Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Justice League 12" True Moves WONDER WOMAN!

Justice League: True Moves 12" - Basic Series 01 - Wonder Woman - Mattel 2019

One of the things I'm most sad about with Mattel losing the DC license to McFarlane Toys is the uncertain future of their 12" action figure line. In recent years they've rebranded this scale as "True-Moves" and the quality has been terrific. The sculpts and articulation are superior to their competitors at Bandai and Hasbro. I'm seriously shocked that the Marvel Titan Hero Series hasn't even attempted elbow or knee articulation yet. My only complaint about the True-Moves figures is that there hasn't been a diverse slate of characters yet. I have seven Wonder Women, Three Harley Quinns, One Batgirl, and One Mera. But over on the Marvel side we have Black Widow, Scarlet Witch, Gamora, Wasp, Captain Marvel, Spider-Girl, and Spider-Gwen. Plus an upcoming Valkyrie and who knows who else (Nebula I'm sure). So, yeah, I was really hoping to see a lot more DC characters eventually. But at least they're going out with a bang. I assumed this new Wonder Woman would be a simple retool, but she is all-new and glorious.

Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here she is with two recent Marvel Titans figure: Endgame Black Widow and Spider-Girl.

And here she is with two figures from the cinematic world. A deluxe 12" figure from the Wonder Woman movie and a standard 12" from the Justice League movie. The deluxe figure on the left is actually 12" tall, the other two measure around 11" tall. Most "12 inch" female figures are actually 11"

Here are all my 12" Wonder Women together. They don't fit in my photo tent so I posed them in my kitchen.  From Left to Right: Deluxe BvS WW, Batman Unlimited WW, Justice League Action WW, Justice League (Comics) True Moves WW, Deluxe Wonder Woman WW, Basic Justice League WWv1, and Basic Justice League WWv2.

And with the Justice League Action and Batman Unlimited figures.


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