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New Mortal Kombat Figures from McFarlane Toys!

McFarlane Toys has dropped new pre-orders today in the form of two new Mortal Kombat figures. They are “bloody” variants of the previously released Joker and Kotal Kahn figures.

You can currently pre-order them from our friends at Entertainment Earth – The Joker, Kotal Kahn.

Mortal Kombat Wave 8 Bloody Joker 7-Inch Scale Action Figure:

Based off his Killer Smile Skin in Mortal Kombat 11, this incredibly detailed Joker action figure features a blood splattered design. This Mortal Kombat Wave 8 Bloody Joker 7-Inch Scale Action Figure is designed with ultra articulation with up to 22 moving parts for a full range of posing. The Joker includes a knife, his cane, and a display base. The figure is showcased in Mortal Kombat themed window box packaging.

Unpredictable, violent and incredibly dangerous, The Joker is chaos personified. He’s killed Robin, crippled Batgirl and tortured and murdered countless people throughout the DC universe. And now, he’s the latest Kombatant to join in Mortal Kombat.

Mortal Kombat Wave 8 Bloody Joker 7-Inch Scale Action Figure

Mortal Kombat Wave 8 Bloody Kotal Kahn 7-Inch Scale Action Figure:

Based off his Cutter of Men skin in Mortal Kombat 11, this incredibly detailed Kotal Kahn action figure has a blood splattered design. This Mortal Kombat Wave 8 Bloody Kotal Kahn 7-Inch Scale Action Figure features ultra articulation with up to 22 moving parts for a full range of posing. Kotal Kahn includes his sword and a display base. The figure is showcased in Mortal Kombat themed window box packaging.

Osh-Tekk warrior and Emperor of Outworld. Years ago, Kotal saved the Empire from chaos and claimed the throne of Kahn. Now his reign is plagued by rising tensions at home and abroad. Determined to keep order, Kotal wrestles with the temptation to exercise the same brutal tactics as his predecessors.

Mortal Kombat Wave 8 Bloody Kotal Kahn 7-Inch Scale Action Figure

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ABOUT MCFARLANE TOYS:

Grammy-and Emmy-winning producer/director Todd McFarlane, creator of Spawn, is the creative force behind McFarlane Toys, one of America’s top action figure manufacturers. McFarlane Toys has become an industry leader, redefining the standards within the action figure market. For complete information on this pop-culture powerhouse, visit www.mcfarlane.com.

New Bionic Woman ReAction Figures from Super7

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Super7 leaps into the world of The Bionic Woman with two new ReAction Figures! She may look like 6 million dollars (the actual amount is Classified: Top Secret), but with the new Bionic Woman ReAction figures, Jaime Sommers and her diabolical nemesis the Fembot, you can recreate the 70s sci-fi intrigue and adventure that gripped a generation. 

This Bionic Woman television series is based on the adventures of Jamie Sommers, who almost dies while sky diving. She is rebuilt bionically, just like her former fiance, Steve Austin (the six million dollar man himself). Grateful for being saved, Jamie agrees to work for the government and puts her bionic skills to work on dangerous missions.

Pre-order links should be coming soon! So stay tuned for more information.
Bionic Woman ReAction Figures

If obtaining the Weather Control Device or infiltrating the O.S.I. is your diabolical mission, building a Fembot army starts here!

Bionic Woman ReAction Figures

Super7 Reveals The Simpson ULTIMATES! Wave 2

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Super7 has revealed the second wave of their Simpsons Ultimates line. Wave 2 consists of Bartman, Duffman, Hank Scorpio, and Krusty the Clown. You can expect to pay the normal $55 per figure, with a ship date of fall 2022. 

You can currently order from our sponsor Entertainment Earth – Bartman, Duffman, Hank Scorpio and Krusty the Clown. #ad

Check out all the details for each figure below!

The Simpsons ULTIMATES! Wave 2 – Bartman

As seen on The Simpsons, Bartman may not be Bart’s most elaborate disguise but it’s certainly one of his most memorable. This 7” scale highly articulated Simpsons ULTIMATES! Bartman figure features premium detail and comes with interchangeable heads & hands and a variety of other accessories, including his skateboard, Radioactive Man comic, and a Santa’s Little Helper figure. After more than 30 years on air, it seems like The Simpsons will be around forever, but the chance to get this made-to-order Bartman ULTIMATES! figure won’t be, so don’t miss out!

Accessories:

  • 3x interchangeable heads
    • Neutral Bartman head
    • Smiling Bartman head
    • Regular Bartman head
  • 9x interchangeable hands:
    • 2x Fist hands
    • 2x Open hands
    • 2x Expressive hands
    • 2x Gripping hands
    • 1x Money hand
  • 1x Skateboard
  • 1x Slingshot
  • 1x Bartman utility belt
  • 1x Bartman soft plastic cape
  • 1 x Radioactive Man #1 comic
  • 1 x Santa’s Little Helper (with torn comic page in mouth)
  • 1 x Bird nest (with Radioactive Man #1 page as lining)
The Simpsons ULTIMATES! Bartman

The Simpsons ULTIMATES! Wave 2 – Duffman

As seen on The Simpsons, like many of the most successful corporate pitchmen, Duffman may have become more recognizable than the product he’s promoting. This 7” scale highly articulated Simpsons ULTIMATES! Duffman figure features premium detail and comes with interchangeable heads & hands and a variety of other accessories, including a Duff Beer 7-Pack, Duff #1 foam hand, and Santa’s Little Helper as Suds McDuff. After more than 30 years on air, it seems like The Simpsons will be around forever, but the chance to get this made-to-order Duffman ULTIMATES! figure won’t be, so don’t miss out!

Accessories:

  • 3x interchangeable heads
    • Smiling head
    • Laughing head
    • Sticker-on-face head
  • 9x interchangeable hands:
    • 2x Open hands
    • 2x Expressive hands
    • 1x Gripping hand
    • 1x Fist hand
    • 1x Saluting hand
    • 1x Pointing hand
    • 1x “Devil Horn” hand
  • 1x Duff Beer 7-Pack
  • 1x Duff Beer #1 Foam Finger
  • 1x Santa’s Little Helper as “Suds McDuff” figure
  • 1x Soft Plastic Cape
The Simpsons ULTIMATES! Duffman

The Simpsons ULTIMATES! Wave 2 – Krusty

Jovial on the outside, miserable on the inside, Krusty the Clown is the archetype for a beloved performer who gets no joy from giving it. This 7” scale highly articulated Simpsons ULTIMATES! Krusty the Clown figure features premium detail and comes with interchangeable heads & hands and a variety of other accessories, including a box of Krusty-O’s, cream pie, and a Mr. Teeny figure. After more than 30 years on air, it seems like The Simpsons will be around forever, but the chance to get this made-to-order Krusty the Clown ULTIMATES! figure won’t be, so don’t miss out!

Accessories:

  • 3x interchangeable heads
    • Happy head
    • Smoking head
    • Yelling head
  • 7x interchangeable hands:
    • 2x Neutral hands
    • 2x Open hands
    • 2x Gripping hands
    • 1x Drink with cigarette hand
  • 1x Microphone
  • 1x Box of Krusty-O’s
  • 1x Cream pie
  • 1x Mr. Teeny figure
  • 1x Soft goods robe
The Simpsons ULTIMATES! Krusty the Clown

The Simpsons ULTIMATES! Wave 2 – Hank

As seen on The Simpsons, Hank Scorpio might be the World’s Best Boss, but unfortunately, he might also be the world’s worst super-villain. This 7” scale highly articulated Simpsons ULTIMATES! Hank Scorpio figure features premium detail and comes with interchangeable heads & hands and a variety of other accessories, including flame-thrower with fuel pack, grenade, and remote control. After more than 30 years on air, it seems like The Simpsons will be around forever, but the chance to get this made-to-order Hank Scorpio ULTIMATES! figure won’t be, so don’t miss out!

Accessories:

  • 3x interchangeable heads
    • Neutral head
    • Yelling head
    • Angry head
  • 6x interchangeable hands
    • 2x Fist hands
    • 2x Gripping hands
    • 1x Expressive hand
    • 1x “World’s Best Boss” mug hand
  • 1x Flamethrower
  • 1x Fuel tank for flamethrower
  • 1x Hose for flamethrower
  • 1x Grenade
The Simpsons ULTIMATES! Hank

SPOTLIGHT: THE COLLECTION OF AJ SALAZAR

Welcome to the DCCollectors collection spotlight, where we showcase one of your DC-themed collections! Whether it is a fan just starting out with a small collection, to some of the largest collections in the world, there is always something you can learn from looking at other’s collections. You might find a new way to display something, or maybe even see something you did not know existed!

Today’s focus is on the collection of AJ Salazar. AJ has an amazing collection of Aquaman related memorabilia. He even has his own Aqua-Man Cave (see what he did there)?

Check out more about AJ’s collection below!

Aquaman mini-figures from the collection of AJ Salazar

DCCollectors: How did you get into collecting Aquaman merchandise and what was your first Aquaman toy/collectible?

AJ Salazar: Just like any other kid, I grew up watching lots of Superman and Batman animations and owned a couple of their toys back then. My love for toys and action figures has not died since. It was around late 2008-2009 when I first found out about the DC Universe Classics toy line. My first figure was Aquaman from Wave 2, the short hair variant.

I was more of a toy collector than a comic book fan, so when my love for Aquaman started to grow, I started reading just a couple of comics about his origins. I actually found out that in New Earth the second Aquaman was named “Arthur Joseph” Curry, which I think was super cool at the time because my full name is “Anthony Joseph” and the geek in me tells me: “he’s got to be my spirit hero!” Haha! Want to know another cool story? Aquaman’s DC Comics birth date is January 29th and mine is before his- the 28th! Yes, born an Aquarius. I believe that was the turning point. My enjoyment for collecting the King of the Seven Seas started to grow and the rest is history!

DCCollectors: How many pieces are in your collection?

AJ Salazar: I honestly lost count. Some aren’t displayed or showcased because they’re either super small, paper-like or super fragile like mini memorabilia. I usually get or buy anything Aquaman-related. Items like mini memorabilia, statues, or even custom items, etc… I am always trying to look for ways to showcase them inside my small Aqua-Man-Cave. At this point, I wouldn’t say a lot more than 500-600 but maybe around 400 – more or less.

DCCollectors: If you could only choose one item to keep, which one would it be and why?

AJ Salazar:  I would love to keep them all! Haha. Tough question as there’s some that have memories, but then if I have to really choose one, it would probably be the Aquaman Movie Jason Momoa statue by Sideshow Collectibles. Simply because it’s my wife’s first Aquaman present for me on my birthday. Another one I’d love to keep with me also would be the DC Universe Classics Aquaman short-hair variant as it’s the one that started it all for me.

DCCollectors: If price did not matter, what is the one Aquaman item that you want to add to your collection?

AJ Salazar: Oh man, I’d definitely want to add the actual Hero suit costume from the Aquaman movie, or the one used from the Justice League movie as a memorabilia grail! The movie really did justice in bringing Aquaman to life, so that’s something I’d love to acquire someday, and if budget permits! Haha!

DCCollectors: How did you find those awesome DC Universe Classics prototypes?

AJ Salazar: During my early days of collecting Aquaman figures, I would read a lot of collectors confessions and one of them talked about being a “deeper” collector and how he was able to acquire some of those prototypes and test-shots figures that he had. I got inspired and from there I wondered if there’s a small chance I’d be able to find one of the Aquaman figures. I tried looking in some of these online markets and actually found one! I befriended the seller and turns out he owned two figures, which were the DC Universe Classics Aquaman short hair prototype and the DC Comics Icons Aquaman. I ended up getting the DC Universe Classics first of course, and weeks later I was able to acquire his Icons Aquaman prototype. The other prototypes I own for both figures and Funko’s came from different sellers and collectors. It’s all the same process of hunting down these prototypes and with the help of other collectors and friend’s leads.

DCCollectors: Do you ever add other DC toys (besides Aquaman) to your collection?

AJ Salazar: Not sure if Mera is counted for the Aquaman collection, but I also collect her and she definitely has a special place in my collection. I own a couple of Black Manta and Black Adam figures too, and then some DC Comics women for my Funko collection.

DCCollectors: If others wanted to start a collection based on Aquaman, what piece of advice would you give them?

AJ Salazar: It’s never too late to start! Collecting Aquaman is not as hard as collecting Superman or the entire Green Lantern army, WE ARE BLESSED! Hahaha! Kidding aside, simply just enjoy the fun of collecting! Never pressure yourself because it will suck out the fun and thrill of it. Don’t rush and never compete with other collectors. Your collection is your own, use it as a motivation to expand your line.

And no matter how big or small your collection is, remember that you’re doing it for yourself and for whatever personal value it has to you and not for anyone else or just to show off. Personal value and happiness comes first before anything else. And always, always.. be kind and humble. You’ll definitely meet lots of nice collectors along the way that will most likely contribute more to your collection and might end up being one of your good friends. Always remember, if it makes you happy, GET IT! Unite the SEVEN!!!!

DCCollectors: Do you have an interesting story regarding the collection, such as meeting someone famous while shopping for your toys, or a super deal you got on something?

AJ Salazar: Well actually not while shopping for toys but when the Aquaman movie premiered in my place, we had an Aquaman Fan Event with the cast and Director James Wan. With the help of my Friend, Khat, I was lucky enough to get my Aquaman Funko Pop signed by Jason Momoa at the event! Super nice guy and he actually did spend a couple of hours interacting with the fans and just signing stuff! Definitely one of my best memories being an Aquaman fan, as Jason Momoa really did justice bringing him to life!

Check out an image gallery below, featuring AJ’s Aquaman collection. (Click the image to open up a better look at it)

If you would like to share your collection with DCCollectors’ readers, please visit the Contact Us page, and drop me a line! I would love to feature your DC toy collection here at DCCollectors.com!

SPOTLIGHT: THE COLLECTION OF WILL RODGERS

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Welcome to the DCCollectors collection spotlight, where we showcase one of your DC-themed collections! Whether it is a fan just starting out with a small collection, to some of the largest collections in the world, there is always something you can learn from looking at other’s collections. You might find a new way to display something, or maybe even see something you did not know existed!

Today’s focus is on the collection of Will Rodgers. Will might possibly be the world’s biggest fan of the animated show Super Friends. His passion for the series runs so deep, that he has even written a couple of books on the subject.

Check out more about Will’s collection below!

The SuperFriends collection of Will Rodgers

DCCollectors: How did you get into collecting Super Friends merchandise and what was your first Super Friends toy/collectible?

Will Rodgers: It was the fall of 1977 when I first saw the SuperFriends on Saturday Morning. It was the All New SuperFriends Hour, the series that introduced the Wonder Twins for the first time. 

The first official SuperFriends item that I got was issue #10 of the SuperFriends Comic Book. The first unofficial SuperFriends items I got were the Mego Comic Action Superman and Robin figures at our local K Mart.

The next Comic Action Figure I got was Batman. After that, I was on the hunt for the Comic Action Wonder Woman figure, and lo and behold, when I got her, I also saw and acquired the Comic Action Aquaman figure in the same trip. 

After that, I was wanting Comic Action Figures of the Wonder Twins. Sadly though, Mego never made them since back in the 70’s, there was a regulation that prohibited toys that tied in to animated cartoons. Back then, the SuperFriends never had an official toyline. While Mego did have the license to produce DC Comics Super Heroes, but the Wonder Twins were Hanna Barbera characters, and there was no license for them. 

DCCollectors: How many pieces are in your collection?

Will Rodgers: Oh wow!! I had to do an inventory LOL!! I totaled up 223 pieces of the heroes, villains and sidekicks and pets who appeared on the SuperFriends from 1973-1985. When collecting the SuperFriends, there are 2 categories. 1: The official SuperFriends toylines like DC Direct and the Mego like figures by Figures Toy Company and DC Universe Classics since they have made figures of the Hanna Barbera created characters, namely the  Wonder Twins, Black Vulcan, Samurai, Apache Chief, and El Dorado  2: The DC Comics toylines that only have the DC Super Heroes and Villains who were in the comics and just happened to be on the cartoon series. This would include the original Megos, Comic Action and Pocket Super Heroes, and the 12 inch Megos. And of course, the Kenner Super Powers Toyline.

Regardless of whether you’re interested in collecting the heroes who were on the SuperFriends, or if you just happen to have them, if you have Superman, Batman (blue & grey costume), the classic Robin, Wonder Woman and the classic Aquaman (orange & green costume), then you have the five mainstays of the SuperFriends.

DCCollectors: If you could only choose one item to keep, which one would it be and why?

Will Rodgers: That’s actually a tough call for me to make. I love them all. But after giving it some thought, it would be narrowed down to either the Kenner Super Powers or the DC Direct SuperFriends Batman figure.  While I loved my Mego Batman figures as a kid, I loved the Super Powers & DC Direct SuperFriends versions more because I always liked Batman in the blue & grey costume and the blue shorts as opposed to the black shorts, since those were the colors of his costume on both the SuperFriends and the two Filmation cartoons.

When I began to collect the various Batman figures by Figures Toy Company, I also bought blue shorts from either classic TV Toys or Paul Clarke (Dr. Mego) to place on the Batman figures to give them the Filmation/Hanna Barbera look.

The SuperFriends collection of Will Rodgers

DCCollectors: If price did not matter, what is the one Super Friends item that you want to add to your collection?

Will Rodgers: I pretty much have most of what I want and I’m waiting for certain items that are in production (SuperFriends version of Hawkman by Figures Toy Company. I’ve put money aside so I’ll be ready to buy him once FTC has him in stock). But if price didn’t matter and if I had all the money in the world, I would pay handsomely to have certain toys and figures made that were never made by Mego, Super Powers, & the DC Direct SuperFriends line.

I could list them, but if I have to name one item, here it is. A few years ago, a company called Gentle Giant laser printed and made a few Kenner Super Powers figures in 12 inch form. I would have paid a handsome amount of money to have a 12 inch Super Powers figure of Aquaman to add to my collection. Unfortunately, Gentle Giant quit after making them, and I was hoping that they would have made Aquaman and Cyborg when the Justice League movie was released in 2017 and the standalone Aquaman movie in 2018. 

Also, if money and price were no object, I would have paid handsomely for DC Direct SuperFriends figures to continue. I would loved DC Direct SuperFriends figures of Hawkman, the rest of the Legion of Doom, Black Vulcan, Samurai, Apache Chief, El Dorado and definitely the Wonder Twins.

DCCollectors: Where did you find those awesome diorama pieces behind the Super Powers toys?

Will Rodgers: Last year, I stumbled upon a webpage that consisted of a papercraft of the Trouble Alert (or Troubalert) Computer in the Hall of Justice.  It contains blueprints that you can cut out, and put together.  I wished they would have had instructions, but fortunately, I got help from a fellow Super Powers customizer on how to put it together. 

This papercraft Trouble Alert was designed to put inside the Super Powers Hall of Justice playset. Believe it or not, the rest of the wall was put together myself with various color cardstock paper that I acquired from Hobby Lobby. It makes a great background for the smaller figures like Super Powers, the Mego Comic Action and Pocket Super Heroes and the DC Direct Pocket Heroes.

Oddly enough, I pose the DC Direct Pocket Heroes JLA Table & chairs with this wall. I also use this background when I photograph my FTC 8 inch figures, even though the background is not for those figures. I wish I could make a bigger version of this wall for the 8 inch figures, but I would not know how to make a bigger version of the Trouble Alert papercraft. 

Anyway, for those collectors who would like to add the Trouble Alert Computer to the Super Powers Hall of Justice playset, I’ve included the link below.

https://weirdfantastictoys.blogspot.com/2018/03/super-powers-papercraft-troubalert.html

DCCollectors: It appears you do not stray too far from the core Super Friends look when adding to your collection. Do you ever add other DC collectibles to your collection?

Will Rodgers: Yes I do. While the SuperFriends is my primary focus, I do collect a lot of DC Collectible figures. My collection goal is primarily motivated by DC Media, TV shows, movies, and animated series. Over the years, I have amassed a collection of figures from other DC shows like Batman: The Animated Series, Superman: The Animated Series, and Justice League Unlimited.

I have collected figures from the movies BUT I prefer the authentic movie masters style figures, and not the oddball variations. I have also collected action figures made from the Batman 1966 TV series.

If price didn’t matter, I would love to collect all the DC Collectibles figures made from Batman: The Animated Series and the 16 inch figures made by Hot Toys.

DCCollectors: What piece of advice do you have for those just starting their collections?

Will Rodgers: If you love to collect more than one category, choose the one you’re the most passionate about. In my case, it’s the SuperFriends, and budget your money. Put some money aside so you’ll have it when the right time to buy the right collectible presents itself. And most importantly, enjoy what you collect. And don’t be ashamed of your passion.

If you love collecting what you love, be proud of it. Don’t let anybody try to shame you or make you feel bad or weird about yourself because of what you love.

DCCollectors: Do you have an interesting story regarding the collection, such as meeting someone famous while shopping for your toys, or a super deal you got on something?

Will Rodgers: During my last semester of my senior year in college, I took a class called Theater in New York, and the week that we journeyed by bus to the Big Apple, I daydreamed about being the SuperFriends Collector. That’s because I’d heard of Danny Fuchs, America’s Foremost Superman Collector, and Joe Desris, Kevin Silva and Ralph Garman, who are major Batman collectors. Today, it feels like I’m making that dream come true.

Although 90% of my collection are action figures, I also have the complete 47 issue SuperFriends Comic Book series published by DC Comics from 1976-1981. I also have the complete SuperFriends series on DVD, meaning all 9 seasons, and all 208 episodes. Yes, Hanna Barbera produced that many shows in nearly a decade. 

My passion for the SuperFriends is tremendous. I still love watching the episodes. I’ve amassed quite a bit of knowledge over the years. With the help of a professional author and friend of mine, Billie Rae Bates, I wrote what was supposed to be one big book, but ended up being a pair of books called The Ultimate SuperFriends Companion. And to quote Billie Rae “I left no stone unturned” as I wanted to cover everything there is to know about the long running Hanna Barbera cartoon. It’s interesting to note that to this day, the SuperFriends is still THE longest running animated DC cartoon and has yet to be surpassed. 

Will and Shannon Farnon (Voice of Wonder Woman)

To conclude this question regarding celebrity meetings. In both volumes of my books, you will see my pics made with Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman so to speak. I was richly blessed to meet Shannon Farnon, the original and true fan favorite voice of Wonder Woman, who was so kind as to write a forward that is in both volumes. I met Dean Cain, who in an interview revealed he was a big fan of the SuperFriends when he was a kid. And finally, I got to meet one of my childhood idols, not once, but twice. I got to meet the late great Adam West, who took over voicing Batman in the last two seasons of the SuperFriends.

Adam West will always be MY Batman, not only because of the TV series and 1966 movie, but also from voicing over Batman for both Filmation and Hanna Barbera.

The Ultimate SuperFriends Companion Volume 1 The 1970’s and Volume 2 The 1980’s are both available on Amazon. You can purchase Volume 1 and Volume 2 from Amazon.

Check out an image gallery below, featuring Will’s SuperFriends collection.

If you would like to share your collection with DCCollectors’ readers, please visit the Contact Us page, and drop me a line! I would love to feature your DC toy collection here at DCCollectors.com!

OFFICIAL IMAGES OF BISHOUJO MERA FROM KOTOBUKIYA

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A few weeks ago Kotobukiya had their virtual convention to showcase their upcoming products, and one of those was this fantastic Bishoujo Mera statue. Now Kotobukiya has released an official press release, and an awesome image gallery showcasing the detailed sculpt!

Check out the press release and the image gallery below!

The highly-requested Mera finally joins the BISHOUJO series lineup!

Hobby manufacturing company, Kotobukiya (Tokyo, Japan), will release a BISHOUJO statue of Mera from DC Comics in March 2021.

The Beautiful and Noble Queen of Atlantis

With her appearance in the live-action film, this character has risen in popularity like never before! The highly-requested Mera finally joins the BISHOUJO series lineup!

Mera was beautifully rendered into the BISHOUJO style by BISHOUJO series illustrator Shunya Yamashita as she displays her Atlantean roots with her graceful yet dynamic pose and her long and glistening hair as it flows beautifully throughout.

With the expert hands of the sculptor, Munchkin, you will be sure to take notice of how life seems to surge in this sculpt to the very end of her fingertips and hair.

The bodysuit is also a must-see as it is recreated with a special paint that can be seen in various hues based on the lighting and angle!

Mera’s Hydrokinetic abilities are shown by the large wave of water swirling around her on the base and is finished with a light layer of pearl paint.

Be sure to add this figure that perfectly encompasses everything about Mera as a character to your collection.

Product Specifications

Product Name: DC COMICS MERA BISHOUJO STATUE
Size: around 245mm
SRP: $129.99 (plus tax)
Month of Release (in Japan): March 2021
Copyright: JUSTICE LEAGUE and all related characters and elements ? & ? DC Comics. (s20)

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About Kotobukiya:

Founded in 1953, Kotobukiya has grown into Japan’s #1 collector toy company, with a peerless reputation for quality and craftsmanship. The firm has developed a number of the world’s best-loved properties into exquisite collectible statues, figures, and kits that bring joy and value to fans the world over. You owe it to yourself to check out the superb offerings from Kotobukiya!

4 NEW DC MULTIVERSE FIGURES REVEALED BY MCFARLANE TOYS

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McFarlane Toys continue to impress with the latest look at four new upcoming DC Multiverse action figures. This time the wave is not focusing on one storyline, but giving us a little bit of variety.

The new figures include The Drowned, Superman: Red Son, Robin (Damian Wayne), and a Batman figure (I am not familiar with the comics this is from). from Dark Nights Metal.

Check out the images below, and look for these to hit in January of 2021.

We know you’re excited for this one. Latest wave is coming Jan 2021.

SUPERMAN: RED SON
BATMAN – DARK NIGHTS METAL
THE DROWNED
ROBIN – DAMIAN WAYNE

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ABOUT MCFARLANE TOYS:

Grammy-and Emmy-winning producer/director Todd McFarlane, creator of Spawn, is the creative force behind McFarlane Toys, one of America’s top action figure manufacturers. McFarlane Toys has become an industry leader, redefining the standards within the action figure market. For complete information on this pop-culture powerhouse, visit www.mcfarlane.com.

MCFARLANE TOYS REVEALS LAST KNIGHT ON EARTH DC MULTIVERSE FIGURES

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McFarlane Toys is at it again with a few new DC Multiverse reveals. This time, we are getting action figures based on the Batman: Last Knight on Earth story. The rumored Build-A figures is Bane.

Check out all the images below.

The newest Build-A (Last Knight on Earth) wave is coming to McFarlane Toys Feb 2021. Pre-orders will begin in November!

Batman: Last Knight on Earth – Wonder Woman
Batman: Last Knight on Earth – Omega
Batman: Last Knight on Earth – Batman

More information is coming in through a video Todd McFarlane just released… Apparently there will be a couple of versions of the Wonder Woman figure (one that comes with a Dr. Fate helmet).

If you aren’t familiar with the story, here is a little information to help you catch up…

Twenty years in the future, Bruce Wayne wakes up in Arkham Asylum. Young. Sane. And…he’s never been Batman. To piece together the mystery of his past, the Dark Knight embarks on a sprawling quest through this unknown world, meeting futuristic versions of former friends and enemies, including a grisly traveling companion–the Joker’s head. Somehow still alive, Joker’s decapitated head becomes Batman’s ghoulish guide through the landscape of the devastated DC Universe. But to unravel the cause of this terrible future, he’ll need to track down the unspeakable force that destroyed the world he once knew. This could be the last Batman story ever told…

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ABOUT MCFARLANE TOYS:

Grammy-and Emmy-winning producer/director Todd McFarlane, creator of Spawn, is the creative force behind McFarlane Toys, one of America’s top action figure manufacturers. McFarlane Toys has become an industry leader, redefining the standards within the action figure market. For complete information on this pop-culture powerhouse, visit www.mcfarlane.com.

NEW DIAMOND SELECT TOYS SOLICITATIONS FEATURE NEW DCEU STATUES

Diamond Select Toys has released their latest solicitations. You can expect to have these items in your hands in February of 2021. This is good news, because the DC Comics news coming from Diamond Select Toys has been sparse since DC Comics left Diamond.

Check out all of the new items below.

DC GALLERY COMIC BLACK ADAM PVC STATUE

Getting ready for his big-screen debut, Black Adam smashes his way out of the Shazam/Captain Marvel mythos and into the DC Gallery Diorama line of sculptures! Hovering above the ground with lightning crackling around him, this approximately 11-inch sculpture of Teth-Adam features a removable cape, and is made of high-quality PVC with detailed sculpting and paint applications. It comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed and sculpted by Alterton!

In Shops: Feb 24, 2021
SRP: $49.99

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DC GALLERY MAN OF STEEL KRYPTON SUPERMAN PVC STATUE

Look, up in the sky! Superman appears to hover above the ground in this new deco of a popular classic! Wearing his all-black outfit from Man of Steel, this approximately 12-inch sculpture is made of high-quality PVC, and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. It comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Joe Menna, sculpted by Rocco Tartamella!

In Shops: Feb 24, 2021
SRP: $49.99

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DC GALLERY WONDER WOMAN 1984 PVC STATUE

Bulletproof and beautiful, the star of Wonder Woman 1984 strides off the screen, deflecting bullets off of her magic bracelets. Bearing the likeness of actress Gal Gadot, this approximately 9-inch sculpture is made of high-quality PVC and features detailed sculpting and paint applications. It comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Alejandro Pereira!

In Shops: Feb 24, 2021
SRP: $49.99

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About Diamond Select Toys:

Diamond Comic Distributors, Inc., the parent company of Diamond Select Toys, was established in 1982 to provide comic book specialty retailers with wholesale, non-returnable comic books and related merchandise. After more than 20 years of service, Diamond has emerged as the world’s largest distributor of English-language versions of these items, with a network of strategically located distribution centers throughout the world. Diamond’s huge selection of quality products encompasses a broad range of properties and genre. This company truly offers “something for everybody”!

MCFARLANE TOYS ANNOUNCES YET ANOTHER BATMAN VARIANT FIGURE

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Another day, and yet another generic variant from McFarlane Toys in the DC Multiverse line. The company has announced a Target exclusive Batman: White Knight “Red” Variant Batman figure. The original figure was released back in June, and now it seems a variant will be coming soon as well.

I thought this was McFarlane Toys, not Funko. Honestly this coupled with a Bronze Joker, and upcoming Bronze Batman, and more… has really cooled my interest in this line. That along with the issues finding these figures in store has me a bit bummed.

In any case, we are getting another DC Multiverse figure. Not sure when this one will be released, but keep an eye out on your local Target to see if you get this one.

ABOUT MCFARLANE TOYS:

Grammy-and Emmy-winning producer/director Todd McFarlane, creator of Spawn, is the creative force behind McFarlane Toys, one of America’s top action figure manufacturers. McFarlane Toys has become an industry leader, redefining the standards within the action figure market. For complete information on this pop-culture powerhouse, visit www.mcfarlane.com.