That SDCC Exclusive Cyborg Figure From Mattel: A Closer Look

That SDCC Exclusive Cyborg Figure From Mattel: A Closer Look

The other day, we took a look at the exclusives being offered at this years SDCC by Mattel. One of the offerings is considerably cooler than the others, and that would be the Cyborg figure from the upcoming Justice League film. Right off the bat, it looks amazing. And most of that is due to the packaging.

Activate alien tech power with this exclusive Cyborg figure from the new Justice League movie! Dr. Silas Stone saved his son Victor with a mysterious Mother Box and now you can connect and engage his super human mechanics. The 6-inch, highly detailed deluxe Cyborg figure comes suspended in Man's World styled Mother Box packaging. Press a button at the base and see the action figure's torso and left eye light up in red LED. Authentic lab tech sounds play as the lights flash, the Mother Box becomes active and Victor Stone becomes Cyborg! The figure features updated silver colored power suit, iconic White Noise Cannon arms and a translucent mask and chest to recreate authentic on screen action. Join Cyborg and the Justice League team as they battle evil forces to save mankind!

– Exclusive, authentic 6" scale Cyborg action figure from the new Justice League movie.
– 20 points of articulation for epic story play and posing.
– Iconic details include red and silver colored power suit with translucent Electro-eye mask and torso.
– Comes in Man's World styled Mother Box packaging.
– Button activates Mother Box's red LED lights and sounds.

For those who do not know what "Man's World Mother Box "is referring to, click here, but if you are staying spoiler-free for Justice League: do not click. But it looks so damn cool! The packaging itself has enough bells and whistles to justify its $25 price tag. There is even a video of it working:

So, this is one that will be staying inside the package. You can order it now for pick-up at the show, and should be available on the Mattel Shop after the show.

About Jeremy Konrad

Jeremy Konrad has written about collectibles and film for almost ten years. He has a deep and vast knowledge of both. He resides in Ohio with his family.

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