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Loads of new DC figures up for pre-order from McFarlane

DC Comics fans will have a ton of new figures to choose from this year, as McFarlane Toys has revealed a chunk of new characters that are on the way.

Heroes and monsters

If you love DC Comics, McFarlane is seriously delivering right now. Actually, the toy-maker is delivering pretty well on all of its licenses, but the DC stuff is taking center stage right now, as it’s a big part of McFarlane’s ‘Toy Fair’ reveals.

And when I say “big”, I mean it. This past weekend, McFarlane took the wraps off of two new Megafigs, which are jumbo-sized action figures representing larger characters. So they’re bigger than the usual collection of offerings from the company, but in-scale with the 7″ nonetheless.

This time around McFarlane introduced the world to both Man-Bat and Killer Croc (who looks to be styled after the Arkham series of video games). The pair are massive, look to be super-detailed and should be well-articulated, as again they’re in line with the DC Multiverse series.

Both figures are priced at $39.99 USD, and are ready for pre-order now from most online retailers.

And on the smaller side…

While those are the jumbo offerings, McFarlane will have a new assortment of standard-sized DC Multiverse figures out as well in the months to come. Those include Ghost-Maker (from Future State), The Batman of Earth -22 (The Batman Who Laughs in mid-transformation), Duke Thomas as Batman (from Tales from the Dark Multiverse), and a Joker Dragon.

Yes, the Joker Dragon. From Dark Knights Metal. They actually made it, and it’s a “vehicle”, not a figure, so other figures can ride it. Insanity.

Like the Megafigs, all of the above will be out and in stores later this year, and can be pre-ordered right now. Best start making room on the old toy shelves.

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