McFarlane Toys Announces DC Comics License

With Toy Fair just around the corner, McFarlane Toys announced today that they’ve entered into a licensing deal with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to produce collectibles based on the DC Universe of characters.

The three-year licensing deal will begin in 2020, with McFarlane Toys set to release 6 inch to 12 inch ultra-posable action figures and accessories.

No further details are available at this point in time, but it’s exciting news for fans and collectors alike.

Source: IGN.com

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Superman2878
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I wonder how these figures will look. I hope that they don’t look too serious like the spawn figures. Even the action figures of those heroes look a bit scary.

Randarch
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Very interested in seeing how these turn out. I agree with Supes2878. I hope they aren’t too serious or mean looking.

Kal-Ed
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I always thought that Mcfarlane Toys should get into the game of producing DC licensed products. I guess synchronicity works in strange ways. And guys should they produce figures that are a little serious, my gut says they will go something along the the lines of either their supernatural or horror characters like Constantine, Etrigan, Swamp Thing, or even Darkseid. And maybe a little bit of The Dark Knight Returns, Kingdom Come, Arkham Asylum from here and there. We could be lucky and have a highly detailed Doomsday figure fighting Superman diorama. And then again..the real figure I always wanted… Read more »

Kal L
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Kal L

Looking forward to a Movie Masters line from them, and some seriously wicked sculpts and articulation. But what i want most is an animated line in the Style of Young justice/DC Direct movies. Phil Bourassa art style.

Mattel over the years did a great job, and I’m grateful to own many of the figures they released. Lets hope they can come back stronger in the future.