The San Diego Comic Con is a time when collectors of fandom merchandise can really let their hair down and indulge in their passion for collecting. Every year we get some incredible releases previewed just at the con and this year DC Collectibles have showcased a full range of items that should be coming our way very soon.
The Comic Con attendees got the first look at some of these new additions to DC Collectibles wide range of products (which in the past have included Jim Lee busts and some brand new Harley Quinn statues) and now Geek is able to share them with you.
Starting out we can see a prototype of Killer Croc and Baby Doll from series 3 of The New Batman Adventures. A prototype Batgirl can be seen behind Killer Croc. These figures when finished will go great with the already confirmed new versions of Batman and his rogue’s gallery from the Batman Animated Series figures.
There is a collection of figures all based on the artwork of Greg Capullo’s Batman series. The line-up for this collection includes Batman in a robot suit in a fierce battle with Mr. Freeze and a superbly menacing sculpt of Two-Face.
Batman: Arkham Knight has its own figures including the likes of Harley Quinn, Batman and Scarecrow.
Keeping with Batman we have a New 52 version of Poison Ivy which has a base that has her green foliage sprawling out of it.
An eclectic array of other figures and statues join the DC Collectible family. Some examples include DC versions of Scribblenauts, a striking Shazam statue, Superman statue from The Man of Steel comic and another collectible Batman: Black and White statue (this time from artist Francis Manapul).
Last but certainly not least, DC give us another line of Bombshell statues which include some World War 2 inspired versions of popular DC characters like Hawkgirl, Lois Lane and Zatanna. These excellent sculpts join the Supergirl Bombshell statue which came out last year.
The San Diego Comic-Con is always full of surprises, so we can expect to see more DC announcements throughout the con as well as other toy companies showing us their new lines. For more news on SDCC 2014 be sure to check out Geek and keep abreast of the Comic-Con situations and breaking news as it arrives.
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Photo Credits: Chris Tansuche