What do a crew of comic book characters, fantasy folks, characters cosplaying as each other, video game compatriots, simian statues and Johnny Depp have in common? They were all part of this week's collectible reveals. DC Collectibles revealed a few new figures based on the New 52 redesigns, Funko presented a fleet of Pop! Vinyls, NECA unveiled a "Planet of the Apes" diorama and Hot Toys presented their Ichabod Crane figures from Tim Burton's "Sleepy Hollow" film. And that's not all. Read on for the rest!
DC THE NEW 52 | DC Collectibles went a little batty with their latest batch of figure reveals. The mostly Gotham-centric quartet features a new rollerskating Harley Quinn toy based on Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Connor and Chad Hardin's current series, her beau The Joker and a Poison Ivy that fans voted for. The outlier of the bunch is a John Stewart Green Lantern complete with emerald eyes for extra planetary action. These toys ship next July.
SHE-HULK | Last month Kotobukiya showed off their She-Hulk Bishoujo piece. The company took to Facebook to show off a new paint application for the piece that looks to go for a deeper purple on the trim. The 1/7 scale statue will ship next May and can be pre-ordered now.
POP! VINYLS | If you're looking for a wide variety of licensed collectibles in one set scale and style then Funko's Pop Vinyls are right up your alley. Just recently they showed off new figures based on "Game of Thrones," "The Crow" and "Ghostbusters." The fourth line of "GOT" Pops will include Daenerys in her blue dress, John Snow in castle black, Samwell Tarly, Sansa Stark, Petyr Baelish and ship in December.
The Crow Pop based on the popular '90s film is currently available while a Cthulhu piece based on the works of H.P. Lovecraft is scheduled to hit in January. Finally, Domo and Ghostbusters will come together in a mash-up line that consists of Stay Domo, Domo Ghostbuster and Domo Slimer. They all debut in February.
MASS EFFECT | Tali'Zorah hung around as a squadmate throughout all three Mass Effect films and now you can add her to your statue collection thanks to Gaming Heads. The regular Tali statue is limited to 1000 pieces like its predecessors Garrus and Liara. Meanwhile, the limited-to-500-piece Gaming Heads exclusive comes with a swap-out Arc Pistol. Both stand 19 inches tall and ship next fall.
PLANET OF THE APES | One of the most important characters of the original Planet of the Apes franchise was none other than the Lawgiver. Immortalized in stone as seen in the first two Apes film, the Lawgiver actually appeared on screen in "Battle of the Planet of the Apes," but NECA decided to cast the monument in resin as a diorama. The 12-inch-tall piece towers over the classic figures appropriately and hits stores in February.
SLEEPY HOLLOW | Tim Burton and Johnny Depp have teamed up on plenty of projects, but Hot Toys decided to pay homage to the third one, "Sleepy Hollow" when it comes to their Movie Masterpiece line. After "Edward Scissorhands" and "Ed Wood" the two paired up to tackle the New York-based tale of the Headless Horseman that is also now the basis of a hit series for Fox. The company perfectly recreated Depp's mug for the toy and also included a variety of devices, weapons and appendages seen on the big screen.