McFarlane DC Multiverse 7-inch action figures landing at B&M Stores for just £12.99 each
I took a trip to my local B&M Home Store today on the back of reports of new DC Multiverse McFarlane figures landing in the toy aisle.
The reports were confirmed with a shelf relatively well stocked with DC Multiverse figures priced at just £12.99 each. The assortment included Gotham Knights Nightwing, Hazmat Suit Batman, Reverse-Flash, Power Suit Lex Luthor, and Superboy-Prime. These are stickered as imported stock from HEO in Germany rather than the UK distributor of Bandai?
Other items that caught my eye included the Hasbro 3.75-inch Marvel figures at £7.99. Some retro Masters of the Universe figures of He-Man and Skeletor down to £11.99. And some more of those Big Chief Bobblehead Daleks, now in a larger size - pick between a New Series Bronze Dalek and Black Daleks Sec.
As it is next door, I also nipped into Smyths Toys - wich didn't have anything new as such. The Marvel Legends are now inclusive of Thor: Love & Thunder, while any of the older What If? figures are being sold off via discount - I found Captain Carter at £15 and Nebula at £10. Star Wars Black Series is up to the Bib Fortuna wave.
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