Superhero Hype’s Best Amazon Toy and Collectibles Deals for Nov 9
It’s beginning to look a lot like the holidays, and Santa sometimes still brings toys to big boys, girls, and everyone else. In this ongoing series, Superhero Hype takes a look at some of the better deals for Nov 9 that Amazon.com has running as of publication time. Please note that all deals are subject to change or sell out at any time based on supply and demand.
McFarlane Toys DC Multiverse Deathstroke: Batman: Arkham Origins 7-inch Action Figure, Multicolor
Deathstroke figures from the past all tended to go way up in value. McFarlane’s first version should be no exception, especially as the character returns to live-action in the Snyder Cut. This video game version packs on the extra details Todd McFarlane just loves.
Wield the Darksaber against Din Djarin with this first-ever Moff Gideon figure in the 3-3/4 inch super-articulated style. Perfect for attacking the Razor Crest, once Hasbro’s crowd-funded vehicle finally arrives. Pricing on the Vintage Collection varies drastically by retailer, but Amazon’s tends to go lowest.
Warren Worthington III gets the deluxe treatment here with multilayered metallic wings, four interchangeable heads, and a bonus accessory for the larger Apocalypse figure (sold separately).
Who wants to join the Serkis? Andy Serkis, that is. No longer hidden under mo-cap CG, the versatile actor gets his own evil action figure as Klaue, Black Panther’s mercenary foe. Includes bonus split-in-half blaster arm and a handgun. Collect five other figures to build M’Baku.
He-Man evades Skeletor by air in this buildable Wind Raider, with adjustable wing panels and retractable tow hook. Includes LEGO-compatible versions of both the most powerful man in the universe and his bone-headed foe.
Transformers Toys Studio Series 34 Leader Class Dark of the Moon Movie Megatron with Igor Action Figure
The coolest movie Megatron design, with sliced face and ragged, hooded robe, transforms into a big rusty tanker truck, and includes mini-henchman Igor.
McFarlane’s first comic-based Superman figure makes a great deal at this markdown, complete with flight stand and alternate hands. And the sculpt looks downright restrained next to some.
Storm Collectibles’ figures based on the “Klassic” Mortal Kombat trilogy don’t run cheap. So finding an exclusive version at less than $70 feels like a minor miracle. Robot Smoke includes bombs, smoke effects, trident, and fatality bomb-dropping arm.
Hard as it seems to believe, this two-pack contains an extremely rare Hasbro photo-real likeness of Robert Downey Jr. in their Marvel Legends line. Typically the company avoids sculpting the actor’s face, but in this case it makes the repainted Mark I suit and generic suited body worth the purchase. He is Iron Man, after all. And heads can swap out among figures.
Official diorama parts for larger figures tend not to get official release. More often, fans must rely on third-party props to build out scenes. In a rare exception, NECA made a 7-inch scale boiler furnace for Freddy Krueger, complete with flickering fire light. And now it’s 22% off. Grab it while it’s, er, hot.