New DC Collectibles 7" DC Essentials DCeased Wave 2 And 3 Figures Up For Pre-Order On Amazon

by Jay Cochran
December 15, 2021
You may recall right before DC Collectibles closed it's doors they showed off a number of new 7" DC Essentials DCeased figures at the 2020 New York Toy Fair. Then this past year it was announced McFarlane Toys would be taking over the distribution for DC Collectibles products which means those figures will finally be released. At Toy Fair we only got to see unpainted prototypes for most of them which you can check out below.

Even though McFarlane Toys has yet to officially solicitate these figures, we have seen overseas listings for them and now Amazon has them up for pre-order on their website. There aren't any new images for these available at this time and eventually these will be carried pretty much everywhere that carried the original DC Essentials line. See are affiliate links below for the ones currently listed on Amazon.

- McFarlane Toys DC Direct DC Essentials - DCEASED The Flash - Release January 31, 2022

- McFarlane Toys DC Direct DC Essentials - DCEASED Supergirl - Release January 31, 2022

- McFarlane Toys DC Direct DC Essentials - DCEASED Superman - Release January 31, 2022

- McFarlane Toys DC Direct DC Essentials - DCEASED Harley Quinn - Release January 31, 2021

-McFarlane Toys DC Direct DC Essentials - DCEASED Batgirl - Release April 30, 2022

- McFarlane Toys DC Direct DC Essentials - DCEASED Nightwing - Release April 30, 2022

- McFarlane Toys DC Direct DC Essentials - UNKILLABLES RED Hood - Release April 30, 2022

- McFarlane Toys DC Direct DC Essentials - UNKILLABLES Deathstroke - Release April 30, 2022

Check out the images for all of these figures from the 2020 New York Toy Fair below. If you aren't familiar with these figures then you can check out our review of wave 1 which included Batman, Green Lantern, Joker and Aquaman
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Batfreak87 - 2021-12-27 @ 5:45 am

Eh I'll pass on these. Not a fan of zombie type creatures lol.

TheGrimeyGhost - 2021-12-24 @ 8:38 pm

While these are not my particular cup of coffee, I am glad for DC Direct/Collectibles "resurrection" via McF and I want more...especially Batman the Animated Series stuff.

JayC - 2021-12-23 @ 4:55 am

The second wave of the DC Direct 7" DC Essentials DCCeased figures which are now being released through McFarlane Toys is now available for pre-order at our sponsors BigBadToyStore.com and EntertainmentEarth. This wave includes zombie versions of Supergirl, Flash, Superman and Harley Quinn.

These are also back up on Amazon.

Darth_Primus - 2021-12-17 @ 4:37 pm

I missed out on the Amazon listings linked above. But I'm thrilled that these figures are indeed being made and will be released. I had pre-ordered them on BBTS when they were originally offered up as preorders. Looking forward to adding these "infected" figures to the shelf.

LordVenger - 2021-12-17 @ 5:59 am

I think the Batman is the only sculpt that hits here. But Im not a fan of these overall.

kILLMonger - 2021-12-16 @ 2:14 pm

I liked DCeased better than I thought I would (and they aren't zombies in the traditional sense...they're infected with the Anti Life equation)...but figs like this never appealed to me. Rehashes of standard figs. There are to many characters that have been flat out ignored by DC I'd rather have in fig form: Icon, Hardware, Wetworks, Val Zod, Majestic, Nubia, new Batman

MagnaPrime - 2021-12-16 @ 1:23 am
6 hours ago, JayC said:

Yeah, I mean for me personally because I am not a fan of zombies, these never appealed to me but I get why they started doing them.

Oh good I'm not the only one that isn't all about the zombies. I agree, blackest night did them right. This just, well it almost feels forced.

ChrisMOTUFAN - 2021-12-15 @ 6:59 pm

Wowzer....these DC collectible molds and how they are produced with just painted rather than sculpted details is such an opposite route than how McFarlane produces figs so I'm surprised McFarlane decided to release these. I think this particular situation is the first in toy history. Interesting. I wonder if these McFarlane deceased pieces will match up with dc collectibles in terms of look on the shelf with different paint, plastics and whatnot. Personally, I feel like McFarlane would make AMAZING zombie dc figs. Monsters is Todd's specialty so I wish he just started a new DECEASED line of his own with unique sculpts.

JayC - 2021-12-15 @ 6:26 pm
5 minutes ago, EvilHayato said:

Thats pretty much what i assumed. I think thats another reason I dont like them as much. They just seem like body molds theyve already used with new heads and a blood paint app(and honestly due to my ignorance i dont know if they needed to do any more than that since i dont know how decomposed they are from their source material and all that). I am one of those that love zombies, it just seems alittle played out to me but that is just my opinion. I definitely get the draw but theyve been doing the zombie thing in comics since at least 06(obviously not counting any other zombie medium). I feel like its run its course. It just feels like they are just piggybacking from marvel but then again both steal... er i mean borrow ideas from eachother on the daily so i suppose it is only natural. And btw im not hating on anyone that does enjoy these, normally I would be one of those all over them but seeing it so much desensitizes you eventually to the point that it just seems like we ve already seen it before.

Yeah, I mean for me personally because I am not a fan of zombies, these never appealed to me but I get why they started doing them.

EvilHayato - 2021-12-15 @ 6:21 pm
15 minutes ago, JayC said:

It is, and it was an easy way for DC Collectibles to reuse the same molds they already did in the Essential line only zombiefying them. People love Zombies and the whole Marvel Zombie thing has been tremendously popular so why not DC?

Thats pretty much what i assumed. I think thats another reason I dont like them as much. They just seem like body molds theyve already used with new heads and a blood paint app(and honestly due to my ignorance i dont know if they needed to do any more than that since i dont know how decomposed they are from their source material and all that). I am one of those that love zombies, it just seems alittle played out to me but that is just my opinion. I definitely get the draw but theyve been doing the zombie thing in comics since at least 06(obviously not counting any other zombie medium). I feel like its run its course. It just feels like they are just piggybacking from marvel but then again both steal... er i mean borrow ideas from eachother on the daily so i suppose it is only natural. And btw im not hating on anyone that does enjoy these, normally I would be one of those all over them but seeing it so much desensitizes you eventually to the point that it just seems like we ve already seen it before.

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