DC Collectibles Statues Offer a Closer Look at the Justice League

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While we haven’t seen anything from Justice League since summer, marketing is in high-gear. You know what that means? Toys! Or collectibles… if that’s the term you prefer. At any rate, DC Collectibles, in conjunction with Yahoo Movies, has unveiled an official look at a line of Justice League figures. The premium statues stand 12-inches tall, giving us a detailed look at each League member’s costume. Batman dons his all-new tactical Batsuit, Wonder Woman is battle-ready, and Superman strikes an iconic pose. Meanwhile, the suits of Aquaman, The Flash, and Cyborg get in-depth looks we’ve yet to see until now. Plus, the Justice League emblem acts as a stand; it, too, is awesome. You can check out images of all below.

The retail price of the statues are to run $150 a pop. If you want them when they launch alongside the film’s November 17 release, you better act fast. They are being sold in a limited run with DC Collectibles only putting 5,000 on the market. According to Yahoo, the figures will make their public debut at this year’s New York Toy Fair.

Aside from the poly-resin sculpted wonders above, little news has emerged of late. Recently, a new synopsis hit the web, name dropping Darkseid and teasing Batman’s “come to Jesus” moment. However, neither Warner Bros. or Zack Snyder have confirmed its validity. You can read it below:

“In the wake of Clark Kent/Superman’s (Cavill) death at the hands of Doomsday in BvS, vigilante Bruce Wayne/Batman (Affleck) reevaluates his extreme methods and begins reaching out to extraordinary heroes to assemble a team of crime-fighters to defend earth from all kinds of threats. Together with Diana Prince/Wonder Woman (Gadot), Batman seeks out cybernetically enhanced former college football star Vic Stone/Cyborg (Fisher), speedster Barry Allen/The Flash (Miller) and Atlantean warrior king Arthur Curry/Aquaman (Momoa). They face off against Steppenwolf (Hinds), the herald and second-in-command to alien warlord Darkseld, who is charged by Darkseid with hunting down three artefacts hidden on earth.”

Justice League opens in theaters on November 17.

Images: DC/Warner Bros. 


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