Our friends at Entertainment Earth have released a pre-order page for the upcoming DC Multiverse Batman 80th Anniversary wave of 6 inch scale action figures. The question is, do we even care at this point? Sure, those that have invested in every single figure since the debut wave of DC Universe Classics will want to pick them up. Those that have purchased every single DC Multiverse figure to this point will also surely snag them, but the excitement has really been drowned out for new figures in this wave since the announcement of McFarlane Toys’ acquisition of the “collectors” line of DC figures. Even I am on the fence about acquiring this wave.

In any case, here are the details for the new figures. Hopefully we will have official images for the figures soon. Obviously you can pre-order this wave now from the fine folks at Entertainment Earth.

Celebrating classic DC comic books, these highly detailed 6-inch tall DC Comics character figures have 20 points of articulation for dynamic posing and action moves. Richly authentic to their parallel inspirations, they will delight all those seeking collector-quality action figures in the 6-inch scale. Collect and connect them all to build Killer Croc. The DC Multiverse Batman 80th Wave 12 Action Figure Case includes 6 individually packaged figures and the following:

  • Katana figure
  • Batman (Grayson) figure
  • Red Robin (Drake) figure
  • Red Hood (Todd) figure
  • Alfred Pennyworth figure
  • The Beast figure

What are your thoughts? Leave your comments in the comment section below!

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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.


    • They have already said that they will be changing it. McFarlane’s figures will be 7″ scale, whereas Mattel’s were 6″ scale.

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