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This fall, fans of DC Entertainment’s Justice League will be able to take their favorite superheroes home with them, courtesy of a new line of die-cast figures from Jada Toys.
Heat Vision can exclusively debut the new Jada Toys Metalfigs line based on Zack Snyder’s Justice League, which will come in two different sizes: Wonder Woman, Batman, Superman, Aquaman, Flash and Cyborg will be released as 2.5″ figures, with 4″ versions of Wonder Woman, Batman and Flash also available.
Intentionally or otherwise, there are a couple of interesting teases for the movie with the figure reveals: Not only is the presence of Superman somewhat noteworthy by itself — he has, after all, been absent from promotional material for the movie since last Comic-Con’s original teaser image, being technically dead after Batman v. Superman: Dawn of Justice — but that looks like a new costume for Batman, as well … although you might be forgiven for not immediately noticing, given the action pose of the figure that somehow looks both adorable and just a little threatening.
Both sizes of the Wonder Woman figure are currently available, with the remainder of the team joining her this fall at retail stores including Walmart, Target and TRU, and online outlets including Amazon. Suggested retail for the smaller figures is $4.99, with the four-inch figures retailing for a suggested $9.99.
Justice League will be released in theaters Nov. 7.
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