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Doom Eternal collectible figure line coming up from Numskull

Looks like pop-culture-minded folks at Numskull are branching out. The company has announced an awesome lineup of Doom Eternal figures.

Cue the music (and fist bump)

Aside from bringing the brand back from the brink in terms of games, Bethesda and id Software’s reboot of Doom has resulted in a cornucopia of… stuff. Thanks to Doom (2016) there’s just about every angle of Doom-flavored collectible out there, and that includes action figures.

There was even a Doom Slayer figure, meant to resemble the in-game collectible items. But while that was a one-off item, Numskull is absolutely running with the ball. Take a peek at the latest Doom series of toys – The DOOM Collectible Figurine line.

Wave 1 of the above figures will include those featured in the four standalone images that you see. This isn’t a line of mini-statues either, as they’ll all (well, most of them) feature limited articulation. Obviously the Slayer himself will be included in the initial volley, but you’ll also see fan-favorite baddies like the Cacodemon, Arachnotron, and Imp.

But there’s much more to come. As you can see in the group shot, Numskull has big plans for this line. Wave 1 will debut around July of this year, with subsequent releases timed for throughout the rest of the year and into 2022.

Those look a little something like this:

  • Pinky and Revenant – August 2021
  • Archvile and Baron of Hell – October 2021
  • Mancubus and Hell Knight – December 2021
  • Marauder and Soldier – February 2022.

While there a ways to go for some of these, you can actually pre-order all of them today. All of the above, and much more, are available at Numskulls’s official site here. Each one is priced in at $39.99 USD. Additionally, I’ve seen them pop up at other online toy retailers, though for a bit more in the cash department. Just so you’re aware.

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Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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