy Fair back in February, my first thought was how that would be perfect for a McFarlane stye Batman figure. The cape is plastic with articulated hinge joints on it, so you can fold the ends of it in or outward. This will work great for some poses, but the down side for a cape of this type is that it will likely be heavy, making the figure more difficult to pose in certain positions. Another option and perhaps the better one would be a soft-goods cape with wires in it. I've seen some companies try this with their figures, and it didn't seem to work so well. However this is a route Medicom seems to be going in with their MAFEX figures, and while I've yet to get any of those in-hand, based on images they seem to look pretty good. So let us know in the comments, do you want to see McFarlane art style DC Comic figures done for the Multiverse line, and how should they work the cape on characters like Batman?
  19. Shown below via TheBlackHoleFan are some nice in-hand figure images for the McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse regular Wonder Woman and gold outfit Wonder Woman figures based on the upcoming WW84 movie. These have started hitting shelves now. You can pre-order them from our sponsor BigBadToyStore.com.
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