New DC Collectibles figures coming to Walmart stores

New DC Collectibles figures coming to Walmart stores

DC Comics’ partnership with Walmart stores has seen some great content released in a relatively short period of time. For around the cost of a normal comic, their 100 Page Giants give a brand new story from some of the industry’s hottest talent, plus several more “back issues” worth of related material. Not a bad deal by any stretch, and with holiday themed specials and even more character spotlights, that's a lot of comics for fans new and old alike.

DC have just announced that in addition to their Walmart 100 Page Giants, they will also be offering high-quality, affordable Batman Black & White statues through the DC Collectibles line. They’re fantastic looking figures based on the styles of legendary artists from all across Batman’s history (Dick Sprang! Carmine Infantino!), and at $5 a pop they’re affordable for any and all DC fans. Check out the details below.

Per DC: 

DC EXPANDS WALMART PROGRAM TO INCLUDE DC COLLECTIBLES

Fan-Favorite BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE Statue Line Now Available in New 4" Scale

First Wave Includes Figures Designed by Acclaimed Artists Amanda Conner, Darwyn Cooke, Jason Fabok, Patrick Gleason, Frank Quitely and Dick Sprang

DC Collectibles, the award-winning line of collectibles, is bringing its acclaimed BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE statue line to Walmart stores as 4" mini-figures. The new figures are direct transformations of the company’s acclaimed 9"-scale figures and feature designs from many world-renowned artists including Jim Lee, Bruce Timm, Amanda Conner, Darwyn Cooke and many more.

“BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE is DC Collectibles’ longest-running statue line and continues to be one of our best-sellers,” said Jim Fletcher, executive creative director at DC Collectibles. “The line allows us to work with a wide array of talented artists from different industries, and we’re really excited to revisit our favorite designs in this all-new 4" scale!”

Walmart’s exclusive DC Collectibles program also offers something unique for fans: the thrill of chance. Fans purchasing these BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE figures at Walmart will find each in an exclusive, individual blind bag next to DC’s Comic Giants. DC Collectibles will release new figures every other month in waves of six, giving fans a wide selection and increasing the surprise factor for finding their favorite Batman characters.

The first waves of DC Collectibles BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE 4" figures heading to Walmart stores include:

February 2019:

Batman by Amanda Connor

Batman by Darwyn Cooke

Batman by Jason Fabok

Batman by Patrick Gleason

Batman by Frank Quitely

Batman by Dick Sprang

April 2019:

Harley Quinn by Bruce Timm

Robin by Frank Quitely

Batman by Mike Allred

Batman by John Romita Jr.

Batman by Gary Frank

Batman by Eduardo Risso

June 2019

The Joker by Jim Lee

Batman by Dustin Nguyen

Batman by Mike Mignola

Batman by Sean “Cheeks” Galloway

Batman from Batman: Arkham Asylum

Batman by Jim Lee

August 2019

Penguin by Brian Bolland

Robin by Carmine Infantino

Batman by Carmine Infantino

Batman by Chris Uminga

Batman by Jae Lee

Batman by Brian Bolland

The Walmart exclusive BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE figures are priced at an MSRP of $5.00 each. The figures are available in more than 3,000 participating Walmart retailers in the United States. To find the location nearest you, use the Walmart store finder.

Fans wanting to purchase each wave at once can find all six BATMAN: BLACK AND WHITE mini-figures as a box set at participating comic book shops beginning in May. This direct market version will feature an additional, exclusive seventh figure in each set.

For more information about DC Collectibles, visit dccollectibles.com.

The figures will be available in waves starting this month. 

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