A DC Action Figure A Day!

Here’s my toy of the day. I played with this all the time, one of my favorites and now my favorite displayed.

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In light of all the Snyder cut hoopla :slightly_smiling_face:

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Right you are (and thanks for the correction :slightly_smiling_face:) , and it can be seen down below, from DC Direct’s Batman Reborn line:

While on the topic of Steph, I’d like to see figures of classic Spoiler and her version of Robin.

Moving onto the newest DCU Original star and Mattel made figures relating to her…

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I love the disco suit nightwing in there! Wish I had it

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This is just a SMALL sample of my collection! I’ll try go post some everyday, I absolutely LOVE this thread, and really enjoy, beyond all means, seeing everyone elses collections! It also makes me feel less akward explaining to everyone that comes in my apt why there are toys all over the place!

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You’re not alone bud, i have a whole room dedicated to my collection in my house lol

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Wowwww I’ve never seen that stephanie robin before, that’s so cool, i really want that.

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30 years ago, these were the DC action figures and related items that were dancing through our Christmas dreams, with hopes that they’d be under the tree come Christmas morning (all pictures are from eBay).

The full Batman line (a whopping three figures):

Batman, featuring one of three headsculpts.
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Joker, with or without hair curl (this one is without).
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Bob’s only action figure to date.
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The first toy of the Batwing.
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The Batcave, a Red Ryder item (ala “A Christmas Story”), and the perfect playset to compliment one’s Christmas morning haul of the figures, the Batwing and other vehicular items from the line not shown here.

From the companion line, DC Comics Super Heroes:

Superman, complete with internal magnet.

The one and only Lex Luthor figure that can smack himself in the head.
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Robin, heavily influenced by the Kenner Super Powers iteration.

The cool, cruel Mr. Freeze. Dig that Children’s World/Children’s Palace price tag.
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The Amazing Amazon!
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The DC Comics Super Heroes collectors case, featuring Batman in his blue and gray duds, a variant that was never made by Toy Biz.

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Did I mention how much I like DC Direct/Collectibles’ comic book based figures? Didn’t have a close up image of these on my shelf and not near it now to take one, so Google did the job for me.

DC Direct Last Son Superman (based on Adam Kubert art)

DC Direct New Gods Superman (based on Jack Kirby art)

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@moro Nice picks.

I’d love to see DCC go back to comic arc/series specific lines again, however I’m thinking that may be something McFarlane might jump on.

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For some reason, I find it highly amusing that Bob had a power kick. You go, Bob!

Also, I have that kryptonite ring somewhere. Superman ain’t breaking in here.

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@ralphsix I guess that Toy Biz felt a kicking action feature would move product better than “Photo Taking action!” or “Knife Dropping and Running Away action!” would.

Kenner could and should have made Bob and other Joker thugs in The Dark Knight Collection line.

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Starring characters from The CW’s take on COIE, most of which are in appearances (and in one case, identity) that vastly differ from their CW counterparts (all pics from Google):

Green Arrow
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Black Lightning
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Kingdom Come Superman

The Flash:

John Wesley Shipp Flash:

Batwoman
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The Monitor

Anti-Monitor

Supergirl

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Fantastic, I have all these figures from the eighties ,all open unfortunately by my brother who is now 36, My niece and I had a major Shopkins vs Ziggies vs Super Hero war… It was fabulous devastation with a remote control army transporter truck attacking Batman Cave… Oh the horror oh the humanity… toys and laughter everywhere… The best feeling ever is to get to play with this toys and have a blast. ***NOTE No Action Figure was Harmed during the carnage ***

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