In a mere matter of hours, San Diego Comic-Con will open the floor to hundreds of thousands of fans hungry to be the first to feast their eyes on an insane array of exclusive collectibles. And when that Con floor does open, three of those coveted exclusives will be on display at the DC Collectibles booth.
All part of the high quality DC Icons line, the figures stand six inches tall, and come with multiple points of articulation, accessories, and more.
First up we have "Death in the Family" Joker, from the controversial storyline by writer Alan Moore. He comes with interchangeable hands, a Tommy gun, and a crowbar. YIKES.
This Joker is designed by Ivan Reis, and sculpted by Joe Menna.
Then there's Firestorm, who looks pretty different in comic styles than his TV counterpart. This is the "Justice League" version, and featured interchangeable hands, and power blasts. Same, Firestorm. Same.
This one is also designed by Reis, and sculpted by Paul Harding, by the way.
And finally there's "Mosaic" Green Lantern John Stewart, also designed by Reis with sculpting by Harding. He comes with interchangeable hands & forearms, Energy constructs and a Power battery.
All three figures are due in stores in May, 2016, with a suggested price of $25. So... When does that Con floor open again?