I have a bias for super-articulated figures, so for the DC Comics brand, I tend to favor Mattel’s DC Universe Classics line over similar offerings from DC Direct / DC Collectibles. But one thing I do concede – DCD dives a lot deeper into the comics world for their character selection. Here’s eight crazy deals on DCD figures that you will probably never see offered in the DC Universe Classics line. The first four are Prime, which means free 2-day shipping if you’re a member, or if you spend over $25 if you are not:
If you’re still shopping online today, I know you’re tired of getting gifts for your family and friends and have finally decided to take care of number one (that’s you!)
Here’s twelve action figure deals for under $12 that I found on Amazon. Best of all, these are all Prime-eligible, so you could really treat yourself to free 2-day shipping so that your presents to yourself don’t arrive too far behind Santa’s deliveries.
Remember ten years ago? You could buy a great six-inch, super-articulated action figure for under $8, at any Walmart, Toys R Us, or Target. Today, you’re looking at $15 to $20 – so it’s nice when a you can get a deal on figures that reminds you of the good old days. These four are Amazon Prime eligible, so free 2-day shipping could be yours. Holiday bonus!
I’ve been a big fan of Green Lantern since Hal Jordan and Alan Scott took on Solomon Grundy in a Silver Age issue of Justice League of America. When the GL franchise got a boost from what Geoff Johns was doing with Blackest Night, I started building out my Green Lantern Corps, including the key members of the new “Rainbow” Corps. My primary DC collection is still Mattel’s DC Universe Classics, but at the time, many of the supporting characters had not yet been made. So, a bunch of my earlier Green Lantern collection was from DC Direct (now known as DC Collectibles) – including Saint Walker, Atrocitus, Black Hand, Nekron, Kilowog, and Guy Gardner.