DC Multiverse 6" Amazon Exclusive Vulko Figure From Mattel

by Jay Cochran
September 15, 2018
Amazon has put up for pre-order their exclusive DC Multiverse 6" Aquaman Movie Vulko figure from Mattel which will be released on December 14. The figure comes with a sword and some kind of map-like accessory which I am sure plays a role in the movie. Check out images below.
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LimitedEdition - 2018-09-22 @ 6:00 pm
3 hours ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

Most of the Selects can be passed on but their bigger characters are nice. And I'd say you can probably pass on all the Toybiz stuff aside from a few of the BAFs, I doubt hasbro will ever make a better Modok or a bigger Giant Man, The Toy Biz Sentinels are better than the Universe ones though I think the Universe Galactus is better than Toy Biz.

I think I've been pretty lucky with paint apps, the only QC issue I've had this year was an Infinity War Black Widow with a broken ankle peg and 2 right arms but I got that replaced pretty easily.

The Toy Biz Sentinels being better than the Universe ones is completely subjective. I prefer the Universe/Legends release by far.

I find the Toybiz one like majority of the Toybiz releases gangly with a very small abdomen. The paint detailing while nice does not match the simple comic aesthetic of the modern Hasbro releases.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-22 @ 2:54 pm
28 minutes ago, LimitedEdition said:

I don't own Toybiz Legends or Selects because I personally prefer the aesthetic cohesion on modern Hasbro Legends.

But I will say I prefer not to purchase Legends online because of the constant bad paint and other QC defects.

Most of the Selects can be passed on but their bigger characters are nice. And I'd say you can probably pass on all the Toybiz stuff aside from a few of the BAFs, I doubt hasbro will ever make a better Modok or a bigger Giant Man, The Toy Biz Sentinels are better than the Universe ones though I think the Universe Galactus is better than Toy Biz.

I think I've been pretty lucky with paint apps, the only QC issue I've had this year was an Infinity War Black Widow with a broken ankle peg and 2 right arms but I got that replaced pretty easily.

LimitedEdition - 2018-09-22 @ 2:15 pm
17 minutes ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

I feel like I've been paying that price this entire time already lol I don't even bother purchasing ML at the store anymore, way too many scalpers in my area so I just buy a case online. And yeah those are all good BAFs but every single one of those you mentioned were their own figure during the ToyBiz days. Back in the day I always s???aw BAFs ?a?s getting a huge monstrous figure that would never fit in the normal packages. And personally when it came to Juggernaut ??and Rhino I just tossed them in a box afterwards because I still like the Marvel Selects better for ?the overall ?????bulk and ?detail?, it was worth ??losing the ?articulation ?for me at ?least.Man-Thing andSasquatch are nice and obviously ??if I have ??both ?I will pick the new ones but ?they arent THAT much ??better ?thanthe previous versions.Apocalypse would probably be the best out ?of these but ?I still think ?he could easily ?just be packaged by ?himself. I think the Sauron, Venom, and possibly the Lizard (minus that awful tail) wave have are better examples of having that "wow" factor after completing the set. ?

I don't own Toybiz Legends or Selects because I personally prefer the aesthetic cohesion on modern Hasbro Legends.

But I will say I prefer not to purchase Legends online because of the constant bad paint and other QC defects.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-22 @ 1:57 pm
9 minutes ago, LimitedEdition said:

Legends BAFs have been great Apocalypse, Juggernaut, Man-Thing, Sasquatch, Rhino come to mind immediately.

Legends might be going to $25, they had the poll about it and are testing the waters with the 10th line at that price point.

I feel like I've been paying that price this entire time already lol I don't even bother purchasing ML at the store anymore, way too many scalpers in my area so I just buy a case online. And yeah those are all good BAFs but every single one of those you mentioned were their own figure during the ToyBiz days. Back in the day I always saw BAFs as getting a huge monstrous figure that would never fit in the normal packages. And personally when it came to Juggernaut and Rhino I just tossed them in a box afterwards because I still like the Marvel Selects better for the overall bulk and detail, it was worth losing the articulation for me at least.Man-Thing andSasquatch are nice and obviously if I have both I will pick the new ones but they arent THAT much better thanthe previous versions.Apocalypse would probably be the best out of these but I still think he could easily just be packaged by himself. I think the Sauron, Venom, and possibly the Lizard (minus that awful tail) wave have are better examples of having that "wow" factor after completing the set.

LimitedEdition - 2018-09-22 @ 1:27 pm
1 minute ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

I don't have a problem with them reusing the molds, I'm just saying that it does take away some of the uniqueness of the characters and it just can't be helped for the exact reason you mentioned. In any case I was mainly talking about the BAFs of both lines because I feel that because your only getting a piece per figure in the wave that when you do put it all together it should feel like you made something awesome like Fin Fang Foom or Modok instead of something lame like the BAF Thanos which was actually worse than the First Ten Years version.? ?

Legends BAFs have been great Apocalypse, Juggernaut, Man-Thing, Sasquatch, Rhino come to mind immediately.

Legends might be going to $25, they had the poll about it and are testing the waters with the 10th line at that price point.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-22 @ 1:23 pm
1 minute ago, LimitedEdition said:

Marvel Legends has been reusing so many molds because they have had to decrease production cost to stay at the $20 price point.

I don't have a problem with them reusing the molds, I'm just saying that it does take away some of the uniqueness of the characters and it just can't be helped for the exact reason you mentioned. In any case I was mainly talking about the BAFs of both lines because I feel that because your only getting a piece per figure in the wave that when you do put it all together it should feel like you made something awesome like Fin Fang Foom or Modok instead of something lame like the BAF Thanos which was actually worse than the First Ten Years version.

LimitedEdition - 2018-09-22 @ 1:14 pm
3 hours ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

Totally, I'm very excited for their new waves, their BAFs I'd argue are actually far superior to the marvel legends BAFs like Clayface and Killer Shark, even the Ares is very well done. And I'm not crapping on Marvel ?Legends, thats my? main line I collect but lately ML has been reusing its molds a bit too much? tha?t a lot of the fig?u?res lose their "wow" factor and simpl?y ?blend into eachother.

Marvel Legends has been reusing so many molds because they have had to decrease production cost to stay at the $20 price point.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-22 @ 10:08 am
22 minutes ago, sXeblues said:

From what they were showing at SDCC, Im actually pretty stoked for the Multiverse lines future. Providing they actually get released without issue. New sculpts and bucks, new takes on characters. They may finally give ML a run for their money. Even if theyll be playing a lot of catch up.

Totally, I'm very excited for their new waves, their BAFs I'd argue are actually far superior to the marvel legends BAFs like Clayface and Killer Shark, even the Ares is very well done. And I'm not crapping on Marvel Legends, thats my main line I collect but lately ML has been reusing its molds a bit too much that a lot of the figures lose their "wow" factor and simply blend into eachother.

sXeblues - 2018-09-22 @ 9:39 am
4 hours ago, NeedlessImmortals said:

Well Mattel DC Universe was the very first line I ever collected so I have a soft spot for the Multiverse line even though I'll admit the figures arent as good as many other companies out there.

From what they were showing at SDCC, Im actually pretty stoked for the Multiverse lines future. Providing they actually get released without issue. New sculpts and bucks, new takes on characters. They may finally give ML a run for their money. Even if theyll be playing a lot of catch up.

NeedlessImmortals - 2018-09-22 @ 4:41 am
8 hours ago, LimitedEdition said:

I don't buy Mattel DCEU so I coulden't even get to enjoy a cool BAF. I'm stuck with a CGI disasterpiece.

Well Mattel DC Universe was the very first line I ever collected so I have a soft spot for the Multiverse line even though I'll admit the figures arent as good as many other companies out there.

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