Tuesday, May 26, 2020

12" Spin Master - WONDER WOMAN!

DC Universe - 12" Justice League -  Wonder Woman - Spin Master Toys 2020

With all the movie-themed Wonder Woman products hitting the shelves in the past few years, I didn't realize how much I was missing some brightly-colored comic-style Diana in my life. Granted, this costume definitely resembles the cinematic version in sculpt, the face and bright colors definitely seem like they are intended to represent a more generic Wonder woman design. It's funny that of all the new DC lines coming out this year, the Spin Master 12" figures are my favorite. The McFarlane releases and the 4" Spin Master toys may be a lot more prolific with female characters so far, but for some reason I'm most excited about the future of the 12" line. I fantasize that the 12" character roster someday matching their 4" and capsule toy lineups. Meaning we might see Batwoman, Catwoman, and Huntress eventually. Not to mention all the other characters I haven't even considered yet. I hope Spin Master still shows off product during SDCC week because NYTF is far too long. Let's check out Wonder Woman below!

The articulation on these Spin Master 12" figure is pretty great for this price point. She has a ball-jointed head; hinge-and-swivel shoulders, elbows, and hips; hinge knees; and swivel wrists.

Time for some Group and Comparison Pics!

Here she is with two 12" Dianas from Mattel: True Moves and Batman Unlimited.

Here is Wonder Woman with the only other 12" Spin Master DC female so far, Harley Quinn.



  1. The head reminds me of like an updated version of the Kenner Super Powers figure. If that makes sense.

    1. I definitely see that. Whenever I see a Wonder Woman in bright simple colors I think back to those classic toys.

  2. The bad thing about her is that the skirt prevents some of the leg movement and may start to tear.