Star Trek Select Borg Figure And More Coming To Comic And Specialty Shops This Weekend From DST

by Jay Cochran
May 03, 2019
It’s a big weekend at comic shops — not only is it Free Comic Book Day on Saturday, but there are a ton of new items coming to stores from Diamond Select Toys! Be on the lookout for Gallery PVCs of Supergirl, Bane, Joker, Gipsy Avenger, Black Panther and not one but TWO Spider-Men! Plus, the long-awaited Star Trek Select Borg action figure! Find a participating store at freecomicbookday.com! These items are also available at BigBadToyStore.com. Check out images for everything listed below in our GALLERY!

DC COMIC GALLERY SUPERGIRL COMIC PVC DIORAMA (OCT182227, $45.00)
How super is your Gallery? The Girl of Steel breaks into the DC Gallery line of PVC dioramas with this dynamic new sculpture of Kara Zor-El! Shattering a set of chains, Supergirl flies out of an explosion and onto your shelf in a 10-inch diorama by James Marsano based on a design by Caesar. This sculpture features detailed paint applications and comes packaged in a full-color window box.

DC MOVIE GALLERY DARK KNIGHT RISES BANE PVC DIORAMA (OCT182229, $45.00)
Speak of the devil, and he shall appear! The conqueror of Gotham City stands triumphant in this new PVC diorama based on the Dark Knight Rises! Depicting Bane standing on the roof of his camouflage tumbler vehicle, this sculpture by Rocco Tartamella was based on a design by Shawn Knapp. The diorama stands approximately 11 inches tall, is made of high-grade plastic, features detailed paint applications, and comes packaged in a full-color window box.

DC Movie Classics Gallery Dark Knight Joker PVC Diorama (Item #NOV182293, SRP: $45.00)
A Diamond Select Toys Release! Why so serious? Heath Ledger’s greatest role is brought to three-dimensional life in this, the latest PVC Diorama in the DC Gallery line. Joining Batman and Bane, this 9” sculpture of the Joker as he appears in The Dark Knight depicts him holding a hand of playing cards with his clown mask and a bag of money at his feet. Made of high-quality vinyl with exacting paint details, it comes packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Shawn Knapp and sculpted by Rocco Tartamella!

MARVEL COMIC GALLERY SPIDER-MAN WEBBING PVC DIORAMA (SEP182341, $45.00)
How spectacular is your Gallery? Spider-Man returns with an all-new sculpt in the Marvel Gallery PVC diorama line! Crouched on a web slung across an alleyway, Spider-Man lives up to his namesake in this all-new PVC sculpture portraying the hero in his element. Measuring approximately 7″ high by 11 ” wide, this detailed sculpt by Alterton is based on a design by Caesar, and comes packaged in a full-color window box.

Marvel Movie Gallery Black Panther Unmasked PVC Diorama (Item #NOV182283, SRP: $45.00)
A Diamond Select Toys Release! From the blockbuster Black Panther movie comes this new, unmasked Marvel Gallery PVC of T’Challa himself! The Black Panther is ready to pounce on anyone who invades Wakanda in this variant sculpture based on the hit film, and it is in the same 9-inch scale as the other figures in the Marvel Gallery line. Packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Joe Allard, sculpted by Rocco Tartamella!

PACIFIC RIM GALLERY GYPSY AVENGER PVC DIORAMA (OCT182230, $45.00)
How titanic is your Gallery? The world of Pacific Rim Uprising just got even bigger, with the first ever Gallery PVC Diorama from the hit sequel! Gipsy Avenger stands on guard against Kaiju (and rogue Jaegers) above a diorama of decimated buildings in this 10-inch sculpture, cast in high-grade plastic and featuring detailed paint applications. Packaged in a full-color window box, it was designed and sculpted by BigShot ToyWorks.

STAR TREK SELECT BORG ACTION FIGURE (SEP182332, $24.99)
Resistance is futile! No Star Trek fan can pass up the opportunity to own the ultimate Borg action figure! This 7-inch, fully poseable action figure is based on the Borg’s appearance in Star Trek: The Next Generation, and includes multiple interchangeable parts, including human and Klingon heads, various eyepieces, different tool arms and a removable vest. You can create dozens of different configurations and build an army of Borg! With a full 16 points of articulation, this figure comes packaged in display-ready Select figure packaging with side-panel artwork. Sculpted by Patrick Piggott!

Marvel Comic Gallery FCBD Black Costume Spider-Man PVC Diorama (Item #NOV180013, SRP: $45.00)
How spectacular is your Gallery? Spider-Man celebrates Free Comic Book Day with this black-costume variant in the Marvel Gallery PVC diorama line! Crouched on a web slung across an alleyway, Spider-Man lives up to his namesake in this all-new PVC sculpture portraying the hero in his element. Measuring approximately 7” high by 11 “ wide, this detailed sculpt by Alterton is based on a design by Caesar, and comes packaged in a full-color window box.
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Satam - 2019-05-10 @ 2:40 pm

Diamond Select doesn't make Funko Pops.

theding1701 - 2019-05-10 @ 4:27 am
On 5/5/2019 at 7:28 PM, Satam said:

For me, I think it's the paint. The head(s) are painted more of a green-brown than a sickly green-gray and the paint scheme on the body is very flat, just not dynamic or very interesting. Art Asylum did much better in this area, and while their Borg figures were somewhat stylized, I feel like they were still much closer to the look and feel of what we saw in First Contact and afterward. I also think the Klingon headsculpt looks a lot like Chakotay, and that's just weird.

Maybe it's just me, but I wish they would do away with bobble-heads, mini-mates, Funko Pop,etc. and just stick to more movie and show accurate products. Maybe an in-scale TOS bridge set/display, or more dioramas like Spock with The Horta and Kirk battling Khan is the engine room.

Satam - 2019-05-06 @ 12:28 am
16 hours ago, InspectorZartan said:

Ditto. When I was looking at the prototype in the display case something seemed a little off

For me, I think it's the paint. The head(s) are painted more of a green-brown than a sickly green-gray and the paint scheme on the body is very flat, just not dynamic or very interesting. Art Asylum did much better in this area, and while their Borg figures were somewhat stylized, I feel like they were still much closer to the look and feel of what we saw in First Contact and afterward. I also think the Klingon headsculpt looks a lot like Chakotay, and that's just weird.

InspectorZartan - 2019-05-05 @ 7:52 am
16 hours ago, Satam said:

Gonna have to see that Borg figure in person. Saw the prototype in San Diego and could have went either way on it.

Ditto. When I was looking at the prototype in the display case something seemed a little off

Satam - 2019-05-04 @ 3:32 pm

Gonna have to see that Borg figure in person. Saw the prototype in San Diego and could have went either way on it.

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