So far, just two have been revealed: a classic costume Wonder Woman, and the gold winged armor version.
We welcome back the caped creation, but how long before we see a Violator to do battle with our anti-hero?
The figures run about $11.99 apiece, which is extremely cheap for 7-inch scale figures that have this level of detail.
LEGO and Hasbro have some deviously cool new ways to get your Baby Yoda money.
The Mission Fleet includes deluxe figures for $8, small vehicles for $15, and midsize fighters for $20.
At last, after 10,00 years, she’s free! Well, maybe not 500 years, but it sure feels like a while.
Boss Fight’s first Flash looks to be super-articulated, with more joints than even a classic G.I. Joe.
Now that Super7 makes retro-style Robocop figures, ED-209 makes for an inevitable choice.
Have you ever wanted to see Harley Quinn as scooter-riding samurai? Well, now you can!
We all knew that this was coming, but the movie probably should have been called Harley Quinn and Some Birds of Prey.
The company did excellent work with Margot Robbie’s likeness for Suicide Squad, and the tradition continues here.
The Mad Titan toy bears an uncanny likeness to CGi’ed Josh Brolin, now with cuts, scrapes, and armor dings.
The new Imperial Troop Transport doesn’t have the wacky vintage sound effects. But it does have a fully functional interior.
Who expected Mutagen Man this soon?
Monster Venom is getting a single figure release, and it’s a lot cheaper than going the Build-a-Figure approach!
As a shelf display piece, Faker is a twisted enough take on a classic hero to really catch the eye.
First looks at WandaVision, Loki, and The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
A very small taste of what to expect from the next DCEU film.
Marvel wouldn’t leave you hanging during the biggest TV commercial day of the year.
At $350, it’s the priciest Baby Yoda yet, but a six-month installment plan is available.
Available strictly through specialty stores, these figures feature unique paint jobs and accessories.