At the DC Collectibles panel, the company announced a number of new items that are coming our way in 2012 and 2013.  Some we already know about (the Batman statue by Jock), but others are a bit of a surprise (the 12-inch Darksied).

Justice League action figures
New 52 Darkseid 12-inch deluxe

This thing looks phenomenal!  Can not wait for November 2012.

Straight from the pages of DC Comics-The New 52 comes a brand new take on one of the Justice League’s most powerful villains–Darkseid! This Apokaliptic conqueror will crush all who oppose him–so start building your defenses today!

“We Can Be Heroes” figure 7-pack based on the famine relief campaign, with proceeds going to Famine Relief in Africa.

3 3/4″ Line

This is the new line announced earlier this week.
Kyle Rayner & Kilowog (SDCC Exclusive)

John Stewart & Atrocitus (NYCC Exclusive)

Those are the only sets announced right now, but the rumor is the series may break out of the convention only exclusives if the Kyle Rayner and Kilowog set sells out at this week’s show.



Batman w/EMP Rifle

Bane Winter Battle – November 2012

New 52 Busts

Superman & Wonderwoman (September and October 2012)

Shazam & Supergirl (December 2012)

DC Cover Girls Line

Wonder Woman & Catwoman (August and October 2012)

Poison Ivy (TBD)

New 52 Harley (October 12)

Batman Black & White statues World Premiere

Batman Beyond by Dustin Nguyen (November 2012)

Terry McGinnis makes his triumphant return as the Dark Knight of the future in this timeless addition to the “Batman: Black and White” line of collectables. Based on designs by the talented Dustin Nguyen, the monochromatic tones of this elegant statue make this a must-have for any Bat-fan.
Statue measures 8.2” high x 4.5” wide x 4.5” deep.

  • Batman Darwyn Cooke (TBD)
  • Batman by Jock (August 2012)
  • Joker by Brian Bolland (September 2012)


I also heard there was going to be a Superman line based on the Batman Black & White series, which is kind of bothersome for me, because I’m running out of shelf space for all these statues.

via DC Comics images from Action Figure Insider


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