Get ya wallets out: DC Collectibles just announced new statues and action figures ahead of Comic-Con International: San Diego.
The reveals include a statue series based on Aquaman, an expansion of Batman: The Animated Series line, and the addition of new artists to the DC Artists Alley designer vinyl collection. New character additions are also planned for several of DC Collectibles’ most popular action figure and statue lines, including DC Bombshells, Batman: Black & White, DC Essentials, and more.
DC Collectibles will release three new statues based on character appearances in the upcoming Aquaman film. Jason Momoa’s Aquaman, Amber Heard’s Mera, and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II’s Black Manta will be re-imagined as individual 12-inch sculptures. The statues will be available in November.
New characters join the Batman: The Animated Series (BTAS) action figure line and the company’s first-ever Batcycle will be available for the first time. Scaled for 67-inch action figures, the Batcycle measures 9.25-inches long and includes a variety of light-up features and two free-spinning wheels that enable the bike to turn. DC Collectibles will also release new individual BTAS action figures next year, including Two-Face, Gray Ghost, H.A.R.D.A.C., and Scarecrow.
In addition to new BTAS action figures, DC Collectibles will also debut 6-inch action figures based on the Justice League animated series that aired from 2001 to 2004. The Justice League animated figures will be available exclusively for members of the DC Universe digital subscription service beginning this fall.
Two new popular artists—Joe Ledbetter and Chrissie Zullo— are joining the DC Artists Alley line. Both artists will bring their unique art style to the DC Universe, re-imagining some of DC’s most iconic characters as 7-inch designer vinyl figures. Ledbetter, known for his distinct bold lines and vibrant palette, will put his signature spin on Batman, Penguin, Catwoman and Robin. Zullo will debut her dreamy and whimsical transformations of Batgirl, Hawkgirl, Supergirl and Wonder Woman.
Ledbetter and Zullo’s DC Artists Alley figures will follow the 2018 designer vinyls illustrated by Chris Uminga, HaiNaNu “Nooligan” Saulque and Sho Murase. Fans attending SDCC can pick up the convention exclusive of Uminga’s DC Artists Alley Batman figure in three different variant editions at the Entertainment Earth Booth #2343, or pre-order the figures online here.
Next year, DC Collectibles will release a new Bat-Family Multi-Part Statue featuring Batman, Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing, and Red Hood. The statue set includes the same versatile bases as the New Teen Titans Multi-Part Statue set that debuts in August. Fans can display one or a few of their favorite Bat-Family characters independently, or the bases fit perfectly together to create one cohesive image. Batman is the first character to hit shelves in March and the remaining characters will be released throughout the year.
As if there isn’t enough exciting news, there are more releases slated for next year. Additional releases in 2019 include a Batman: Black & White Batman statue based on Batman: White Knight artwork by Sean Murphy, new DC Essentials action figures, and new character additions to the DC Bombshells and DC Cover Girls statue lines.
Take a closer look at the lineup below:
Aquaman Movie statues:
- Black Manta
DC Artists Alley Designer Vinyls:
- Joe Ledbetter: Batman, Penguin, Catwoman, Robin
- Chrissie Zullo: Batgirl, Hawkgirl, Supergirl, Wonder Woman
- Batman: The Animated Series action figures: Two-Face, Gray Ghost, H.A.R.D.A.C., Scarecrow, Batcycle & AF set
- Justice League animated series action figures: Batman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern John Stewart, Hawkgirl, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, Superman
Bat-Family Multi-Part Statue Set:
- Red Hood
Batman: Black & White Statues:
- Batman by Sean Murphy
- Batman by Klaus Janson
DC Essentials Action Figures:
- The Joker
- Harley Quinn
DC Bombshells Statues:
- Big Barda
DC Cover Girls by Joëlle Jones:
DC Designer Series Statues:
- Green Lantern statue by Ivan Reis