Hot Toys MMS584 1/6th scale Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman 12-inch Collectible Figure

Pre-order Hot Toys Wonder Woman 1984 MMS584 Wonder Woman 1/6 Scale Figure at BBTS (link HERE)

“The world needs you.” – Steve Trevor

The empowering DC super hero, Wonder Woman, is back in her newest movie, Wonder Woman 1984. Facing off against the all-new formidable foes whose ruthless ambitions threaten to destroy the world, fans’ beloved heroine must again draw on her incredible strength, courage and wisdom to save the world from greater evil.

With high anticipation of the movie from fans worldwide, Hot Toys is very excited to present the new 1/6th scale Wonder Woman collectible figure capturing the warrior princess down to finest details.

Beautifully crafted based on the appearance of Gal Gadot as Diana Prince/ Wonder Woman in the movie, the 1/6th scale figure features a newly developed head sculpt with astonishing likeness and long curly dark brown hair sculpture, Wonder Woman’s signature tiara, a specialized body tailored with enhanced articulation on shoulders, Wonder Woman’s iconic blue and red battle suit, a pair of Wonder Woman’s signature “Bracelets of Submissions”, her “Lasso of Truth”, sparkling effect accessories in different sizes, and a figure stand.
Furthermore, a Special Edition available in selected markets will include as additional Lassoing in Motion as bonus item exclusively for collectors.

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Hot Toys MMS584 1/6th scale Wonder Woman 12-inch Collectible Figure specially features: Newly developed head sculpt with authentic and detailed likeness of Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman in Wonder Woman 1984 | Movie-accurate facial expression, make-up, and removable gold colored tiara | Highly-detailed long curly dark brown hair sculpture | Approximately 30.5 cm tall Newly developed specialized body with over 17 points of articulations | Eight (8) pieces of interchangeable hands including: pair of relaxed hands, pair of fists, pair of hands for holding Lasso of Truth, pair of gesture hands. Enhanced articulations on shoulders allowing flexible movement

Costume: newly tailored red, blue, and gold colored Wonder Woman armor | pair of gold and silver colored Bracelets of Submission | red and gold colored boots with weathering and battle damaged effect

Weapon: gold colored rope (Lasso of Truth) (attachable to figure’s waist)

Accessories: Three (3) pieces of magnetic sparkling effect accessories in small, medium and large size (attachable to Bracelets of Submission). A specially designed figure stand with character nameplate and movie logo

Exclusive Bonus Accessory for Special Edition:
– One (1) piece of Lassoing in Motion

Release date: Approximately Q1 – Q2, 2022

Funko’s Pop! Star Sapphire Wonder Woman & Frost Giant Loki to be sold exclusively at NYCC

Funko has shown off two versions (each) of its upcoming NYCC-exclusive Pop! Star Sapphire Wonder Woman and Frost Giant Loki, to be sold at Fugitive Toys’ booth (#410).

Both versions will be available in a standard edition as well as a variant; Star Sapphire WW has a metallic costume version while Frost Giant Loki seems to glow in the dark. I have to admit being a little surprised that the standard version of Star Sapphire is an exclusive in the first place, given that there’s some fan demand for the character and she’s more than just a simple repaint. Usually the more sculpting a figure gets, the more mileage its maker tries to get although I guess the body work must be minor enough that Funko isn’t overly invested in the figure.

No word on pricing, but Fugitive Toys’ previous exclusive Funko Pop! White Lantern Batman apparently ran for US$17 while its glow-in-the-dark version was US$25.

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Check out this 25.5 inch tall Wonder Woman Premium Format Figure by Sideshow Collectibles

You can pre-order from Sideshow Collectibles

Joining her powerful allies of the Justice League, Sideshow Collectibles is proud to present the magnificent Wonder Woman Premium Format™ Figure.

Handcrafted with austere beauty and fierce determination, Princess Diana of Themyscira dons her iconic costume of stars and stripes, sworn to protect the world and uphold her mantle as Wonder Woman. Granted divine superhuman powers and superior combat skills, the warrior princess is ready to gracefully accept any challenge, armed with her golden Lasso of Truth, indestructible bracelets, and tiara. She carries a long spear across her shoulders, and her iconic shield grasped firmly at her side – but above all, she carries the Amazons’ message of peace and justice.

Fans of the mythic DC Comics superheroine are sure to find the Wonder Woman Premium Format™ Figure an essential addition to their collection!
Perhaps this is how Wonder Woman should look on film. There have been so many versions of Batman and Superman live on screen (big and small) but there’s only one Lynda Carter Wonder Woman from the 1975–1979 Wonder Woman TV series. Since Carter’s television series, studios struggled to introduce a new live-action Wonder Woman to audiences. In 2013 it was announced that Israeli actress Gal Gadot would portray Wonder Woman in the 2016 film “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice.” Will she measure up? Only time will tell.
In the meantime, check out these preview pictures of  Sideshow Collectibles 25.5 inch tall Wonder Woman Premium Format Figure. Scroll down to see the rest of the pictures. Click on them for bigger and better views.

DC’s trinity usually refers to Batman, Wonder Woman and Superman coming together to battle evil as one force for good. So here’s Sideshow Collectibles DC Comics trinity.

You can pre-order from Sideshow Collectibles

Related posts:
January 23, 2009 – Plastic is Fantastic!! Barbie as Wonder Woman 1999 Collector’s Edition posted in my toy blog HERE
March 9, 2011 – The Postman Cometh (Retro-Action DC Super Heroes) including Wonder Woman (pictures HERE)
March 27, 2012 – W is also for Wonder Woman: Kotobukiya DC Comics Bishoujo Wonder Woman Reviewed HERE and HERE

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Check out another Kotobukiya DC Comics Wonder Woman ARTFX 12-inch tall statue

Wonder Woman is a superheroine created by American psychologist and writer William Moulton Marston and published by DC Comics. The character first appeared in All Star Comics #8 in December 1941 and first cover-dated on Sensation Comics #1, January 1942. In addition to the comics, the character has appeared in other media; most notably, the 1975–1979 Wonder Woman TV series starring Lynda Carter, as well as animated series such as the Super Friends and Justice League.

The 1970s was when I was growing up and television then was one of the main means of entertainment, the other medium was comic books so Lynda Carter Wonder Woman TV series was quite happening then, with the entire family of siblings and cousins all gathering to watch each episode when it was aired on our local TV channel. I can still remember the Wonder Woman TV series theme song:
Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman. All the world’s waiting for you, and the power you possess.
In your satin tights, Fighting for your rights And the old Red, White and Blue… (and it goes on)

So how many Kotobukiya DC Comics Wonder Woman are out there? With this latest preview and its upcoming release, I count at least three – the other two being the Kotobukiya DC Comics 1/7 scale Armored Wonder Woman Bishoujo Statue (previewed earlier HERE) and the Kotobukiya DC Comics Bishoujo Wonder Woman released in 2012 and reviewed HERE and HERE

Since Lynda Carter’s television series, studios struggled to introduce a new live-action Wonder Woman to audiences, although the character continued to feature in a variety of toys and merchandise, as well as animated adaptations of DC properties, including a direct-to-DVD animated feature. Attempts to return Wonder Woman to television have included a pilot for NBC in 2011, closely followed by another stalled production for The CW. In 2013 it was announced that Israeli actress Gal Gadot would portray Wonder Woman in the 2016 film “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice”.

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Available December 2014.

Related posts:
March 27, 2012 – Kotobukiya DC Comics Bishoujo collection 1/7th scale Wonder Woman 9-inch statue Reviews HERE and HERE
June 2, 2013 – Kotobukiya Batman Arkham City Collectors Edition 14 cm (5.5″) Statue posted HERE
February 9, 2014 – Kotobukiya Marvel Bishoujo collection 1/7th scale X-Force Psylocke 8-inch Statue (pictures HERE and HERE)

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Kotobukiya’s ARTFX Wonder Woman is a wonder of a woman

Kotobukiya has released a photo gallery for the upcoming ARTFX Wonder Woman, slated for December. While I’ve occasionally held a rocky view of Kotobukiya’s ARTFX and ArtFX+ comic offerings, I’m more than a little impressed by the company’s recent effort which does a good job of capturing the Amazonian princess’s beauty. I especially love the headsculpt and inclusion of a cloak, as well as that skirt.

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Variant DC Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman photos take the Static Arts line by force

Hidemi Matsuzuki has released some images of Square-Enix’s upcoming DC Comics variant Static Arts Superman, Wonder Woman, and Batman. While the trio was previously seen at Toy Fair, (and we caught our first glimpse of Batman last October), this is the first time we’ve seen Superman painted and… he looks incredible!

Superman’s usual red and blue has also been joined by gold elements, similar to what we saw with the Variant Play Arts Kai Superman except the gold seems more pronounced and the overall figure doesn’t appear as silly. The company also did a really nice job with the head-sculpt.

I’ve also enjoyed what I’ve seen of the Variant Static Arts Wonder Woman, who is also exceptionally cute. The character has more of a pose than Superman and conveys a fair bit of personality. The only one I actually dislike is Batman… It wasn’t originally fond of the design and that certainly hasn’t changed with time.

Care to pick a favorite, readers? Check out all three in the gallery.

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DC Collectibles Wonder Woman vs. Hydra Mini Patina Statue

The Amazon Princess faces against one of the most famous monsters from Greek Mythology, the multi-headed hydra, in this detailed patina statue! Measures approximately 7.5″ tall. Sculpted by Tim Bruckner.

Product Features

  • Sculpted By Tim Bruckner
  • Depicts the DC Comics heroine battling the mythological menace
  • Patina finish
  • Measures Approximately 7.5″ H
  • Limited edition

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Mecha Wonder Woman, Renaissance Batman shown in DCC interview

DC Collectibles recently posted an interview with the Executive Producer of the upcoming Infinite Crisis video game, Jeffrey Steefel, about the game, its character designs, and the merchandise… but more importantly the interview also gave us a look at Mecha Wonder Woman and a Renaissance-themed Batman.

Although we’ve seen a few of DCC’s Infinite Crisis figures so far (including a neat Harley Quinn in PJs and a Poison Ivy), Mecha Wonder Woman is hands down my favorite design thus far. It’s one of those ideas that seems so unbelievably goofy yet actually looks incredible, like a futuristic marble sculpture.While the skeletal hands seem a bit much, the overall design is fairly stunning. The figure will apparently come with a chakram (feeling some shades of Xena right now) and a giant sword which can be stored on her back.

On the other side of things we have a Renaissance Batman. Given how many alternate versions of Batman we’ve seen over the years, including the silliness seen in the limited series Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne where (among other things) Bruce was briefly a caveman, a Renaissance-themed Batman isn’t really surprising. The costume is goofy as hell, though, sporting wings that look borrowed like a DaVinci concept and armed with what appear to be air horns (which is hilariously awesome enough to ratchet up the overall appeal of the design).

No word as of yet to when these figures will release, but expect to see them in DC Collectibles’ solicits eventually. Be sure to check out the additional images in gallery.

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