New 9" DC Prime Figures Coming From DC Collectibles

by Jay Cochran
February 15, 2019
Some will likely say DC Collectibles is moving in the wrong direction when it comes to scale, but today they announced via THR a new line of highly articulated and detailed 9" figures based on your favorite DC Comic Book characters. The line is being called DC Prime and the figures are being made as a collaboration between artist Riccardo Federicci and sculptor Wonil Song. The figures will be packed with accessories such as multiple hands and head sculpts. The first figure to be released will be Batman. No word on when these will be released or for how much, but I am sure we will get those details by tomorrow during the New York Toy Fair.
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Augustus1001 - 2019-03-01 @ 7:22 am

Mattel's DC Multiverse has taken way more crap than it ever deserved. Is it Marvel Legends? No... but the quality isn't that far off for a $15-20 price point. With 3D printing and other technological advances, if McFarlane doesnt knock the DC licenseout of the park I really hope Mattel gets another crack at the property.

kILLMonger - 2019-02-25 @ 5:55 pm

I keep going back to this...just...stupid. Between this line and the lucadores one...I'm wondering who in the heck is in charge. As one off lines ok, but DC killed off DC Collectibles (which should be bread and butter...all you have to do is make classic/current costume figs OUTSIDE of the Trinity, GL, and Flash) but wants to push this. I'll be watching what Mcfarlane does with DC. Hopefully I can get some never made characters in plastic...because I can't count on DC Direct to do it smh.

ebayoman - 2019-02-24 @ 3:20 am
18 hours ago, TheMikeSnyder said:

Looks almost like hes in a Robocop suit.

Yep - looking a bit robotic

ebayoman - 2019-02-24 @ 3:19 am
On 2/21/2019 at 11:38 PM, Thinwheat said:

I think? ????DC Collectibles should keep their focus on improving?????????????????????????????? their Bruce Timm animated lines of figures a?nd their 7" line of comic figures.??????????

I agree - check out the new solicitations!

TheMikeSnyder - 2019-02-23 @ 8:51 am

Looks almost like hes in a Robocop suit.

Thinwheat - 2019-02-22 @ 4:38 am

Man, I can't believe this guy is priced over $100 MSRP. It just doesn't seem to have$100 worth of value here compared to other similar items. I think DC Collectibles should keep their focus on improving their Bruce Timm animated lines of figures and their 7" line of comic figures.

sXeblues - 2019-02-16 @ 3:34 am

Hrmm... What is it with all of these toy companies these days moving away from the 6-7 action figure scale? They either go bigger, or they go smaller. Theres a real lack of uniformity to them all.And some of the ones that have been dedicated to keeping stuff in that scale, are phasing out of it. As a collector who prefers6-7 figures, it kinda makes me want facepalm.

cvg_965882526 - 2019-02-15 @ 11:38 pm

Us 1:18 collectors are sitting over here going, "No, SMALLER! We said SMALLER!"

BradDCUGeek - 2019-02-15 @ 11:10 pm

Well this is different...

Belmont13 - 2019-02-15 @ 10:15 pm

Looks like the not knowing what to do with DC characters so let's just throw anything out there and see what sticks approach is not restricted to movies. Is is too much to ask for a 6"-7" scale line of figures based on DC characters with predominantly classic looks and good articulation?

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