New DC Multiverse Arkham Batman And Joker 2-Pack, DC Metal The Drowned And More

by Jay Cochran
September 12, 2020
Earlier this week we saw McFarlane Toys revealed their DC Multiverse 7" Dark Nights: Death Metal Batcycle. Today during a DCFandome panel, Todd McFarlane showed off a prototype for an upcoming 7" DC Multiverse DC Metal Batman The Drowned figure.

Now both the Batcycle and The Drowned figure showed up in overseas pre-orders that also included a listings for a Red Sun Superman and Damien Robin. Those have not been confirmed by McFarlane but seem like a good bet will be coming soon.

One final thing, thanks to the overseas retailer HobbyBase, we also have a look at an upcoming DC Multiverse 2-Pack featuring repaints of the Arkham Batman and Joker figures. Its not a great look but you can tell Joker has green around his mouth and on his sleeve. The headsculpt also appears to be the same one used with the Chase Bronze Joker figure. Batman has green on his arm as well and looks like has been dirtied up. No word on when, how or where this set will be released in the US.
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mako - 2020-09-23 @ 9:07 pm
On 9/10/2020 at 5:06 PM, JayC said:

McFarlane Toys has announced a new vehicle for their 7" scale DC Multiverse line. It's the Batcycle based on the Dark Nights: Death Metal storyline. Look for it to be released in January 2021.

So Batman rides a giant skeletal rat?

Mr_Scary92 - 2020-09-23 @ 8:25 pm
18 hours ago, JayC said:

The Robin doesnt look quit as good here as he does in the PR image. I think cause here the colors are much brighter.

Indeed, and not only the colors, the face too, its expression looks goofy. Icons was much better, even DCM's had more charm than this Demian.

41055_1529445590 - 2020-09-23 @ 7:59 pm

I'm not saying these things aren't good, cuz they are. I've been tempted several times to just try one out, but I've been strong to resist. I'm not over the fact that McFarlane decided to scale up to 7" because it was more comfortable for him rather than continue the 6" scale which is what many fans wanted. Then the recent revelation of the figure redesign Dave Vonner was trying to propose for the 6" line shows up and it just throws salt in the wound.

Belmont13 - 2020-09-23 @ 2:02 am

Batmannized Mera looks nice, is the Red Son Superman a repaint of the previous Superman? Is the outfit accurate?

JayC - 2020-09-23 @ 1:32 am

The Robin doesnt look quit as good here as he does in the PR image. I think cause here the colors are much brighter.

JayC - 2020-09-23 @ 1:08 am

Todd has added a video for the new wave


SpiderS - 2020-09-22 @ 11:11 pm

Drowned looks amazing, I especially love how she was posed in the box that Todd showed, could be my first figure from this line. As for Supes It's kinda disappointing that he still has single Jointed elbows and no reportedly fists, like c'mon. Damien Is cool but that head is little too cartoonish for me, would love alternative head that could be more realistic. Metal Batman is really cool detailed figure, I think that head can be amazing for DKR customs.

Satam - 2020-09-22 @ 10:48 pm
3 hours ago, Mr_Scary92 said:

By mistake I thought that Supes was the "Red Son" instead of "Red Sun"

No mistake. Soviet Superman is the "Red Son" version. It says "Red Son" all over the package Todd showed off in his video.

AlanXember - 2020-09-22 @ 10:46 pm

Damian looks stellar. I hope he's not down to just single knees and elbows, though. 

Gilgamesh79 - 2020-09-22 @ 9:12 pm

I'll get The Drowned & Damien. I can pass on the others.

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