Funko's DC Primal Age Toyline Adds Figures and Target-Exclusive Comic

DC Primal Age 100 Page Giant

While most of the world is just about settled into the new year, the Primal Age is just getting started for Batman, Superman and the rest of DC Comics' biggest characters.

When it launched last year, this Funko toyline began offering fantasy-influenced, barbarian versions of DC Comics' most iconic heroes and villains. With giant animals other figures can ride, playsets and exceptionally muscular sculpts, this line of action figures looks right at home alongside retro toys like He-Man and the other Masters of the Universe.

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DC Primal Age Funko

At the London Toy Fair, Funko unveiled the next wave of Primal Age figures. As ComicBook.com noted, this wave includes Superman, the Flash, Bizarro, Lex Luthor, Black Manta and a large Krypto the Superdog Beast Ride.

The first wave of DC Primal Age figures included Batman, Aquaman, Wonder Woman, Green Lantern, King Shark, Scarecrow, Mr. Freeze and the Joker. It also included two massive "Beast Rides," Ace the Bat-Hound and the lizard-like Joker Beast, along with the Primal Batcave playset.

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While the next wave of Primal Age figures won't hit store shelves until March, DC has also released the DC Primal Age 100-Page Giant, which is exclusively available at Target stores.

With a main story by Marv Woflman and Scott Koblish, the completely new one-shot shows DC's heroes and villains take each other on with swords, sorcery and super-powers in a barbarian Primal Age. According to DC,  The comic also features short stories by Jerry Ordway, Louise Simonson, Phil Winslade, Brent Anderson, Chuck Patton, Karl Kesel Tom Derenick, Keith Pollard and Jose Marzan Jr, and is on sale now.

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