Avatar The Last Airbender 7" Figures From DST

by Jay Cochran
July 26, 2019
A Diamond Select Toys release! This assortment of 7-inch scale action figures shines a spotlight on Season 3 of the hit animated series Avatar: The Last Airbender. Aang, Katara and Zuko each come with accessories and interchangeable parts, and each comes packaged on a blister card. Designed by Eamon O'Donoghue, sculpted by Richard Force. You can pre-order this now at BigBadToyStore.com.
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Neovorticism2 - 2019-08-20 @ 4:09 am

A friend shared these images of the cg designs of the figures including a look at the accessories.

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Thinwheat - 2019-07-30 @ 1:15 am

I feel like these make good placeholders if you're wanting some Airbender figures, but it would be nice if they had import level of articulation. Like a Figma or a good Figuarts figure. These seem a lot closer to a kids toy than they do to an adult collectible.

Satam - 2019-07-29 @ 7:57 pm

Just realized that's Season 3 Aang, Season 3 Zuko, and Seasons 1-2 Katara, so that's kinda weird.

Neovorticism2 - 2019-07-29 @ 6:24 pm
On 7/26/2019 at 5:16 PM, memocromatico said:

I can't understand why, I mean, IMO it's the selling point for these figures. I want to know how articulated they are and their accessories before I'm truly invested on this. Meanwhile they just look ok, but it really comes down to how they look posed with elemental effects.

Agree. I'm interested in the Castlevania Select figures too,but DST has only shown some of the accessories, I thought in this past SDCC they would show the figures with the complete accessories, but nope and thefigures are only a month away.

Demarcation_Media - 2019-07-29 @ 2:22 pm

I'm in the middle of watching this show right now and was wanting some figures to take some photos of, but these don't look too great

DylanRaven055 - 2019-07-27 @ 5:41 am
7 hours ago, memocromatico said:

I can't understand why, I mean, IMO it's the selling point for these figures. I want to know how articulated they are and their accessories before I'm truly invested on this. Meanwhile they just look ok, but it really comes down to how they look posed with elemental effects.

Couldn't agree more! I did grow-up watching this while I was at high-school, and certainly would love getting some figures, but DST gotta give more promo shots of the accessories and articulation...

EvilHayato - 2019-07-26 @ 10:46 pm

As some have stated, didnt grow up with it, watched it in college. Great show. These look a bit off to me tho... bit too big of heads and a bit too small of hands/feet. I get it they do that to show youth but they didnt look this weird. They also werent this rail thin. But hey, they are kids toys soooo they look good for that. I wont be personally collecting them even tho I loved the show.

memocromatico - 2019-07-26 @ 10:16 pm
1 hour ago, Neovorticism2 said:

sometimes it seems like DST want to keep the accesories as surprise until the thing get actually released.

I can't understand why, I mean, IMO it's the selling point for these figures. I want to know how articulated they are and their accessories before I'm truly invested on this. Meanwhile they just look ok, but it really comes down to how they look posed with elemental effects.

Neovorticism2 - 2019-07-26 @ 8:22 pm

I used to watch this tv series back in my days at the college, one good tv series, its sequel with SJW stuff, not that good IMO.

I could be interesting in this line, but I need to see how the final product will be and the accessories, but sometimes it seems like DST want to keep the accesories as surprise until the thing get actually released.

memocromatico - 2019-07-26 @ 8:13 pm

Well kids, this is called "fasting" it was what some Air Nomad monks used to do before battle. Who needs food anyway?

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