SDCC13: DC Play Arts
DC Play Arts Lines Dominate Comic-Con...
A plethora of DC licensed figures were on display consisting of the Man of Steel and Dark Knight trilogy films, the Arkham City video game and the new anime-inspired DC Universe line. While there were no new Dark Knight trilogy sculpts on display, all of the recent Play Arts offerings were on display including, Joker, Selina Kyle, Batman and two versions of Bane (regular and variant versions).
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All of the new Man of Steel Play Arts figures were on display consisting of Jor-El, General Zod, Faora and two versions of Superman (standard and black).
All of this year’s Arkham City Play Arts Kai figures were also on display along with two new additions. Both the Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy from soon-to-be released third wave of Arkham City were on display accompanied by a new modern age Batman and a brand new Joker featuring updated deco, sculpt and accessories.
The new PLay Arts DC Universe line got a lot of exposure at the Square Enix booth this week consisting of the previously-revealed Wonder Woman, Green Lantern and Batman accompanied by an abundance of new DC characters. Anime-inspired figures of the Flash, Superman, Supergirl and Aquaman were among the many new prototypes on display.