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After DC and Warner Bros. released the final trailer for Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice, anticipation is at an all-time high. The latest sneak peek at Zack Snyder's flick shows just as much of the fun elements as the gritty action, so there's no better time to take a gander at DC's new toy line for both Batman V Superman and Suicide Squad.

Yahoo Movies published the first look at these incredibly realistic (and opposable) collectibles that include some of the biggest characters from the eagerly awaited superhero films.


Price: $45 (Available in September)

Henry Cavill's Superman figure has a swappable head, so you can get that glowing red-eye action whenever you're feeling a little miffed.


Price: $50 (Available in September)

They started with a 3D scan of Ben Affleck and ended up with this incredible Batsuit-clad Dark Knight. You can swap out his hands and use accessories like the grapple gun and grenade launcher.

Wonder Woman

Price: $45 (Available in November)

Gal Gadot's Wonder Woman gets in on the action as the third member of DC's trinity.

Lex Luthor

Price: $45 (Available in November)

He may not be suited up, but Jesse Eisenberg's Lex gets a case of kryptonite, interchangeable hands, and even an optional bald head.

El Diablo

Price: TBA (Available in 2017)

Jay Hernandez becomes El Diablo in Suicide Squad, and his mini homage boasts a faithful recreation of those facial tattoos.

Harley Quinn

Price: TBA (Available in 2017)

Harley Quinn (as brought to life by Margot Robbie) comes with a pistol and a hammer.

General Zod

Price: $45 (Available in September)

This newly released line also includes figures from Man Of Steel. Zod is that movie's main antagonist (and he'll play a pivotal role in Batman V Superman). He comes complete with three heads that include laser eyes and a mask.


Price: $45 (Available in September)

My personal favorite character in Man Of Steel gets some love, even though she almost certainly won't be returning for Batman V Superman.

Looks like we'll still have to wait an awfully long time to actually get our hands on these little guys, but at least the movies will have come out in the meantime!


Which one's your favorite?

(Source: Yahoo)


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