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DC Direct’s statue line lives on from McFarlane Toys

We’ve known that the semi-defunct DC Direct’s various statue series’ were going to be picked up by McFarlane for a while now. Here’s the proof.

Master license

You likely know that McFarlane Toys currently owns the premier DC Comics toy line. The switch from Mattel took place in early 2020, and has seen some stellar stuff from McFarlane land at retail since. Well, that is to say it did after the first wave or two.

But along with that, came word that DC Direct’s various lines would be picked up by McFarlane as well. So, in other words, McF would be bringing that other company’s designs to life (and retail). In terms of action figures, we’ve seen that already, with a number of action figures hitting pre-order. But there were no statues, dioramas, or anything else.

That’s to say, til now. Today McFarlane announced a trio of pieces, each one carrying on with one of DC Direct’s biggest and best loved lines. Those include the “Court of Owls” Batmonster in the Batman Black & White line, Harley Quinn from Bombshells, and Poison Ivy from DC Covergirls.

The Batmonster stands in at 7″ tall, features the art of Greg Capullo, and is priced in at $99.99 USD. Starring the art of Frank Cho, Poison Ivy is the same price point, but stands a little bigger at 10″. Harley on the other hand, well she’s a little bit pricier, at $249.99. Then again though, she’s also 13 & 1/2″ in height.

All three are set to ship out in August of this year, and are up for pre-order via various online shops (and presumably your local comics shop). If you’d like to order up from our sponsors at Entertainment Earth, you can do so through the links below.

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