The great Walmart experiment continues.
It’s a way of life!!
Amid flying rumors all day, it’s been confirmed that DC Entertainment has undergone a huge reorganization, with three VPs laid off and DC Collectibles removed to Consumer Products.
Unlike the first wave of the DC Artist Alley line which had the “cute and creepy” styling of artist Chris Uminga, the newest one has instilled Nooligan’s signature look, which takes heavily from cartoons, movies, golden age comics, and classic newspaper strips. The final product not only does justice to the iconic characters of Batman, The Joker, and Harley Quinn, but also showcases Nooligan’s unique interpretation.
Based on the current Rebirth designs of Jason Fabok and sculpted by Paul Harding, all four of these DC Essentials figures come highly detailed and with 21-points of articulation. As the DC website states, “DC Essentials is a line of 6.75 inch action figures based on DC characters with universal appeal, accessible to both long-time collectors and those just starting out.” For this month, DC Collectibles have given us Superman, Aquaman, Brainiac, and Black Manta.
UPDATE: The images have been removed at the request of Warner Bros. The images were leaked early on the DC Collectibles YouTube page. With SDCC right around the corner, expect the Aquaman film to have a major presence at the convention with the bevy of Aquaman related Exclusives. Last month, Entertainment Weekly unveiled some set […]
The line-up of figures includes the full original team plus Aquaman.
Holy Collectible Variants, Batman!
Toy Fair is tomorrow and already the toy news is under way. Just ahead of the show, DC Collectibles has unveiled some of the products to look forward to later in the year. A Joker statue from Academy Award winning and legendary makeup artist Rick Baker and some of the new characters that debuted in […]
Since DC launched their line of female statuettes in 2013, the line has found great popularity among consumers. Inspired initially by artist Ant Lucia’s take on the ladies of DC as 1940’s pinups, the DC Bombshells line now boasts more than twenty female heroines and villainesses. They have even found their way into a couple […]