Following the announcements that NECA and WizKids were venturing into the realm of Blackest Night for its DC HeroClix line, the companies are now donning their shades for Brightest Day, with announcements of Aquaman and Osiris figures.

The DC HeroClix Brightest Day Action Pack, available October 2010, is the follow-up product to the highly acclaimed DC HeroClix BlackestNightStarter Game. Tying in with DC Comics hit Brightest Day year-long series, the DC HeroClix Brightest Day Action Pack includes seven highly detailed HeroClix 3D figures ripped directly from the pages of the Brightest Day comic, plus an all-new, double-sided HeroClix map.

via NECA and WizKids


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  1. What is HeroClix? I just see another series of Superhero toys that I will not be able to let my 3 and 4 year old play with. I guess if the comics are not meant for then than neither are the toys.

    At least they have a few Batman Imaginexts.

    • Tria Guardian on

      Heroclix is a minature figures game, the “clix” part of the name because (as of the original sets as I do not have any recent ones) due to a clicking dial in the stand that had it’s powers, damage, etc.

      The figures also double as a great figure representation for tabletop RP games (if you’re using a superhero campaign anyway).

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