Diamond Select Toys has released even more toys to the direct market this week, including action figures, statues, and more!

Avatar The Last Airbender Action Figures Series 1
A Diamond Select Toys release! This assortment of 7-inch scale action figures shines a spotlight on Season 3 of the hit animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. Aang, Katara and Zuko each come with accessories and interchangeable parts, and each comes packaged in the famous Select action figure packaging. Designed by Eamon O’Donoghue, sculpted by Richard Force. (#AUG192718, SRP: $19.99/ea.)
https://shop.diamondselecttoys.com/avatar-last-airbender-action-figures-series-1-asst

Marvel Movie Gallery Avengers Endgame War Machine PVC Diorama
A Diamond Select Toys release! From the ashes of Endgame, rises an all-new PVC Diorama for the Marvel Gallery line! James Rhodes takes aim in his War Machine armor in this approximately 10-inch diorama. Crafted in high-quality PVC, with detailed sculpting and paint applications, it comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios. (#JUL192668, SRP: $49.99)
https://shop.diamondselecttoys.com/marvel-movie-gallery-avengers-endgame-war-machine-pvc-diorama-2

Marvel Movie Gallery Captain Marvel Starforce PVC Diorama
A Diamond Select Toys release! Captain Marvel goes higher, faster and farther in this new Marvel Gallery PVC Diorama! The star of the Captain Marvel movie throws a power-packed punch as she takes on the Skrulls in this new approximately 9-inch sculpture. Featuring detailed sculpting and paint, and cast in high-quality plastic, the diorama comes packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios. (#APR192535, SRP: $49.99)
https://shop.diamondselecttoys.com/marvel-movie-gallery-captain-marvel-starforce-pvc-diorama

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