All four Arrowverse shows are well represented by the new DC Collectibles action figures
When you’re watching your favorite Arrowverse shows, do you ever wish you could just pick up a few miniature versions of the heroes and villains, and just act out your own adventures? Or do you just need a few new trophies to decorate your desk? Either way, you’re in luck, as DC Collectibles has officially unveiled a new batch of action figures based on characters from Supergirl, Arrow, The Flash, and DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.
Technically, the figures will be unveiled to the public next week at San Diego Comic-Con, but TV Insider got a sneak peek. All of the figures are approximately 6.75 inches tall, in line with prior DC Collectibles figures.
Up first is Arrow, which is adding two new characters who actually have their own titular shows (though one was sadly canceled): John Constantine and Vixen.
The Constantine figure is from a sculpt by Chris Dahlberg and comes with six alternate hands, including one with flames. Vixen has four alternate hands and was sculpted by Majid Esmaeili. Both figures will be available in May 2017:
The Flash is only adding one new figure to its line, but it’s a good one. A new Zoom figure by sculptor Eric Sosa sports a whopping eight alternate hands and will also be available in May 2017:
DC’s Legends of Tomorrow gets three exciting new additions: Hawkgirl, Firestorm, and Atom. Hawkgirl is based on a sculpt by Steve Kiwus, and boasts a 13-inch wingspan (with wings that open and close), four alternate hands, and her famous mace. Firestorm includes five alternate hands, including two with flames and one shooting a fireball, two different heads (one flaming and one normal), and is sculpted by Chris Dahlberg and Paul Harding. The Atom comes with a huge line of accessories, including six alternate hands and four weapon blasts, and is from a sculpt by Paul Harding. Hawkgirl and Firestorm will be out in February 2017, with the Atom to follow later in the year:
Finally, Supergirl will see its first action figures in the form of Kara Zor-El herself and her compatriot, Martian Manhunter. The Supergirl figure is a bit of a disappointment, as the sculpt by Adam Ross and James Marsano doesn’t do Melissa Benoist any justice, but that could change before production begins; the figure includes four alternate hands. Martian Manhunt, based on a sculpt by Dave Cortes, includes four alternate hands, as well. Both figures will be on sale in May 2017: