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The Suicide Squad 5 pack hits McFarlane’s online shop

Pre-orders have begun for a special 5 pack, collecting McFarlane Toys’ new The Suicide Squad action figures, complete with a bloody King Shark.

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McFarlane Toys now has an online shop all to itself, so fans can buy (and pre-order) directly from the company. In an age where collecting toy lines can be challenging at times, that’s a particularly nice development.

But it’s not all items that you can get elsewhere, as the shop does offer up some exclusives. Chief among those are the 5 packs. Already posted is a Last Knight on Earth pack, which is stuffed with that entire line, including the chunky Bane. And now there’s another, with The Suicide Squad.

Decidedly more colorful than the Last Knight pack, The Suicide quad box set includes the full wave of figures from the movie, plus an already-assembled King Shark. There’s a kicker to that one too, in that KS is an exclusive: he’s got a bloody mouth that the regular build-a-figure version doesn’t.

In total, and aside from the King, you get Harley Quinn, Peacemaker, Bloodsport, and the fan-favorite Polka-Dot Man. Each figure in the collection is sculpted in a 7″ scale, and has the new Ultra-Articulation. That means these ain’t statues, and each one sport 22 points of articulation. The King actually has a little added feature too, in that his mouth opens and closes for nom-noms.

There’s actually more exclusive elements to the pack too. It comes packed in a unique, collector-friendly box and has some cool trading cards. While McFarlane single-boxed DC figures come with cards already, these are special art cards, including even King Shark. So there’s some neat stuff happening here.

The pack is limited in availability however, so if you do want one, the earlier the better for that pre-order. It’s priced in at $124.99 USD, and is expected to ship in December.

About Jason Micciche

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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