McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse SDCC 2020 Reveals
Today McFarlane Toys has revealed a number of figures for their growing DC Multiverse and I have to say these are the best looking figures in the line to date!
They have revealed:
- Teen Titans Animated Cyborg
- Azrael In Batman Armor from Batman: Curse of the White Knight
- Rebirth Joker
- Rebirth Flash
- Flashpoint Batman
- Batman Arkham Knight Batman
- Batman Arkham Origins Deathstroke
- Dark Knight Metal The Merciless BAF Wave
- The Flash vs Red Death Two-Pack
- Nightwing vs Red Hood Two-Pack
It’s great that McFarlane Toys are starting to really expand their DC Multiverse figures and I have to say all these figures look absolutely fantastic! I’m also really stoked that they are starting to do build a figure waves and the one in the Dark Knight Metal wave is a doozy and it looks incredible.
I don’t know much about Dark Knight Metal but I have to say I really love the look of all the figures in that wave. The Merciless figures look fantastic and I love the inclusion of three heads so you can build all three of them. I really love the evil sinister-looking Superman and the Batman Who Laughs with wings figure looks outstanding!
At the moment it’s unclear in what other waves the figures will come in as McFarlane Toys tend to mix some of their waves with TV, Comics and Movie figures. I really do love the look of the Flashpoint Batman and the Arkham Knight Batman and Arkham Origins Deathstroke look fantastic! I really love the design of the Rebirth Joker too. It’s great to see that the Animated Teen Titans series is getting some love with the Cyborg figure, I hope we see the rest of the team down the line.
I’m really impressed with the Two-Packs too and both of them look fantastic and I would really love to get both of these especially The Red Hood and Nightwing two-pack. I should mention that all these figures are scheduled to be released later this year.
I really love the direction McFarlane Toys are taking with their DC Multiverse line and I hope to see these on Smyths Toy Store shelves later this year in the UK.