First Look at Mattel’s DC Toys at Toy Fair 2019

Mattel's DC Toy Fair Display (photo by @Nightwing2xxy)

Thanks to @Nightwing2xxy on Twitter we have our first look at a few of the DC Comics action figures Mattel has on display at Toy Fair 2019. Earlier tonight we shared images of their DC Super Hero Girls display and now, we get a look at the Batman Missions and possibly more.

We have already seen some of the Batman Missions figures that I posted about earlier in the top left corner of the first image, so let’s focus on the others.

Now just because a figure looks smaller than another doesn’t mean that is how they are scaled, or will end up. Some of these are larger because they are prototypes and will be shrunk down for release, so we can’t tell much from that particular bit of information.

It looks like The Flash, Aquaman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Deathstroke are probably more Batman Missions figures, with the Shazam! toys possibly DC Mutliverse (or at least Shazam! and Doctor Sivana).

The interesting part is the lower image were we have a Michael Keaton Batman, classic Joker, classic Riddler, BTAS Poison Ivy and Tim Drake Robin. If these are a 3-4inch line of figures I will be totally bummed out, because Mattel is losing their license and this will likely be the only ones we ever see. Hopefully we will get more information as the weekend progresses.

UPDATE – The figures of Michael Keaton Batman, classic Joker, classic Riddler, BTAS Poison Ivy and Tim Drake Robin are DC Multiverse figures.

UPDATE 2 – ToyArk has added some better images of the figures and a few Hot Wheels offerings as well.

About Mattel:

Mattel, the largest toy company in the world, was founded in 1945. It produces a huge range of dolls, toys, games, and video games for boys and girls of all ages. In addition to the company’s very-well-known lines like Barbie and Hot Wheels, Mattel also provides merchandise under license to some of the world’s most famous properties. Many of the firm’s products have become a part of our culture and one would be hard pressed to find any adult in this country who has not owned, played with, or at least touched one of Mattel’s myriad of toys.

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