If the company continues to improve at this rate, future entertainment tie-ins ought to impress.
If Dark Nights: Metal didn’t exist, Todd McFarlane would probably have invented it.
Whether the movie is or isn’t well-received, Dune remains a property that inspires a fiercely loyal, vocal fan base.
McFarlane Toys clearly didn’t make this figure just for existing fans of the character, who originated in a pencil and paper RPG.
The clear winner in the group is Nightwing.
Spawn still has some gas in the toy tank left.
In general these have arguably the best balance between play and display value of any McFarlane Toys in a long time.
It probably goes without saying that when McFarlane Toys ups their game, Spawn will be at the forefront.
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McFarlane aren’t the first to take a crack at the Arkham games, but they have a lot of potential for expansion.
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?
It’s one thing to show static images of new products, and another to show Todd McFarlane actually playing with them!
The initial offering seems designed to showcase that they’ll regularly be doing animated, comic, and live-action styles.
Both Johnny Cage and Raiden figures are in classic McFarlane/NECA 7-inch scale.
The nano-powered, shape-shifting soldier looks ready to handle anything.
Longtime Kombatants Scorpion and Sub-Zero are getting new Mortal Kombat variants at Gamestop.
Mortal Kombat’s signature character, Sub-Zero, is the first figure in the upcoming McFarlane Toys line.
McFarlane Toys, a company entirely founded on the notion of a demon-fighting antihero from Hell, just gave us the Doom Slayer action figure!
The new Harry Potter figures from McFarlane Toys come with their patronus charms, while Voldemort arrives with his snake, Nagini.
The first wave of McFarlane’s Harry Potter action figures is up for preorder at major retailers now, and with it, a first image.