DC Collectibles Reveals Entire Toy Fair Line-Up: Exclusive

Batman, Superman and more anchor new action figure and collectibles lines.

This weekend Toy Fair will be in full swing in New York City, showing off the latest and greatest action figures and collectibles to potential big-store buyers and press. And just like in the cineplex, one of the biggest markets for toys is superheroes; none bigger than DC Entertainment. That’s why we’re pleased to present, exclusively, the entire DC Collectibles line being shown off at Toy Fair, right here, right now.

Though you won’t see figures from the DC based movies (so sorry, no sneak peeks at “Batman vs. Superman“), you will get high-end collectibles based on or inspired by the comics, animation and games from DC Entertainment’s many, many properties. This year, new lines and collectibles include:

View All of DC Collectible’s 2014 Toy Fair Line-Up Here!

» Figures from the many venerated “Batman” animated series, including Catwoman, Two Face, Mr. Freeze, and the Dark Knight himself.

» Several figures based on current “Batman” artist Greg Capullo’s new look for the characters, including the Red Hood, Batman in giant “Thrasher” armor, and more.

» A line based on the upcoming “Son of Batman” animated feature.

» Figures from DC’s digital comic “Batman: Li’l Gotham.”

» Blocky wood figures of Batman and Superman.

» A new porcelain doll of Death, from Vertigo’s “The Sandman.”

» Figures based on the current comic book continuity Supergirl, Batgirl, and Nightwing.

» Direct from the new video game “Infinite Crisis,” 6″ action figures of Harley Quinn, Atomic Green Lantern, and Poison Ivy, among others.

And if all that wasn’t enough, there’s also a new line of (Bat)man Cave items, including a Super-Villain Poker set, Dart Board and pool cues. There’s plenty more to check out, so take a look at our photo gallery for all the items.

The figures and collectibles will be released throughout 2014, and will be viewable this weekend at Toy Fair in New York. Stay tuned to MTV News for plenty more coverage of the event.


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