DC Collectibles 6" Justice League Animated Series DC Universe Exclusive Figures Up For Pre-Order

by Jay Cochran
September 14, 2018
For those who have or plan to join the DC Universe streaming service from DC Comics, you can now pre-order the upcoming 6" Justice League Animated Series figures being released by DC Collectibles. You can pre-order the entire set which includes Superman, Batman, Hawkgirl, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Flash, Martian Manhunter and Jon Stewart Green Lantern for $194 or get them individually for $28 each.

On September 15, DC Universe members can watch the entire Justice League animated series and then head over to the Shop tab on the DC Universe app to purchase Batman, Wonder Woman, Superman and more of their favorite characters from the show in 3D form. Here is the official release schedule:

- Batman, Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl will be available to purchase at launch and ship in September
- Aquaman and Wonder Woman will be available to pre-order at launch, to ship in October
- The Flash and Superman will be available to pre-order at launch, to ship in November

You can check them out here, but you do have to join the DC Universe before you can purchase them.
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LimitedEdition - 2018-09-22 @ 6:04 pm
16 hours ago, dchimpy said:

The hard part to swallow is buying the sub and then the figures are about $28 each. The only way they're $25 is if you buy all eight at once. Seems like you should get a discount if you buy the sub, sort of a reward/incentive for signing up. Seems silly not to makes these a mass market release.

No these cartoon styled toys with minimal articulation should be closer to a $12-$15 price point.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-22 @ 5:26 am

I never really got into this show while it was on so maybe thats why I don't see the appeal as much as the Batman Animated series figures. I just never could get used to the slight design choices and alterationsthey made to Batman and Superman.

dchimpy - 2018-09-22 @ 1:27 am
4 hours ago, LimitedEdition said:

Well worth the investment. Do you see that articulation ?

The hard part to swallow is buying the sub and then the figures are about $28 each. The only way they're $25 is if you buy all eight at once. Seems like you should get a discount if you buy the sub, sort of a reward/incentive for signing up. Seems silly not to makes these a mass market release.

LimitedEdition - 2018-09-21 @ 8:31 pm
6 hours ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

It is odd that they would make these figures exclusive to the streaming service, I know there are a lot of people who want these but its like they want you to pay for a service we don't need to buy figures that are generally $20-$24.

Well worth the investment. Do you see that articulation ?

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-21 @ 2:00 pm

It is odd that they would make these figures exclusive to the streaming service, I know there are a lot of people who want these but its like they want you to pay for a service we don't need to buy figures that are generally $20-$24.

dchimpy - 2018-09-21 @ 3:29 am

I really want these but the price is killing me. And with them being a subscription exclusive, the chance of getting a few at a lower price (ala Amazon) seems zero.

LimitedEdition - 2018-09-18 @ 9:39 pm
20 hours ago, joenubb said:

Oh yeah, no doubt. I'm mostly 80's toys and Marvel Legends as well, but I did collect BTAS figures back in the 90's and have always had an affinity for that style (like so many other's do too). So the fact that I can now buy them with better, more cartoon accurate sculpting and greater articulation gets me jazzed up.

Calm down I spent all night cleaning your "jazz" off the TNI floor.

joenubb - 2018-09-18 @ 1:33 am

Oh yeah, no doubt. I'm mostly 80's toys and Marvel Legends as well, but I did collect BTAS figures back in the 90's and have always had an affinity for that style (like so many other's do too). So the fact that I can now buy them with better, more cartoon accurate sculpting and greater articulation gets me jazzed up.

LimitedEdition - 2018-09-18 @ 1:21 am
1 minute ago, joenubb said:

I've had the chance to mess around with Martian Manhunter. He was pretty poseable. Not perfect, of course, but definitely able to get enough poses to make him a worthwhile purchase.

My typical purchases involve Marvel Legends, Mafex, and SHF. I've been spoiled when it comes to articulation.

joenubb - 2018-09-18 @ 1:19 am

I've had the chance to mess around with Martian Manhunter. He was pretty poseable. Not perfect, of course, but definitely able to get enough poses to make him a worthwhile purchase.

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