McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse The Atom, Superman & Green Arrow Phygital Figures Pre-Order Again

by Jay Cochran
May 28, 2024
The new McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse The Atom, Superman & Green Arrow Phygital Figures are available for pre-order from our sponsors BigBadToyStore.com and Entertainment Earth with a suggested retail price of $24.99 each.. They are also available on Amazon.
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Blurr86 - 2024-06-09 @ 4:41 am
On 5/24/2024 at 4:14 AM, SpiderS said:

Atom extra figure should have been at least half a size smaller, as it is it reminds me that comedic moment from Antman movie where he was pretending to be small kid in school... Unless I'm missing some big comic book story there's not much sense for Atom in shrinking to 4 year old child's size.

I absolutely loved that short period where Mike Wieringo was drawing Supes, red/black logo and animated series style trunk shading is still my most favorite Superman look but this figure doesn't do it justice at all...

I'd think The Atom could adjust his size half his size or as small as that of an atom, what annoyed me is, upon looking at the picture of the "normal size" The Atom beside Superman and Green Arrow, it seems that this coming figure will be equal or even taller than the other two w/ch is not consistent with the comic and cartoon depiction. I hope that will not be the case...

Shrief - 2024-06-08 @ 11:14 pm

It's cool but the superman has a lot of reuse parts

Batfreak87 - 2024-06-08 @ 10:07 pm

These look cool- that superman is tempting, but not needed. I do think the Green Arrow is the best of the 3.

Blurr86 - 2024-06-05 @ 1:59 am
On 5/17/2024 at 12:19 PM, Arkana99 said:

At least they include a power ring effect like the one with the Atom Page Punchers.

I saw recently that he comes with his shrunk version. I'm happy now. The card it comes with is worth mentioning--the illustration is somewhat old school. So cool! Waiting for it to be shipped.

deecee4 - 2024-05-27 @ 11:28 am
On 5/24/2024 at 11:08 AM, Arkana99 said:

Agree. Even the DC Multiverse Legends of Tomorrow Atom figure had a smaller shrunken Ray Palmer. I guess Mcfarlane correctly guessed those very small tiny figures tend to get lost pretty easily.

Maybe but not sure why that would matter to them anyway when they pack in even smaller accessories that are very likely to get lost like tiny batarangs.

Arkana99 - 2024-05-26 @ 8:34 pm

They way Atom is posed in one of the photos, I was expecting something like those rings that represent his shrinking abilities as one of his accesories.

RobertD - 2024-05-24 @ 3:35 pm
16 hours ago, Satam said:

McFarlane wouldn't be allowed to sell it at retail with a string and separate arrow, because a kid could shoot himself in the eye.

Probably could have gone the minimally tensile clear plastic route, though, la Marvel Legends Yondu & Hawkeye. Certainly would have looked better than absolutely nothing.

Arkana99 - 2024-05-24 @ 3:08 pm
3 hours ago, SpiderS said:

Atom extra figure should have been at least half a size smaller, as it is it reminds me that comedic moment from Antman movie where he was pretending to be small kid in school... Unless I'm missing some big comic book story there's not much sense for Atom in shrinking to 4 year old child's size.

Agree. Even the DC Multiverse Legends of Tomorrow Atom figure had a smaller shrunken Ray Palmer. I guess Mcfarlane correctly guessed those very small tiny figures tend to get lost pretty easily.

SpiderS - 2024-05-24 @ 11:14 am

Atom extra figure should have been at least half a size smaller, as it is it reminds me that comedic moment from Antman movie where he was pretending to be small kid in school... Unless I'm missing some big comic book story there's not much sense for Atom in shrinking to 4 year old child's size.

I absolutely loved that short period where Mike Wieringo was drawing Supes, red/black logo and animated series style trunk shading is still my most favorite Superman look but this figure doesn't do it justice at all...

Satam - 2024-05-23 @ 11:03 pm
5 hours ago, Nosferatuman62172 said:

Todd, would've it killed you to put a string on that bow?

McFarlane wouldn't be allowed to sell it at retail with a string and separate arrow, because a kid could shoot himself in the eye.

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