DC Multiverse Figures
We will work out way through the following list over the next day or so. But the Mattel Multiverse is expanding, with the following figures & series on display (list via ToyArk.com)
Justice League Action – Power Connects Figures
Justice League Action – Figures Assortment
Batman – Black and Gold
Twin Blast Batmobile
Wonder Woman Movie – DC Multiverse 6″ Figures
Diana of Themyscira
Ares – Collect n Connect Figures
DC Multiverse 6″ Figures – Bat Mech Suit Wave
The Atom (TV Series)
Duke Thomas – Robin
Batman – All Black Suit with Wings
Bat Mech Suit Collect n Connect Figure
DC Multiverse 6″ Figures – Clayface Wave
Jessica Cruz – Green Lantern
Martian Manhunter (TV Series)
Clayface – Collect n Connect Figure
DC Multiverse 6″ Figures – King Shark Wave
Hawkman (TV Series)
Joker (Dark Knight comic)
Batgirl of Burnside
Batman (Jim gordon
King Shark – Collect n Connect
Earth 2 Flash (TV Series)
Wonder Woman Movie Dolls
DC Super Hero Girls Items
Animated Style Robin Figure (Seen in the dio)
My particular favourites are the BAF Clay Face and the added CW figures like The Atom
Remote Control Batmobile (Justice League)
While we may have to wait until the end of 2017 to see the new Batmobile on the big screen in Justice League, Mattel have unveiled this fantastic 6" scale Remote Control version at Toy Fair.
This is not your run of the mill RC toy as it comes with a bunch of tricked out features.
It stands nearly 6 inches high, and is nearly 2 foot long. It comes with functioning lights and sound fx, with the engine sound getting louder the faster you drive it. There are Gatling guns on the front which swivel in the direction you steer. And there is a jump mode where the chassis lifts up to simulate the car taking off.
In the cockpit is a permanently fixed 6" scale Batman with his hands on the wheel, and the wheel and Batman actually steer as you pilot the Batmobile remotely. It even emits smoke from the exhaust as you drive.
There is a mini-camera in the cockpit which gives a first person perspective and can link into an associated smartphone app. From the app you can see the perspective from the cockpit as you drive. There are also added FX on the app where you can see the rockets and tracer fire on screen.
In the US this will all set you back $250, which for me is a great price considering that this is still cheaper than the Hasbro AT-ACT we got at Christmas which had a lot fewer features. Expect that to translate to around £220 here in the UK.