McFarlane Toys has had a great release with all of there newest DC Comics figures. With multiple Batman and Superman it was odd to see the Amazonia Princess missing in that first line up and now we are not just getting one but two. I'm surprised we aren't getting a normal figure release here but they do want to step their game up. Both of these figures are from Wonder Woman 1984 and are both are pretty amazing. We get both her normal cinematic outfit and her new golden armor as seen in the trailer. The golden armor one is the real prize here and it'll look spectacular with her wings spread. Both figures are packed with detail and come with accessories. The packaging for wave 2 is nothing different from the first wave and I kind of wish it was. Give me a white box with these figures and you would have something special. The Princess Diana figures are nice additions to this series of these McFarlane Toys figures.
The McFarlane Toys DC Comics Wave 2 figures are priced at $19.99. You can find these and more of the McFarlane Toys DC Comics Figure located here. I'm sure we will start to see more figures come out for this wave soon.
Spread your wings.
DC Comics Wave 2 Wonder Woman 1984 Gold Costume
The DC Comics Wave 2 Wonder Woman 1984 Gold Costume 7-Inch Action Figure based her look in the Wonder Woman 1984 movie. Wonder Woman accessories include detachable wings, flight stand, and base. Included collectible art card with Wonder Woman 1984 artwork on the front, and character biography on the back.
In her Golden Armor, Wonder Woman is the ultimate embodiment of power, grace, wisdom and wonder. Wonder Woman is an Amazon warrior whose strength defies challenge and whose courage shines.
DC Comics Wave 2 Wonder Woman 1984
The 1984 action figure is based on the movie and includes an unfurled lasso, wrapped lasso, and base. Also included is a collectible art card with Wonder Woman 1984 artwork on the front, and character biography on the back. From Amazon princess to the world's greatest warrior, Wonder Woman is at the height of her power but living a quiet life as Smithsonian curator Diana Prince. Her compassion for mankind is strong despite man's flaws. But now she must again draw on her incredible strength, courage and wisdom to battle her greatest foe, The Cheetah!