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McFarlane’s monstrous new wave of DC Multiverse figures focuses on Blackest Night

One of the biggest Green Lantern-themed stories in recent years, Blackest Night is the latest focal point for McFarlane Toys’ DC Multiverse line.

In brightest day

An event quite a while in the making, Blackest Night made good on a Lantern prophesy. The crossover event made a single line in the Corps’ oath mean much more than previously thought, and threatened the totality of the DCU.

Blackest Night introduced DC fans to the living embodiment of death, Nekron, and his Black Lantern corps. GL villain Black Hand was a central part of the story as well, and so were the dead that he rose, many of whom were formerly DC heroes. And that brings us to the newest wave of DC Multiverse action figures from McFarlane Toys.

Just detailed, the new wave takes on Blackest Night, featuring a selection of undead heroes, as well as Lantern Kyle Rayner and the massive Atrocitus. The Red Lantern commander is the build-a-figure for the set, so you’ll need all 4 of the individual figures to assemble him.

All of the above are sculpted in the 7″ scale, with 22 points of articulation. As with the line on the whole, each also includes a display base, and appropriate accessories. With this specific wave, those (accessories) are few and far between, since the undead don’t really have a lot going on in that area.

One note of interest though, is that Deathstorm comes with the White Lantern. For any fan of the story, that’s a pretty big inclusion.

Pre-orders are live for the full wave now, via various online storefronts. That includes our sponsors over at Entertainment Earth. Hit the links above to check them out there, and you can expect the Blackest Night wave to ship out some time this August.

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